Latest News for Watson Elementary
Stark County Job and Family Services (SCJFS) is sponsoring a back to school clothing program. It is necessary that applicants come into the SCJFS agency by 4:00 PM on Thursday, July 2 and complete and return voucher applications to SCJFS at 221 3rd Street SE Canton, Ohio 44702. Click here for more information and a program application.
The Perry Girls Youth Soccer Camp will be held June 22 – 24 from 6:oo PM – 8:00 PM each evening at the Perry High School Football Stadium. The camp is for girls currently in grades first through eighth. Click here for a registration form and more information.
The Panther Girls Basketball Camp will be held in the main gym of Perry High School from June 8-10 for girls entering grades 3-12 in the fall. Campers will receive a t-shirt and basketball. Ball handling, passing, footwork and much more will be covered during this skills camp. Sign up today by clicking here.
June 15th, 16th and 17th will be the Perry Boys Basketball Camp for students entering grades 2-8 this fall. Use this form to register for the skills camp that will be led by the varsity coaching staff and members of the high school basketball team. This camp will teach drills and techniques that will help each player improve their basketball game. Each camper will receive a t-shirt. Register today!
The Perry 4th Grade Track Meet was held at the Perry Track Stadium on Wednesday, May 13, 2015. Lohr Elementary won the combined team score for the 4th year in a row. Lohr won the girls overall and Watson won the boys overall. This was the last track meet for Lohr P.E. teacher Brenda Horton and Whipple P.E. teacher Marla Thomas as they will be retiring at the end of the year. Special thanks as well goes to fellow P.E. teachers Mike Laubacher, Ethan Kagy, and Ben Shenk. It was also great to see retired teachers Dick Maier and Sue Nelson at the meet. Click to here to see the results and click here to see the video.
It all started back in March when each student participating in our Elementary Gifted Program chose a topic to research for something they’ve always wanted to know more about. Over the next couple of weeks, students brainstormed research questions and then researched online, read nonfiction books, took notes, and made/refined their outlines. Once they had all of their research compiled, they used that information to produce a set of projects that together would serve as their research display. (more…)