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  • District celebrating volunteer school board members

    The District 32 Board of Education includes President Jamie Robinson, vice-president Rich Dix, and members Nancy Voelker, Mary Bauwens, Kathy Carron, Mark Gremaud and Kevin Bachmann.

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  • Help stop the spread of flu, other viral illnesses

    Flu isn’t the only thing going around at Perry County School District 32 this week, and our nurses are asking for your help to prevent the spread of illness. “We are seeing an increasing number of students and staff testing positive with influenza, mostly type A but also some type B,” said Yvonne Spears, RN, who serves as the high school nurse. “But we are also seeing lots of cases of strep throat, stomach virus and mono. We’ve had absences due to all of those at all buildings.”

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  • Career Center showcases programs

    Craig Hayden and his staff invited their District 32 colleagues to learn more about Perryville Area Career and Technology Center’s programs during a recent professional development day. The Career Center Showcase highlighted the many ways that career and technical programs help prepare students for life after high school.

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  • Bourbon earns Outstanding Musician Award as Perryville High School Jazz Band performs at SEMO

    Musicians from PHS recently performed in Cape Girardeau, where one sophomore earned a special award.

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  • PHS is an Exemplary PLC School

    PHS was one of only three high schools in Missouri to be recognized as an Exemplary Professional Learning Community School. The award was presented at the 2019 Powerful Learning Conference held Jan. 28-29, hosted by the Missouri Professional Learning Communities at Tan-Tar-A.

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  • PHS Sweetheart Court announced

    The PHS Sweetheart Dance is this Saturday, Feb. 9 from 8-11 pm at Knights of Columbus. The king and queen are selected by student vote, and will be crowned during the dance.

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  • 80th anniversary celebration for OSH will raise funds for stage, lights & sound

    Snow postponed the celebration of an important milestone in our community last month, but it hasn’t dimmed the excitement. The District 32 Heritage Committee invites the community to the 80th Anniversary celebration of the Old Senior High School, rescheduled for Friday, March 1. This event will kick off a year-long celebration of the facility, which is the jewel of our campus. It’s also a fundraiser for the Performing Arts Auditorium, where PHS students have presented concerts and plays for eight decades. Funds raised will be used for new sound and lighting, and stage improvements.

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  • Help us keep our kids safe

    During the first semester of this school year, our drivers reported 20 instances of motorists failing to stop as required by law when our children were getting on or off the school bus.

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  • District employees to step into new roles

    Current K-4 elementary principal Emily Koenig will move to the primary school which will be home to grades K-2. The current elementary assistant principal, Jane Narrow, will become principal of the elementary school for Grades 3-5. Lacey Amschler, a fourth-grade teacher at PES, will serve as the assistant principal at the primary center.

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  • FFA to host Pancake Breakfast on Feb. 23

    The Perryville FFA will host its annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 23 in ag building at Perryville Area Career and Technology Center on the campus of District 32.

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  • Make-Up Days

    Classes will be in session at all District 32 schools on

    • Monday, Feb. 18 (make-up day for Friday, Jan. 11). 
    • Friday, March 8 (make-up for the Nov. 15 snow day, which was supposed to be made up on MLK Day on Jan. 21, which ended up being a snow day)
    • Tuesday, April 23 (make-up day for Tuesday, Jan. 22)
    • Thursday, April 18 (make-up day for Wednesday, Jan. 23)
    • Monday, April 22 (make-up day for Thursday, Jan. 31)
    • Monday, May 20 (make-up day for Friday, Feb. 1)
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  • 2019-20 Academic Calendar Amended

    The 2019-20 Academic Calendar was amended on Dec. 1, 2019. Click here to view and download the calendar

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  • The District Mission

    We will empower students to learn and develop responsibility, attain college and career readiness, and live respectfully throughout their lives.

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  • Contact Us

    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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