The Perry Township Schools is committed to an attendance policy that promotes an appreciation among students for the benefits associated with attending school regularly and punctually. Attendance is a skill that empowers students to develop academically, socially, and behaviorally. It is our belief that supporting students in developing this skill will promote lifelong habits necessary for successful employment and productivity in a society. The attendance program at every school should include rewards for positive attendance as well as interventions and consequences for excessive absence from school.
Student safety is Perry Township Schools top priority, and we take reports of bullying and cyberbullying very seriously. Our administrators respond to reports of bullying and cyberbullying in accordance to the Indiana Department of Education’s guidelines. Reports of bullying should be made consistent with Perry Township Schools Bullying Policy found below.
Additionally, Perry Township Schools does not tolerate discrimination or harassment in its educational or work environments. Consistent with the policy below, any member of the school community is encouraged to report incidents of discrimination or harassment.
Any person or group having a legitimate interest in the operations of this Corporation shall have the right to present a request, suggestion, complaint, or concern relating to Corporation personnel, the program, or the operations of the Corporation. At the same time, the School Board has a duty to protect its staff from unnecessary harassment. It is the intent of this policy to provide the means for judging each public complaint and concern in a fair and impartial manner and to seek a remedy where appropriate.
A student services newsletter created by our secondary school social workers.