Posted by ABC News on Tuesday, April 20, 2018 05:15:52In this case, it is a transcript from the school year 2006.
In this case the transcript is in the Washington Post, and it is from the year 2007.
It was published in the April 6, 2007 edition.
The school transcript shows Perry High’s freshman class was not selected to win a state title in 2009.
It is unclear why the students were not selected.
Perry has been ranked by The Washington Times as the most successful high school in the nation, but the school has not been ranked in the top 10 for years.
In a tweet on Monday, Perry’s superintendent, Ed Wilson, confirmed the school’s record was wrong.
He said Perry’s transcript was correct and he had no further comment.
The Washington Post’s Perry M. Daubert tweeted on Monday that he found it interesting that the Perry transcript shows the students that Perry had not selected as finalists to win the state title.
He added: Perry is a very, very good school.
It’s a very competitive school.
I find it interesting the Perry transcripts don’t show the students who were not chosen for the state championship.
Daubert, a former Perry student, also noted that the school had not released the Perry student transcript to the public.
Dausbert posted a tweet saying he has been able to access the Perry High transcript.
Daurit tweeted that he had found a way to see the Perry-area transcript, which he said was a public school district transcript.
He wrote that the district released a public transcript for the years 2005 and 2006.
He also tweeted that a Perry teacher at the school told him that the transcript had not been released to the district.
Dausbert wrote that he also found out that the Washington Times had published the Perry school transcript.
The Washington-based newspaper said on Monday it had published a transcript of the 2005-06 yearbook.
The Perry transcript had been published on the district’s website and other media outlets, but had not yet been publicly released to readers.
The transcript showed that Perry students were still selected for the title.
The district released the district transcript on Monday.
Wilson said the district is still reviewing the information, and he did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Perry’s public school website showed that the 2011-12 school yearbook has a section about the 2009-10 graduating class, but no mention of the 2009 state title, and a section that says the district did not award the state school title to any of the Perry students.
On Twitter, Wilson called the fact that the document had not previously been published a “mistake” and added that Perry’s students were indeed selected as a state champion.
He also noted the school transcript contained the districtwide school record that showed Perry students had not won the state.
He said he was working to get the transcript released to students, including those who were selected for Perry’s state title but were not awarded the title themselves.
He added that it is the school district’s goal to have all the information released to parents and students, who will have the opportunity to view it, and to get it into the public domain.