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Dec 10: Final Day for Graduation Orders - before school
in the Commons
Congratulations to the following Students of the Month for
Maumee-BG Elks Club ~ Nicole Stepp,
Brendan Graves and Olivia Thomas
Exchange Club ~ Allison
ESC ~ George
Tim Horton's ~ Mackenzie Slee
- Please Note: Students who are
feeling ill need to be seen in the clinic before a parent/guardian is contacted
for pickup or dismissal due to illness. Students should not text/call a parent
for pickup, but should go to the school clinic. The nurse or school personnel
will contact the parent/guardian if the student needs to go home.
- FRIENDLY REMINDER TO ALL
STUDENTS FROM THE PHS HANDBOOK:
Large purses and book bags are to be kept in the student’s locker throughout the school day. One laptop case or bag of similar size may be carried.
The dimensions of the one bag you may carry should be no larger than 16” x 11” x 3”.
WITH THE UPCOMING SHOPPING
SEASON, TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO CHECK THE DIMENSIONS OF THE PURSE/BAG YOU ARE
CARRYING AND LOOK FOR ONE THAT MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS. CHECK IN THE MAIN
OFFICE IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE.
Jackets come out and support
your hockey team on Dec. 13th, as they face the maumee panthers. After the game
skate with your yellow jacket team; skate rental will be available....#beethere
You know what time
it? Exam time! You know what that means? Stress time? No! The Spanish Club is hosting a study session
to help you prepare for your Spanish Exams. There will be teachers and students
that will help you prepare for your exams and stop you from sweating and
stressing! The study session will be on Mon. Dec. 9, in Room 170 (Profe
Steele's room) right after school. It will end around 4:30.
- Attention any girl interested in playing softball this year, there will be an informational meeting on
Wednesday, December 11, after school in Mr. Henline's room #120
- Seniors! -
There will be a panel of recent PHS alums coming to talk to YOU about their
college experiences next Wednesday, December 11th during 1st period in the
Auditorium. We have students from BG, Cincinnati, Ohio State, Owens, and Walsh
University on the panel. They will be talking all things college life -
academics, clubs, sports, dining halls, residence halls, etc. so if you are
wondering what college life is REALLY like - sign up to attend through the link
posted on Schoology!
- It's the season of
giving! Jacket Friends and the Social
Connections Club are collecting personal hygiene products to donate to Moms
Mobile Mission! There will be a collection box outside of Room 158 and the
office starting Thursday, December 5th. Please consider bringing in any
hygiene products to donate to this local charity. The donation drive goes
through Monday, December 16th.
- Freshman!! Come hang out with your friends and link crew leaders at our “Cocoa and Cram” on December 16. It’s after school in the Commons from 3:30- 8, however you don’t have to stay the whole time. THERE WILL BE FREE HOT CHOCOLATE AND COOKIES! Finals are approaching soon don't wait until the last minute to study! There will be teachers along with many upperclassmen to help and assist you with questions you may have about school or exams!
- Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors: Penta Career Center will hold its Annual Career Night on
Monday, December 9 th from 6 - 8 p.m. at their campus located on Buck Road in
Perrysburg Township. Bring your parents to Penta and check out the many
career-technical programs that can prepare you for a rewarding career and
college. Students who attend Career Night can register to win gift cards to the
Penta school store! To learn more visit the Penta web site
- Perrysburg Rowing - a spring season varsity sport at PHS - will
begin winter conditioning in January at the Commodore Building. Come
learn what it means to ERG while also improving your strength and cardio!
Use this link to register today! http://perrysburgrowingclub.com/forms.html If
you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Attention Seniors:
The Last Day to place your Graduation
Order will be on Tuesday December 10th,
Before School in the
Commons. You will need to bring your order form and your down payment
Extra Ordering Packets are
available in the Main Office.
- The Perrysburg High
School Cookie Jar is Wednesday, December 11th...the
teachers and staff look forward to this fabulous cookie event each
year! We're requesting donations of at least 2 dozen cookies (or
buckeyes, brownies, cake pops, etc.) for our High School Staff. If you
don't bake, that's okay…store bought "Bakery Style" cookies/desserts would be great!
For more Information and Donation/Volunteer
sign-up, please visit: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f48aaa82da6fe3-perrysburg4
The school year is flying by! Here are a few announcements from this year’s PHS Yearbook
Yearbook Purchases -- Remember to purchase
your yearbook. Currently they are on sale at a discounted price: purchase here.
Senior Portraits -- The deadline to be photographed is March 2. Don’t wait until the last minute! Portrait sessions fill up fast! There are two ways to accomplish this important senior year task. Read more about it here.
Do you use Shutterfly.com to print your
photos, make photobooks, and create holiday greeting cards or other
photo-inspired gifts? When you shop using this link, the PHS Yearbook earns
8% of the sale. Bookmark the site and use it for all of your printing
Senior Recognition Ads -- Space is still available to personalize a page for your student. Tell your child how proud they make you with an “ad” in the yearbook. You can create a full-page, half-page, quarter-page, or eighth-page ad by selecting photos and adding a personal message. See how it works here and make yours
Attention Parents/Guardians of
current Junior Students:
Before your student starts their senior year, Ohio state
law requires that they must turn in documentation of having had a meningococcal
(serogroups A,C,W,Y) immunization that would have been given on or after their
16th birthday. Many students may have received one prior to age 16 years
of age, but will need a second one that was given after age 16 years.
Paper work showing that your student has taken care of this requirement for
next school year can be turned in to the nurse at the high school beginning
now. Any questions can be directed to Debbie Reddick - 419-874-3181,
Student Withdrawing? - Families who are moving out of the
district must contact the Counseling Office, 419-874-3181, ext. 5001 (last name
A-K) or ext 5188 (last name L-Z), and fill out a Withdrawal Form. Students must
turn in their computer, charger and any textbooks or library books, and pay any
outstanding fees and/or fines. Once these things are done, records can be sent
to the new school.