On the eve of playing in their first ever state finals for football, the Perry community is ramping up the excitement with a community-wide pep rally to be held Thursday, December 3rd at 6 PM. The rally will take place in the main gym at Perry High School. Join us as we wish good luck to our football team as they travel down to Columbus to play in the D2 State Championship game against Cincinnati LaSalle Friday night. Doors will open at 5 PM and the pep rally will start at 6 PM. The football stadium will be open with the lights on beforehand to take pictures or toss a football around. Once inside, there will be face painting, the band and cheerleaders will be present, game tickets and shirts will be available for purchase, and 2,000 free rally towels will be given away. WHBC radio personality Kenny Roda will be the pep rally host. Players and coaches will be available for pictures and autographs after the pep rally.
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Wendy’s in Perry Township (5017 West Tuscarawas Street) is sponsoring a community fundraiser event from 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM on Wednesday, December 9th, with proceeds going to the Sharon Budd family. The event is a Star Wars themed event with a bake sale, gift basket raffle and free pictures with Star Wars characters. Come in and grab a great meal for a great cause. Click here for more information and an event flyer.
This coming Friday, the Perry Panthers will travel to Columbus to compete for a Division II State Football Championship. This exciting time does present some challenges as we look to accommodate the interest in supporting our young men and the Perry community. Ultimately it was decided that Perry Local Schools will close on Friday, December 4th. Also, there will be a community-wide pep rally on Thursday, December 3rd at 6:00 PM in the Perry High School gymnasium.
Ticket information will be posted Sunday (11/29) afternoon.
Holiday greetings to you all! Our 6th annual Polar Express-themed concert–titled “Believe”–is quickly approaching. On Monday, December 14 and Tuesday, December 15 at 7:00 p.m., join us for an evening of seasonal music. The program will feature our six choirs, a live pit orchestra, PHS Rockettes, elves, cookies, hot chocolate dancers, The Polar Express read by Louie Mattachione, and even a special guest or two. Children are our guests on this trip to the North Pole, and they’re welcome to come dressed in their pajamas; after the concert, we invite all our guests to join us in the “dining car” for treats and a special gift for the kids. It’s a fun evening that’s becoming a Perry tradition–so don’t miss out!
With the approaching winter weather season Perry Local Schools recommends that parents/guardians and students familiarize themselves with information related to district closings and delays. Click here to to view Perry Local Schools’ inclement weather notification procedures.