PMMS students participating in the JA JobSpark program at the State Fairgrounds.
Students of the month at Perry Meridian Middle School have been announced. After being nominated for this honor by their teachers, the students enjoyed a lunch courtesy of Teddy’s Burger Joint.
Congratulations to Douglas MacArthur’s September Students of the Month!! These students were chosen for their excellence in showing citizenship at school. The students received a certificate with a personal message from their teacher, a pencil and a bracelet from the PTA, and a coupon to Donatos! Way to go, students!!
3rd Graders at JGE enjoyed researching what it takes to go to College during College Go Week! They loved thinking about their careers and planning for their future!
Students in Burkhart’s Young Hoosier Book Top Ten Club had the opportunity to eat lunch with assistant principal, Mrs. Jessica Youmans this week to celebrate their reading accomplishments. Fourth and fifth grade students who have read at least 10 Young Hoosier Books and passed comprehension tests on each book qualified for this special lunch.
The Southport High School football players visit the preschool every Friday afternoon during their season to share stories with our students.
Kindergarten Families at JGE were invited to a Kindergarten Data Night on Thursday, Sept. 22nd. Parents had the opportunity to learn about data folders that will be coming home with our kindergarten students soon. Classroom teachers modeled how we track first sound fluency, letter naming fluency, and reading comprehension skills. In addition, we were thrilled to offer translators for all families from different elementary schools in Perry Township. They ensured all our EL families received information. Lots of suggestions were given in addition to materials and make-it take-it items for home. It was a great opportunity for all of our K families to learn how we can work together to ensure their child is on the path to reading success!
Second grade students in room 12 at Rosa Parks have been busy researching, inventing a new animal, and constructing a habitat based on their research! Check out their hard work.
Students in Third through Fifth grade at Glenns Valley participated in a presentation on harmful behaviors by Officer Kelsay. Students learned about reporting hurtful behavior before bullying habits can take over. We appreciate our partnership with IMPD.
Jeremiah Gray is happy to announce we had over 350 parents, students, and staff come to JGE’s first S.T.E.M. Night presented by the Children’s Museum! The students were able to participate in several Science, Technology, Engineering , and Math activities that were fun and educational.