If you are new to Perry Harrison and would like a building tour, they will be on the following Thursdays this summer at 9:00 am. Please meet in the front lobby area and we will have you sign in.
Your child will become a Robotic Pet Vet™ using tools, circuitry, biology and physiology to take apart and diagnose puppy problems. Campers then celebrate the homecoming of their customized robotic pet as they demonstrate design engineering concepts in the construction of a new dog park attraction!
In Mod My Mini Mansion™ your child will dream up and design their very own futuristic smart home filled with gadgets, LEDs and technology – from exploring renewable sources to binary coding, this take-home mini mansion will make architecture concepts unforgettable!
Campers will launch into the future with their very own Optibot™ – a small self-driving bot that senses change in light, as children go on an exploration adventure fueled by aerial, aquatic and land transportation technology!
Daily challenges will inspire your young innovator to Stick To It™ using collaboration, discovery and invention prototyping to solve real world issues. Whether it’s through the lens of a physicist, engineer or entrepreneur, campers explore chemistry with magnetic slime, trajectory in a catapult challenge, and the exciting testing of mechanical gears and their robotic arm creations!
Building tours will be the first Friday of each month at 11:00 am.
Help Us Celebrate Outstanding Alumni!
Chatham County Schools is seeking nominations for our inaugural Distinguished Alumni Awards Program. Each current Chatham County Schools high school will have one Distinguished Alum recognized during the 2017 commencement ceremonies with a commemorative certificate, time for a brief speech, and their name engraved on a plaque inside the school.
We need YOUR help to nominate the Chatham County Schools grad you think most exemplifies someone who has been outstanding at their profession, serving the community, or has shown notable sustained dedication to Chatham County Schools.
Find out all the details and fill out an application online at: http://bit.ly/ccsalum17
Needed: Substitute Bus Drivers
We are striving to build our pool of available substitute bus drivers. Chatham County Schools will offer a bus driver class on October 26, 27 & 29 at the Central Office South Conference Room (Horton Middle School) from 9:00am to 3:00pm each day. If you or someone you know may be interested in taking the course, please contact assistant principal John Heath at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-967-9925, ext. 35232.
Morning and Afternoon Traffic Patterns
PHS AFTERNOON CAR LINE TRAFFIC PATTERN CHANGES
· Each day we will close the traditional front driveway entrance from approximately 2:30-3:15. During this time frame, cars will enter via the traditional driveway exit and proceed through the upper parking lot. An additional lane has been added to this part of the driveway to accommodate the traffic pattern.
· Two car rider queue lines will extend from the front of the school through the upper parking lot. Drivers that intend to pick up car riders will join and follow one of the two queue lines.
· No procedural changes will occur for picking up students and exiting the driveway.
· Individuals that wish to park and access the school or leave campus between approximately 2:30-3:15 are advised to utilize the gravel parking lot on the corner of Hamlet Chapel Road and River Rd, and follow the pathway that extends through the wooded area. Please use the front door(Main Entrance).
PHS MORNING CAR LINE TRAFFIC PATTERN
Student Artwork on display at State Employee's Credit Union
Ms. Erin Boecke, PHS Teacher of the Year
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