Headlines & Events
Mrs. Viola Schilli’s kindergartners at Perryville Elementary School enjoyed special visitors during Career Week. Parents shared their careers and work experiences with the class. Presenters included Ryan Buchheit, Jared Unterreiner, Kalvin Dammann, Jody Bohnert, and Stephanie Casteel.
This video outlines Perry County School District 32's Long Range Facilities Plan and the April 4 ballot issue, Prop. KIDS — Keep Improving District Schools.
Students from Perryville Area Career and Technology Center earned top spots in the recent SkillsUSA District Competition, with several advancing to the state competition.
The Perryville High School Pirates won the championship trophy at the Valle Catholic/Ste. Genevieve Opening Day Baseball Tournament, downing the host teams by the scores of 3-2 over Valle and 6-1 over Ste. Genevieve, to open their spring 2017 season with a perfect 4-0 record.
The Perryville Concert Band earned a 2-rating, and the Perryville Symphonic Band earned a 1-rating. Several Perryville High School band students also earned honors in the MSHSAA District solo/ensemble Festival in Cape Girardeau.
Long Range Facilities Plan and Prop. KIDS
This video, produced by the Digital Media Class under the direction of Mr. Stan Cook, outlines Perry County School District 32's Long Range Facilities Plan and the April 4 ballot issue, Prop. KIDS — Keep Improving District Schools.
To view the full LRFP, levy comparisons and other important information, please visit www.perryville.k12.mo.us/Page/5057.
Current make-up days
At this time, we are making up the following day:
- Thursday, March 16 for the snow day on Jan. 13
All three days missed for the tornado (March 1-3) have been forgiven, and will NOT have to be made up.
Students will not be in classes on
- March 17 for spring break
- March 20, which is a professional development day
- April 14 & 17, for Easter break
Any further school days missed to due inclement weather would be made up according to DESE rules and District policy.
The District Mission:
We will empower students to learn and develop responsibility, attain college and career readiness, and live respectfully throughout their lives.
To contact the Central Office, Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent, please call 573-547-7500 Ext. 328.
To contact the Board of Education, please call 573-547-7500 Ext. 328.
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