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Upcoming Events -  Event Calendar  
   Apr. 19       Early Release – Mandatory Meeting for Sophomore students, Buses run on the regular schedule
   Apr. 19       Early Release - BGSU Accuplacer test for Freshman students taking CCP classes through BGSU in the school year ’23 - ’24, Buses                        run on the regular schedule 
   Apr. 21      Geometry and Algebra I State Test (Only testers attend school), Buses run on the regular schedule
   Apr. 25      Biology State Test (2-hr delay for all other students) Buses run on the regular schedule
   Apr. 26      Early Release   Buses run on the regular schedule
   Apr. 27      American History and Government State Test (2-hr delay for all other students) Buses run on the regular schedule
  Congratulations to the over 1200 students who made the honor roll for quarter 3.
1.   (04/18) This Friday is the Algebra and Geometry State Exam for Freshmen and Sophomores or anyone currently taking one of these classes.  All other students do not have school Friday.
Room assignments are now posted on Schoology and outside the MP room.  If your student's name is not on the list - please have them see Mrs. Shiels in the Counseling Office.
The test begins at 8:30 am and is 3 hours long.  Buses will run on a regular schedule.  Students can wait in the commons until the bus or their ride arrives.
2.   (4/18) AFTER PROM TICKET SALES are open!  
After Prom Tickets are on sale now April 17-April 21!  ONE WEEK ONLY!  Get your tickets now before the deadline!  NO SALES after the 21st!  Tickets are $20.00 each.  
Also, MAKE SURE YOUR WAIVER IS SIGNED! You will Not be permitted to attend if it is not signed.  Email has been sent out with the link for the waiver- parents check your email for this link! 
PLEASE NOTE!  You are not permitted to leave after prom early! Once you are in, you are there until it is over at 1am!  
3.   The After Prom Committee is looking for help at the event!  Please consider signing up to help!  It will be a lot of fun, we guarantee!  Thank you!
4.   If you are not able to help us the night of After Prom but still want to help in some way, consider donating an item or a monetary donation that will help us with the event!  Thank you!
5.   The Perrysburg High School After Prom Committee is looking for help for NEXT YEAR!  We encourage all parents, regardless of what grade your student is in, to get involved and learn the process and be a part of it.  This is an ALL PARENT RUN EVENT.  If the parents do not get involved and plan, it will not happen.  We are holding a short, informal, informational meeting on April 26 at 600pm at PHS in the Commons to explain the process, invite you to come to After Prom this year to help or check it out and hope that you will be interested in helping next year.   We hope to see some of you there!
6.   (04/17) SENIORS! Today is the day! Prom tickets are officially on sale. Use the link in Schoology to purchase your tickets! Act fast because sales close Friday, April 21st at 11:59 p.m.
See Mrs. Gaynor if you have any questions.                               https://fundraise.givesmart.com/e/O24HpA?vid=y9wwe
7.   (04/17) Ticket Details for Into the Woods
Show Dates and Times:
Thursday, April 27 - Saturday, April 29 at 7:00
Sunday, April 30 at 2:00
Tickets can be purchased at PerrysburgTheatre.Ludus.com beginning on April 11
Online sales begin Apr. 11 at perrysburgtheatre.ludus.com
Opening night is Thursday April 27, Perrysburg students get in for $10 with Student ID
The theatre box office will be open Monday, April 24 from 6-8p for stinger pass holders to reserve a ticket.  Each pass holder must be present with their pass.
Tickets can also be purchased, and stinger passes honored, 1 hour before each show
Are you interested in being an usher for the spring musical, Into the Woods? If so, complete the Google Form on Schoology by this Friday, April 21.
8.  (04/17) PHS/S- Parents Helping Students/Staff at Perrysburg High School is searching for a parent who may be interested in joining our board as our Vice President for the 2023-24 school year.  If you are a current 8th grade parent who will have a student at PHS in the fall that is interested in joining our board or would just like more information on PHS/S before committing, please contact us at [email protected]
9.   (04/17) PHS/S is gearing up for our annual staff lunch the first week of May!  We would appreciate any help you can give us to celebrate our teachers!  Please see the sign up below!
10.                 (04/17) SENIOR PARENTS! 
Yep! it's about that time!  Graduation Yard Signs are ordered and we need your help to distribute them to our wonderful Seniors! Please consider signing up to help! 
Yard Signs will be delivered to all PHS graduates the week of May 8th!
11.                  (04/17) PHS/S will hold the last meeting of the year on Wednesday May 3 at 6pm in the guidance conference room!  We hope you will join us.
12.                 (04/17) We will still collect this week any plastic easter eggs you wish to donate to us for our Egg My Yard fundraiser. Please email us at [email protected]  Thank you for your support!
13.                Counselors would like to offer and invite any interested (parents/students) to be part of the Counseling Department Advisory Board! We meet twice a year to hear feedback about how we can better serve our students and community. We share what we are working on and look to embrace student and parent voices in that work! Interested folks can reach out to [email protected]. and all are welcome to join our spring meeting date TBA!  
14.                (4/11) Students and Staff-Be sure to try the new Grab-N-Go line for lunch. Open the month of April only! We will have fruit smoothies, delicious specialty salads and sandwiches, hot soup, yogurt parfaits and more. We can't wait to see you!
15.                (4/11) So, did you hunt down that gently used backpack over Spring break?  Well, Toledo's homeless are counting on you, so please bring in any gently used, or even new, backpack or drawstring bag and drop it in the collection box as you walk into the Commons from either parking lot or in the box upstairs outside Room 244, Mrs. Farrar's room.  Thanks for helping Yellow Oak make a bigger difference in the lives of those in need. 
16.                (03/30) Boys basketball open gyms will begin Monday, April 11 after school. And will be on Mondays and Wednesdays after school.
17.                Attention sophomores, and juniors interested in being a cabin leader for 6th grade camp at Camp Michindoh in the fall of 2023. We have started looking for qualified applicants and have now opened the application on Schoology. Please consider applying this week by filling out the application in the link below. 
Any questions, email Mrs.Gabel [email protected] 
August 21-25, 2023                                 September 4-8, 2023
18.                Don’t forget to purchase your 2022-2023 yearbook! Sales end May 20, 2023. Purchase yours at www.jostens.com/yearbook
  1. (1/11) Seniors - as your scholarship offers begin to roll in, please share notifications of ALL scholarship awards that you receive, even from schools you are not planning to attend, with Mrs. Czech in the Counseling Office. The deadline to turn these in for inclusion in the graduation program is Thursday, April 20th. Individual dollar amounts will not be listed but a grand total will be announced for the Class of 2023.

 Attention Parents/Guardians of all Juniors:
 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.  Paperwork showing that your student has taken care of this requirement for next school year can be turned into the nurse at the high school beginning now.   Please also be aware that, although it is not a state requirement, the 2 dose vaccine series for Meningitis B is extremely important for your child to have as 70% of Ohio's cases of meningitis are from type B.  Any questions can be directed to Debbie Reddick - 419-874-3181, x5010.
 Student Withdrawing? - Families who are moving out of the district must contact the Counseling Office, 419-874-3181, ext. 5001 (last name A-Jo), ext. 5007 (last name Ju-Sm) or ext. 5188 (last name Sn-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.
 Please email Megan Lazor at [email protected], Deb Callaway at [email protected] or Mary Neely at [email protected]

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