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Jan 112017

Perry Township Schools is proud to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Thanks to our students, staff and community organizations, including Barnes & Noble and Friedens United Church of Christ, who are examples of Dr. King’s dream.


Jan 102017

An exciting transition is underway for our Board of Education. Monday night our two newest members, Emily Hartman and Steve Johnson, took the oath of office. Ken Mertz and Charles Mercer, Jr. were also sworn-in after being reelected. The Board also elected its new leadership: Mr. Mertz, President; Ed Denning, Vice President; and Jon Morris as Secretary.


Jan 062017

It was a December to remember for the Perry Meridian wrestling team! The Falcons have a lot to celebrate. 1- They are winners of the Lake Central Invitational. 2 – They were victorious in the County Championship with one of the largest point totals in recent team history. 3- They placed as the Team State Runner-up in the IHSWCA Team State Tournament.


Dec 282016

The new year brings transition. This year, three of our beloved colleagues are stepping down to begin new chapters in their lives. Rubie Alexander and Gwen Freeman served 16 and 8 years, respectively, on our Board of Education. Joanne Overton enthusiastically greeted the public as receptionist at Perry Meridian Middle School for 10 years and the Perry Township Education Center for 11 years.


Dec 282016

Many Perry schools are pleased to participate in Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana’s sixth annual Township Youth Donation Drive.

Donations will be accepted at Goodwill stores January 1-31.

At the time you donate, please remember to tell the Goodwill employee which school you’re supporting so the school can get credit.

Click here for more information.


Dec 202016

The Indianapolis City-County Council recognized former Perry School Board member and Rubie Alexander. She was honored for her hard work and dedication in the Brightwood, Forest Manor, and Martindale neighborhoods. Rubie has served 42 years in Perry Township Schools and IPS.