Congratulations Perry Meridian High School Class of 2016 Principal Rolland Abraham presided over his first 4 year graduating class Friday night. Graduates and their families packed the Perry Meridian High School Gym to see over 500 seniors get their diplomas. Congratulations to all graduates and their families and best wishes with your futures..
Retiring Southport Principal Barbara Brouwer oversaw her tenth and final commencement ceremony Friday night. Graduates and their families packed the SHS Fieldhouse to see over 500 seniors get their diplomas. Congratulations to all graduates and their families for achieving this great milestone. *To see more pictures of graduation log onto the Perry Township Schools Facebook page Saturday.
The staff at Rosa Parks Elementary got a surprise visit, during their staff meeting, Friday morning from Dr. Little and Assistant Superintendent Vickie Carpenter. They were there to help Principal David Henriott make the announcement that Rosa Parks has been named, once again, a 4 Star School, by the Indiana Department of Education. Rosa Parks has now been an “A” rated school for six years straight. Mr. Henriott also announced to the staff that “Chalkbeat” had rated Rosa Parks a top 10 elementary school in Marion County.
The PTEC preschool children had a send-off to KDG celebration with a Hollywood theme. The students walked the red carpet, had lots of photo opportunities, and shared songs with their friends and families. Parents received a resource packet filled with summer activities and ideas to help support their child in Kindergarten.
5th graders at Jeremiah Gray Elementary did their annual farewell walk through the halls. Leading the march were former JGE students graduating this weekend from SHS.
On Thursday, Abraham Lincoln celebrated the language acquisition achievements of these sixty students. Students pictured have reached the highest level of English Learning, level 5. Thanks to all teachers and EL staff who have worked tirelessly with these students on their language.
Perry Meridian Middle School staff members lined the sidewalk at dismissal today, bidding farewell to the school buses that carried their students away from school to start summer vacation.
Students at Glenns Valley Elementary took part in the school’s 2nd Annual Field Day on Tuesday, May 24. Kindergarten through 5th grade participated in a variety of outdoor field events such as Tug-o-War, Dizzy Bat Relay, Bearded Crab Relay, Summer Splash Relay, Partner Yoga, Potato Sack Races, Parachute fun and more! The weather was great and a lot of fun was had by all! Thank you to Miss Stumpf for organizing a fun filled day. Thank you to all of the volunteers who helped make this new tradition a success.
Mr. Rohl’s last day as principal of Perry Meridian Middle School got off to an interesting start Thursday morning when a group of students decided to send him off in style, or plastic, however you want to look at it. Best wishes to Mr. Rohl at Glenns Valley.
The Clinton Young 5th graders were excited to spend two days at Jamison Camp. Highlights of the outdoor education program include a math scavenger hunt, creek study, rocket launch, and agility course!