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PHS Prom Court announced

PHS Prom Court announced

The Perryville High School Prom Court includes (from left) Leah Buerck, child of Curt and Linda Buerck and Evan Daugherty, child of Will and Julie Daugherty; and Anna Korando, child of Greg and...

Driver, student commended for actions following crash

Driver, student commended for actions following crash

Tia Moll and Landon Enloe accept their Awards of Excellence during the April 14 meeting of the Board of Education. Ms. Moll has been a transportation professional at Perry County School District...

District 32 hosts MSBA Spring Regional Meeting

District 32 hosts MSBA Spring Regional Meeting

Perry County School District 32 recently hosted the Missouri School Boards Association (MSBA) Spring Regional Meeting. The event was held March 31 at Perryville Primary Center and guests included...

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Kate Martin

Wednesday, March 3 is Parent-Teacher Conference day at all District 32 schools, from 12-7:30 pm. If you have not yet made an appointment to visit with your child's teacher, you can do so by email. School is not in session on Wednesday, and students will not receive virtual instruction on March 3.

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about 1 month ago |
Kate Martin
Kate Martin

Reminder that the District 32 academic calendar was amended in December. Save this link to easily find the D32 Events page to see when school is closed, dates of Parent/Teacher Conferences and Professional Development Days: https://www.perryville.k12.mo.us/o/district-32/events

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3 months ago |
Kate Martin
Kate Martin

January 28, 2021

Dear Parents/Guardians,

District 32 schools will be closed to students tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 29, due to county road conditions, but they will have school next Wednesday, Feb. 3 when they were scheduled to be off.

As always, we have consulted with our county road department and MoDOT, and checked roads ourselves. Several county roads in the eastern and western portions of the county are still dangerous due to shading from large trees that line them.

Thankfully, we now have the capability to provide remote instruction on such days. All students will receive instruction tomorrow through their school’s distance-learning platform, just as they did yesterday and today. Teachers will again be responsive to emails until 3 pm.

Parents can access the Snow Day Instruction Plans for all buildings at https://5il.co/nu16. In general, parents of students at the primary center should visit Seesaw for assignments, and all other students should visit Google Classroom.

Adventure Club will be available for normal hours to students who were scheduled to attend next Wednesday.

Staff members will be on our campus working collaboratively just as they would be next Wednesday. Collaboration time is when teachers examine individual student skills assessments to identify areas where students are struggling, and then plan for re-teaching or other intervention measures to close any achievement gaps.

Winter weather can throw us some curveballs and the forecasts never quite turn out the way we expect. I appreciate your patience and support as we make these schedule changes to keep our kids safe and maximize the time they spend in the classroom. I know this is a departure from our current schedule, but having two days of distance learning instead of just one is worth making this change.

With Pirate Pride,
Andy Comstock
Superintendent

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3 months ago |
Kate Martin
Kate Martin

The Perry County School District 32 campus will be closed to students Thursday 1/28 due to inclement weather. Extracurricular activities and meetings that cannot be held remotely are also canceled. All students will receive instruction through their school’s distance-learning platform, and teachers have reviewed this process with all students. Parents can access the Snow Day Instruction Plans for all buildings at https://5il.co/nu16. In general, parents of students at the primary center should visit Seesaw for assignments, and all other students should visit Google Classroom.

3 months ago |
Kate Martin
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