Sharon Budd, pictured in the center of the front row, is a very special person in so many people’s lives. She has the ability to befriend anyone and always does. Her smile, contageous laughter, and hilarious stories and jokes are enough to bring sunshine to anyone’s day.
Sharon, her husband Randy, and her daughter Kaylee were driving to New York City on Thursday, July 10th when an unimaginable act of violence and stupidity was committed. Sharon was hit by a boulder thrown from an overpass while Kaylee was at the wheel. The boulder struck her in the face, causing severe damage. It is a miracle that Kaylee was able to get the car stopped safely. Kaylee has been so strong…as have Randy, Luke, James, and Joey. It’s the kind of strength they learned from Sharon when she fought and BEAT breast cancer 15 years ago. They are supporting Sharon now as she fights for her life at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania. Sharon remains in critical condition after having emergency brain surgery to allow her brain to swell.
Now, let’s come together in love and support for the incredible Sharon Budd and her family. Sharon is and has always been a fighter. She has a long road to recovery ahead of her and if we can make that road just a bit more manageable for her and her family, let’s do it! Click here to show your support to Sharon and her family.
Market Day orders can still be made online at www.marketday.com up until 11:00 PM tonight, Wednesday, May 7th. Payment can be made with credit card or you can pay at pick up. Market Day is a great way to stock up for summer. Orders can be picked up on Monday, May 12th between 5:30 – 6:30 PM at Watson.
This morning, Tuesday, May 6th, Watson Elementary was put in external lock down. External lock downs are used when incidents occur outside the building. These are used as a precaution and during these times we do not allow anyone to enter or leave the building. Please note that there was not an incident at the school itself, again the external lock down was initiated as a result of an incident taking place several blocks away.
A short time ago the external lock down was lifted and we are now operating as usual.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call the school. Thank you and have a great day!
Perry Local Schools is offering a second session of summer math camp for current Perry 4th grade students June 23rd through July 3rd. The Spark Camp will give students entering 5th grade at Pfeiffer enriching lessons taught by a fifth grade math teacher. Lessons will spark growth and longevity in their math skills over the summer. These lessons cover the high-frequency standards they will learn in fifth grade at Pfeiffer. Create a successful and fun start to your student’s fifth grade year!
The camp will be held at Pfeiffer Intermediate School from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM June 23rd – July 3rd Monday through Thursday. Camp will not be in session on Friday, June 27th. Additional camp dates may be added in July depending on the number of registered students. Click here for a Spark Camp registration form (2nd session) and more information. Contact Kelsey Carlile (Kelsey.Carlile@perrylocal.org) with questions regarding the Spark Camp.
Congratulations to Faith Ferguson for being picked as Student of the Month for April! Faith had her named selected after earning numerous tickets for being” Ready to Learn” while at school. Faith is currently a 3rd grader in Mrs. Wells’s room.
Faith’s favorite subject at school is Science and she hopes to one day become a nurse. Faith likes playing tag with her friends and family. Her favorite food is shrimp and she enjoys collecting elephants. Congratulations Faith!
Get helpful suggestions about preschool and literacy for your child at Stark County District Library Perry Sippo Branch on Thursday, May 15, from 6 – 7:30 pm. Join local principals, kindergarten teachers, and preschool teachers for this informative program. Click here to begin online registration, or call 330.477.8482.
Bring your kids and neighbors to Safety Day at Edison Middle School, Saturday May 3rd from 9 AM – 12 PM. Interact with the Perry Police, Perry Fire Department, the Sheriff’s office, YMCA, Stark Parks, climb in the Akron Care Bear Helicopter and much more! There will be face-painting, popcorn and activities for the kids. This event is totally FREE!