Latest News for PHS

Perry Local Schools Closed, Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Perry Local Schools will be closed, Wednesday, January 16, 2019, due to inclement weather.  Parents/Guardians and students involved in PHS extracurricular activities should check district websites and media outlets for the status of extracurricular events on days when schools are closed.  All extracurricular activities (practices, games, and after-school activities) for Perry’s elementary buildings, Pfeiffer Intermediate School, and Edison Middle School are canceled for the day when Perry Local Schools are closed. Y­Care is closed when Perry Local Schools close for the day. Childcare through the YMCA is offered at the Massillon YMCA, Meyers Lake YMCA, and the Navarre Towpath YMCA when schools are closed.

Kindergarten Registration Information

4e3720e01df68a91765c3ca9d867a522Register your child during Perry Local School District’s 2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration.  To complete the online registration forms and schedule an appointment, click ‘New Student Enrollment’ under ‘Quick Links’ on the right- hand of this website. The legal residential parent must attend the appointment and provide all necessary items that are listed at the end of the online registration.  Click here for all the information.

College Credit Plus Night

College-Night-LogoCollege Credit Plus (CCP) Informational night for PHS students will be held on Thursday, January 24th at 6:00PM in AV 200.  There will also be colleges present to answer questions and give information.

 

Winter Break Resources

PERRY013 Winter Resources FlyerDuring Winter break, just as our students get a break from their academic life, so does our Perry staff. With school closed for a few days, all Perry Local School Counselors will be out of the office until school resumes.  However, if you or someone you know are in need of mental health assistance during this time, there are resources available to you.  Click here for more information.

Health and Well-Being Update

Perry Pride 200As we approach the new year, Perry Local Schools will maintain its focus on working together with parents to create the healthiest learning environment possible for our students, while encouraging them to make smart choices when it comes to their health and well-being. As you may be aware, vaping has become a prevalent issue among today’s youth, at both the middle and high school levels. As a district, we are seeing an increase in students bringing vaping devices, also known as e-cigarettes, to school and using them on school property. In an effort to help deter students from vaping, the Board of Education is in the process of updating the policy on the Use of Tobacco (policy 5512) to address the collection of vaping devices. To view details, click here.