‘Pokémon Go’ has been causing chaos all over the place. Maggie Davis has some simple steps you can take to be safe and respectful when you’re out playing.
Without further ado, here are the winners from the Class of 2016.
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.
The spring musical was well done, especially with a ‘worm’ sighting that stole the show. There also was a cameo appearance from Principal Short. Check out Ashlin Smart’s review.
Kathleen Schnerer is in her first year teaching in public schools, working with the orchestra students at Perrysburg High School.
Where to eat and what to do if you are stuck in Perrysburg during the week off. Bowling, laser tag, and local parks are some top choices.
Mary Neely and Megan Lazor work in the PHS guidance office. Chances are, you’ll probably interact with them during your high-school career. Find out their many duties and how they can help you.
PHS English Teacher Jeff Hauge recounts an amusing story of being stranded in the desert with a friend in 1994.
The French Club threw a big celebration in the commons and invited several different groups and clubs to have booths. Students ate, sang, performed, and even won goldfish.