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image 38 W. Church Street
Fairport, NY 14450
Phone: (585) 421-2000
©2014 Fairport Central School District

JP was recognized as School-To-Watch  2013
JP was recognized as School-To-Watch 2013

         Johanna Perrin Middle School

 Kevin Henchen                  


School Hours: 7:55 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.

Contact Us:

85 Potter Place
Fairport, NY 14450
Main Office: (585) 421-2080
Fax: (585) 421-2097

Attendance: (585) 421-2083
School Nurse: (585) 421-2082
Counseling: (585) 421- 2084

Johanna Perrin Middle School:

  • Reinforces the CARE principles and 40 Developmental Assets
  • Is developmentally appropriate
  • Is academically challenging and fosters a literacy rich learning environment
  • Believes in Professional Learning Communities that focus upon student learning
  • Values the partnership between home, school and the community  

October 2014 Focus

Doing what is right, even when that choice is difficult to make; following one’s conscience and moral principles; being accountable for the consequences of your choices, actions and attitudes.

Asset #30—Responsibility—Young person accepts and takes personal responsibility.
Asset #31—Restraint—Young person believes it is important not to be sexually active or to use alcohol or other drugs.
Asset #35—Resistance Skills—Young person can resist negative peer pressure and dangerous situations.


First Day at JP!

» German National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

» Picture Makeup

» Gr. 7-9 Chamber Combined Orchestra Rehearsal

» German National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

» Halloween

» Daylight Saving Time Ends

» Fall Orchestra Concert Gr. 7-12

» JV & Varsity Winter Sports Begin
» Workshop

» Veterans Day

» Freshman, Modified A & B Winter Sports Begin

» Board of Education Meeting

» Wall of Distinction Induction
» Jazz Charity Concert

» G2K Once Upon A Mattress

Cyber Awareness Workshop for parents, Oct. 22
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Fairport Central School District searches for new superintendent, for 2nd time
The Fairport Central School District has started the search process, for the second time, to hire a superintendent. The Fairport Board of Education ultimately decided that, while the first search during the 2013-2014 school year produced many good candidates, none of the candidates from that search were the best fit for Fair...

Respiratory illnesses currently in the news
The New York State Department of Health is advising parents and health care providers to be aware of the signs and symptoms of enteroviruses, common viruses that can cause respiratory illness. Enterovirus D68 or EV-D68 is a rare strain that has been seen in several states, including New York State. Most infected peo...

‘Red Ribbon Week’ celebrations with district & community, Oct. 19-25
In partnership with the Chemical Prevention Advisory Council (CPAC), the Fairport Central School District celebrates Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 19-25, to present a unified and visible commitment toward the creation of a drug-free community. Red Ribbon Week is the most successful drug prevention event ever held nationwide. Wear...

Fright Fest at Martha Brown Oct. 25-26
The Martha Brown Annual Fall Fright Fest, Oct. 25–26 at Martha Brown Middle School, is an event with fun and fear for the entire family! All proceeds will benefit the Megan Markus Fund, The Joey Fund and Martha Brown families in need. During the event there will be many activities for the entire family. Hours are ...

Brooks Hill students complete ‘Super Hero’ Reading Program
Students at Brooks Hill Elementary School recently completed their annual fall reading program – and used their super powers – by reading 107,000 minutes. The goal for the program, which is organized through the school’s PTA, was 100,000 minutes. As part of the program, students in grades K-5 read for at least 20 min...

Students leaf print as part of annual activity
Third-grader Lilly Poplawski paints leaves on a t-shirt at Jefferson Avenue Elementary School recently as part of the annual leaf printing activity in the animal/plant interactions curriculum. During the project, students collected leaves that they then applied paint to and printed onto a t-shirt. ...

TIES Program engages all students
The new TIES Program, which stands for ‘Together Including Every Student’, is bringing together students as both participants and volunteers. TIES gives participants and volunteers the opportunity to develop leisure skills, community and school connections and friendships. Participants are students with developmental d...

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