Like most freshman at the high school, Rachel Ward is leaving childhood behind for more adult responsibilities.
Students discuss seasonal topics, like when is too early to celebrate the holidays? (The views and opinions expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect Perrysburg Schools, eSomethin.com or its advisor.)
Senior Kristy Herhold, captain of the girls A-side team, reflects back to winning the championship game against Amherst girls: “I wanted to cry. Seeing the team move together from the beginning only makes me more excited for 15s to start and see how far we go.”
In this episode of Somethin or Nothin, students discuss the new hall pass system and the school dress code.
Avery Cook examines how the high school’s dress code is implemented and talks to students to get their reactions.
Students and staff can find out if they can “Be the Match” of a patient in need through a simple cheek swab.
For dancers on the high school’s dance team, this season made them stronger.
Students respond to tragedy: “The thing is, as much as I would love to be worrying about prom dresses and college acceptance letters, in my mind, I can’t think about anything now except change.”
Avery Cook identifies an unintended consequence of the exam opt-out policy.
Avery Cook interprets a political “wall” in The White House.