Latest News for PHS

Perry Local Schools Statement – January 12, 2018

The Perry Local School District is beyond heartbroken to report that another student has taken their own life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the student’s family during this difficult time.

Our students and adults in the community are facing many difficult situations, including depression, alcohol/drug use, family and peer relationship issues, financial struggles and many more. We have many resources and support available that can be found on our website under ‘Preventative and Support Initiatives.’  (more…)

Community Awareness Program Opportunity

Attention parents and adults in the Perry community: a special program titled “Hidden in Plain Sight” will be offered on January 30, 2018, at 6 p.m. to raise awareness about drug and alcohol abuse in teenage students. The program, which will be held at Pfeiffer Intermediate School, will give audience members 30 minutes to “snoop and search” a unique display of an interactive teenager’s bedroom with over 150 items that may be indicative of dangerous behaviors.  (more…)

Over The Holidays – Remember, You are Not Alone

As we enter into the holiday season, the district would like to remind you that you are not alone. There are a number of resources that are available while the district is closed for winter break. Please know that help is available and all conversations will be kept confidential. If you feel that you or someone you know needs help and would like to talk, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

You Are Not Alone – Resources

We hope you have a wonderful holiday season with your family and friends.

Accuplacer Testing Rescheduled for Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Due to the snow day, the Accuplacer Testing scheduled for after school today, (December 14th)  has been canceled.  The Accuplacer test will be administered after school next week on Tuesday, December 19th.  Students are to report to the cafeteria with their laptops completely charged.

College Credit Plus Program Information

Students who are not currently in a CCP course or who have not previously completed a CCP course must now have a college readiness score to participate in the College Credit Plus program.  Once the student has a college readiness score, the student may apply to a college or university CCP program.  The student must meet all the college/university requirements for admission and any prerequisite requirements for college courses the student may wish to enroll.  (more…)