The Perkins County Schools homecoming royalty was announced last week at the homecoming pep rally on Friday, Sept. 21. Crowned King was Beau Wood, son of Brandon and Amanda Wood of Grant.
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Perkins County School students in the musical this weekend include (front row, l-r): Jarin Tines, Peyton Woodmancy and Beau Wood. Second row: Emme Sims, Jordan Mireles, Josh Malmkar, Jessie Craig, Kayla Wid and Jacob Woodmancy. Back row: Sophia Perez, Kayla Reichenberg, Jayden Huntsman, Sam McArtor, Summer Postlewait and Meghan Bishop. Not pictured: Matthew Wendell, Keshia Leeper, Maddy Ingold, Savannah Schmitt, Hannah Kempf and Matthew Aerni.
Perkins County Schools will be presenting Adventures of a Comic Book Artist this weekend, Sept. 22 and 23.
On Wednesday, Sept. 12, the FFA travelled to Bridgeport to compete in range judging. The contest consists of a junior division and a senior division.
Two months away from the general election, Ryan Hendricks has removed his name from the Perkins County School Board ballot.
Nine new members were inducted to the Perkins County Plainsmen Chapter of the National Honor Society on Thursday, Sept. 6. Deanne Bishop serves as the chapter adviser.