2016-2017 Back to School Information
Angie Gomez knows how to teach and work a drill putting desks together at Winchester Village.
“Mrs. Daeger’s 3rd grade class at Rosa Parks Elementary had a GREAT first day of school. Students organized materials, got to know each other, and had a lot of fun. It’s going to be a wonderful year in Room 19!”
The Southport High School Football team is hosting a blood drive Friday, August 5th from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
The Perry Meridian Football team hosted a blood drive in collaboration with the Indianapolis Colts and the Indiana Blood Center recently. The Falcons met their goal of 65 donations. Thanks to all parents, players, coaches, community members, and staff who donated!
Nearly 16,000 students returned to Perry Township Schools Wednesday. Buses rolled out at dawn to 18 schools across the district as students said goodbye to summer and hello to the hallways and classrooms of their school buildings. Here are some of the images captured as students returned to school for Opening Day 2016. To see more pictures log onto the Perry Township Schools Facebook page.
Perry Township Schools is proud to have so many of its graduates from Perry Meridian and Southport High Schools working in the school district. During opening day ceremonies for teachers and staff, on Monday, we took an annual photograph depicting those who work in the school district who also went to school here. We are proud of the fact that so many of our wonderful graduates return to help educate the next generation. We would like to thank the Perry Township Alumni who come back to give back.
Perry Township Schools is currently taking applications for those interested in working in our Food Services division. For more information call 789-4149.
Abraham Lincoln Elementary staff greeted many of the over 900 families of students enrolled on Monday for the PTA Ice Cream Social. School supplies were dropped off, teachers were met, and Skyward was accessed. It was a great celebration for another Presidential beginning!