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Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – February 2023 Edition

We hope you enjoy our monthly eNewsletter, spotlighting excellence in our students and employees!
Student Spotlight
Mila Williams
Third Grade
Fort Meigs Elementary School
girl smilingMila Williams is in Third Grade at Fort Meigs Elementary School and is a shining example of The Jacket Way.
“Her energy, excitement and overall attitude are a positive influence on our students and staff members on a daily basis,” shared Mr. Marjoe Cooper, Principal. “Mila is quick to help a friend and exudes the Jacket Way on a daily basis. Fort Meigs is lucky to have Mila in our school!”
Her teacher, Tamara Blausey, commented that Mila “is a great example for others and has the ability to help struggling peers by teaching and guiding. She has a love for working with students with different learning needs and has a gift of knowing what to do to help and when to hold back and let them shine on their own. She has been a great asset in our Buddy Bees program.”
We are so proud of you, Mila!
Employee Spotlight
Cheryl Descamps
Woodland Elementary School
woman smilingCheryl Descamps, Custodian at Woodland Elementary, is an outstanding person and has been a phenomenal employee of Perrysburg Schools for 35+ years. “She takes great pride in supporting the staff and children at Woodland,” shared Glen Brandt, Head Custodian.
Cheryl always has a smile on her face and a willingness to go the extra mile to help others. One colleague, Jen Marlowe, described Cheryl as “the sunshine on a cloudy day! I can count on her for a laugh and appreciate her willingness to go above and beyond for the staff and students of Woodland.”
As another colleague, Laura Morrow noted, she is known around the school community for her kindness, compassion and dependability. She is someone who is always going the extra mile to help others.
Cheryl also has a huge heart for animals and has rescued several “fur babies.”
Laurie Barteck sums it up well, noting that the entire Woodland community is grateful for her hard work and dedication. “We are all extraordinarily lucky to have her on the Woodland team!”
Thank you for all you do for our students, Ms. Descamps!

Posted Wednesday, February 1, 2023
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