Perry-Worth Elementary's new student!
To enter the building, we ask that you have a legal ID (driver's license, state issued identification card) EACH TIME you wish to enter the building. If you do not remember to bring your ID, you will be denied access to the building, no exceptions. **A criminal history must be on file, as well.
Perry-Worth Elementary is partnering again this year with Chaucie’s Place, a child advocacy organization in Hamilton County, to bring Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children to our Kindergarten, 2nd and 4th grade students. Smart Steps is a child sexual abuse prevention and education program that empowers your child to say “STOP!” to any unwanted touches that make them uncomfortable from anyone.
We invite you to attend a Chaucie’s Place Parent Night to learn more about the Smart Steps program. Hattie B. Stokes will be hosting on Tuesday, January 24 from 6:30-7:30 pm. These meetings are open to all parents and/or guardians of Kindergarten, 2nd and 4th grade students. Please be advised that Parent Night is not open to children. To learn more about Chaucie’s Place visit: www.chauciesplace.org.
Please join us on Jan. 19 to celebrate our students at our awards program! The will start promptly at 9:30am, front gym doors will open at 9am.
Kindergarten Round-Up is coming soon!
April 11: @Harney and Central Elementary
April 13: @Stokes and Perry-Worth.
Students must be 5 by or before August 1, 2017.
Appointments will start on February 27 for PW. Please call our office at 317-769-3286 between 8:15am and 3:45pm.
What you need for our round-up: Your student, birth certificate, vaccination records, 2 proof of residency (water bill, electric bill; NOT an envelope), and child custody paperwork if applicable.
Vaccinations required for Kindergarten: 3 Hep B; 5 DTap; 4 Polio; 2 MMR; 2 Varicella; 2 Hep A.
We can't wait to see all of those smiling faces!
Interested in being a Watch D.O.G.? Click on the link below to see the available dates!
Need before or after school care? Here are some options:
- BASE (held here at PW) 765-482-3020 ext. 16
- Zionsville west Boys & Girls club 317-769-2222
- Lebanon Boys & Girls club 765-482-5110
These 2 forms need to be printed, signed and submitted to either LCSC administration or your school secretary in order to participate in school events.
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Any questions, please contact: School Resource Officers at email@example.com
Arrival bell: 8:45am; Dismissal bell: 3:50pm.
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