The District Autism Team invites you to celebrate Autism Awareness Month with us by wearing blue on Wednesday, April 22nd. We have designed a shirt that draws attention and is sure to ignite conversation and therefore awareness! The t-shirts are royal blue with white print just like the image you see. Shirts are $10 and come in sizes YS-AXXXL. Proceeds will support Team initiatives which target the educational needs and general well-being of students with disabilities. (more…)
Latest News for Whipple Elementary
Last week some information went home to families announcing our 2nd Annual Whipple Heights Coin Drive. The dates for this event were accidently omitted and so we wanted to clarify this event. This year we will be holding our coin drive for a period of two weeks beginning today March 23rd. This week and the week following Spring Break students will have the opportunity to contribute to their grade levels container. Periodically throughout the event the monies collected in our grade level jars will be counted and out to students/families. The grade level with the most change at the end of our drive will receive a special treat. (more…)
As was reported by the Canton Repository early today a Whipple Heights student was “struck by a vehicle shortly before 9am” prior to the school bus arriving to its scheduled stop. The student is currently being treated and all indications are that injuries were minor.
Please take this opportunity to talk with your child about bus stop safety and stress the importance of staying within the designated area while waiting for the buses arrival. If possible, we ask that parents wait with their child at the bus stop until students are picked up and are ready to greet them at the end of each day.
If you have any questions and/or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact the school.
Edison Middle School is sponsoring a blood drive.If you would kindly help by donating not only will you help save lives, but our school will also receive a fundraising grant. The Blood Drive will be open at Edison from 9:30am-1:30pm on March 18th. Please be sure to bring a photo ID. Thank you for your help!
Meet Jada, a 10 year old mixed breed dog saved from the shelter as a puppy by Cindy Zutavern. Jada is now a trained reading therapy dog who has been creating miracles with kindergarteners in Mrs. Logan’s class at Whipple. Jada was entered in a contest about how reading therapy dogs are helping in classrooms and we have been selected as a national finalist! (more…)
Join us on Friday, March 27th for a district wide hat day! All of Perry Local Schools will be participating in Perry’s Hat Day for just $1.00. Students and staff can wear a baseball hat, a beret, a cowboy hat, or any kind of crazy hat! All the money raised will go to the Perry Athletic Hall of Fame. The school that raises the most money will get to choose what non-profit organization the money will go to the following year, along with bragging rights!
Whipple second grade decided to take advantage of the freezing temperatures by creating colored ice marbles to teach their science unit on motion. The students were asked to determine various ways to set the “marbles” in motion and record their hypotheses. Each student was then asked to experiment and try out their recorded option of force. Some of the hypotheses included (more…)
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