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Perrysburg Schools Spotlight – April 2022 Edition
We hope you enjoy our monthly eNewsletter, spotlighting excellence in our students and employees!

Student Spotlight
Maham Hassan and Aanya Singhal
Hull Prairie Intermediate School

two students smiling with their arms around each other in front of a world mapMaham Hassan and Aanya Singhal have been very active members of the HPI International Club this year. They served as student chairs of the “Celebration of Women, Coffee & Tea” event on March 8th, which was International Women’s Day. As student chairpersons, they took on responsibility for leading the planning and implementation of the whole event. They showed incredible creativity, leadership and communication skills. “Maham and Aanya showed just how capable students can be at leading; I kept giving them responsibilities, and they kept knocking it out of the park,” says Mr. Hilt, International Club Advisor.

Maham and Aanya tackled every task with a smile and enthusiasm, showing a lot of maturity and self-discipline. They stepped up to the challenge of keeping their peers motivated and interested. “Keep an eye on these two as they progress through Perrysburg Schools, I'm sure this is just a preview of their amazing potential,” said Mr. Hilt.

We are happy to have you at HPI, Maham and Aanya!

(L to R) Aanya Singhal and Maham Hassan

Employee Spotlight
Stephany Addy
Playground Monitor
Ft. Meigs Elementary School
Person smiling with a young student“Stephany Addy has worked so hard to build relationships with our young people and is revered by our staff members,” shared Marjoe Cooper, Principal, Ft. Meigs Elementary School. “Stephany is ALWAYS willing to go above and beyond to ensure that our students are safe and that staff members are supported. She is adored by students and staff members alike and handles adjustments to the schedule with an ease and flexibility that is second to none. We are lucky to have her here at Ft. Meigs!”

Thank you for all you do for our students, Ms. Addy!

Stephany Addy, pictured with her son, who is in Kindergarten at Ft. Meigs