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About the Perry School

Learn about our mission, vision, student expectations, and what sets us apart.



The Perry K-6 School is a community working together to prepare our students for successful futures.  

We develop strong relationships with families and students to provide the best education for every child, every day.  


Our focus is to academically and socially advance our students through innovative experiences designed to positively promote the learning of the whole child.


Through an intentional focus on student-focused and grade-level standards aligned academic and social-emotional learning opportunities, we will continue to close our opportunity and achievement gaps.

Student ExpectatioNS

We have revamped our expectations for students, staff and community members to ensure that they are positive, asset-oriented and student-focused. Students who exemplify what it means to be S.H.A.R.K.S. are given Shark Bites (K-4) and Shark Cents (5 &6) on a daily basis to recognize their important work as role models for the community!

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We are excited to implement a school-wide Social Emotional Learning curriculum that aligns with our S.H.A.R.K.S. expectations! The Zones of Regulation provides an opportunity to teach students the skills towards developing awareness of their feelings/internal state and how to utilize a variety of tools and strategies for regulation, prosocial skills, self-care and overall wellness.

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During Covid, May Way Cafe will not be running.  Lunches are brought to the classroom.  

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  • Oceanfront outdoor classroom created by the Schoolyard Initiative

  • Sports/ physical education/ gymnasium

  • Outdoor urban garden

  • Science lab

  • Playground

  • Indoor and outdoor basketball courts

  • Wellness program, physical education and health

  • Inquiry-based science curriculum

  • Music, dance, and art programming

  • Special-needs programs

  • Projectors, Chromebook carts, iPad carts, and MacBook carts to support daily lessons

  • Robotics beginning in K1

  • Daily recess (supported by Doc Wayne in Grades 1-5)

  • Literacy and mathematics support

  • Reading buddies - middle school students partner with early elementary education students for weekly reading

  • School-wide focus on STEAM: science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics

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