Ms. Haley Begle turned her classroom into a construction site last week to teach area and perimeter. Thank you, Ms. Begle, for coming up with creative and fun ways to help your students learn!
What is also unique to Perry Central’s #EarlyCollege program is our internship program. Over 75% of our senior students participated. We are very thankful for our community partners that help make this program a success! @CELLuindy
Thank you to our parents, students and community partners, we surpassed our phone book goal. We collected 1,043 phone books! All proceeds will go toward purchasing school supplies. This would not be possible without the amazing support of our Commodore Community! 💚
#EarlyCollege at Perry Central wouldn’t be possible without our amazing teachers and assistants. Thanks for everything you do to make our program great! #EarlyCollegeWeek @CELLuindy
We want to Congratulate Brittney Carter, for winning the Crisis Connection contest for Perry County Outstanding Social Worker of the month. Mrs. Carter was nominated for her hard work, dedication, and genuine love for our school family. Thank you again, Brittney, for all your hard work!
Perry Central will be conducting athletic physicals for the 2021/2022 school year this Wednesday, April 27, 2022. Any student planning to participate in athletics during the 2022/2023 school year at Perry Central must have a physical on file that is dated after April 1, 2022. Perry Central will provide an opportunity for every student athlete to complete a physical for a minimal cost of $5.00. (Students currently in Grades 4 and 5 planning to participate in football, cross country, volleyball, basketball or track will need a physical; and students currently in Grades 6-11 planning to participate in any sport including cheerleading will need a physical). Students can pick up physical forms in both the elementary and high school offices. Please make sure the physical papers are NOT folded, rolled, stained or torn. We expect them to be able to lay flat on a desk when the physical is complete. Times for grades are below. Students in grades 4-6 (this year) – 5:30 p.m. Students in grades 7-8 (this year) – 6:00 p.m. Students in grades 9-11 (this year) – 6:30 p.m.
This year, 30 Perry Central students will graduate with the Indiana College Core, saving them time and money on college. Obtaining an ICC Certificate means earning at least 30 dual credits and saving, on average, $275 per credit hour (a combined savings of $247,464 in tuition costs for these 30 students). #EarlyCollegeWeek @CELLuindy
The PC Art Department is presenting their annual Paper Mache show through Tuesday, April 26th. This year the students chose "HOLIDAYS" as their theme. They are giving tours to all elementary classes and showing off both 2D and 3D artworks.
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#EarlyCollegeWeek is here! Perry Central Jr-Sr High School is proud to be a @CELLuindy endorsed #Early College, setting students up for success in college and beyond. Join us all week as we celebrate Early College at our school!
Happy Earth Day, Commodore! 🌎 “The environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share.” - Lady Bird Johnson
Mrs. Knieriem’s Kindergarten class had some fun this week starting their ABC Countdown to school being out. For “B” Bubble Day, they got to think like scientists and experiment making their own bubbles and bubble wands.
Perry Central Football team will be selling Grilled Pork Chop Dinners this Sunday, April 24th at Leopold Park. Serving will begin at 11:00 a.m. and dinners cost $10.00. We hope you can make it out to purchase a dinner and help support PC Football!
Congratulations to our 7th grade student, Kaylee Lechner! Mrs. Brockman encouraged her to enter a writing contest. She wrote a poem and it was not only published but she also received a merit award.
Check out the different workshops available at Lights On. We now have photography, karate, No Place for Hate, Legos, cooking classes, games and other fun activities! Lights On is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until 6:00 p.m. with evening bus routes at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Lights On is open until 5:00 p.m. with no evening bus routes. To sign up or for more information contact the Elementary office at 812-843-5122.
Congratulations to Jolene LaGrange and Blake Tucker who earned their way to compete in the State Skills USA competition for Construction. They each participated at the state level and earned a scholarship from Vincennes University. Way to go Jolene and Blake along with their sponsor, Josh Craney!
Perry Central School is collecting old PSC phone books. Please help us reach our goal of collecting over 1000 phone books. Phone books can be sent with students or dropped off at any office. Last day for phone book donations is Monday, April 25, 2022.
Carson E. Lasher Foundation is having a Toy Drive March 28-April 1. All items collected will be donated to Riley’s Children’s Hospital. Donations will be made on behalf of The Carson E. Lasher Foundation and Perry Central Schools. If you would like to make a cash donation, checks can be made to Carson E. Lasher Foundation. The winning class will receive a pizza party! Please only donate the following items: Electronic light up/ musical toys, Fisher Price plastic crib toys, Rattles, Board Books, Ispy Books/ Look & Find books, Toy cars/ trucks, Plastic Fisher Price Toys, Doctor Kits, Lego Kits, Barbie Dolls, Baby Dolls, Action Figures, Coloring, Books, Journals, Sketchbooks, Nail Polish (No Glitter), Board Games, Earbuds/ Headphones, Nintendo Wii (Rated E for Everyone), Grab N Go play packs, $5-25 Denomination Gift Cards (Target, Walmart, Etc.), Lipsmackers/Chapstick. Please avoid these items: Latex, Glitter, Wrapped Items, Used Items, Handmade Items, Cards, letters, etc., Items not in original packaging, Food/Candy, Care Packages, Filled Stockings, Gift Baskets, Political/ Religious Messages.
Shout out to 5th and 6th graders, Coleton Austin, Loren Cole, and Bella Harpenau! They volunteered to read books for No Place for Hate, to promote kindness, sharing, and equality. They were very nervous but did amazing! Thank you teachers for allowing them this opportunity!
Happy "Twosday", Commodores! Our 2nd grade team had a lot of fun with this today, since they were teaching Grade 2 on 2.22.22. The kids also thought "Twosday" is 2 cool since they are in grade 2 on Tuesday 2.22.22! 💚