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  • SCReportCrd
    We are proud to announce our SC Report Card rating #LeveledUp from AVERAGE to GOOD! We have great students, teachers, parents, partners, and community members on Team Perry! Congratualtions to all middle schools for a job well done.  #Higher #PerryLeveledUp #GoEagles


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Parent-Tchr Conf

  • CEOY KGar
    Congratulations
     to Mrs. Kewanda Gardner, 2020-2021 Classified Employee of the Year Elect. We are so proud and know she will represent Perry with Pride.


  • SwHrtBall2020
    Another Sweetheart Ball is in the books! Our Eagles looked great and they had an AMAZING time! Thanks to Mr. Brian Chapman and everyone who made it a success.

  • Supe Sandw
    Supe and a Sandwich with Dr. Henry Cobb and Dr. Sherry Veasey. These W.A. Perry Eagles were ready to talk about their middle school experience. Thank you to Dr. Witherspoon, Superintendent, for this great opportunity to hear the voices of middle school students.

  • AcademCeleb1   AcademCeleb2   AcademCeleb3
    Congratulations
     to our 2nd 9 weeks Honor Roll recipients and Attendance Superstars and All-Stars! Thank you to our very own Ms. Kenya Seawright, 2020-21 Teacher of the Year, for motivating our scholars.

  • GirlSc1   GirlsSc2
    Girl Scout Troop 1962 held its Reinvestiture & Rededication ceremony. The ceremony was amazing and our young ladies did a fantastic job. Thanks to the Columbia SC Chapter of The Links, Inc. for their sponsorship and commitment to our girls.

  • School Counseling   SchCounse
    February 3rd - 7th is National School Counseling Week 2020! The theme this year is "School Counselors: Helping Build Better Humans." Our Perry Eagles are appreciative of the work done by the student support staff. Thanks to Ms. Young, Ms. Thomas, and Mr. Jarman for all of their hard work. They certainly are building us stronger! 

2nd Chance

Pearls

  • Peace March
    Sixth graders Kiema Dreher and Dana Issac were walking alongside many others in support of peace and standing against gun violence in North Columbia. We are proud of how they are using their voices.

  • Pets Movie
    It really pays to behave! 229 students with no referrals for the 2nd Quarter enjoyed The Secret Life of Pets 2 movie. “You never know what life is going to throw at you. And you have two choices, run from it or at it.” Great movie!

  • AVID Par Night
    AVID Parent Night was a success. Interested students and inquiring parents. Great things are happening at Perry. 

  • Celebrate Freedom
    What a great day with Celebrate Freedom Foundation! The students had a fun day learning about STEM activities and careers. #helicopters #drones

  • Transition
    5th to 6th Grade Transition Day! Students from Bradley, Watkins-Nance, Burton-Pack, and Carver-Lyon filled the hallways. Future Eagles learned about STEAM Pathways, AVID, Clubs etc. There were awesome school tours and fun trivia.


  • ProjLit-Movie
    Project Lit Book Club read Just Mercy in December. The members had a chance to see Just Mercy movie. Definitely worth reading the book and seeing the movie.

  • School Choice
    We celebrated National School Choice Week! At W.A. Perry our teachers choose to Excel, Exceed, and Elevate-HIGHER by putting our scholars first! You too can choose to go HIGHER by choosing Perry. 

  • Hoodies on Sale
    Hear Ye Hear Ye! Order Your Spirit Hoodies Today! Please support W. A. Perry Middle School by calling the school to place an order and dropping a check or cash off by February 21st!  Also, you can send orders with students. Please see Ms. J. Young.


  • Store Dates    College Fri


  • Saturday Success   GOTR flyer


  • ProjLitSpr2020


  • Positivity1   Positivity2
    Positivity at Perry-Every Monday and Friday #GoodVibes


  • Teen Talk Program and Lessons

    Teen Talk is a weekly youth development program for middle and high school students held during each participating school’s lunch period. Lunch is provided for Teen Talk participants. The program is designed to help teens get through a challenging time in life. The program helps teens make good choices toward a bright future. Some of the topics and lessons are Healthy Relationships, Body Image, Friendship Limits and Talking with Parents.

    Perry’s Teen Talk groups meet every Monday during the students' lunch period. Students can pick up a registration form from the School Counseling office.



  • See Say

    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.


  • Flag Revised

    Get your official Perry Rally Flag!!!


  • A Message from the Principal 

    Hi Perry Families & Students,

    Dr. Robin Coletrain Welcome to the 2019-20 school year! I am honored and excited to return for my fourth year as the proud principal of W.A. Perry Middle School. I eagerly anticipate another successful year partnering with staff, parents, and the community to insure our students have an exceptional educational experience.

    W.A. Perry strives to provide a high-quality program that supports the academic, social and emotional growth and safety of its students. Our focus is to help students become creators, communicators, critical thinkers and collaborators to be successful in school and to compete globally. We are proud to offer a challenging educational program with a S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) focus, a great visual and performing arts program, an ever-growing sports program, and a host of clubs and mentoring opportunities that offers something for everyone. We believe it is important to be connected to the school through positive relationships, a sense of community, and participation in extracurricular opportunities.

    Our staff recognizes the role they play in helping your child reach their full potential, and they do not take the responsibility lightly. We truly believe all students can be successful and this belief drives the work they do on a daily basis. Parent involvement too is vital to your child’s success, and we ask that you continue to play an active role in their education.

    Another year of learning, anticipation, wonder and fun lies ahead. We are excited to have our students return to campus and look forward to all the gains we will achieve by working together this year. 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 and PTO, we will continue to advance and strive for excellence.

     I look forward to meeting everyone and can't wait to see you back on our campus.

     #StrongerTogether #ExcelExceedElevate #LevelUp #Higher

    With Great Eagle Pride,

    Dr. Robin Coletrain

    robin.coletrain@richlandone.org



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