The young – and young at heart – decked the halls at the Perry Township Education Center. Happy Holidays!
The busy holiday performance season is underway for William Henry Burkhart’s “All That Jazz” choir!
Glenns Valley students accepted the Bicentennial Classroom Challenge presented by Superintendent Glenda Ritz and the Department of Education to read 200 books by Dec. 31 to celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial. They completed the challenge by Nov. 30. They kept track by writing each book’s title on a candle and putting it on a birthday cake for Indiana.
Thanks to Wal-Mart for welcoming Homecroft’s Project Perfect Gentlemen and GIRLS Club who shopped for families in need this holiday season.
Members of the Perry Meridian girls basketball team volunteered during their study hall to collect money for Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses. They were joined a little later by the boys team. Way to go, Falcons!
The Glenns Valley choir sang in the Mistletoe Music Festival at the Indianapolis Artsgarden.
Congrats to James Allen, fifth grader at Clinton Young Elementary. He’s the winner of our annual holiday card contest. His colorful creation will be the district’s official holiday card.
Fourth graders at Winchester Village commemorate Indiana’s birthday during a special Bicentennial Celebration. Thanks to the Perry Township Education Foundation for supporting this program.
Meet our engineers in the making at Rosa Parks Elementary. Mrs. Schroeder’s kindergarten class created strong tables using cardboard tubes, boxes and tape. They tested their creations using cans of food.
Members of Perry Meridian High’s AAC (African American Club) spent part of their Thanksgiving Day volunteering at the Mozel Sanders Charity Dinner at Butler University.