Summer PHS office hours:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9am-12pm
The office is closed July 1, and July 6
Congratulations to the following students of the month for May and June:
Wood County ESC – Hannah Hoverman (May)
Wood County ESC – Grace Burkin (June)
- 2020-2021 yearbook sales are now CLOSED!
Underclassmen-- If you purchased a book, it will be available for pick up at PHS sometime in late August, early September. Stay tuned for specific dates.
Students needing Work Permits over the summer - Here is the link to print the permits. (copy and paste in your browser)
There are two pages to print and fill out completely: the preapplication and the physician's certificate.
Your child's employer must fill out their portion before handing it in to the school office.
If your child has played a varsity sport this school year they do not need to return the physician's certificate.
Fill out both pages and email to [email protected]
(a clear picture of the certificate is fine)
- (05/20) Reminder to all incoming seniors: Please remember that you need to supply the building nurse with documentation of having had a Meningitis vaccine (serogroups A, C, W, Y), which would have been given on or after your 16th birthday, for state mandate requirements for seniors. This documentation needs to be turned in, at the latest, within the first few days of starting school in August. You can also email documentation to: [email protected].
- (5/10) Perrysburg Rowing - Learn to Row Camp
Looking for a new challenge or even another sport to try? Look no further and give rowing a try. This is a recognized Varsity sport at PHS!! We are offering two Summer Learn to Row sessions. Register now as the spaces will fill up. June 14th-18th 9am-Noon June 21-25 5pm-8pm. Grades 7-12 can participate!
- (05/19) Interested in playing on the Girls Tennis team this fall? Send an email to Coach Brigode ([email protected]) to receive all the information needed. If you played on the team last year, you should have already received an email from Coach with offseason activities.
- As the year is drawing to a close and many will be having graduation parties and summer time fun, we encourage you to link your Kroger rewards card to our organization. Community Rewards is easy to use, and the more supporters who shop at Kroger, the more money PHS/S will earn! Anyone with a Kroger account can help! Doesn’t have to just be PHS families!
To Use the Kroger Community Rewards Program:
Simply visit http://www.kroger.com. Once logged into your Kroger account, you can search for PARENTS HELPING STUDENTS/STAFF either by name or code VH592 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card number. You must have a registered Kroger rewards card Account to link to our organization. If you do not have one and would like one, you can visit the customer service desk at any Kroger.
- And along with the Kroger Rewards program, please save the Coke rewards for us and either enter them with the directions below or save them for us and we can enter them! Just email us and we will make a plan to get them from you!
Just head to https://us.coca-cola.com/give/
to get started with Coca-Cola Give. You can then create an account by clicking on the little person in the upper right corner to sign up. Once your account is created, you can scroll down to DONTATE TO YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL under the GIVE tab. You’ll donate by signing in and choosing your local school.
- You will Donate by Collecting the Codes, which can be found on all Coke Products. You can find them on the cap of single bottles, on the 12/24 packs with the perforated openings, etc. They are found on all Coke Products from pop to water to lemonade etc. Here is the link to show you how much each code is worth. https://us.coca-cola.com/give/code-value\
These are 2 exciting ways to help out without having to come to school to help us! Please consider both of these opportunities and email us at [email protected]
if you have any questions.
Attention Parents/Guardians of current Junior Students:
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 in to 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-L) or ext 5188 (last name M-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.