One step closer to completion...poles, nets and center straps were installed on the tennis/pickleball courts today. The next step is to complete the wiring to the electrical boxes. Signage has been ordered. Custom windscreens have been ordered. Bleachers have been constructed (Thank you PCS O & M crew). Trash bins have been installed. Benches will be installed when the protective padding (Ordered) arrives. Finish landscaping has been completed. The finish line is in sight!
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Nets
PCS Family Members: The District is upgrading its phone system. There are planned service interruptions while the contractor brings the new system on line. The first scheduled outage is Tuesday (8/15) beginning at 11:00 AM. Inbound and outbound calling may be down and/or limited for approximately one-half hour while the first phones are being installed. The District will communicate updates as the project progresses. Thank you for your patience.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
YMCA After School Program Affordable care for your child after school and on half days. Fun, safe, structured programming from the time school is out up until 6 pm. Certified staff supervise activities including homework assistance, arts, games, gym sports, outdoor sports, and STEM. Peace of mind knowing your child is safe and in a growth driven environment. Growing physically, socially and academically. The end result is healthier, safer, and better academically performing children. Sliding scale fees and options for attending based on needs and FREE piece of mind for parents. To learn more about the Y after school program please call 585-786-2880, visit glowymca.org, or contact Sarah Moore at smoore@glowymca.org. The program is licensed by the Office of Child and Family Services. Spaces are limited so please register your child today.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
One step closer to completion! The poured-in-place fall protection at the new playground was installed this weekend. The surface will now cure for several days.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Playground 1
Playground 2
Playground 3
Playground 4
PCS Family Members: The Elementary/Junior High School parking lot is closed for Capital Project restoration. The District will issue subsequent correspondence when the lot is reopened. Thank You
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Lot 1
Lot 2
On Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout July, basketball players attended the Lowell Heiby Perry Basketball Camp. Instruction was led by coaches: Phil Wyant, Parker May, Jimmy Fahey, and several JV/Varsity boys and girls basketball players. Daryl Heiby has donated to the basketball programs in honor of Lowell Heiby every year since 1988. This year's donation helped support the Lowell Heiby camp along with summer leagues for the boys' and girls' basketball programs. We appreciate the Heiby family's generosity and support.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
BBall Camp
Fall interscholastic athletics registration is open! Register for a team by clicking on the the following link: https://perry-ar.rschooltoday.com/viewmyaccount Student-athletes must have a current physical on file, and complete IMPACT testing to participate in a fall sport. Annual Sports Information Night Date: August 9, 2023 Time: 6:00 PM Location: Senior High School Auditorium Description: Students must attend the meeting with their parents/guardians if they plan to participate in any interscholastic athletics during the 2023 - 24 school year. 2023 Fall Sports Start Dates August 19th: JV and Varsity Football August 21st: JV and Varsity Boys Soccer JV and Varsity Girls Soccer JV and Varsity Volleyball Varsity Game Day Cheerleading Varsity Girls Swimming Modified Football August 28th: Modified Boys Soccer Modified Girls Soccer Modified Volleyball
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
One step closer... The contractor installing the tennis/pickleball surfaces painted the lines on the courts today.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Tennis-Pickleball 1
Tennis-Pickleball 2
Tennis-Pickleball 3
Tennis-Pickleball 4
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association, Inc. (NYSPHSAA) announced its 2022-2023 Schools of Excellence. To earn the School of Excellence Award, 75% of a school’s varsity teams must qualify and receive the Scholar-Athlete team award. PCS had 17 varsity teams qualify and receive the Scholar-Athlete team award. Congratulations to our student-athletes, teams and Interscholastic Athletics Department!
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Scholar-Athlete
Capital Project Update - Site Contractor - Tennis/Pickleball court exteriors have been applied. Moving to site restoration around all areas impacted by the project. - General Contractor - Continuing with window installation, and masonry restoration. - Mechanical Contractor - Continuing with Senior High School boiler/pump installation. - Plumbing Contractor - Installing water line to the CNC machine. - Electrical Contractor - Pulling wire and installing lamp posts for parking lot/access road lighting. Establishing connection to the CNC machine. - Playground Contractor - Placed the final structure and poured its foundation. Poured-in-place fall protection installation has been scheduled. - HVAC Controls Contractor - Continuing with work in the Senior High School.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Tennis/Pickelball
Playground
Lamppost
We know our students had and amazing time at Camp Oswegatchie this week. We are excited to welcome them home and learn about their experiences. Parents/guardians...share your favorite Oswegatchie moments of your students in the comments below.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Avery
Noelle
AJ
Paige
It's never too early to start posting adorable throwback photos of the Class of 2024! These go all the way back to Kindergarten! #PrideInTheHive #ClassOf2024
7 months ago, Megan Winter
Class of 2024
Class of 2024
The first coat has been applied to the tennis/pickleball court interiors.
7 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Tennis/Pickleball Courts
If you visit the Perry Village Park this week, you’ll notice the group from Camp Hard Hat is building a new pavilion across from the pond. PCS students Timothy Dillon, Gavin Chiappone, Damian Barrett, and Parker Tallman are working with other area students, along with BOCES instructors Kelly Mileham and Keith Standera, to complete the project in just 5 days. The program is offered every summer by the Wyoming County Business Education Council, under Executive Director Justin Dueppengiesser, to students entering grades 7-9. What an incredible opportunity for students to learn while giving back to the community. A win-win! #PrideInTheHive
8 months ago, Megan Winter
Camp Hard Hat
Camp Hard Hat
This is the first week of Summer Enrichment at PCS. It is a welcome sight to have students back in the building.
8 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Enrichment 1
Enrichment 2
Enrichment 3
Capital Project Updates: Site Contractor - Paving of the Senior High School parking lots and access roads started this morning. - Rock removal and finish grading around the tennis/pickleball courts is being completed. Mechanical Contractor - Continuing with boiler installation in the Senior High School. Electrical Contractor - Installed foundations, conduit, and wiring for Senior High School parking lot lighting. General Contractor - Continuing window installation in the Elementary/Junior High School. Playground Contractor - Preparing the ground for sidewalk installation and poured-in-place fall protection.
8 months ago, Daryl McLaughlin
Boiler
Paving
Windows
Tennis/Pickleball
Playground
We watched them walk through our doors as reluctant UPK students but, through the years, we’ve provided them with the tools and a safe space to build confidence, learn, and grow as individuals. We’ve set them on the course to follow their dreams, whether it’s as artists, performers, educators, athletes, soldiers, innovators, scientists, or a million other aspirations. They are ready. #PrideInTheHive #ClassOf2023
9 months ago, Megan Winter
Class of 2023
They've officially become kindergartners!!! (The orange ribbon each UPK graduate wore during last night's UPK ceremony is in memory of Aurora Putney, a member of the Class of 2036.)
9 months ago, Megan Winter
UPK Graduation
UPK Graduation
UPK Graduation
UPK Graduation
Addison Dillon and her classmates in Mrs. Reagan's classroom enjoyed a sweet treat today thanks to Yummies in Warsaw! Addison earned second place with her creation "Chocolate Explosion" in Yummies' Sweet 16 ice cream flavor contest this spring. Val from Yummies generously donated a box of the flavor to Mrs. Reagan for her third graders to enjoy. YUM! #PrideInTheHive #WeAllScreamForIceCream
9 months ago, Megan Winter
Ice Cream
Ice Cream
You honestly cannot beat the morning we had at PCS. We welcomed friends from Letchworth and LeRoy Central Schools to join 16 of our students in participating in the Special Olympics at our Athletic Complex. Yet another example of why we do what we do. The student-athletes (and adults) had a blast and everyone went home with a ribbon and t-shirt. Thank you to the Special Olympics, Mr. Wyant for organizing the event, our incredible classroom teachers and staff members, high school students Bryce Tallman, Rachel Kuhlkin, Reilly Bertrand, Sawyer West, and Adrian Yang for volunteering today – and, most of all, our awesome student-athletes! #PrideInTheHive
9 months ago, Megan Winter
Special Olympics
Special Olympics
Special Olympics
Special Olympics