Editorial Cartoon: “Babysitter Sam”
PASA was a nonprofit through Prevention Partners dedicated to helping end the opioid crisis in Ohio through influencing students and the community about the dangers of drug abuse.
Senior Sberna commits to Walsh University as a Golfer.
The Earth is grappling with lots of issues these days.
This year’s student council campaigns lived up to the hilarilarity and creativity expected.
Rebuilding from a slow start to the season, the Perrysburg varsity baseball team is on the road to success with a massive, blow-out win against Sylvania Southview.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice will be opening to the public on April 26th in Montgomery, Alabama.
The SAT is looming for many high school students. Perrysburg is administering the test on Tuesday, April 10th.
PHS students organized a memorial service to honor the Stoneman Douglas students on March 14th at 10 am. Principal Dr. Michael Short explains that, although this is not a school-sponsored event, students would not be marked tardy for attending.
Students will no longer be able to carry backpacks between classes at the high school starting Monday, March 12th.