Special education students from Perry Meridian Middle School collected cash donations and created a budget for children in need. They purchased and wrapped gifts and created cards for each child. Afterward, they headed to McDonald’s where they worked on their community skills of ordering, counting money, and social etiquette.
The Mary Minstrels of Mary Bryan, led by Mr. Stebbe, performed at the Greenwood Park Mall with a delightful selection of holiday, patriotic, and school spirit songs.
The Glenns Valley holiday performance by fourth and fifth graders had something for everyone: the Van Trapp Choir, traditional German dancing, a Rudolph remix, a drumline, and the funny antics of “Jimmy Fallon.”
The Perry Meridian High School dance class enjoyed The Nutcracker at Butler’s Clowes Memorial Hall. What a special holiday treat!
It was truly “A Night to Remember” as the Perry Township community came together to honor Rubie Alexander, who is retiring after 16 years of service on our Board of Education. Thanks for your dedication, Rubie!
Thanks to State Archivist Jim Corridan for visiting Clinton Young Elementary and giving a special Bicentennial history lesson.
Perry Meridian High’s string ensemble shared their holiday music at Burkhart’s Holiday Candlelight Luncheon. Many of the musicians are former Burkhart students!
Southport High’s CyberCards Robotics Team showed off the robotic sleigh and reindeer that members created at the Indiana State Museum’s “Breakfast with Santa” event. They also helped visitors create a robot ornament souvenir.
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!