On Friday May 11th, 2018, eight Perrysburg High School seniors signed their commitment to serve their country.
Social Studies teacher Patrick Murray explains that, “Our 18-year-old seniors that are heading to college, if they really want some policy decisions to be made in their favor, that’s not gonna happen unless they go out there and get their voices heard.”
“When I walked in to Piada’s Italian Restaraunt, I was surrounded by a calm and placid atmosphere that was just as welcoming as my home.”
Jillian Craig eSomethin Staff On January 26, 2018, three Perrysburg High School mock trial teams competed at the district mock trial competition at the Wood County Clerk of Courts courthouse in Bowling Green, Ohio. Students that have participated in mock trial throughout this school year had to argue a mock civil case about a motion for a new trial. According to the case materials sent to the club from the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education, the defendant, Adam Smith, is
Jilian Craig explores the burdens of standardized testing in Ohio
School transportation is an on-going conversation in the district.
The Perrysburg High School Students For Change club met with Perrysburg High School’s Young American’s For Freedom club and the Maumee Valley Country Day School Young Democrats club to discuss some political topics, ideas, and questions.
A delicious peppermint cookie recipe is inside!
Studies suggest that later school start times (combined with more sleep) may help students function — even if they don’t like being at school late in the day.
“I feel like not only you were able to help yourself feel better, but you were also able to help other people make themselves feel worth it.”