Between these few seasons so far, the “team has grown from twenty-six roughly to thirty-five” rowers according to Savannah Bales, one of the team’s coaches.
This year’s student council campaigns lived up to the hilarilarity and creativity expected.
The results gathered from this survey will be used in an upcoming article about high school student stress
“We have our hardworking head coaches, Chuck [Salmon] and Malcolm [Fisher] and our wonderful assistant coach, Jessica [Sudnick]. Not only do they do whatever they can to improve our swimming abilities, but they want the best for you,” explains Hickman.
Video game night at the high school is tonight — but are video games negatively affecting our youth?
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TBH is an anonymous survey app that is sectioned off by school, people select their state and then their school giving them the ability to communicate with their peers.
On September 21st, when the Lucas County Health Department issued a recreational public health advisory for the Maumee River, rowers were concerned. Though the water is still safe to drink, the department advises that, “If you have been in contact with water associated with the algal bloom, rinse your skin immediately.” Teams knew that the Frogtown Regatta was at risk.
“[Theatre] teaches you you how to work well with a team, helps build your social skills, and make friends and memories that last a lifetime,” explains sophomore Noah Bunting.
Robert Boyd, a former president of the Perrysburg Historical Society and an author of multiple books about our area’s history, tells Riley Pierce about Hood Park.