Where to eat and what to do if you are stuck in Perrysburg during the week off. Bowling, laser tag, and local parks are some top choices.
Rachael Brandel shines a light on the importance of art programs at Perrysburg High School – and why they need to stay.
Columbia Scholastic Press Association gave eSomethin.com a gold medal for its work over the last year.
eSomethin.com’s first podcast tackles an important issue — Waffles or Pancakes, what do you prefer? Don’t miss Zach Moser and Noah Keel’s ‘Somethin or Other’ podcast.
Mary Neely and Megan Lazor work in the PHS guidance office. Chances are, you’ll probably interact with them during your high-school career. Find out their many duties and how they can help you.
Joy Wagener’s English class takes on a project that was inspired by the novel Speak .
Students at Perrysburg have taken a matchmaker quiz, but are the results accurate, or are people just writing random answers? We asked around and found out.
Ms. Rostowski teaches American Sign Language at PHS. Being able to communicate with a deaf friend in middle school sparked her interest in the field.
PHS English Teacher Jeff Hauge recounts an amusing story of being stranded in the desert with a friend in 1994.
If Superintendent Tom Hosler can shovel his drive-way out at 4 a.m., then so can you.