Reminder to drop off your work in the assigned space in the vestibule at Perham High School, door # 1. The doors will be open for drop off and pick up Monday thru Wednesday from 6:00 am – 10:00 pm
Students/Parents/Guardians will be required to pick up new material for the upcoming week and drop off completed work from the previous week only once per week on the same day (just exchange your envelopes with the completed work/flash drive with the envelope with the new work/flash drive. There will be 1 week’s worth of material in the envelope when it is picked up.
Each time an envelope is picked it it will include:
a) a flash drive with instructional material (videos, lectures, reading, etc) that will correspond to the assignments for that week
b) Paper format assignments (worksheets, quizzes, etc)
When an envelope is returned it needs to contain all the contents that were in it when it was picked up.
Please feel free to call the high school if you have any questions.
Student Academic Day Schedule: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (35 minute class periods.
(Review the course work for each class the night or a couple of days before)
Be sure to check in with ALL classes on a daily basis.
KEY: Review the LIVE COURSE SCHEDULE in which teachers will be holding classes through ZOOM or GOOGLE HANGOUTS. It is very important that you check into each one of those classes and follow proper etiquette/behavior that has been shared from staff.
ALL LIVE course formal lessons will take place during the regular block schedule. You will be invited to these LIVE lessons and other lessons outside of the academic day to support learning.
Time Assignment and Quiz/Test completion.
Contact Staff if you have any questions or concerns.
Congratulations to PHS Junior, Aurora Sauer, for receiving a Bronze Medal at the State Science Fair. The science fair was held virtually on March 26-28th. More than 400 students qualified for the state competition, from the 2500+ who participated at the regional level.
Aurora was also recognized by the Society for In Vitro Biology for her presentation, “Study of the Effects of Vaccine Preservatives on Cellular Development”.
Congratulations, Rory, we are so proud of you and your accomplishments!
Schools meals will be available for all childrens ages 18 and under during the time period that the Perham-Dent Schools are closed due to the COVID-19 related school closure. There is no cost for these meals.
Each family will be provided one meal per eligible child. Both breakfast and lunch can be given to the families at once. Meals must be picked up by a parent, guardian, or the student(s). Children do not need to be accompanied by an adult to receive food.
Grab and go meals are available at the sites listed below: (times and locations are subject to change based on usage)
Perham High School – Drive up at Door # 2 from 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Perham Alano Club at 43452 County Hwy 34 – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
St. Henry’s Area School – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
St. Paul’s Lutheran School – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wagon Wheel in Richville – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Ottertail Oasis in Ottertail City – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
City of Dent Community Center – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Home delivery is available for families that lack transportation or have medically fragile children. The school MUST have written consent by a parent or guardian prior to beginning home delivery of meals. In order to receive meals delivered to your home, please contact Kristi Werner at 218-346-6500, ext. 6517
MONDAY: Daisy Larson
WEDNESDAY: Myra King
THURSDAY: John Honer, Seth Jepson
FRIDAY: Jaden Cummings, Mason Hove, Michele Mazariegos
SATURDAY: Gareth Covington, Marcus Swentik
SUNDAY: Chayse Solberg, Kayla O’Rourke
MONDAY: No School
The chicken strips and corn dog will already be cooked, just warm it up or eat it cold. The bun will be wrapped separately.
FFA Week kick off with a feature film about a grain entrapment. “SILO” to be shown at 2:00 pm in the PHS Studio. Please RSVP to Shell Tumberg, Perham FFA Advisor at 218-346-6500, or by logging on to eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.com/signin/?referrer=%2Fmanage%2Fevents%2F93168981933%2Fdetails You can also find the event on Facebook
If you haven’t already done so – please fill out this senior link. As we near the end of the year, I would like to know how I can help you. Please take a minute to fill out this senior survey at this link by clicking here:
Hello, my name is Sidney and I am the Recruitment Specialist AmeriCorps Member at Conservation Corps MN & IA. We are a nonprofit dedicated to engage youth and young adults in meaningful service, leadership development, and environmental stewardship.
I am reaching out in hopes you will share our Increasing Diversity in Environmental Careers (IDEC) program relevant to your staff so they can forward this opportunity with their students via email.
This is a program open to high school seniors with an interest in natural resources who plan to enroll in an accredited two- or four- year institution in MN this fall and pursue a STEM degree. The IDEC program provides a unique opportunity for underrepresented students, specifically, women, rachial or ethnic minorities, and/or individual with disabilities to develop a career path through three components:
Fellowship: The fellowship provides students with a supportive community, yearly academic scholarship, and professional development.
Mentorship: The mentorship aims to enhance college success, encourage personal and professional development, and promote career advancement by pairing fellows with employees at one of the participating state agencies.
Internship: The full-time paid internship, which runs from May to August, allows fellows to learn more about environmental and natural resources career paths through paid, on-the-job experience.
We are actively accepting applications until May 15, 2020 and online information sessions are held this month and in May! We would also be happy to setup an online half-hour session for your students or make a “virtual visit” to classrooms during this time of distance learning.
Conservation Corps leadership is actively monitoring the current COVID-19 situation. We believe we can operate this program this fall and will make modifications as necessary in the interest of health and safety.
If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact me or May Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
800 Coney Street West
Perham, MN 56573