Career Center teacher withdraws from Perry


On Nov. 12, Toni Horn,work as the career teacher, left to pursue another career. She will be working with incarcerated people in helping them look for jobs after they are released from jail. 

Since the career center is closed, students have had to go to their guidance counselor for information or issues about the college/university, scholarship opportunity, or careers.

By January, the Center is expected to reopen, according to assistant principal Joe Greene. Greene hired a new person who will be running the Career Center. She is coming from Mountain View High School in Mesa. 

Recently, the class of 2019 had earned $27,724,336 in scholarships, much of which was initiated from assistance from the Career Center and Horn.