Perry Township Schools is currently looking for school bus drivers. If you’re interested please call 317.789.6225 for more information.
PMMS is very proud of four eighth graders who participated at Doe Creek Middle School in New Palastine for ISSMA. Victoria Dearth received a silver medal on her Group 1 solo, and Maria Miller, Savannah Grayson and Chloe Rodgers all received gold medals on their Group 1 solos. This qualifies the three to the ISSMA All-State competition to be held at Perry Meridian high school on Saturday, February 20. Times will be announced soon. Keep in mind that All-State is only for gold medalists on Group 1 solos, songs usually done by upperclassmen in high school. Take some time in the coming days to congratulate these four young ladies as well as Choir Director, Kyp Harasymowycz. Thanks to all parents for supporting our music department!!!
The Abraham Lincoln Elementary Service club collected 918 pairs of shoes during the month of January. The used shoes were donated to Waterstep, an organization that turns used shoes into clean water for underdeveloped countries, and countries hit with of disaster. We want to thank the staff at Perry Township Education Center, the Perry Transportation department and Mrs. Ponchot’s class at Rosa Park’s Elementary for joining our plight. Working as a team Perry Township students and staff are making a real difference in the world. Because of this many families will have access to clean water, learn job skills and be able to purchase their first pair of shoes. We greatly appreciate the support Perry Township poured into the ALE service club efforts. We are […]
Please join us at Perry Meridian Middle School for College Night on Wednesday, February 10, 2016, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Doors open at 5:30 p.m. to eat and visit tables. Students & Parents welcome. Colleges attending: Ball State, Butler, C-9 Career Center, Franklin College, Indiana University, Indiana State, IUPUI, Ivy Tech, Purdue & University of Indianapolis. A representative from Army National Guard will, also, be in attendance. There will be a question and answer forum that includes all of the colleges as well as time to visit each representative at their assigned table for any specific questions. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Pizza and drinks will be served at this time. College presentations will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. Door Prizes given away! […]
“Newcomer students in the International Ambassadors Club at Perry Meridian High School made booklets for the nurse’s office to help EL students communicate with the nurses. The booklets include pictures alongside translations from English to Burmese, Hakha, Kachin, and Falam!” The students were assisted by Miss Kelly Harmon
Congratulations to the following swimmers who have advanced to the IHSAA Sectional Finals. (L to R): Front Row; Madi Likens (12), Rainey Michael (11), Natalie Monroe (10) Back Row; Kyra Skeens (9), Molly Brodzeller (9), Sarah Jones (10), Shelby Brookbank (11), and Julia Barnett (11). Sectional Finals will take place at Franklin Community High School,Saturday, March 6 at 1:00 p.m.
Fourth grade “officials” (teachers) had a fun learning day planned as Rosa Parks elementary 4th graders participated in the 2016 Super Bowl of Reading.
After many years of preparation and hard work, Mr. Richardson’s advisory hit the jackpot with the elusive Double Bingo! Each student was rewarded with their pick from the book trough. February is “READING MADNESS MONTH” at Perry Meridian Middle School, and Bingo for Books is just one part of the fun.
This week has been ‘National School Counseling Week’ and the school counselors at Southport High School want to share the exciting news! On top of our school counseling department celebrating the positive impact school counselors have not only on students, but the entire staff and community, we wanted to publicly thank Southport’s Mayor McClure for signing a proclamation showing his support & recognition for the important and dynamic role school counselors play in education.