News & Announcements

Perry Football vs. Cashion

The HS Football team plays Cashion Friday night at 7pm at Daniels Field. If you can't make it to the game, you can watch the game on as well as listen to the game on 105.1FM Triple Play Sports.

Important Days of September

Hello September! Don't forget, this month we are out of school on Monday, Sept. 6 for Labor Day and on Monday, Sept. 13 for a Professional Development day.
View the full calendar of Perry Public School District events and activities on our website by clicking the calendar button.

We're hiring an additional Paraprofessional to join our team!

Eligible applicants must have:
• Completed two years of study at a higher education institution; or
• Obtained an associate degree; or
• Have taken and passed the WorkKeys Test, ParaPro Test, or the Oklahoma General Education Test.

Download the application online and return app with resume to the Superintendent’s office at Perry High School.

Bedlam Blood Drive

Bedlam Blood Drive is Friday, Aug. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the PHS lobby area. This is open to students and community members.

Students must be 16 years old, have a photo ID and have a signed parental permission slip to donate blood. Permission slips are available in the high school office.

Please use the link below to schedule your appointment time:

PPS Covid-19 Policy

Positive Case:
• Quarantine for 10 days from the onset of symptoms and follow your doctor’s advice.

• It is recommended that close contacts should stay home for 10 days.
• If your student is fully vaccinated and experiencing no symptoms, they may return to school.
• Students who have had Covid in the past 90 days and are currently experiencing no symptoms, may return to school.

Students in quarantine should continue to keep up with school work from home. Please communicate with your child’s teacher(s) school for assignments.

4H & Cloverbud Meeting

There is a 4H & Cloverbud meeting tonight at 6pm at the Noble County Fairgrounds. Parents are welcome to attend. Please read more about it on the flyer.

Picture Day!

Picture days for all schools are coming soon!
12th Grade - Senior Panel: Friday, August 20th (caps and gowns will not be worn for this picture. A formal cap and gown picture will be taken in May before graduation. Examples of what to wear for pictures: Boys- Collared Shirt and Tie, Girls- Dress Attire)
Pre-K-8th Grade: Friday, August 27th
9th-11th Grade & Senior Retakes: Tuesday, September 14th
Pre-K- 8th Grade Retakes & Elem. Groups: Tuesday, October 5th
9th-11th Grade Retakes: Friday, October 22
Click the Headline for to view the order form for grades Pre-K-8th Grade

Bell Schedules

Please review our bell schedule for all school buildings.

Elementary school drop-off/pick-up procedure and map can be viewed following this link below. You can always find this info on the elementary school webpages under the "About Us" tab.

Back to School Night

The Perry Public Schools Back-to-School Night is scheduled for Tuesday, August 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Students and families will visit their student’s school site to view their classroom, meet teachers, and prepare for the first day of school.

Elementary students should bring their school supplies and go to their homeroom. Teachers may have additional paperwork for parents/guardians to complete.

Junior high students will go to the junior high school front lobby area to receive their class schedule upon enrollment verification, supply lists, locker assignments, and are welcome to tour the building.

High school students will report to the PHS main lobby area. They will receive their class schedule upon enrollment verification, supply lists, sports passes, and can purchase a $10 parking permit. Please bring the student’s vehicle information and tag number for the parking permit.

This is also a good time to discuss with staff any health-related issues, and complete necessary medical forms for asthma and medications.

During Back-to-School Night, all students will have the opportunity to pre-order 2021-2022 yearbooks. The elementary and junior high schools will also have T-shirts available for purchase.

The first day of school is Thursday, August 12. At this time, face coverings are a personal choice and not required going into the new school year. However, it is still federal law that students riding school buses must wear a face covering. Other COVID-related protocols remain, such as social distancing, assigned classroom seating charts, hand sanitizing, and regular facility disinfection routines.
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