Central Nine Career Center provides career and technical education to prepare students for employment in a chosen career and/or education opportunities at a post-education secondary institution.
The Perry Township Schools English Language Learners program is a K-12 initiative designed to help educate immigrants, refugees, and other students with limited English proficiency. ELL provides specially trained teachers and carefully crafted curriculum to teach English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills to students whose first language is not English.
Perry Township Schools offer a high ability program from grades K-12. At the elementary level, the program follows a cluster group model. The students receive enrichment in a multilevel classroom in which teachers use differentiated instruction. At the secondary level specialized course offerings are available in English/language arts, social studies, and math. Students are also encouraged to enroll in AP courses.
Project Lead The Way is all about teaching and learning. The hands-on, project and problem-based PLTW approach adds rigor to traditional technical programs and relevance to traditional academics. PLTW’s curriculum makes math and science relevant for students. By engaging in hands-on, real-world projects, students understand how the skills they are learning in the classroom can be applied in everyday life. This approach is called activities-based learning, project-based learning, and problem-based learning or APPB-learning.
The Perry Township Schools Special Education Program supports all students with disabilities. Students receive a continuum of services from inclusion to special class placement.
The Perry Township Schools Speech and Language Department provides services to students identified with communication disorders that adversely affect their education.
Title I is a federally funded program that provides supplemental educational services to ensure all children have fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education.