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    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 Friday 7:30 am-4:30 pm. 

    Thanksgiving Break


    The health and well-being of all students is of utmost importance.  Please do not send students to school if they are sick. Please help us keep everyone safe.  


    R1 Requires Masks and Encourages Vaccinations

    For complete details on the latest R1 COVID Mitigation and Safety Protocols, click here: 

  • Q1-AcaCeleb

    Click HERE to view the First Quarter Academic Celebration.


    Join Zoom for SIC-PTO-PAC Meeting

    Meeting ID: 837 9207 0293

    Dial-In: 1-301-715-8592

    Literacy Night -Nov2021 

    Winter Concert 2021


    Congratulations to our November Dancers of the Month:
     Keziah Tyler 6th grade              6th Gr Dancer of the Month 
     Mahauni Best 7th grade         7th Gr Dancer of Month -Oct 
     Ashley Banks 8th grade               8th Gr Dancer of Month -Oct
    Thanks to Mrs. Livingston for an amazing job with our dancers

     Congratulations to the following staff members for being selected Employees of the Month for October!

    Teacher of the Month: Dr. Tammy Johnson

    Digital Educator of the Month: Chynna Wilson

    Classified Employee of the Month: Teresa Belton.

    Celebrating our students who showed the Core Value of COOPERATION for the month of October. Congratulations to these remarkable students who have been recognized as Eagle of the Month.
    6thGr Eagles of Month-Oct21


    8thGr Eagles of Month -Oct21



    Tailored Tuesday allows students to Dress for Success, Dress to Impress, and experience the professional attire for their career. If students need to borrow a tie, please see Mr. Chapman in the Cafe during breakfast or in the drama room. All students who participate will be entered into a chance to win a prize at the end of the semester. A huge shoutout to the students who participated previously.  





  • 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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    • 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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    See Something, Say Something

    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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    Get your official Perry Rally Flag!!!

  • A Message from the Principal 

      Dr. Robin Coletrain Greetings Eagles, 

    Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year. We are glad that you are joining us, as we embark on an exciting year of teaching and learning at W.A. Perry Middle School. After the last year of teaching students in a fully virtual and then hybrid setting, we are excited to return to five full days of in-person instruction in the building. I want to acknowledge that there will be some students and families with anxiety about returning to school.  If you have any specific questions, need information about practices and protocols, or need to speak with a counselor, please do not hesitate to contact me, and I will be happy to assist you! 

    This year we will renew our commitment to excellence in all that we do, as we seek to provide world-class instruction daily with the expectation that all students can learn and succeed. We will continue to provide students with opportunities to address academic deficiencies, build numeracy and literacy skills, and have the opportunity to participate in gifted and honors classes. We will continue to implement initiatives to promote teaching and learning and to engage all our stakeholders in the process of educating our students. We look forward to partnering with all stakeholders to positively impact student performance in every content area. 

    I am excited about all this new school year has to offer. The W.A. Perry team looks forward to working collectively as a family to ensure that our students are provided with the best educational experience possible to be critical thinkers, responsible citizens, and prepared to be successful in their endeavors in middle school and beyond. The W.A. Perry Team is committed to excellence and being a world-class institution of teaching and learning. 

    Our school theme is #AintNoStoppingUsNow! It is our desire to keep moving forward and make this school year great! As we move forward, you will hear me refer to our theme in future communications, in school messenger phone calls, and in our community.  After living through a global pandemic, “we won’t let nothing hold us back…we’re pulling ourselves together, we’re polishing up our act…if you’ve ever been held down before, I know you refuse to be held down anymore!“ W.A. Perry Eagles…..”We’re on the Move! 

    I look forward to building relationships with all stakeholders throughout this year and encourage you to become active members of SIC-PTO and the Eagle family. It is going to be an amazing year. 

    With Great Eagle Pride,

    Dr. Robin L. Coletrain 


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  • Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Richland County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age or other protected characteristics in its programs and activities.