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MC Perry HS Hours and Schedules

Tuesdays are Early Release days

  Regular Hours Tuesday Hours
Office Hours 0730 - 1530  
School Hours 0745 - 1430 0745 - 1325
Bell Schedule (A or B) Days
1st Block 0745 - 0915 0745 - 0855
2nd Block 0920 - 1045 0900 - 1010
Lunch 1045 - 1130  
3rd Block 1135-1300 1015 - 1125
Early Release Lunch   1125 - 1210
4th Block 1305-1430 1215-1325
     

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March is Women’s History Month and we recognize the achievements of incredible women throughout American history. 

In 1981, Congress passed Public Law 97-28 which authorized and requested the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week." The following year, President Ronald Reagan issued Presidential Proclamation 4903 which proclaimed the week beginning on March 7, 1982 as the first "Women’s History Week.”

In 1987, through Public Law 100-9, the President was requested to issue a proclamation, Presidential Proclamation 5619, which encouraged U.S. citizens to observe Women’s History Month with appropriate observance activities. This Proclamation also expanded the week-long observance to "Women’s History Month," and further raised awareness of the achievements of American women.

This year, the 2021 Women’s History Month theme is: Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced

From the early days of women’s activism to our current day, women have continued to exercise their constitutional right to vote, and like many groups, women have protested and marched to attain that right. As a result of their efforts, women are now in the legislatures of each state; have held the office of governor; have held office in the U.S. Congress; and even reached the highest level in the executive branch of government, as Vice President of the United States. These accomplishments would not have occurred if women did not have the right to vote.

Join DoDEA in celebrating the contributions of so many incredible women throughout our nation’s history.

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Holocaust Remembrance

Holocaust Remembrance

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Air Force JROTC students land Flight Academy scholarships

Air Force JROTC students land Flight Academy scholarships

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The Month of the Military Child

The Month of the Military Child

March 29, 2021 DoDEA joins the Department of Defense and the military community in honoring military families and their children for the sacrifices they make and the challenges they overcome.
Observances
2021 DoDEA Customer Satisfaction Survey PSA

2021 DoDEA Customer Satisfaction Survey PSA

March 15, 2021 The DoDEA Customer Satisfaction Survey is your chance to help us improve the educational experience for all of our students. The survey is available from March 15th through April 9th. Take the survey today!
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M.C. Perry HS

School Address
PSC 561 Box 1874
FPO, AP 96310-0019
Japan
Phone: 253-5449
Fax: 253-4600
DSN Phone: 253-5449
DSN Fax: 253-4600
From US: 011-81-827-79-5449
From the US Fax: 011-81-827-79-4600

Local Japanese Address: MCAS 

Iwakuni Kichi-Nai, Bldg.9550 2-Chome Misumi-Cho, Iwakuni-Shi Iwakuni, Yamaguchi-ken, JP 740-0025

School Mission

"Educate,Engage,and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world".

School Vision

"Excellence in Education for Every Student, Every Day, Everywhere."