Five long-time teachers have announced they will retire at the end of the school year.
The total eclipse is expected to draw thousands of tourists to the district, and impact transportation and cellular phone service.
Mike Spafford comes to the district after serving the city of Huron and is expected become the full-time treasurer.
Click to read the note to parents and families of Perkins Local Schools.
The Board also heard updates on the Perkins Report Card, teaching and staff goals, and more during its January meeting.
Board of Education members voted to pursue a $76 million bond issue to fund the project to create a single campus learning environment.
The considerations include the possibility of constructing a new Grades 6 to 12 building as part of a one-campus learning environment.
The meetings will offer the community members an opportunity to hear about the facilities and ask questions and share their opinions.
Perkins Schools celebrates the folks who run the district's four buildings.
The Ohio Department of Education released its Report Card for the 2021-2022 school year.
Students from across the district's four buildings participated in the gathering.
Eric Kaman, Class of '01, has been hired as the new principal at Furry Elementary.
The Furry Elementary School principal has accepted a job with the New London Local Schools.
The Board of Education also hired a strength and conditioning coach, approved a five-year financial forecast, and approved the list of 2022 PHS grads.
The Perkins Hall of Fame welcomed 11 new members and three cross country teams from the 1980s on Sunday, January 16.
Registration for new preschool, kindergarten, and open enrollment students for the 2023-2024 school year opens on April 1, 2023.