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  • September 3, 2018

    No School – Labor Day

  • September 12, 2018

    7:00 PM
    Board of Education Meeting

  • September 20, 2018

    12:00 PM – 7:30 PM
    Parent-Teacher Conferences – No School

  • September 21, 2018

    No School – East Perry Fair

  • October 10, 2018

    7:00 PM
    Board of Education Meeting

  • October 12, 2018

    End of 1st Qtr

  • October 20, 2018

    PHS Homecoming

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ADDRESS

326 College Street

Perryville, MO 63775

PHONE & FAX

573-547-7500 / 573-547-8572

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Perry County School District 32

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Headlines & Events

  • Adult programs offered at PACTC

    Perryville Area Career & Technology Center is again offering a variety of courses for adults this fall, ranging from welding to beading to first aid.

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  • District 32 launches Parent Academy

    First event is Chromebook 101 For Parents on Aug. 22, with Signs of Suicide session set for Sept. 6

    Comments (-1)

  • New attendance policy approved for 2018-19 school year

    Children can’t learn if they aren’t in class. Perry County School District 32 is reinforcing the importance of being in school with new attendance procedures for the 2018-19 school year. “Students cannot fully benefit from the educational experience if they are not in school,” said Superintendent Andy Comstock. “Our former policies and procedures said that children should be in school, but provided no supports or consequences when students were excessively absent.” Mr. Comstock worked with administrators, teachers, business leaders and parents to develop a new policy and procedures. All District schools will use this policy which applies to children in grades K-12. The Board of Education approved the new policy, JED, in June.

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  • D32 campus is a work in progress

    Staff at Perry County School District 32 will welcome back their 2,300 students Thursday to a campus that’s undergone a great deal of change over summer break. “We’re a work in progress,” said Superintendent Andy Comstock, “with many projects and construction continuing on our 8-year Long Range Facilities Plan.”

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  • PES gets new drop-off lanes, will use SafeDismissal this year

    New traffic lanes and procedures will greet Perryville Elementary School parents on the first day of school. These changes are designed to provide additional safety and security, and better traffic flow.

    Comments (-1)

  • JV volleyball team wins Rib City tourney

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  • Shell of storm shelter installed

    The outer shell of the ICC-500 Compliant storm shelter has been installed on campus.

    Comments (-1)

  • Moll wins first place in Missouri in the National Missing Children’s Day poster contest

    Ava Moll, who will be a sixth grader at Perry County Middle School, won first place in Missouri in the National Missing Children’s Day poster contest.

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  • Kile signs with Lindenwood

    2018 Perryville High School graduate Joshua Kile has signed a letter of intent to throw for the Track and Field team at Lindenwood University in Belleville, Ill.

    Comments (-1)

  • Board approves primary center changes, recognizes students

    Perry County School District 32’s Board of Education approved changes to the primary center currently under construction and recognized students at its regular June 13 meeting.

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Quick Links

  • Parent Academy
  • 2018-19 Academic Calendar
  • Breakfast/Lunch Menu
  • Free/Reduced Lunch Application
  • 1:1 Chromebook Handbook
  • Campus Map
  • Weapons In School Policy JFCJ
  • Help For Homeless
  • Information about bedbugs
  • Job Opportunities
  • Get the D32 Mobile App
  • Parent Portal SISk12
  • Student Accident Insurance
  • CSIP at PCSD
  • Visit D32 Facebook Page
  • Professional Development Calendar for Teachers

  • Our Belief, Mission and Vision Statements

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Announcements

  • School starts Aug. 16

    The first day of classes for students at all District 32 schools is Thursday, Aug. 16. We can’t wait to see you!

    Comments (-1)

  • The District Mission

    We will empower students to learn and develop responsibility, attain college and career readiness, and live respectfully throughout their lives.

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  • Contact Us

    To contact the Central Office, Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent, please call 573-547-7500 Ext. 328.

    To contact the Board of Education, please call 573-547-7500 Ext. 328.

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Skip to Main Content
District Home

Register
ECEarly Childhood Center
PESElementary School
PCMSMiddle School
PHSHigh School
PACTCCareer and Tech Center

Upcoming Events

  • September 3, 2018

    No School – Labor Day

  • September 12, 2018

    7:00 PM
    Board of Education Meeting

  • September 20, 2018

    12:00 PM – 7:30 PM
    Parent-Teacher Conferences – No School

  • September 21, 2018

    No School – East Perry Fair

  • October 10, 2018

    7:00 PM
    Board of Education Meeting

  • October 12, 2018

    End of 1st Qtr

  • October 20, 2018

    PHS Homecoming

View Calendar

ADDRESS

326 College Street

Perryville, MO 63775

PHONE & FAX

573-547-7500 / 573-547-8572

s

Perry County School District 32

f
t
i
r

Headlines & Events

  • Adult programs offered at PACTC

    Perryville Area Career & Technology Center is again offering a variety of courses for adults this fall, ranging from welding to beading to first aid.

    Comments (-1)

  • District 32 launches Parent Academy

    First event is Chromebook 101 For Parents on Aug. 22, with Signs of Suicide session set for Sept. 6

    Comments (-1)

  • New attendance policy approved for 2018-19 school year

    Children can’t learn if they aren’t in class. Perry County School District 32 is reinforcing the importance of being in school with new attendance procedures for the 2018-19 school year. “Students cannot fully benefit from the educational experience if they are not in school,” said Superintendent Andy Comstock. “Our former policies and procedures said that children should be in school, but provided no supports or consequences when students were excessively absent.” Mr. Comstock worked with administrators, teachers, business leaders and parents to develop a new policy and procedures. All District schools will use this policy which applies to children in grades K-12. The Board of Education approved the new policy, JED, in June.

    Comments (-1)

  • D32 campus is a work in progress

    Staff at Perry County School District 32 will welcome back their 2,300 students Thursday to a campus that’s undergone a great deal of change over summer break. “We’re a work in progress,” said Superintendent Andy Comstock, “with many projects and construction continuing on our 8-year Long Range Facilities Plan.”

    Comments (-1)

  • PES gets new drop-off lanes, will use SafeDismissal this year

    New traffic lanes and procedures will greet Perryville Elementary School parents on the first day of school. These changes are designed to provide additional safety and security, and better traffic flow.

    Comments (-1)

  • JV volleyball team wins Rib City tourney

    Comments (-1)

  • Shell of storm shelter installed

    The outer shell of the ICC-500 Compliant storm shelter has been installed on campus.

    Comments (-1)

  • Moll wins first place in Missouri in the National Missing Children’s Day poster contest

    Ava Moll, who will be a sixth grader at Perry County Middle School, won first place in Missouri in the National Missing Children’s Day poster contest.

    Comments (-1)

  • Kile signs with Lindenwood

    2018 Perryville High School graduate Joshua Kile has signed a letter of intent to throw for the Track and Field team at Lindenwood University in Belleville, Ill.

    Comments (-1)

  • Board approves primary center changes, recognizes students

    Perry County School District 32’s Board of Education approved changes to the primary center currently under construction and recognized students at its regular June 13 meeting.

    Comments (-1)

more

Quick Links

  • Parent Academy
  • 2018-19 Academic Calendar
  • Breakfast/Lunch Menu
  • Free/Reduced Lunch Application
  • 1:1 Chromebook Handbook
  • Campus Map
  • Weapons In School Policy JFCJ
  • Help For Homeless
  • Information about bedbugs
  • Job Opportunities
  • Get the D32 Mobile App
  • Parent Portal SISk12
  • Student Accident Insurance
  • CSIP at PCSD
  • Visit D32 Facebook Page
  • Professional Development Calendar for Teachers

  • Our Belief, Mission and Vision Statements

    Comments (-1)

Announcements

  • School starts Aug. 16

    The first day of classes for students at all District 32 schools is Thursday, Aug. 16. We can’t wait to see you!

    Comments (-1)

  • The District Mission

    We will empower students to learn and develop responsibility, attain college and career readiness, and live respectfully throughout their lives.

    Comments (-1)

  • Contact Us

    To contact the Central Office, Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent, please call 573-547-7500 Ext. 328.

    To contact the Board of Education, please call 573-547-7500 Ext. 328.

    Comments (-1)

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