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Philanthropy ClubPerrysburg High School
Superintendent Thomas L. Hosler recently won the Martha Holden Jennings Outstanding Superintendent Award, which includes a $10,000 grant. The grant will be used for a deep learning experience through Perrysburg High School Philanthropy Club. The club provides students with an understanding and appreciation of philanthropy, including a grant-making lab. The Lisa Stocking Gruver ’95 Memorial Fund established the grant lab to promote philanthropic and community leadership in Perrysburg in a way that recognized her commitment to serve others and be a leader in her community.
PHS Philanthropy Club will give every dollar of the Martha Holden Jennings Superintendent Award away through the grant lab and, by doing so, they will continue to learn the power that giving has to change lives.Mallory Glass4th GradeToth Elementary School
Mallory Glass is a 4th grader at Toth Elementary. She has been involved in student council the last two years, Girls On The Run for the last two years, she plays travel softball and absolutely loves reading!
Mrs. Bechtol says: “Mallory is an exemplary student who consistently demonstrates leadership and integrity. Her patience, flexibility and compassion towards others make her a dependable classmate and friend. Mallory's positive attitude makes her stand out in the classroom and amongst her peers.”
Mrs. Wood says: “Mallory is a wonderful asset to my classroom and to Toth. In the classroom, she is always giving her best effort, tries to problem-solve ways of working through difficult questions and situations and is extremely helpful with her peers. She is willing to help explain difficult math concepts to other students in terms that they are able to understand, giving them support without giving them just an answer.”
“This is the second year that I have had the pleasure of working with Mallory in Student Council,” shared Jason Koval M.A., LPCC, School Counselor. “She has helped with our Food Drive, ‘Warming the Hearts of Firefighters’ coffee collection/ donation event, counting coins for our Assistance Dogs coin drive and has gladly helped with any other events at Toth.”
“I can always rely on Mallory to be a helping hand and a good friend to those in need,” Koval continued. “She exemplifies what it means to be a responsible student who follows each of the aspects of the Jacket Way on a consistent and daily basis. Mallory always comes to school with a smile and a positive attitude. She is extremely kind and caring towards others. Mallory is always willing to offer a helping hand. She is a leader through her actions, and we are so grateful that she is at Toth.”
We are so proud of you, Mallory!Rachael SterlingFirst Grade TeacherWoodland Elementary School
Rachael Sterling is a first grade teacher at Woodland Elementary School. She has received the Perrysburg Schools Foundation Outstanding Educator Award. She is currently serving as the head teacher at Woodland. She’s a huge proponent and very active in the implementation of Response to Intervention (RtI) at the school as well as school district-wide. Rachael has been instrumental in the preparation and organization of Woodland's book room – volunteering a tremendous amount of her own time.
In the community, she has been a big help with the Jingle Bell Run each year – raising money for The Arthritis Foundation.
The 1st grade team shared this statement: “Rachael is an amazing teacher, leader, colleague and team player. Without a doubt, she always goes above and beyond to help others. She is an innovative teacher. She loves taking her students to the computer lab often and leads STEM activities in the classroom.”
“Rachael’s classroom and behavior management is outstanding – always working on instilling The Jacket Way behavior in her young learners,” shared Principal Brook Price. “Her positive learning environment provides a safe space for her students to learn and feel comfortable in making and learning from their mistakes. As a result, she quickly develops a strong rapport with her students who have much respect for her.”To suggest a program, student or employee for an upcoming Spotlight, please contact Rachel Zickar at firstname.lastname@example.org.