We hope you enjoy our monthly eNewsletter, spotlighting excellence in our students and employees!
Woodland Elementary School
Dane is a Jacket Way leader in every way. He is always kind and respectful to classmates and staff. You can count on Dane to bring a smile to your face. Dane is always eager and ready to learn, and models this as a hard-working student. He works to give his best each and every day.
Dane is an absolute joy to work with. His positive attitude carries over into everything he does. Whether it’s learning or in his interactions with others. Dane can often be heard offering help or words of encouragement. Dane has a heart of gold!
When not at school Dane is very involved and active! He runs cross country and likes to play outside with his friends and cousins. He loves watching and talking about sports, especially his favorite teams, The Ohio State Buckeyes and The Cleveland Browns!
We’re so proud of you, Dane!
Katie Christian, Mary Krall and Amber Wymer
Toth Elementary School
Throughout the pandemic, one of the constant questions was: how are we going to continue to serve breakfasts and lunches that the kids love with all of the changes to the start of school and lunch time procedures? However, all of these changes have not stopped Katie, Mary and Amber from preparing and serving breakfasts and lunches to our students - for the month of January, they served 1,603 Breakfasts (~133 per day) and 2,457 Lunches (~204 per day) and they did it with a smile! They have served the school district for a combined 24 years, 16 of those years at Toth!
When asked what is the best part of your day, the team agreed that it was seeing the students go through the line at breakfast or seeing them in the hallways and classrooms when they are delivering lunches to the classrooms.
Thank you for your kind hearts and hard work, Toth Cafeteria Staff Members!
Pictured from Left to Right: Amber Wymer, Katie Christen and Mary Krall
Video Submissions sought honoring Dr. Short
Dr. Michael Short has announced his retirement from Perrysburg High School at the end of this school year after 17 years of commendable leadership as Principal. His passion for our students and all things PHS has been a hallmark of his leadership.
We are inviting all members of our school community – current students, alumni, colleagues, parents, community members, etc. – to submit a video to be shared with Dr. Short upon his retirement. A montage of clips will also be used to create a video that will be shared with the public.
All entries are to be submitted via Google Drive to [email protected]
. Submissions must be 30-60 seconds in length. The deadline for submission is Friday, March 12, 2021.