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Announcements 02/21/18

Upcoming Events:     

Feb. 21: College Credit Plus Meeting (For families who did not attend the Jan.29th meeting) ~ This is a State Mandated Meeting for all students (and their parents) who are thinking about taking a CCP class in the 2018/2019 school year. (Regardless of whether they have taken a CCP class before or not).

Students will not be able to take a CCP class without attending this meeting.

(6:30pm Commons)    

Feb. 22: Parent Teacher Conferences 5:30-8:30pm

Perrysburg High School has an Enrichment day scheduled for Wednesday, February 28th and Thursday March 1. We are changing this slightly to accommodate an OHSAA wrestling tournament. All students will report to school on the 28th for a typical dayMarch 1 will be an Odd (Thursday Enrichment schedule), Friday Mar. 2  school will begin at 8:30am and we will have our even numbered periods, 2, 4/5 or 5/6, and 8/9 or 9/10. The order will be slightly different (8/9, 9/10 will be before 4/5, 5/6) to keep our normal lunch schedule. The typical Enrichment period with no class meeting will be at the end of the day, 1:50pm. Busses will run at their normal morning time but will take students home at 1:50pm

Congratulations to the following students of the month for February:

Wood County ESC ~ Ben Weider

         Exchange Club ~ Emma Baumgartner


PHS Teacher Conferences will take place next week, Feb. 22, from 5:30-8:30pm.  Appointments are limited.  If you wish to meet with your child's teacher(s) please sign up using  Enter the following web address into your browser window:

Please view the following instructional videos if you need assistance signing up.

To Sign up for conferences for one child:

To Sign up for conferences for more than one child:

  1. We are looking for Volunteers for our upcoming Youth Olympics Event!  The event will take place in just over two weeks on Saturday March 10th!  We, unfortunately, have received an influx of cancellations with volunteers in our afternoon session. 

     If you or anyone you know would be willing to donate your time from 1pm- 6pm on Saturday March 10th for a great event

     PLEASE copy and paste this link TO SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER!

  1. Philanthropy Club will meet on the following dates:

March 1

Thursday, March 15

April 5

Thursday, April 19

May 3-- last meeting of the year

  1. The Perrysburg Schools’ Diversity Committee will present a community event, Diversity & Inclusion Forum, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 21 at Hull Prairie Intermediate School (25480 Hull Prairie Road). It is free and all members of the community are encouraged to attend. This is the second year the school district has hosted this event.

The event will focus on what we can do as a school district and community to support and promote            diversity within our schools. The purpose is to open a dialogue within our community, reduce misunderstandings between various cultures, close the gaps to understand each other better and celebrate our differences.

  1. Attention AP students:

AP test registration will be held outside of the Counseling Office on the following 2 days ONLY:

Wednesday, February 21 7:45-8:30am

Wednesday, February 28 7:45-8:30am

Each test is $94.  Please make checks payable to Perrysburg Schools.

  1. ***Proud Senior Parents***

If you want to create a recognition as in the yearbook for your graduate, we have exciting new opportunities for you. There is a lot of freedom in how you want things to look. We aim to please!

We will email you back a mock-up so you can check that it is exactly what you like. 

 There are a variety of premade templates, but we will make your ad design fit however you prefer. 

Ad prices begin at $70.

***Adding a video through the aurasma app is $40 and a very cool way to make your ad come alive.***

Contact with questions.

  1. Anyone interested in running outdoor track, there will a be a meeting Thursday afternoon in the auditorium for anyone not in a winter sport. The meeting will begin at 3:45 and should last a half an hour; we will go over rules and the schedule at that time. 
  1. Deadline reminder for anyone interested in participating in the spring season for Perrysburg Rowing is Feb. 23rd.  This is a Varsity Sport at PHS and will count towards your gym credit.  Check us out at for more information.
  1. Juniors that are planning to apply for Teaching Professions need to turn in their applications by Thursday, February 22to room 145. 
  1. A group of juniors will be collecting school supplies this week to help a school in need.  You can bring your donations to the media center or Mr. Day's room 157.  Any item that may be lying in your locker that you are not using would be great.  Please consider helping with this cause.
  1. College Preview Night will be held at Owens Community College on Wednesday, March 7th from 6:30 to 8:00p.m. This is your chance to talk with representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities. There will also be presentations on how to get financial aid, plan for college and prepare for the ACT. All grade levels and parents are invited to attend. 
  1. Attention sophomores did you know that according to a CNBC report a business degree is the most popular degree in the United States and the growth of the job market is projected to grow at 10% over the next 8 years. You can explore that major while earning CCP credit at PHS next year. Apply to the marketing/DECA program, Mrs Byrd will be accepting applications through Tuesday Feb 20. (this is a extension to the deadline due to short weeks of school) If you have any questions stop by room 200. 
  1. Attention all Juniors and Seniors are you aware that Toledo, Ohio is in the top 4 worst cities in The United States for sex trafficking? There will be two free self-defense clinics on Tuesday, February 20th at 6-7pm or 7-8pm. The class will be open to all juniors and seniors from Perrysburg, Springfield, and Anthony Wayne. For more information, check out the signs hung up around the school! There is a QR code link for the sign-up sheet, sign up soon, spots are limited!
  1. Congratulations to the Perrysburg High School Competitive Cheer Team on earning 2nd place at UCA Nationals in the Small Varsity Gameday Division.
  1. Congratulations to the Perrysburg High School Dance team for qualifying for states over the weekend with the jazz and hip hop routines. They are headed to state completion on March 3rd.
  1. Congratulations to Kate Lake who ranked first in Western Ohio in Dramatic Interpretation and Sophie Walcher who was second in Humorous Interpretation. Both Kate Lake and Sophie Walcher will compete at the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in June representing District of Western Ohio.

Also congratulations to Marcus Doore, William Xi and Ashley Dibley who qualified this past weekend to states by advancing to the final rounds at the National qualifying tournament at Beavercreek High School.

In addition Emma Brown has been added in congressional debate to compete at the State Speech and Debate Tournament in March. This makes a total of a record breaking 20 state qualifiers competing at the state tournament representing Perrysburg. Please check the trophy case in front of guidance for the complete list.

  1. Guest Dances: If you have been invited to a dance at another school and require a signed dance form it is your responsibility to return the form to the guest school.  PHS is not responsible for faxing dance forms.
  1. Attention Girls.  There will be a self-defense class offered during enrichment time on Friday, March 2nd at the end of the day.  Cost is $10.  Sign up in the main office if you are interested.
  1. Attention Girls:  Self-Defense Class Offered

This class is designed to help young women become more self-aware and foster some basic self-defense skills. The class will be offered during two enrichment times: March 2nd at 1:55 pm and on May 9th at 8:30 am. The class will last 90 minutes. A student may only attend one section. Cost will be $10. Please contact Diann Toffler at if your child would like to register to attend.                                                                                           All proceeds with benefit The Reagan Delaney Tokes Foundation.

  1. Please make your appointment for your free senior portrait at Prestige Studios in Levis Commons (formally Woodard).

It is the only way to appear in the yearbook and they do a great job! The deadline is April 1 and this is the only way to appear in the yearbook. 

Book your appointment for your free sitting soon at

  1. Seniors - the local scholarship application is now live! Completing this one application will put you in the running for almost 50 of our local scholarships. Every senior who is planning to go to college should fill this out. You can find the application in your school e-mail or a link was posted to Schoology. The application is due by Friday, February 23rd at 3:30 p.m. - NO EXCEPTIONS. See Mrs. Czech with any questions!
21.        NIAAA STUDENT ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIP: The scholarships 
will recognize the distinguished scholastic, leadership and 
sportsmanship attributes of high school student-athletes, and 
the importance of high school athletics in each student’s life.
  Ohio member athletic administrators can have qualified 
candidates from their school submit applications NOW for 
these scholarships.  DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 28th.  For complete 
details and application information, go to:
  1. Save the date! Career Day will be held Friday, April 13th. On this day regular classes will not be held. Programming will be provided for freshmen and sophomores here at PHS. Juniors and seniors have 3 options for the day in order to not be counted absent (and have exam opt-out impacted) -

Set up a college visit or career shadow on your own.

Set up a service project on your own.

Bus trips to BGSU, UT and Owens/Penta will be provided for a limited number of students. More details to come on signing up.

Proof of your attendance must be provided no matter which option you choose. More details will be coming in the next few months but we wanted to get the date out now so plans can be made. 

  1. Parents, if you need to pick up your student early for an appointment, please send a note with the child to the attendance office before school for a pass. We have seen an increase in phoned in pass requests in the middle of the day this then results in many classroom interruptions.  Thank you for your cooperation.
  1. Parents, be a part of one of your high schooler’s most memorable experiences! After Prom offers students an opportunity to carry on the fun from Prom in a chaperoned, drug- and alcohol- free environment. Prizes, pizza, pastries, a coffee and juice bar, chair massages, games and inflatables are just a few of the highlights of the night. This activity takes a lot of parent involvement to pull off, so as little or as much time you can offer is valued! Follow the Sign Up Genius link for more information, and choose to be a committee chair, a committee member, or a volunteer the weekend of the event. 


25.        2017-18 Yearbooks are for sale! 

     Please use to order your copy of the 2017-18 Yearbook. If you would rather           pay with a check, please make it out to Perrysburg Schools for $70 and turn it in to Mr.                    Hauge. 

    The 2017-18 yearbook will be home delivered to sidestep the confusion of this past                 year's handout. 

     if you have any questions about receiving the 2016-17 yearbook please contact                      

  1. Parents/Guardians:  The nurse is not able to dispense over the counter medicines to any student unless there is a "Medication in School Form" signed. This includes Acetaminophen and/or Ibuprofen.  This form needs to be renewed each school year. Please be proactive and complete and return the second page of the form included in the following link.

Event Calendar 17-18   revised 02/16/18

Bell Schedules 17-18  revised 08/17

Attention Parents/Guardians of current Junior Students:

Before your student starts their senior year, Ohio state law requires that they must turn in documentation of having had a meningococcal (serogroups A,C,W,Y) immunization that would have been given on or after their 16th birthday.  Many students may have received one prior to age 16 years of age, but will need a second one that was given after age 16 years.  Paper work showing that your student has taken care of this requirement for next school year can be turned in to the nurse at the high school beginning now.  Any questions can be directed to Debbie Reddick - 419-874-3181, x5010.

Student Withdrawing? - Families who are moving out of the district must contact the Counseling Office, 419-874-3181, ext. 5001 (last name A-K) or ext 5188 (last name L-Z), and fill out a Withdrawal Form. Students must turn in their computer, charger and any textbooks or library books, and pay any outstanding fees and/or fines. Once these things are done, records can be sent to the new school. 

Per the Transportation Department, students must board and depart the bus at the location to which they have been assigned.  For this reason, requests to ride a different bus cannot be approved at this time.  For questions regarding transportation, please call 419-874-3127.

All flyers are now electronic. Please check or click "Flyers" under the Parent tab of our website ( for information about community events, clubs and more! Information updated weekly.





Here are some important dates for your 2nd semester planning.

Enrichment Days

Jan. 24th

Feb. 7th

Fri. Mar. 2nd ~ this will be an even enrichment day with early dismissal, not a late arrival. (Thurs. Mar. 1 will be a regular odd enrichment day)

Mar. 14th

May 9th

Class Meetings

Jan. 29th

Feb. 12th

Mar. 5th

Mar. 19th

May 14th

State Testing Days

Apr. 10 - SAT (only Jrs. attend school)

Apr. 13th - ELA I & II Part 1 (Career Day)

Apr. 17th - ELA I & II Part 2 (2 hr. Delay)

Apr. 24th & 26th - Alg. 1 & Geometry (2 hr. Delays)

Apr. 27th - Gov't. & US Hist. (2 hr. Delay)

May 1st & 3rd - Biology (2 hr. Delays)

AP Exams

DATE                          8:00 AM                     NOON

Monday 5/7             Chemistry                  Psychology

Tuesday 5/8             Spanish                      Art History

Wed 5/9                    English

Thurs 5/10

Friday 5/11               US History                  Computer Science

Monday 5/14            Bio & Music                Physics

Tuesday 5/15            Calculus                      French           

Wed 5/16

Thurs 5/17                                                       Stats

Friday 5/18                                                      Euro History    

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