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School Board Recognition MonthPerrysburg Schools is joining with other school districts throughout the state to recognize the important contributions School Board Members make to our communities. Thank you for your service, (left to right) Ms. Sue Larimer, Dr. Lori Reffert, Mr. Eric Benington, Mr. Ray Pohlman and Mrs. Kelly Ewbank!
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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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Guidance for COVID-19-Related Absences

Due to a high volume of cases, the COVID Support team is experiencing significant delays. You may not receive a response or return to school letter, so please notify your school building of the reason for your child’s absence and click here to use the following general guidance.

Hall of Fame Induction Dinner & Ceremony Feb. 5

Perrysburg Athletics is proud to announce the Perrysburg Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022. Congratulations to Ayokunle Olatunji “TJ” Fatinikun ’09, Charlie Hughes ’10, Ray Pohlman – Honorary PHS Graduate ’15, Marsha Swanson ’95, Kurt Wells ’03 and the 2001 PHS Boys Soccer Team.

PHS Theatre Presents Winter One Acts

Opening night is Thursday, January 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Perrysburg High School Auditorium, 13385 Roachton Road, Perrysburg, OH. There are additional performances January 21-22 and 27-29 at 7:30 p.m. and January 23 and 30 at 2:30 p.m.

Job Fair set for Thursday, January 27

Perrysburg Schools is looking for teacher, monitor, food service, bus driver, paraprofessional and custodian substitutes, as well as homebound instructors and paraprofessionals. Those interested are encouraged to attend our upcoming Job Fair at the Commodore Cafeteria (140 E. Indiana Ave.) on Thursday, January 27, 2022 from 3-5 p.m.

COVID-19 Update 01/03/21

We are requiring masks for the immediate future, until we see a decrease in the number of cases in our school buildings with the hopes that the amount of spread is receding in our community, and we could potentially return to masks being optional at that time.

Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – January 2022 Edition

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

Public Notice re: Bullying

The number of verified acts of harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying as reported to the state by Perrysburg Schools for first semester 2021 is 2.

2022-2023 Preschool Pre-Registration begins Jan. 18 at Noon

Perrysburg School District Residents who are parents/guardians of *new incoming 2022-23 preschool student(s) may click here to pre-register beginning January 18, 2022 at noon.

Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – December 2021 Edition

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

Transportation Changes Effective 11/29/21

Like school districts around the country, Perrysburg Schools’ Transportation Department is experiencing significant staffing challenges. Our plan to address this issue, detailed below, will begin on Monday, November 29, 2021. For most students, this will mean bus routes that are 10-15 minutes longer as several routes are being combined.
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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