After Prom is the time when the heels and ties come off, and the tennis shoes and t-shirts come on.
By Caitlin Taylor eSomethin Staff Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love and friendship. Students may have noticed walking into school on this year’s endearing holiday that a post-it note inscribed with an uplifting message was placed on their lockers. For the past 3 years, on Valentine’s Day, students have been receiving a friendly reminder of just how special they are from a “secret admirer.” Many rumors about who is behind the post-it notes have been floating around. Some think it was student council, others believe it was staff members, or perhaps a group of students. A recent investigation reveals that one very thoughtful classmate has been Perrysburg students’ secret admirer all along. Morgan Prokup, a current senior, started the Valentine’s Day post-it notes during her sophomore year. She recounts that there was a club that made Valentine’s Day cards that could be bought and given out on the morning of. The club only lasted the one year, but Prokup wanted to continue spreading love throughout the school. She began to think of ways she could continue the Valentine’s Day cards so that everyone could be included, while also keeping costs down. Prokup was inspired by other post-it notes she had seen around the school and that was when the idea was born. After that, she emailed the
Mary Tyler Moore, an American actress, and dancer, died January 25, 2017, at 80 years of age. Moore was admitted to a hospital after contracting pneumonia.
Ohio has exceptionally fickle weather patterns. For the students of Perrysburg this means the chances of a school delay or cancellation are unpredictable.
The levy is set to go to the ballot boxes Tuesday, November 8th, 2016. The levy is a renewal, meaning that the tax rate would not change.
“On one side of the scale, Blanco touched the hearts of her audience and even moved some to tears…. Others didn’t feel that way.”
“We definitely had the best time that night seeing our favorite teachers covered in pie, participating in the spectacular lip-sync battles…”