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January is School Board Recognition MonthThank you for your service, Board of Education Members!Learn More »
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Northwest Region OrchestraMembers of the Perrysburg High School orchestra and band participated in the Northwest Region Orchestra concert at Bowling Green State University.
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HPI Science Teacher engages in Lake Erie Research ExcursionAmy Boros was one of 15 educators chosen from more than 40 applicants to collect data alongside scientists as part of the Center for Great Lakes Literacy’s Lake Erie Shipboard Science Workshop.
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Ohio Governor's Youth Art ExhibitionThe Board of Education recognized Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition Regional Winners
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Decision Day 2019Celebrating our graduating class and their continuing education!
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Third Annual Strings on Fire Summer Lesson Program50 students in grades 5-8 took lessons from 14 certified Perrysburg High School student teachers throughout the summer. A special thank you to Citizen Advisory Group in Perrysburg for sponsoring the Strings on Fire shirts for a third year.
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Community Update 6/26/20

“Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.” - Winston Churchill

Opting-In to Text Messaging

Perrysburg Schools utilizes SchoolMessenger software to send news, updates and emergency communications to families and employees via email, phone calls and/or text messages. In planning our return to school this fall, we want to make sure all lines of communication with families are as open as possible.

School Meal Update - Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer

If you have a child in kindergarten through twelfth grade in your household who was receiving free or reduced-price meals while in school, your child is eligible for the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program to receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits as a result of the school closure.

Public Notice re: Bullying

The number of verified acts of harassment, intimidation and/or bullying as reported to the state by Perrysburg Schools for second semester 2020 is two (2).

Community Update 6/5/20

As a school district, we are becoming more diverse. With this change, we have been working hard to provide our faculty and staff members with lenses to better see all students. It is not easy as an institution to look in the mirror and see those areas where we have fallen short. And we have. But, today, when we fall, we fall forward with the courage to get up and keep moving forward.

Summer Food Distribution

Perrysburg Schools, the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo and the Perrysburg Heights Community Association have partnered to ensure the hunger needs of our students and community are met during the summer. The organizations will be distributing meals and food items on a weekly basis. Details for each month are included here, as well as links to sign up for this service.

Community Update 05/15/20

On Sunday, May 17, 2020, we are celebrating the 155th graduating class of Perrysburg High School. There is no doubt that this is the most exceptional ceremony we have ever had.

Community Update 05/08/20

This was a significant week in the state’s progression to safely opening up following its closure in March. While we do not have specific guidance about the return to school for K-12 students, many other areas of business are set to start with some restrictions in the near future.

Community Update 05/01/20

This weekend, as we experience the first true stretch of spring, let’s remember that there will be better days ahead for all of us.

Food Bags, Breakfasts and Lunches

Perrysburg Schools will be providing breakfast and lunch to students in need every Monday through the end of the school year. Please click the following link to sign up for this service by Sunday of each week.

Clarification about Graduation

It appears some clarification is needed following the update we sent out yesterday. Graduation has not been canceled. There will be a graduation. It will not be like the other ceremonies that we have had in the past and I wish this were not the case. This is not a local decision; it is a decision that has been made for each school in Ohio. There is an order in place across the state that prevents large gatherings.

Community Update 04/24/20

Our last communication was on Monday, April 20, in response to Governor Mike DeWine’s announcement that for the remainder of this school year, students will continue to go to school remotely. Since then, there has been a flurry of planning and other activities.

Students to continue Remote Schooling for Remainder of School Year

Today, Governor Mike DeWine announced that for the remainder of the school year, students will continue to go to school remotely. This means that students will not physically return to school for the conclusion of the 2019-2020 school year but instead will continue with the current home/online learning. 

Community Update 04/17/20

As a school district, we are preparing for different options as we do not know what a “gradual” opening will look like for schools. We will continue to communicate with you regularly as plans solidify.
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