Five PHS athletes — Chaz Westfall, Mario Guillen, Josie Fowler, Erika Joldrichsen and Bri Boyd — sign letters of intent on Feb. 3 to play sports in college.
What should we expect to see from Superintendent Tom Hosler’s twitter account regarding the snowstorm?
Macs N’ Melts of Toledo will be opening a new location soon in Perrysburg. Rachael Brandel went to Toledo for a taste test. Check out her review.
Last month, we saw fries taken out of the Tuesday lunches and students are sad. Cafeteria staff members say it is part of a state-ordered move to reduce foods with high fat and sodium.
Eighth grade students recently had their Curriculum Fair at the high school. Applications are due for students to enter The Cellar class that writes stories for eSomethin.com.
Michael Luce takes a look at some of the religious commentary. And sometimes the lack of constructive conversation.
The French Club threw a big celebration in the commons and invited several different groups and clubs to have booths. Students ate, sang, performed, and even won goldfish.
It’s almost time for the home Maumee basketball game, which means it’s time for seniors to swallow goldfish. Learn more about the tradition and possible dangers.
Zach Peats and Ryan Huffman surveyed PHS students, asking them how many siblings they have and how many pets their family owns. Is there a correlation? Click to see their findings.
Taylin Hunter asked students in her ‘Topics of Interest’ survey how many siblings and or step siblings they had, and what was their favorite holiday. Click to see the findings.