Bryson Principal, Mr. Eric Wilson: Favorite part of summer break? My wife and I spent nine days traveling through S. Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. Thoughts about upcoming year? I am very excited about this year, which is my 4th year in Bryson. We have finished all construction on campus and are ready to get started.
Jacksboro High Principal, Mr. Brad Burnett: Favorite part of summer break? My family and I took a trip through Arizona and saw the Grand Canyon. Thoughts about the upcoming year? I am excited about the staff we have this year and can’t wait to get started.
Jacksboro Middle School Principal, Mrs. Sara Mathis: Favorite part of summer break? Just spending time with my family. Thoughts about the upcoming year? This year we are adding a new Avid Organization program to help all the students get more organized and prepared for High School.
Jacksboro Elementary Principal, Mrs. Angie Myrick: Favorite part of summer break? My family and I spent 13 days traveling through 8 states in the mid-west. Oh, and of course getting to go to Harvard. Thoughts about the upcoming year? I am very excited about our new staff members. This year we have a music/art teacher.
Perrin Elementary School Principal, Amy Salazar Favorite part of summer
My brother, two sisters, myself and our spouses decided to sell fireworks this summer. While the days were long, hot, and busy we had a great time together. We met many new people and enjoyed visiting with lots of local folks. The fireworks venture was successful and a tradition we plan to continue each summer.
I am extremely pleased with the staff and programs I have in place for the 2015-2016 school year. Creating learners today, leaders tomorrow and pirates forever will be the goal that guides instruction and campus culture this year. With the help of parents our students are going to have a successful educational experience and become self-confident leaders who are proud to be Perrin Pirates!
David Tarver, Perrin Jr High and High School Principal
What was my favorite part of summer?
Actually, being able to rejuvenate! I like to be able to prepare for the upcoming year, but I enjoy being able to do it in a realxed atmosphere.
Thoughts for the upcoming year
My vision is to have a thriving climate. Perrin students have had much success in many things the last few years and we want to build on that and see growth. Success breeds success. I am looking forward to seeing what all they accomplish.
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Meet the Teacher – Perrin Elementary
Kids and parents gathered with teachers and other faculty on Thursday, August 20th to prepare for the first day of school. The halls were filled with (mostly) the laughter of kids (and moms) as the excitement began to build. Although there were a few that were, perhaps, reluctant…the overall feeling was that the kids were ready to get going and looking forward to the school year.
Perrin Pre-K “Day 1”
Photo courtesy of Amy Salazar
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?!?!?
The Jacksboro FFA get ready for the first game at Tiger Stadium. Hoping that the crowd will show up hungry, ag teachers Kevin Thomas and Gage Graybill prepare the concession stand.
The first Pep Rally of the year brought a theme of “Super Heroes”, including a tribute to the local Law Enforcement.
Football players giving Elementary kids “High Five”
“BEST DRESSED” Troy Mitchell, Trinity Reynolds, Katie Forbus, Brooke Fagan, Ethan Fudge, Alexis Easley, Kellyn Mitchell, and Darby Sherrod
Random Pirate Pics (Photos by Jo Brumfield)
Perrin Cross Country
New High School Principal, Mr. Tarver
Bryson Homecoming (part 1)
Jr. High Football
Tiger Pride: Healthcare
Judges Choice: Class of 1985
Classes: 4th place receiving $25 – Juniors; 3rd place receiving $50 – Freshman; 2nd place receiving $75 – Seniors; 1st place receiving $100 – Sophomores.