Sometimes you just need to be silly! They work hard on the courts and fields, all awhile keeping up with school work and personal obligations, but our student-athletes need to find time to unwind and have some fun. That's exactly what the girls' modified and JV soccer teams did when Coach Rowley suggested a scavenger hunt and team building activities. Looks like they had a great time! #PrideInTheHive
Our 7/8 band isn't wasting a minute of rehearsal time under the tutelage of Ms. Jessica Gottschall, ES/JH General/Instrumental teacher. We can't wait to hear the beautiful music this group creates over the next many months! #PrideInTheHive
One of Mrs. Adolf's favorite days is coming up this Friday....International Dot Day! The concept for the day is based on Peter H. Reynold's book "The Dot," which celebrates creativity, courage and collaboration. Just like the book's main character, Vashti, Mrs. Adolf is challenging her elementary art students to experiment with abstract art. Just a small dot on a page can be the start of our students "making their mark." #PrideInTheHive
This year, Mrs. Lowery is giving 8th graders a glimpse into the business world. Through a 10-week CTE Business course, students will develop skills as a consumer, an employee, a manager, and a business owner. Using a variety of activities, students will gain a better understanding of money management, budgeting, career exploration, entrepreneurship, and much more. #PrideInTheHive
Varsity Boys' Soccer Result - 9/11 Perry 2 Mount Morris 1 OT/2 The boys were down 1-0 for a majority of the game and kept pushing for an equalizer. That goal finally came with 1 minute remaining in the game when Holden Kelly sent a cross into Dom Hurlburt who put it past the keeper to make it 1-1. Then, 2 minutes into the second overtime period, Holden Kelly dribbled down the left side past two Mount Morris defenders and decided to take a shot from the corner of the 18. The shot floated into the right side of the net over the keeper to win the game 2-1. It was an all-around great team effort and an important first win in the division.
JV and varsity players and coaches hosted the first "Volleytots" session last Saturday. Girls in grades 4-6 can still attend on September 19 and September 29 from 5:30-6:30. During the free sessions, participants will learn basic volleyball skills. #PrideInTheHive
Mr. May has wasted no time getting his High School PE classes on our new courts. This morning, we caught students learning to play the popular sport of pickleball. #PrideInTheHive
Varsity Football Result - 9/9 LPW - 7 LeRoy 12 - Bailey Schell 7-29 rushing - Bryce Tallman 12-15 passing for 121 and 1 touchdown - Jordan Brown 2-67 receiving and 1 touchdown - Ayden Miller 3-23 Receiving - Noah Leitten 3-23 Receiving Tackles - Andy Kelly 8 - Bailey Schell 5 and an INT - Wyatt Arbo 5 - Noah Leitten 5 - Shermon Johnson-Meyers 2 and an INT
Varsity Girls' Volleyball Results - 9/8 Perry 25, 25, 25 Pavilion 15, 22, 13 The team served strong with a total of 21 match aces, 7 of them from Sophmore middle hitter Kiera Weber. Jessah Morris had a strong front row presence chipping in 5 kills & 3 blocks on the night. Perry is 2-1 after last night's win and will play the Livonia Bulldogs next 9/14.
Varsity Boys' Soccer Results - 9/8 Perry 10 Hammondsport 2 The game was tightly contested for much of the first half and the boys went into half time with just a narrow 3-1 lead. Early in the second half Junior captain Holden Kelly scored an incredible 25 yard curling shot with the outside of his foot into the top left corner to make it 4-1, and he wasn’t done there. Kelly ended the game with 8 goals and one assist, tying the New York State record set in 1968 by Dennis Mills of Friendship for goals in a single game. The boys are now 3-1 on the season and have their first divisional game on Monday versus Mt. Morris.
What happens after a new piece of instructional equipment is assembled by our O and M crew? It has to be tested. Mr. Goodell and Mr. Walczak ensure the new side-by-side bike is in working order. They have confirmed the bike is ready for service.
How does our Letchworth-Perry Girls' Swimming and Diving Team celebrate its first win of the season? With a 6:00 AM practice of course! These student-athletes are dedicated. Letchworth-Perry 101 Wayland-Cohocton 68 The girls came out strong this season! They have been practicing so hard and last night was a great team win. - Abby Rockcastle won the 200 free with a time of 2:26.29 and the 100 free with a time of 1:02.83, qualifying for sectionals in both events. - Noelle Milhollen won the 50 free with a time of 30 seconds flat qualifying for sectionals. Noelle also won the 500 free with a time of 7:20.83. - Lila Bailey swam a 30.95 in the 50 free and qualified for sectionals. - The team also won the 200 free relay (Naiomi Yount, Ella Swyers, Isabella Snyder and Noelle Milhollen), and the 400 free relay (Elizabeth Wright, Abby Cummins, Lila Bailey, and Abby Rockcastle) to seal the win for the team. - Abby Cummins took second in the 200 free, and 100 back. - Liz Wright took second in the 100 Fly - Ella Swyers took second in the 100 Breast.
Setting our students up for a successful school year includes reminding them of expectations. During their presentations in the Jr. High today, Principal Belkota and Assistant Principal Wyant also wanted to make sure students understand they have a support system here at PCS. #PrideInTheHive
Wait, who are these big kids?! We're just 3 days into the school year and our UPK students - our youngest learners - are quickly settling into their daily routines and proving to be rockstars at PES! #PrideInTheHive
Varsity Boys' Soccer Perry 9, Lima Christian 0 The Perry varsity boys soccer team extended their record to 2-0 on Tuesday night defeating Lima Christian. Dom Hurlburt and Holden Kelly both had 4 goals a piece. Kelly also chipped in with 3 assists. Zac Narowski added a goal and Makai Miller contributed with one assist. The boys are now looking ahead to one of the first major challenges of the season this Thursday (9/7) when they travel to play a tough Dansville team.
There were very few tears, lots of hugs, and even more excitement as students walked through our doors this morning. Today was about getting back into routines, connecting with teachers and classmates, seeing old friends, and laying the groundwork for a successful school year. Welcome Back!!!!! #PrideInTheHive #FirstDayOfSchool
Procedures for Student Drop-off at the Elementary/Junior High School Please: - Get pictures and say your goodbyes at home. - Pull all the way forward in the drop-off lane. - Students should have all their items (Bags, instruments, sports equipment) with them prior to exiting the vehicle. - Students should exit the right side of the vehicle directly onto the sidewalk. Practice exiting vehicles prior to the first day of school. - Do not park in the drop-off lane. Parents/guardians who need to exit their vehicles for any reason during arrival should park in a designated space. Drop-off will be expedited by adhering to the aforementioned procedures. District staff will be present to assist with arrival. Thank You
We would like to thank our local pilot for the beautiful picture of our renovated facilities.
Weekend Sports Scores Friday, September 1, 2023 Varsity Girls' Volleyball Perry: 25, 25, 25 Wayland-Cohocton: 18, 18, 12 Perry opened their season at Wayland Cohocton with a strong three set win over the Eagles. Senior outside hitter Jaelyn Morris had 6 aces, 9 kills, and 4 digs, while Kylee Baxter chipped in 9 aces, 3 kills, and 5 digs. Sophomore setter Nellie Koronas tallied 15 assists, 5 aces, and 1 kill. Varsity Football LPW 12, Attica/Alexander 16
“All things are possible when one works with a good team. Our team is the best!” That was Superintendent McLaughlin’s message this morning during his opening address to faculty and staff members. PCSD has established itself as a leader in academics, school safety, technology, performing arts, etc. throughout our BOCES region. You, our community, has entrusted us with this immense responsibility and we have assembled the best team members to help us rise to the challenge. We won’t let you down. #PrideInTheHive