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    Did you know that W.A. Perry has an incredibly fun staff? We are just living in a Bitmoji world, right!? Here is our Bitmoji staff photo! Do you recognize anyone?  



    The Information Technology (IT) Department will provide technical support to all staff, students, and parents of Richland School District One.  The IT Support Team can be reached by calling 803-231-7436.  This number will be active Monday through Thursday from the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 


    Returning Enrollment


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    Parents, will your child be attending W.A. Perry for the 2021-2022 school year?  If so, you must complete the Returning Student Enrollment Verification. The online vehicle for reenrollment is PowerSchool.  

    Click here to understand and access the process of enrollment verification.  

    Information about transfers is available on the District website.   

    Enrollment of students NEW to the District is a different process and instructions can be found on this link: New Student Online Registration.


     

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  • Title One Parent and Family Engagement Survey

    Hi Parents! We would like for you to let us know how we are doing with our District Parent and Family Engagement Program. Please take a few moments to compete the survey. We will use this feedback to improve our program. 

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    TDAP-Rising 7th Grade Students

    If your child is currently a 6th grader, they MUST have the TDAP immunization before they begin 7th grade. Please make sure that they have this immunization before they start school in August 2021. 


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    • The Alliance for a Healthier Generation is pleased to announce that W.A. Perry Middle School has been named to the 2020 list of America's Healthiest Schools.  W. A. Perry has earned the National Healthy Schools Bronze Award through the 2021-2022 school year. 


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    School safety is a community-wide effort and responsibility. We invite you to help us keep our Eagles-students and employees safe. If you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING.


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  • A Message from the Principal 

    Welcome to 2020-21! As we plan for a beginning like no other, our focus will still be to ensure that we Dr. Robin Coletrain EXCEL, EXCEED, and ELEVATE in a way that every student feels connected and challenged by new learning and experiences. 

    Spring of 2020 challenged staff and students to find a new normal for learning, connected us in new ways, and required our Eagles to soar from afar. What I have learned through this experience is how much I appreciate the expertise our teachers bring to W.A. Perry Middle School (WAPMS), the ways in which our students continue to work hard to grow, and appreciation for the little things in life: giving a high five, a hug or being able to laugh out loud with our school community. What I MOST appreciate about WAPMS is how, even under circumstances we have never experienced, we are still a learning and caring community. 

    Normal is such a simple word and it is our goal at WAPMS to not only find our new normal, but to use this time as a learning experience that will forever impact our learning environment. While our new school year may not be “normal,” our learning will not only continue, but it will thrive. We can’t wait to move on to the next phase of learning and we know all returning and new students will be welcomed with open arms (from 6 feet away) to our community. 

    How do you get information? Each Sunday, the What’s Happening at Perry e-newsletter will be emailed to parents. This is a way for you to stay informed about all things W.A. Perry. The WAPMS website is a place to go to pull static information, facts about WAPMS that could be important for a family at any point of the year, for example, the bell schedule, the school calendar, how to log in to PowerSchool, etc. Another way to receive personalized information and be engaged in conversations related to the WAPMS community is to attend monthly SIC-PTO meetings where special guests will present important information. 

    As we move forward, let’s remain committed to the success of all students served at W.A. Perry Middle School. With the support of our parents, community, business leaders, and a dedicated SIC-PTO, we will continue to advance and strive for excellence. 

    #ReStartStrong  #AnotherLevelOfExcellence  #RiseAsOne 

    With Great Eagle Pride,

    Dr. Robin L. Coletrain
    robin.coletrain@richlandone.org



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