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Nice article on PHS assistant director of bands Corey Whitt!

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Perrysburg High School Theatre Department is pleased to announce the upcoming Winter One Acts to be performed January 21-24 and January 28-31. Under the direction of Robert Gentry and Deb Drew, the PHS Theatre Department will perform one drama and two comedies: “First Person Shooter,” “The NSA’s Guide to Winning Friends and Influencing People Or, What We’ve Learned from Watching You” and “Check Please.”

The Winter One Acts are three one-act plays performed in the round, which means the audience is seated onstage facing the actors from three sides. This provides the actors and audience members a more intimate setting, and makes every facial expression and gesture easier to observe. Each play is approximately 30 to 45 minutes.

Performance dates and times are January 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, and 30 at 7:30 p.m., and January 24 and 31 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.00 for all seats and can be purchased online at starting at 7:00 p.m. on January 17. Tickets may also be purchased at the box office January 19 and 20 from 7-8 p.m. and one hour prior to the show each day of performances. All seats are reserved.

The Winter One Acts will be performed at Perrysburg High School, located at 13385 Roachton Road. Please call 419-874-3181 ext. 5105 for more information.

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The Perrysburg Speech and Debate Team placed first out of a competitive field of 16 teams representing schools from western Ohio on Saturday, December 19th held at the Wauseon Middle and High Schools. Although only 16 students from the Perrysburg team competed, 13 of them advanced to final rounds placing Perrysburg 6.2 points ahead of the second place team, Sylvania Southview. Tournament Champions include Sophie Walcher in Program of Oral Interpretation, Areeb Ahmed in International Extemporaneous and Brian Glasser in United States Extemporaneous. Jalisia Goodman was 2nd in Informative Speaking, Kate Lake and Jack Xiao were 3rdand 4th in Dramatic Interpretation and Nehal Methi was 3rd in Declamation. Each of these seven students was awarded state bid. Competitors advance to the Ohio State Tournament held at Princeton High School in Cincinnati upon earning their fourth bid. The team is coached by Debra Kemp.

Perrysburg Speech and Debate Team members competing at Wauseon:
First Row (L to R): Sharvari Brahme, Deena Atassi, Abbey Griffioen, Rachel Hertzfeld and Alisa Leong
Second Row (L to R): Sophie Walcher, Nehal Methi, Ashley Dibling, Jalisia Goodman, Kate Lake and Brian Glasser
Third Row (L to R): Areeb Ahmed, Max Rossi, Turner Morris, Jack Xiao and Bon Romp


An informational night for parents of current juniors will be held Monday, January 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the PHS Auditorium. The purpose of this presentation will be to go over the college admissions process including information about signing up for the ACT and SAT, going on campus visits, applying to colleges and searching for scholarships. Don’t miss this opportunity to kick off your child’s journey to college!

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Frank Elementary is celebrating Right to Read Week to encourage students to read more and help instill a love of reading in the children. There was a school-wide challenge to read 40,000 minutes. Currently we have over 44,000. As an incentive to reach the goal Principal Dr. Chad Warnimont agreed to dress like a super hero on Thursday, December 17th at our Poetry Showcase Assembly at 9:30 a.m.

Students were chosen from each class to read a poem aloud to the school. In some cases the readers were chosen with the help of their classmates. All poetry readers will receive a book to keep at the end of the assembly.

Part of Right to Read Week also involved a poster contest. Students were given a super hero template that they had to incorporate into a scene showcasing the theme: "Reading is our Super Power!" Winners were selected based on originality, neatness and how well the directions were followed. There were two winners in each grade level who will receive a gift card to Books A Million.

There was also a Book Swap, in which 163 students participated. Students brought in a new or gently used book to swap for another. Books were arranged by grade level and genre. Students were then able to come down and choose a book to keep.

Some classes also had "read-ins" where the whole class stopped and read to earn minutes. Fifth graders read to first grade students and other grade levels paired up to read to one another as well.

Frank Elementary teachers and students who are dressed for the occasion!
Front row: Kadyn Driftmeyer, Macey Davidson, Karsin VonDeylen, Will Strzesynski, Ilayda Gocmen, Paxton Jones
Back Row: Tiffanie Ghesquire, Sarah Smithers, Chrissy Nackowicz, Jenny Thompson, Julia Lark, Katie Freels, Emily Conley


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The first state champion team from Perrysburg High School and three individuals will be inducted into the Perrysburg Athletic Hall of Fame on February 19, 2016!

The 1979 Volleyball team, which won the state title that year; Kathy Kaczor Kimpel ’79, a track and cross-country standout; Bob Wellstein ’97, a state tennis champion and the late Pete Raffa, longtime boys’ soccer coach have all been selected for the Hall of Fame Class of 2016.

The community is invited to the induction ceremony and dinner with a special recognition during the home boys basketball game that evening. Tickets for the dinner will go on sale soon. If you would like to be notified when they become available, please use the form at or call Jeff Abke at the information below.

The Hall of Fame Committee is attempting to locate members of the 1979 Volleyball team: Barb Smith, Sherri Place, Karen Masulis, Terri Andryc, Shawn Trobridge, Janis Steffanelli, Cathy Wise, Karen Shank, Mary Meerdink, Angie Schlueb, Sandy Winscott and Deb Snow. They are being asked to contact Jeff Abke at or 419-874-9131 ext. 2274

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Barb Smith, Sherri Place, Karen Masulis, Terri Andryc, Shawn Trobridge, Janis Steffanelli, Cathy Wise, Karen Shank, Mary Meerdink, Angie Schlueb, Sandy Winscott and Deb Snow

We will be on a 2-hour delay today due to poor weather conditions.

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Perrysburg Schools will host an important event on Wednesday, December 2 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Perrysburg High School Auditorium presented jointly with the Wood County Sheriff’s Office and the Perrysburg Police Department.

The Digital Divide: Children at Risk Online—What Parents Don’t Know about the Internet is a free seminar designed to provide parents, guardians, grandparents and anyone who works with children in our community—such as childcare workers, youth ministers and home school parents—with important information about how to protect children in an increasingly digital age. No children are permitted to attend. Open to any adults in our community who would like to attend.

Topics covered include online risks, messaging, mobile platform risks, popular apps, monitoring your computers, online predators, social media, parent strategies and getting help. Please see the flyer at for more information.

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Perrysburg High School English Teacher Matt Boggs is among just sixteen Ohio educators who recently kicked off a year of learning about technologies for use in their classrooms in the Trailblazer Teachers program, managed by Batelle Education and supported by Ohio's Straight A Fund.

“We’re so proud of Mr. Boggs for this achievement,” stated Thomas L. Hosler, Superintendent. “He is an established innovator in our school district and it is exciting to see someone of his caliber presented with an opportunity like this to collaborate with his peers statewide.”

The teachers were selected from a pool of more than 100 applications on the basis of a recommendation from a local school administrator and their use of technology so far. The program is made up of two parts. A four-part training curriculum will provide the educators with the effective strategies and tools for teaching in a modern classroom. The 16 teachers also will collaborate with each other throughout the year to share ideas and practices. In May 2016, each teacher will publish a set of resources for other schools to use.

Additionally, the training focuses on ways to incorporate digital resources into the classroom. For example, teachers can use an online quiz to learn what students know and then personalize teaching to cover each student's needs. One major focus is a method known as blended learning, in which students learn through a combination of in-person and online teaching.

“Simple, reliable, and cost-effective technology can allow a good teacher to do more,” said Aimee Kennedy, Vice-President of Education, STEM Learning and Philanthropy at Battelle. “We are excited to see what these top-notch educators can create during the coming school year.”

Front Row: Ben Schulcz, Maria Stead, Scott Graham
Second Row: Andy Beane, Bob Furlong, Melissa Furst, Amanda Nugent, Matt Boggs, Rebecca Taylor, Casey Clark
Back Row: Matt McDonald, Joe Salyers, Cory Neugebauer, Brian George, Dan Chenoweth, Steven Ridgeway

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