Important District Communication 9/25/20

It is with great sadness that I must inform you that a Perry High School student has passed away. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to our student’s family and friends.  As information begins to circulate within our student body and community, we feel it is imperative that you receive reliable information from our district. It is important to inform you at this time that this tragedy was non-COVID-19 related. School counselors and other school-based mental health providers are available to assist our students in their time of need during the grieving process. Caring for our student’s physical and mental health has never been more important. We encourage our families to speak with their children and offer ongoing support and guidance.  Additional resources are listed below and can also be accessed at or

Crisis Intervention & Recovery Center – 24/7 Help – 330.452.6000
Crisis Intervention (Youth Mobile – comes to home) – 330.452.6000
Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 24/7 Help – 1.800.273.8255
Opiate Hotline 330.454-HELP (4357)
Children’s Protective Services – 330.455.5437
Text for Hope – 24/7 Help – 741-741
Perry Police Department – 330.478.5121 (call 911 for 24/7 help)
Perry Fire Department – 330.833.3865 (call 911 for 24/7 help

Scott A. Beatty
Perry Local Schools
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