Plans to return Safely
Below you can find documentation and details on how PCSD plans to return safely for face to face in person learning.
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Mississippi Department of Education
Congressional District 4 Parent of the Year finalist!
Jeannie Elizabeth Bolton, was nominated by the Perry County School District as an awesome mother, exceptional leader, and one who works above and beyond for the greater good of the education of her children. She was not only awarded District Parent of the Year but Perry County Vocational-Technical Center Parent of the Year.
Bolton emphasizes that parental involvement is vital in all aspects of a child’s life and children with parental support have proven to be better achievers. Ms. Bolton is a well experienced parent who has been involved for thirty years in her children’s education; they are all well-educated and successful God-fearing children.
Bolton believes being involved eliminates discipline problems, as well as motivates the student’s self-esteem. “When parents support their child; there is no doubt that they are in support of the teachers and this makes the journey easier for the teachers,” said Bolton.
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Online Student Documentation Forms
We are working to provide electronically signable versions of various documents. Please follow the links below to begin filling out these documents, if applicable. The links lead to a third party e-Signing site, Adobe Sign, where you can fill out the required information and create an electronic signature.
2018 District Report Card
Class of 2022
PREPS VALUE-ADDED AWARDS
Perry Central High School Teachers Recognized
Perry Central High School Recognized for English II
The Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools (PREPS, Inc.) is honored to announce the 2020 Value-Added Award recipients. An awards luncheon and ceremony will be held Monday, March 6, 2020 at Hattiesburg's Lake Terrace Convention Center during the 2020 Mississippi Association of Partners in Education (MAPE) which celebrates achievements and collaborations in schools.
Perry Central High School was recently recognized by The Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools (PREPS, Inc,) with the 2019 Value-Added Award for performing significantly higher than other schools with similar demographics. PREPS compares Mississippi schools’ performance on state tests while considering the differences in the socioeconomic status of the students involved in the research. Perry Central English II teachers Gayle Draughn and Glenda Hartfield and Biology 1 teacher Wes McLain, along with Superintendent Dr. Scott Dearman and Principal Dr. Titus M. Hines, accepted these awards presented at the Lake Terrace Convention Center in Hattiesburg on February 25, 2019.