Charlie Hebert notes that city-dwellers don’t spend much time outside. Nature, he says, is the answer to many problems.
Many Jackets took to Twitter to throw shade before (and express condolences after) Saturday’s loss to Maumee.
Ohio has exceptionally fickle weather patterns. For the students of Perrysburg this means the chances of a school delay or cancellation are unpredictable.
Zach Peats and Ryan Huffman surveyed PHS students, asking them how many siblings they have and how many pets their family owns. Is there a correlation? Click to see their findings.
Taylin Hunter asked students in her ‘Topics of Interest’ survey how many siblings and or step siblings they had, and what was their favorite holiday. Click to see the findings.
Meric Joseph Pope’s ‘Topics of Interest’ survey examines if the more technological options we have in the world, the less free we seem to be in making choices. Check out the findings.
Katie Menke and Allie Kemp explore if there is a connection between your GPA and how much water you drink. Check out their findings.
Luke Bakies’ survey explores if students at one Perrysburg elementary had better ACT scores than students at the other three schools. Was it Fort Meigs, Frank, Toth or Woodland? Click to see the findings.
Christine Pavelko explores whether the grade level of students has an impact on how much Netflix they watch in a week.
Caroline Mandly’s survey examines the relationship between advanced classes and sleep. Are students who take AP/honors classes sleep deprived? Check out Caroline’s findings.