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4th Grade Music at Woodland Elementary SchoolIn their ukulele unit, students learn how to play melodies from tablature, strum chords while singing and reading chord charts, and how to write their own blues songs!
8 students sitting on the floor playing ukuleles
School Board Recognition MonthThank you for your service, Mr. Eric Benington, Mrs. Kelly Ewbank, Ms. Sue Larimer, Mr. Ray Pohlman and Dr. Lori Reffert!
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Homecoming Court 2022
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Toth Elementary School “alumni” football players recently visited Toth to teach students The Jacket Way.
group of young men in football uniforms posing in front of a brightly colored mural
11 students in college shirts
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Student Screening
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Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – March 2023 Edition

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

Emergency Preparedness

In light of recent events, hoaxes and SWATting incidents in K-12 districts, it is imperative that we prepare ourselves for any potential emergencies that may occur in our school district.

Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – February 2023 Edition

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

Perrysburg Schools launches Handle With Care Program with Community Partners

Perrysburg Schools will launch a new initiative, Handle With Care, on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, which is a cross-systems, trauma-informed response to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) promoting resilience through positive relationships with school staff members and first responders.

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 2022 is three.

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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