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HPI Walk-up Week

Hull Prairie Intermediate School held Walk Up Week at the end of the school year. The goal was to create a spirit week to focus on kindness, making a difference in the school community and continuing to build the school community. The central theme was encouraging students to “walk up” and reach out to their peers, making sure everyone feels included.

Three 6th graders organized the event: Jack Bowe, Paige Riney and Carly Williamson. The students, in response to the recent tragedy in Florida, approached the school leadership asking for permission to so something to help make a difference and this event was the result of their creative thinking and planning.

Staff and administrators at HPI, Assistant Superintendent Kadee Anstadt, Development Director Jeff Abke and the Perrysburg Schools Foundation (PSF) Board all helped support the students in their vision for Walk Up Week.

After the three students presented at a PSF Board Meeting, the organization agreed to purchase wristbands for all HPI students and staff. The spirit week also included: each student wearing their HPI T-shirt, a team sports day, dress as your favorite book/ movie/ TV character, wearing all of the colors of HPI (blue, orange, red and green) day along with Kindness Club organizing a “Mix It Up” lunch.

Supportive videos were provided to the student body by alumnus and professional baseball player Burke Badenhop, Mayor Tom Mackin and Madi Russell – alumna and daughter of owners of Big Daddy Graphics, which donated three shirts for Jack, Paige and Carly because they were so inspired by what the students were doing.

“These students are true agents of change and I know they made a difference while at HPI and will continue to make a difference for their community and others around them,” shared Chris Harper, HPI School Counselor. “These students will be doing some incredible things! I was honored to with work with them on this project and look forward to seeing what they do in the future.”

Pictured from left to right: Jack Bowe, Paige Riney and Carly Williamson

Amy Boros Named Eco-Educator of the Year

Amy Boros Named Eco-Educator of the Year Mrs. Amy Boros, Science Teacher and Environmental Club Advisor at Perrysburg's Hull Prairie Intermediate School (HPI), has been awarded the Eco-Educator of the Year Award by the Science Alliance for Valuing the Environment (S.A.V.E) at Lourdes University. She was recognized for her work with the HPI Environmental Club, Project PRAIRIE, monarch butterfly conservation and HPI Solar Eclipse Day.
Amy, who has been an educator for 23 years with 9 of those at Perrysburg schools, created and implemented an after school Environmental Club at HPI with thirty 5th and 6th graders who have been active in their school and community with environmental education, recycling and conservation efforts. 
She was also instrumental in the installation of an urban prairie on the grounds of HPI. All 800 5th and 6th grade students have been learning about native plants and pollinators such as bees and butterflies found in prairies. The students have been introduced to Citizen Science Research and the conservation of native lands and pollinator species through a partnership with the Toledo Zoo.
Amy teachers Science at HPI and has experience in classroom teaching at the elementary, middle school and collegiate levels; educational classroom technology, grant researching, authoring and evaluation, as well as educational consulting and conference presentations in both mathematics and science. She has taught for 23 years with 9 at Perrysburg. 

Upcoming Events

August 7       6th Grade Orientation
August 8       5th Grade Orientation
August 13     New Student Luncheon (New to the District Only)
August 14     Staggered Start - 6th Grade Only
August 15     Staggered Start - 5th Grade Only
August 16     All Students
August 20     STAR Reading/Math Window Opens 
August 22     HPI Parent Club Meeting @ 6:30 pm (Commons)
August 23     Picture Day
August 30     5th Grade Zoo Trip Presentation @ 6:00 pm (Gym) 
August 31     STAR Reading/Math Window Closes

Parent and Contact Information

Drop-off & Pick-up Line Information 
School transportation is safe, economical, and greatly reduces the congestion around our school building before and after school. As a result, students are strongly encouraged to ride the bus to and from school each day. Whenever it is not possible for a student to take school transportation, parents and guardians must adhere to our traffic patterns in the drop-off/pick-up area to ensure the safety of our students and keep traffic flowing.
Click here to view HPI traffic patterns.
Regular Building Hours
7:50 am - 2:45 pm
(Breakfast from 7:15 am to 7:50 am and Afternoon Snacks from 2:50 pm to 3:00 pm)
2-Hour Delay
9:50 am - 2:45 pm
(Breakfast from 9:15 am to 9:50 am and Afternoon Snacks from 2:50 pm to 3:00 pm) 
Office Hours
7:00 am - 3:15 pm
Contact Information 
Building Phone Number:  419-873-6293 
Building Address:  Hull Prairie Intermediate School
                                   25480 Hull Prairie Road
                                   Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
Keri Kasza - Attendance Secretary
Nancy Oster - Guidance Secretary
Jackie Romanski - Administrative Secretary 
Chris Harper - 5th School Counselor
Nicole Wagner - 6th School Counselor
Liza Brown - Dean of Students
Laura Davidson - Assistant Principal
Scott A. Best - Principal

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Ohio STEM School Designation

Ohio STEM School Designation

Hull Prairie students have access to many STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) classes. 

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July 2018

Book Bags and Supplies for Families in Need

United Way in Wood County is working collaboratively with the Salvation Army in Wood County to hold the third “Back to School Fair” at the Woodland Mall in Bowling Green on Thursday, August 9 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.  

Backpacks with supplies will be distributed at that time. Parents or guardians can pre-register by calling Salvation Army at 419-352-2390 or United Way in Wood County at 419-352-2390. We will need the name of the student(s), grade level, school, parent/guardian’s name and phone number.

Back to School Fair Flyer 2018  

2018-19 HPI School Supply List

  • Designated pair of gym shoes (non-skid/non-black bottom) - No street shoes will be permitted on new floor.
  •  Work T-shirt (Art, STEM & IDEA)
  • 3-ring Binder (2" or 3") w/Supply Pouch
  • Tabbed Subject Dividers (5)
  • 1 pack loose-leaf lined paper
  • #2 wooden pencils and handheld sharpener 
  • Erasers 
  • Colored pencils - 12 pack 
  • 4 glue stick 
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 pair earbuds
  • 4 pack dry erase markers w/sock or eraser
  • 1 highlighter
  • 4 composition notebooks (100 sheets)
  • 1 container bleach free disinfectant wipes
  • 1 box of facial tissues
  • 1 box sandwich size Ziploc bags (Girls)/ gallon size (Boys)
  •  2 rolls scotch tape 
  • Red pen 
  • Pack of Post-its 

HPI Building Tours

Community and outside groups may schedule a tour of Hull Prairie Intermediate School. To schedule a tour, contact the HPI office at 419-873-6293 (after August 6, 2018) or email for more information. 
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