Positive Parent Talks

Perry Positive Talks and Tour 

On Monday, January 22, information was shared regarding proficiency based grading and how this will change how your child is assessed in the future. Informational video regarding -  Proficiency Based Grading -  from the district was shared. Additional information regarding Student Centered Learning can be found on the district web site

Monday, April 16 8:00am-9:00am - Topic: What can you do as parents to limit summer learning loss.

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Perry Positive Talks and Tour - October Review and Upcoming Events


On Monday, October 23, Mrs. Bawinkel, Regional Attendance Officer and  myself prepared a presentation regarding school attendance and why it is the most important item parents can do for student success. Information is also on the Perry district website under the tab Parent Info.  

Included Dates and Topics
Monday, January 22 8:00am-9:00am - Topic: What is Proficiency Based Grading?

Monday, April 16 8:00am-9:00am - Topic: What can you do as parents to limit summer learning loss.

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Computer Lab

Here are some computer links and resources for school and home use.  This list is provided as a convienence for students and parents.  District 100 does not maintain these sites and cannot control their content.  We strongly recommend that parents supervise and monitor their children's use of the Internet.​​

 

Clubs

Guitar Club
Mr. Snyder gives guitar lessons to interested students.  Club meets Tuesday afternoons after school.  Guitars are provided.

Student Council
Students campaign for election and work together to improve their school and community.  Meetings are held once a month after school.

Choir

Mrs. Solomon hosts choir for 4th and 5th grade students.  They have 2-3 performances throughout the school year.

Garden Club

Garden Club starts in the spring and continues through the summer, maintaining our community garden.

Patrols

A select group of 5th grade students ensure the morning safety of students coming and going from school, supported by Mr. Snyder.