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Safety in Our Schools


The Peru Central School District has made great efforts to create a safe environment for students to learn in and for teachers to teach in. Public schools across the country have taken a look at their physical security systems in a multitude of ways. Many schools including Peru have started to limit access to their buildings by locking all unmonitored doors and requiring all visitors to check in at the main offices. Visitors are now issued district identification that they are required to wear while they are on campus. We have installed surveillance cameras in the hallways, gymnasiums, cafeteria, parking lots and on each of the school buses. We’ve hired security guards in the evening to allow community members in the school, whereas in the past, after school it was near impossible to get into the school once the office staff left for the day. We want our buildings open to our community, but with some order and safe practices.

Topics covered:

  • – Liaison with Law Enforcement and First Responders
  • – Cyber-Safety
  • – Social Media Scanning
  • – Integration with Emails
  • – ShareIt
  • – School Safety with Enhanced Drills

Peru CSD Capital Project 2021


There are three “pillars” to the proposed district-wide capital
project: the restoration of exterior essentials such as roofs, pavement,
and playgrounds; the renovation of obsolete or outdated infrastructure
such as heating & cooling systems, communication systems, plumbing
fixtures, windows and lighting; and the rejuvenation of existing space
such as the K-2 House kitchen, 3-5 House Library, 3-5 House Art Room,
and select High School Science and Art Rooms.

 

A highlight of the proposed project will be the conversion of an existing
gym space into a two-level fitness center overlooking the Middle School
gym. This fitness center will include space for weight lifting equipment,
cardiovascular fitness equipment, and a wrestling/fitness studio. The
intent is to permit public access to this facility in an eff ort to promote
wellness and fitness within the community.




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The Board of Education approved the reopening of the Elementary School (Primary and Intermediate) to five full days of instruction starting Monday, May 3, 2021.  The Middle and High School  will remain on the newly revised schedule which increases live instruction to five(5) days over a 10 day period.

 

School will not be in session from May 26th through May 31st, due to unused snow days and the Memorial Day holiday.  Classes will resume June 1st.