Joyce Foury, Director
18677 Old State Road 37,  Leopold, IN  47551
Phone: 812 843-5122  |  Fax: 812 843-5242  |  E-Mail: jfoury@​

​Our families are the heart of the Perry Central community.  Family Outreach celebrates them with a variety of events and programs.  These are based on what parents have told us they want or need.  Some Family Outreach programs help families learn about important topics like achieving educational success or maintaining family wellness while others are designed to honor veterans or grandparents.  Each year we have programs where families can spend time together listening to music, making crafts and exercising and having fun as a family.  To help busy families on tight schedules many of the programs include a free meal. 
Outreach is also concerned with families in need and works to insure that needy students have what they need for school success through special projects like our school supply bank and food drives.

To make sure families know what is going on at Perry Central we have a monthly newsletter with upcoming events that is available on the school website and distributed to all elementary students.

Activities Sponsored by Family Outreach

Back to School Cookout ~ School and community groups come together in a school readiness event with lots of info and giveaways.   Families can meet new teachers have fun, and enjoy free food.

College 101 ~ Families of H.S. juniors and seniors learn what they need to do to prepare to make the transition to post-secondary studies.

Parent Teacher Conferences ~ Parent are invited to meet with their child’s teacher to check on student progress.

Fall Fest ~ Annual fundraiser for school groups featuring free and low cost games, activities, music and family fun.

Veterans Day ~ Local veterans are honored for their service with a patriotic program.

Candy Cane Carnival ~ Families are invited to make crafts, listen to seasonal music and enjoy holiday activities.

High School Orientation ~ Families of eighth graders learn about the multitude of classes offered at PCHS including internships and dual credit classes that enable students to get head start on college and employment.

Snowflake ~ Junior High students from all county schools came together for an afternoon of workshops on teen issues followed by pizza and dancing.

Health Fair/Family Wellness Night ~ Local health and wellness organizations join with medical personnel to help families learn about keeping fit and well.  Families can enjoy a free healthy meal and lots of fun activities.

Career Day ~ Students are introduced to the local job market by listening to community members on a variety of jobs and careers.  Local employers explain what skills they are looking for in new employees.

Grandparents Day ~ Student’s grandparents are invited to come to PC elementary for a morning of student presentations, school tours, a science fair and snacks.

Phone Book Drive ~ Students learn about recycling and help Family Outreach by collecting old phone books.

Pre-school/Kindergarten Roundups ~ Parents come with their children to register and learn what they need to begin school. Families meet with teachers, nurses, learn about bus routes and tour the school.

Summer Family Field Trips ~ Families are invited to go on low cost field trips to a variety of area attractions.

Junior High Orientation ~Families learn how to help students make the transition to Jr. High.


~ Parents are invited to help with special programs, classroom projects and field trips.

Helping Families in Need ~ We assist needy students through our School Supply Bank, Weekend Backpack Food Program, Holiday Helpers Program, Stuff the Bus and our annual food drives.

Community Resource Information ~ Families in need of info on local services can contact Family Outreach for help.

For Information on Family Outreach Programs and Projects contact:
Joyce Foury
P.C. Family Outreach Coordinator