Miller Perry Elementary School
904 Fordtown Road
Kingsport, TN 37663
Fax: (423) 354-1766
Ms. Angie Baker
Regular Day - 8:25am - 3:25pm
Half Day - 8:25am - 11:55am
Since the weather caused us to have another winter break, the Yearbook Pre-Sale has been extended until March 20. Your student should have brought home an envelope for yearbook money in January. The cost is $23 and you can make checks payable to Miller Perry. All payments should be turned into Mrs. Cowan in the office. Please make sure that you specify which student you are purchasing a yearbook for. There will be a very limited amount of yearbooks to purchase when they come in so make sure you participate in the pre-sale!
The Miller Perry Cookbook "Baking with BOBCATS!" has been a huge success!! We would like to thank the CTE graphic arts students at Central High School, who published our cookbooks. Many thanks to those CTE students and their teacher, Ms. Rhonda Flanery.
This website is Tennessee's "one stop shop for families to raise healthy and happy kids of all ages." You can search for and find information from four main sections: Health, Education, Development, and Support. You will also be able to access a directory of state-operated and state-funded services for children and families. Please visit kidcentraltn.com to learn more!!
We encourage parents to sign the picture release form each year to allow us to showcase your child on our school and class websites.
Miller Perry held their annual Scripps' Spelling Bee on Wednesday, Jan. 14. The students who participated were Kaylyn Leilich- 5th, Gerald Stults- 4th, Delaney Chase-4th, Susannah Norton-5th, Arian Mauk-3rd, Grayson Manis- 4th, Amanda Lick – 3rd, Charlie Learoyd-3rd and Jackson Lester-5th. Susannah Norton finished in second place. The Miller Perry Spelling Bee Champ for 2014-2015 is Arian Mauk. The winning word was hayloft. Arian will be registered with the Knoxville News Sentinel and may compete in Knoxville in March. Thanks to the following people for serving as Spelling Bee judges: Mrs. Evelyn Rafalowski from the Sullivan County Department of Education, Mr. Justin Mann from the Miller Perry PTA Executive Board, and Mrs. Angie Stanley from the Sullivan County Commission.
Father and son team Justin and Alic Mann competed in the Swim for Them on September 13, 2014 at the Kingsport Aquatic Center. Swim for Them is a charitable event in which swimmers raise funds for causes that inspire their passions. Founded in 2010, Swim for Them has grown from 3 participants to 48 raising over $68,000 along the way. This year, Justin and Alic swam for Miller Perry, raising over $1000.00 for the school.
Justin and Alic Mann present the check from Swim for Them to Dr. Angie Baker.