We are pleased to announce that Perkins Local School District was chosen as a site for an Roundtable discussing “Preparing Ohioans for Success.” State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria; Chancellor of Higher Education John Carey; and Ryan Burgess, Director of the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation will provide opening remarks. Presentations by additional local education, higher education, business and workforce development professionals will follow, as well as a discussion of state, regional and local priorities to prepare Ohioans for success in a 21st Century workplace. Local stakeholders including parents, teachers, business and government officials, education representatives, and faith ambassadors will be present to hear details and gain knowledge of how we must prepare our youth. We are excited to host this important dialogue and welcome the opportunity to help shape the future of education for our students.
In preparation for anticipated changes, we have updated our Perkins Promise to better serve our students and community. Please take time to review the revised plan below.
While we are continually searching for ways to improve the educational experience, we see results daily when our students excel in academic projects and competitions. Recently, Briar student Ian Hemphill placed 119 out of 205 Top Ohio Math students in the state Math competition in Columbus – the first student from Perkins Schools to go to State. Congratulations to Ian! We are proud of his accomplishments and support him and all students as we challenge them to reach new heights.
March 22- -- Aquatones present “The Little Mermaid” – natatorium
-- Music Department presents “Jekyll & Hyde The Musical” – plus a matinee on – auditorium
-- Perkins United/Perkins Township Spring Festival with Easter Egg Hunt (preK-4) and Field Day (grades 5-8) -- -- More details soon!
-- Spring Break