Peregrine Push - Tuesday, October 1st from 3:30-5:00.
Peregrine Push is an oppurtunity for students to work with teachers to catch up on any missing work or get extra help on assignmensts.
I CAN. I WILL. I AM PEREGRINE.
Welcome to the Peregrine Wing, class of 2022! Peregrine students are identified by their maroon polos, but what IS a peregrine, exactly?
A peregrine is a type of falcon, and it is one amazing bird. Falconers (people who train and use falcons to hunt) prefer the peregrine because of its spectacular high-speed dives. These powerful birds can reach speeds of up to 200 mph or more as they dive for their prey.
The scientific name comes from the Latin words falco (hook-shaped) and peregrinus (to wander).
The peregrine falcon can be found on every continent except Antarctica and lives in a wide variety of habitats, including deserts, tropics, and tundra.
The falcon that represents the Peregrine wing is unique and extraordinary -- just like our students.
Peregrine Office Staff
- Jody Wright - Administrator
- Jonathon Egert - Administrator/Dean of Students
- Kim Callahan - Dean/Lead Teacher
- Kristen Fritts - School Counselor
- Shante Swain - Restorative Interventionist
- Justin Long - Project Grad
- Douglas Graves - English 2/African American Studies
- Jordan Shipley - Geometry/Dual Credit Statistics
- Shawn Walker - Biology/Anatomy and Physiology
- Melissa Conner - English 2 Co-Teacher
- Ryan McDonough - Geometry/Biology Co-Teacher
- Chris Ottinger - Government/AP Psychology
- Taylor Campbell - Genre Literature (Mystery)/English 2
- Austin Clow - Biology
- Jane Guinn - Spanish
- Emily Dalton - French