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Decision Day 2021Celebrating our graduating class and their continuing education!
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Military Family Appreciation Spirit Week at PHSApril is designated as The Month of the Military Child and this week was a fun way to show our appreciation to those families who have dedicated a portion of their lives to serve our country. R.E.D. day stands for Remember Everyone Deployed.
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Thank you Mercy Health & Wood County Health Department!
Group of masked adults holding a banner that says Mercy Health Thank you for your service to our community! Perrysburg Schools
School Board Recognition MonthThank you for your service, (left to right) Gretchen Downs, Ray Pohlman, Eric Benington, Sue Larimer and Kelly Ewbank (not pictured)!
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District News

Parent Safety Task Force 2021-2022

The Perrysburg Schools Parent Safety Task Force is heading into its fourth year of service. At this time, we are seeking additional volunteers to represent individual schools.

Formal Dress Fundraiser Sale set for August 17-18

PHS/S will hold a gently used homecoming and prom dress sale on Tuesday, August 17 and Wednesday, August 18 from 5-7 p.m. at the Board of Education Office at 140 E. Indiana Ave. All dresses will be $20, sold as-is and cash is preferred. The sizes available range from 0 to 22 and include long and short dresses. The event is open to the public with no admission fee - students from any high school throughout the area may attend.

2021-2022 School Year Enrollment

Enrollment application for grades K-12 for the 2021-2022 school year may be accessed here:

Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – July 2021 Edition

We hope you enjoy our monthly eNewsletter, spotlighting excellence in our students and employees, as well as the Perrysburg Education Association Annual Award Recipients!

Marching Yellow Jackets Alumni Night set for Friday, August 27

For 2021, our Marching Yellow Jackets Alumni Night will return, and be held on Friday, August 27. If you would like to attend, please complete the brief Google form here:

Spring District Dashboard Newsletter

Our Spring District Dashboard is now arriving in mailboxes throughout the school district! You may also check it out here!

Superintendent testifies before Ohio Senate Primary and Secondary Education Committee in support of HB110

We are proud to have our superintendent leading this critical effort statewide to finally create a fair school funding system.

Public Notice re: Bullying

The number of verified acts of harassment, intimidation and/or bullying as reported to the state by Perrysburg Schools for second semester 2021 is nine (9).

Debbie Reddick earns Perrysburg Schools Shining Star Award

Congratulations to Debbie Reddick, RN, who has been named Perrysburg Schools’ Spring 2021 Shining Star Award Recipient. She is the school district’s Health Aide Supervisor.

Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – June 2021 Edition

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

PHS After Prom a Success

Perrysburg High School After Prom welcomed nearly 200 seniors at Widdel Field at Steinecker Stadium for an amazing night of fun! Parents Helping Students/ Staff planned the event this year and would like to thank the following sponsors for helping make the evening a treasured memory for our seniors.
Safer Ohio School Tip Line - 844-723-3764
This is a free service that accepts calls and texts 24/7 and allows anyone to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to safety.

Crisis Text Line - text “4hope” to 741 741
People of all ages may reach out by text 24/7 to communicate with someone trained to listen and respond in a method that is free, private, secure and confidential. Data usage while texting Crisis Text Line is free and the number will not appear on a phone bill with the mobile service carrier.
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