The Perry Township School Board of Education voted to transition to a three-tiered bus schedule at the start of the 2017-18 school year.
Congrats to the Falcon Speech Team from Perry Meridian Middle School. Of the 24 participants, 23 earned ribbons at the Riverside Junior High School Invitational. The group also placed a season high 3rd place among 17 teams!
Abraham Lincoln cafeteria staff gave Mrs. Wampler’s CIP classroom gift bags to say “thanks” for collecting breakfast items daily and delivering them to the cafeteria at the end of the breakfast period. Staff also made posters to promote classroom breakfast.
Southport High School junior Andrew Tapp spoke in front of the Indiana House Education Committee in support of HB 1130, a bill that would broaden press freedom for student journalists. Andrew is the news editor of Southport’s student newspaper, The Journal.
Did you know both Perry Meridian High and Southport High offer FREE after-school meals to students? Meals are available to all students who have access to their own transportation and remain at school after classes dismiss – even those who aren’t participating in extracurricular activities or athletics. The only requirement is that students must eat the meal on their school’s property. Click Here for After-School Meal Schedule
Happy Valentine’s Day from Perry Township! Our festive friends in the Early Childhood Academy greeted Acting Superintendent Pat Mapes with holiday greetings. What an awesome way to start the day!
Third grade students at Douglas MacArthur Elementary School created their own games while studying the novel “Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library.”
P.E. goes low-key for second graders at Glenns Valley. They took a break to learn all about muscle groups from physical education teacher Ms. Stumpf.
Nearly 500 students and parents attended Perry Meridian Middle School’s College Night and visited representatives from Indiana universities, colleges, vocational schools, and the military.
Congrats to Vanlian Nier! The fifth grader is William Henry Burkhart’s 2017 Spelling Bee Champion. After correctly spelling “parentheses,” he will advance to the Marion County South District Spelling Bee in mid-February.