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!
SOUTHPORT CROSS COUNTRY What: 3 Cross Country Races per evening. Entire course is on Grass. Choose any or all of the races to compete in. All ages….Elementary, Middle School, High School, Open….Male/Female Run as workout or race…..casual or competitive. Use as a quality workout or for personal fitness run. Dates: Wednesday evenings June 15th, 22nd, 29th, July 13th, 20th Where: Clinton Young Elementary School (Southport Middle School) 6740 McFarland Road, Indianapolis Times: Registration: 5:30 – 6:00 Run any combination of or all 3 races 6:10pm 1K 6:30pm 3K 7:00pm 5K Entry Fee: $3.00 per evening goes towards fundraiser for Southport CC Teams Drinks will be provided and a raffle drawing from entries will be held following the 5k race. Prizes such […]
Douglas MacArthur, along with ARTS FOR LEARNING, (The Indiana affiliate of Young Audiences) hosted “A DAY OF THE ARTS” on Wednesday, May 25th. Students of Douglas MacArthur were entertained AND educated by the NAPTOWN JAZZ 5 and REED STEELE, Indiana Mime. Our jazzy visitors shared various jazz songs, including “It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing” which many of our students performed at the Perry Township Music Festival In March. Through mime, sign language, music, and audience participation, Mr. Steele shared how Indiana has played a big role in shaping American history, culture and events through famous astronauts, comedians, jazz, sports, and more. Generals thoroughly enjoyed “A DAY OF THE ARTS”. Thanks to ARTS FOR LEARNING for a fantastic day filled […]
The Southport Academy Spring concerts were well attended and wonderfully performed by students.
It will be here before you know it, the “Gently” used school uniform sale, so mark it on your calendar now.
Our 2016 EL picnic was generously Sponsored by Sam’s Club. Over 300 were in attendance to share native dishes to compliment our delicious grilled hamburgers and hot dogs. The perfect evening included time to socialize and play games. Every student was also presented a new book thanks to generous donations from our loving Abraham Lincoln Elementary staff, as well as given a baggie of school supplies from the EL department.
It has been a terrific 2015-2016 school year for the Music Department at Perry Meridian High School. Pictured are some of the awards the department received. Here are the highlights from the year. ¯ 12 music groups, made up of the band, choir, and orchestra, participated in ISSMA contests with 11 of those groups receiving a Gold Rating, and 5 of receiving a “With Distinction” rating from ISSMA. ¯ The Music Department had 73 events receive Gold Ratings at ISSMA Solo & Ensemble District Level ¯ The Music Department had 44 events receive Gold Ratings at ISSMA Solo & Ensemble State Level ¯ Then & Now Choir won 2nd runner-up Concert Choir at the Franklin Central HS competition ¯ The Marching Falcons received 1st place in their class at the Ben Davis […]