The PHS residential construction class has completed stage one of the pergola build, which includes the concrete base and seating. This project has been completely funded by students through fundraisers held last spring 2021 during MAD Week (Making a Difference). Stage two of the project will begin next school year and will consist of putting up the wood structure overhead. Click the headline above to see what the pergola will look like; rendering drawn by the CAD class.
Wishing a happy retirement to Ranay Roth and Bev Dunn! Ranay has served as a teacher, principal, athletic director, and child nutrition director for Perry Public Schools - a total of 39 years. Bev is retiring after providing transportation needs for the school district for the past 33 years. Thank you for your service to Perry Public Schools!
The Class of 2022 will graduate on Saturday, May 14th at 10 a.m. in the Maroon Athletic Center. The doors will open to ticketholders at 9 a.m. and will open to the public at 9:30 a.m. Graduation will be streamed live on perrymaroons.tv
Perry Public Schools has named Mike Carmin as the principal for Perry Junior High School. Carmin joined Perry Public Schools in 2019 as the high school social studies teacher and coach. He has nearly 30 years of experience in education and athletics. He is also serving as the district athletic director. Click the headline to read more.
Our PHS Yearbook staff has worked SO hard on creating the 2021-2022 yearbook! They are almost ready to be picked up. We’re patiently awaiting the spring supplement insertion to arrive, which includes all the spring sports and activities. An update will be communicated next week to announce a yearbook distribution day. If you did not pre-order a yearbook and would like to purchase one, they are $50 each. Contact PHS Yearbook Advisor, Erica Matthiesen at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Tuesday, May 10 is the Perry Elementary School’s annual Penny Arcade, Science Fair, and Arts & Authors Night. Families are welcome to this come-and-go event from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the lower and upper elementary school sites. Bring your pennies to hear about history figures from students in costume, view science projects, and explore classroom art and writing assignments.