The Student Council is collecting money for the victims of the Philippines typhoon that killed thousands. (WATCH VIDEO).
Ms. Barefoot believes art classes are vital to education and she says students inspire her every day. (WATCH VIDEO)
Learn more about Perrysburg Schools integration to Laptop devices! Click here to see detailed information on our Perrysburg Schools 1:1 integration with laptops. Perrysburg Schools will pilot a one-to-one technology program during the 2013-14 school year in grades 5, 8 and 9. Each student in these grades will be issued a laptop. Parents will pick up the devices at Perrysburg High School between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 21 or Thursday, August 22. Students will use the
Graduates give some final thoughts, memories *Valerie Apel: “A little rebellion now and then is a good thing.”-The Hunt for Red October * Hannah Bakies: “Don’t cry because it is over, smile because it happened” –Dr.Seuss * Jessie Baroncini: “I may be brown on the outside, but I’m the same as all of you on the inside. Except better.” What do you think?
Texting and driving makes a person 23 times more likely to crash, study shows By ALANA MARSH STAFF WRITER Motor Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for American teenagers, killing 5,000 to 6,000 teens every year. Unsafe driving threatens our lives everyday and is an issue that must be addressed. Stacey DeWitt, founder and chief executive officer of Connect with Kids, says that distracted driving is the leading cause of car accidents. Speeding, cell phone usage, and pressures
By ALANA MARSH STAFF WRITER Kevin English, a teacher at Perrysburg High School, has been named BCSN Teacher of the Month for January 2013. Every month BCSN chooses a student and teacher of the month from school nominations. These students and teachers are then in the running against the winners of other months for the title of Student of the Year or Teacher of the Year. Mr. English will be running against seven other teachers throughout the Toledo area for
New batch of Perrysburg students schooled to the 9s By KRISTINE HARVEY STAFF WRITER Freshman year can be one of the scariest grades, and yet it’s one of the most important parts of high school. It’s the first step into adulthood and can be stressful. “Teachers will be mean to you and give you tons of homework.” “You’ll never find your way around such a large school, and upperclassmen will pick on you.” These are just some of the things
By FIONA CONNOLLY COLUMNIST The beginning of December is bringing even colder weather than before and we all need another way to keep warm and fashionable. Plus, with the combination of school getter harder and the mornings getting darker, everyone just wants to be comfortable. So what do you wear? An oversized sweater will do the trick. There are multiple ways to wear an oversized sweater: With leggings and boots, a scarf or belt, layering multiple sweaters, or even try an oversized sweater to dress down
Got a problem you can’t solve? Have nowhere to turn? Don’t suffer in silence. Ask Miss Nancy and she’ll give you advice, or at least a few suggestions on what to do. You can reach out to her with or without your name by sending an email to email@example.com. Dear Miss Nancy, I’m stressing out over my ACT scores. I don’t know if I did as well as I wanted to do. What should I do? Stressed by Scores Dear Stressed
Got a problem you can’t solve? Have nowhere to turn? Don’t suffer in silence. Ask Miss Nancy and she’ll give you advice, or at least a few suggestions on what to do. You can reach out to her with or without your name by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Dear Miss Nancy, I’m a pretty shy person when it comes to meeting new people. I’m also really awkward. But I really want to gather up the courage to talk to this really cute guy who