Perryton Independent School District
821 SW 17th Ave., Perryton, Tx 79070
Phone: 806-435-5478  •  Fax: 806-435-4689
What's New


Event Calendar                   2014-2015 Calendar

WEBSITE UPGRADE: Our website is getting a facelift! During the upgrade,(Oct 28-30) we will be limited on publishing new items. Keep checking to see our new look.
Top of PageRangers vs Iowa Park


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Top of PageFCCLA has been busy!

The FCCLA Chapter at PHS has been very active! CLICK FOR DETAILS

Top of PageOct 19--25 is National Safe Schools Week
Visitor Kiosk Adds Security To Campuses

Visitors to any of the PISD Campuses have no doubt noticed new entry procedures.  Everyone entering our schools must check-in at the office first.  As part of the new procedure, there is a new "Visitor Kiosk" in each school office. The kiosk will scan each visitor's drivers license and print out a visitor badge for them to wear while they are on campus. As added security, visitors are required to leave their driver's license with the front desk staff.  This allows them to keep track of who is still in the building in the event of an emergency.

While this may be a slight inconvenience for visitors, we feel that it's worth it to protect the safety of our children.

Top of PageFire Prevention Week

October 6-10 was Fire Prevention Week.  PISD Elementary and Kinder students had programs with the Perryton Fire Department.

The fire truck came to Williams & Wright See Photos Here
Kinder Students went to the Fire Station See Photos Here
Top of PagePHS/FPC Welding Program
New at PHS this year is the Welding Program, a joint effort of Perryton High School and Frank Phillips College.  Students in the welding program receive valuable workforce training along as well as earning dual credit toward high school graduation and a head start on an Associates Degree at FPC.  READ MORE
Top of PageFamily, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Become Peer Educators
Austin, Texas- During the October 4-5, 2014 weekend, three hundred (300) FCCLA members and advisors from across Texas were at the Omni Dallas Hotel at Park West, 1590 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, Texas, training in one of the following areas:
*STOP the Violence- Students Taking on Prevention- a peer to peer outreach initiative empowering young people to recognize, report, and reduce the potential for youth violence.
Financial Fitness; Childhood Obesity; Civic Engagement; Teen Safe Driving

Top of PagePISD Accounting "Superior Achievement"
Perryton ISD has earned a "Superior Achievment" recognition from the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas.  aka "School FIRST".

District CFO, Doug Kile said that the district financial records were evaluated on 20 different criteria,
and excelled in all areas. (CLICK HERE)

Congratulations to Mr. Kile and his staff for doing a SUPERIOR job managing the district's finances!

Top of PageRangerette Volleyball VS Bushland
Top of PageWright, Williams, PHS Open Houses
Top of PageBreakfast Buddies
Top of PageFPC Donates Welding Equipment
Top of PagePJH Library On The Move!

 Patti Peil teacher at Wright Elementary, is a winner in Horace Mann's EdTech Survival Kit Giveaway.  Peil received an iPad mini, Beats Solo or Tour headphones and a $50 gift card to buy her favorite classroom apps. Read More

Top of PageCross Country at Palo Duro Lake Oct. 11
Top of PageRangers vs Childress 9/5/14
Top of PageRangers vs Dumas 8/29/14
Top of PageCommunity-Wide Pep Rally
Top of Page2014 Accountability Summary

Perryton ISD received the summary report of accountability testing for the 2013-2014 school year from the Texas Education Agency. All campuses met all required standards.  (see attached)

Additionally, Perryton High School was recognized with 5 stars for academic achievement in Reading/ELA, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Postsecondary Readiness.  READ MORE

Top of PageBreaking News & Social Media

Top of PageEnterovirus D68 & Ebola
Helpful information about Enterovirus D68 & Ebola is available on the
PISD Health Services Page

Top of PageGood News Public Schools in TX
Stop Doubting Texas' Graduation Numbers
by Michael Marder, Physics professor at UT-Austin

Yes, Texas is at the top. Not just in job creation. And not just in oil and gas.

Top of PageNews Makers
Top of PageSomething to think about...

University Interscholastic League

Dear Fan,

You walk up to the stadium or field ready to see a clash between your high school team and your most hated rival. You pull out your hard earned cash for that ticket, that golden ticket that allows you to a seat where you plan to "help" your team with constant berating of the opposing team and officials. You feel it is your duty as a fan to do everything you can for your team, and your role is to call it like you see it from 50 feet away in the stands. 

Read More

Top of PagePATHWAYS Fund Raiser
In conjunction with the five-year reunion, chances to win a PHS quilt will be raffled, with proceeds to benefit the Pathways scholarship program. The quilt will be made from PHS T-shirts of any era and type (sports, music, general, etc.).  If you have a T-shirt you would like to donate to this project, please take it by the Pathways office at FPC-Allen Campus or mail it to Pathways at Box 179 in Perryton.  Please submit your shirts by November 15. Not all shirts will be used, and shirts cannot be returned.

Top of PageVacant Positions
Top of PageMy Lunch Money

Add Money to your child's Cafeteria Account:

My Lunch Money

Top of PageStayAlert
To anonymously report bullying or another school safety issue, use link below

Top of PageWebmaster
We are working hard to make our website a useful tool to our Students, Parents, Staff and Community.

If there is something that you would like to see on this site, please contact:
Darin Clark
Communications Director / Webmaster
Office: 806-435-5478 Ext: 233
Cell number: 806-202-4740

Top of PageCurrent Conditions
Top of PagePISD Mision Statement
Our resolve is to integrate students, teachers, parents and community in a highly motivated, positive learning process. It is our intent to involve all cultures, to increase opportunities for parental involvement through constant communication of student progress, reward strong character and positive attitude and celebrate academic achievement. Consequently, students will be motivated to make informed, responsible choices and become life-long learners and productive members of society. 
Perryton Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities.  The following person has been designated to handle complaints and/or inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:

Title IX and Age Act of 1975:
Keith Langfitt, Assistant Superintendent for Special Programs, Curriculum and Instruction
821 SW 17th Ave.; Perryton, Texas 79070
(806) 435-5478 ext. 227

Title II, Section 504:
Marsha Murphy, Director of Special Education
402 S. Amherst; Perryton, Texas 79070
(806) 435-4412

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