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?
Attention Parents!! Join us for SIC-PTO Meeting on March 22nd at 5:30 pm for a Mindful Monday Parent Workshop. Please register by March 15th at 12pm using the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yc8rw9y5 #MindfulMonday #RiseAsOne
March is School Social Worker Month. March 8-12, 2021 is School Social Worker Appreciation Week. A big thank you to Ms. Monique Hessell for the important work she does to help confront the challenging issues facing students, families and the community. We thank her for forging solutions that help people reach their full potential. We appreciate her dedication to the profession and W.A. Perry.
Congrats to January & February Students of the Month! These students showed the core values of "Self-Discipline and Responsibility." Each student received a certificate and a Little Caesars pizza delivered to their home. Congrats to our remarkable students!
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.
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.
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 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