By DALLAS STILES STAFF WRITER On Nov. 6, Perrysburg Schools will have a replacement school levy on the ballot. If you are old enough to vote and are registered to vote, this is the ballot issue that will affect you the most. If the levy is approved, school will continue as is with some improvements, but if the levy fails there will be a lot more cuts than just the soup at lunch. “This levy is a replacement levy from the
Perrysburg cruises to 63-7 win over Bowling Green By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER For Friday night’s game, Jacket fans replaced their usual black and gold for different shades of pink. Even the football player’s wore pink socks for the special event. It was breast cancer awareness night at Steinecker Stadium. This is the second year in a row that Perrysburg High School has teamed up with the Spielman classic and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to promote this important cause.
COMMENTARY By ALANA MARSH STAFF COLUMNIST Many students at Perrysburg High School have come to notice changes in the school lunches over the years. It began gradually with a switch in the kinds of cookies and a reduction in the days french fries were served. Then, as the 2012-13 school year began students came to realize that perhaps lunches would never be the same again. “There is a big push to make sure school meals across the country are offering
By HANYA EL-SHAMY and ABBI COIL STAFF WRITERS When it was decided by the eSomethin.com staff that we wanted more student voices in our coverage of new school lunches we turned to Mrs. Brownfield’s English 112 class. We had a discussion about the food that was offered at Perrysburg High School for lunch and the opinions varied wildly:
Federal school-lunch rules are hard for some to swallow By JOSHUA M. VALERA STAFF WRITER Students in Perrysburg High School are not happy to see that their most prized time of the day – lunch – has been changed, and not for the better, they say. They have noticed this school year that many items they loved in the lunch line have vanished. Missing from the cafeteria are the cookies and ice cream, and the pizza/Bosco Sticks are now whole wheat, but
By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER In August, while most high school students were lying by the pool or sleeping in the Perrysburg High School’s football team was hard at work. The motto for the year — Win The Day — was laid before them. These three simple words have much meaning behind them. “We were taught at the beginning of the year to focus on what is right in front of us,” said senior wide receiver Jimmy Reddick. “Leaving each day