Photos by Lauren Stauffer
Perry High School Community Day was held on Monday, June 13 to highlight the achievements and future endeavors of the faculty, staff and students, and to continue establishing a strong relationship with the community.
The event ran from 1-4 p.m. and included a variety of activities for participants to engage in, including a dunk tank, sumo wrestling, a raffle and a talent show.
During the 2015-2016 school year, the music department represented PHS over 25 times through performances. Students also had the opportunity to learn how to create films; the Cosmetology, Health Career, and JROTC programs were all a success.
Next year, the school is on track to implement the STEAM magnet program, which incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics; the Door Campaign will continue using the STEM curriculum for the hands-on aquaponic program for select 9th grade classes.