Perrysburg High School had their second Blood Drive of the year. There were over 80 people who wanted to help.
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“We tell all seniors to have everything submitted to the colleges by Halloween. That’s the goal,” says Ms. Czech. The earliest college application deadlines are November 1st.
The annual art show last week had paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture pieces for family and friends to view. Be sure to check out the slideshow, featuring 87 pieces from the Art Beat show.
Members of the Perrysburg Wind Ensemble and Concert Band competed and were honored in Boston during a trip last month. Students also were able to hear Mozart and Bruckner pieces performed by top-notch professionals. Bailee Brown was on the trip and files this report.
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.
Bailee Brown’s wistful reflections on life. Check out her editorial cartoon.
Linkle will be included in upcoming Zelda games. She is a bit different than the main character Link. It’ll likely be released in March.
Perrysburg High School band members say they were ridiculed and flipped off during their performance in last week’s rivalry game. The Yellow Jackets want to get back at Maumee in the Battle of the Bands vote.
Many Perrysburg High School students couldn’t walk when two hijacked planes struck the World Trade Centers. That doesn’t stop the memory, grief, and honor for those brave men and women on that fateful day, Sept. 11, 2001.