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Positive Case: • Quarantine for 10 days from the onset of symptoms and follow your doctor’s advice. Exposure: • It is recommended that close contacts should stay home for 10 days. • If your student is fully vaccinated and experiencing no symptoms, they may return to school. • Students who have had Covid in the past 90 days and are currently experiencing no symptoms, may return to school. Students in quarantine should continue to keep up with school work from home. Please communicate with your child’s teacher(s) school for assignments.


Recent News

Cheer State


PHS Cheer will compete in the OSSAA Class 3A State Cheer competition this Saturday, Sept. 25 at Union High School in Tulsa. Class 3A teams begin at 11:05 a.m. There will be a community send-off on Saturday morning - please meet at the former Elk’s Lodge at 8:15 a.m. to wish them good luck as they leave town! Fans must purchase tickets online in advance and masks are required. TICKETS:
We're hiring!

We're Hiring!

Interested in working at Perry Public Schools? We’re hiring! View our current employment opportunities and details to apply on the school website.

Free Haircuts!

We’ve partnered with Meridian Technology Center to offer FREE HAIRCUTS to Perry Public Schools students, grades Pre-K through 12th. Stop by the lower elementary gym on on Saturday, October 9th between 9 a.m. to noon to get a fresh cut! For questions or more info, please contact Lauren Smith, PPS Climate Coordinator at
September students of the month

September Students of the Month

Congratulations to our September students of the month! High School - Landon Harmon, Junior High - Nelson Rust (not pictured), Upper Elementary - Ruth Dvorak and Lower Elementary students Kade and Ava Wilson.
New wheelchair accessible bus

NEW Wheelchair-Accessible Bus

We recently added a new wheelchair-accessible school bus to our fleet to safely transport our students who require a wheelchair. Last week, the board of education at Perry Public Schools voted to approve the purchase of it’s first wheelchair-accessible school bus to add to their fleet. The board plans to apply ESSER III Funds (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) to cover the expense. The new bus ran its first route on the morning of Thursday, September 9. It is equipped with a wheelchair lift to safely load and unload students who require a wheelchair. It’s current route transports 3-5 students with disabilities and their siblings to and from the elementary school. Jordan Bolay, the Director of Special Education for Perry Public Schools, got the wheels in motion to bring this request to the school board and acted as the primary advocate and voice for the students in need of this school bus. “We are excited to bring this new opportunity to our students. It’s our desire to ensure all students are included, supported and look forward to school everyday. This new bus is one more way we are investing our resources to achieve that,” says Bolay.