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Decision Day 2018Celebrating our graduating class and their continuing education!
Several students posing and smiling wearing their college shirts
Ohio Governor's Youth Art ExhibitionPerrysburg High School’s regional winners pictured here were selected for state judging.
Students holding up their artwork
PHS Student Council recently held its annual “Froshfest” for incoming freshmen!The 8th graders got to see PHS through the eyes of high school students, while getting a taste of what their next four years will be like. They played games, went on a school tour, participated in discussion groups and talked to members of different clubs and sports.
An older student talks to younger students sitting around in a circle
PHS Career Day a Success!Thank you to the more than 70 volunteers who came to share their careers with students!
Over 70 volunteers standing together outside of the school smiling
HPI Environmental Club recently visited 577 FoundationHeather Gallant, Executive Director, taught students about the conservation efforts and mission of the Foundation
Adult talking with a group of students in a garden
Board of Education recognizes Girls Soccer TeamOHSAA Division I State Runner Up! Congratulations, Jackets!
Girls in the soccer team pose with their medals and trophy with their coach, athletic director and a representative from the board of education
After School Visual Journal WorkshopMembers of Mrs. Meghan Yarnell’s Junior High 6th Grade Art Class went on an after school trip to Gathering Volumes Bookstore, where they had a Visual Journal Workshop!
7 students and teacher sitting around a table with bookstore in background
Board of Ed recognizes Resident Educator Summative Assessment Top 100 AwardeesCongratulations Corinne Roach, Brittney Murphy and Grace Hanna!
Three teachers pose with a staff member and a board member
Parent Club & Gathering Volumes bring Author to WoodlandHolly L. Niner, award-winning picture book author, gave a presentation to all Woodland Elementary School students and then spent some time with those participating in the Young Author’s program.
A group of students with their teacher pose in a classroom with the author
Perrysburg Board of EducationThank you for your service Eric Benington, Jarman Davis, Sue Larimer, Gretchen Downs and Ray Pohlman!
Perrysburg Board of Educations members smiling with packages of thank-you notes
Importance of Mathematics in the Business WorldGuest speaker David Wilton, a Senior Financial Analyst for Key Bank, went through a case study on “Systems of Equations” showing PJHS students how he uses mathematical concepts taught in Algebra 1 in his everyday job.
Mr. Wilton talks with students working in a small group
Students recognized for Perfect ScoresThe Board of Education recognized 29 students in grades 6 through 9 for achieving perfect scores on one or more of the state assessments in Spring 2017!
Group photo of smiling students at the board meeting holding up their certificates.
Thank you Perrysburg Township Police Department for organizing this donation!Perrysburg Township Police Department, along with FedEx Cares, Modern Woodmen, Walmart and private donors, again made a generous donation of school supplies to Perrysburg and Rossford School Districts.
Members of Perrysburg Township Police Department and school district representatives pose with donated supplies in front of police station
Retirees & Staff honor Former Principal’s Contribution to Students in NeedWhen former Woodland Principal Mr. Larry Studer retired in 1993, in lieu of a retirement gift, he asked that donations be used to help Woodland children. Annually, the Studer Foundation helps about 30 families. Mr. Studer and his wife recently visited and were surprised to see over 20 retired staff members were on hand to surprise him!
Woodland staff, retirees and Former Principal Larry Studer
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PHS Temporary Evacuation on 5/21/18

Just after 11:20 a.m. today, Monday, May 21st, 2018, a gas smell was detected inside Perrysburg High School. The building was temporarily evacuated to the Churchill Track. The Perrysburg Fire Department was called, evaluated the building and issued an all clear for students to return at 11:40 a.m. Early indications are the source of the smell came from outside the building.

A modified class schedule was carried out for the remainder of the day.

2018-19 School Year Registration

Registration for all new students to Perrysburg Schools for the 2018-19 school year is now open. Junior high and high school students who plan to transfer to Perrysburg Schools next school year are particularly encouraged to register soon for scheduling purposes. Returning students do not need to take any action at this time as that scheduling is being handled at the school level. Please click on this link for more information.

Frank Elementary School ROCKS!

Students at Frank Elementary School are participating in a positive, uplifting initiative. Many may already be familiar with the “Perrysburg Rocks” movement, which was started by some Perrysburg High School students. Last summer, these students painted 60+ rocks and hid them throughout the community. Now, Frank students are a part of this movement.

Information re: 13 Reasons Why

As we shared at the beginning of the school year, a Netflix series that raised some concerns portraying suicide named 13 Reasons Why debuted last year, and now the second season is about to be released. Preventing youth suicide is paramount, and we would like to make sure you are aware of this program and also offer you resources. We are here to answer any questions you may have and will help in any way that we can.

Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – May 2018 Edition

We hope you enjoy our monthly eNewsletter, spotlighting excellence in our programs, students and employees!

Madelene Kish to receive Mr. and Mrs. William Block, Jr. Scholarship

This scholarship, awarded first in 2017, provides ten $4,000 scholarship awards annually to individuals who graduate from a high school located in Wood or Lucas County who are pursuing a two or four-year undergraduate degree at Bowling Green State University, Lourdes University, Owens Community College or The University of Toledo.

Two PJHS Teams ranked Superior at Mock Trial Showcase

Junior High Students from across the state gathered at the Ohio Supreme Court Building in Columbus during the month of April to compete in the Ohio Center for Law Related Education Mock Trial Showcase. Perrysburg Junior High sent two teams to try the case of Rhode Island v. Charlotte Doyle, adapted from the historical novel The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi.
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