Perrysburg Schools Foundation
Foundation Scholarships

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The Perrysburg Schools Foundation provides annual scholarships and recognition awards to outstanding students, faculty and staff of the district.

More than $150,000 in scholarships have been presented since the group’s inception, and student, faculty and alumni awards have been presented annually to those members of the district best exemplify our commitment to scholarship, community service and improving the lives of others.

2016 Scholarship Winners Include

Jaryd Wellstead Gilts Memorial Scholarship
Logan Bunde

Tyler Benjamin Custer Scholarship
Colby Buzzell

Elizabeth M. Munger Scholarship
Emily Byrd

Charles L. Collins Scholarship
Sean Dunphy

Hovland Book Scholarship
Lorna Fletcher and Stephen Strouse

Burke and Sara Badenhop Scholarship
Bethany Glowacki

Mary Jo and Orville F. Schaller Memorial Scholarship
Meghan Grycza and Kristin Alt

Marjory E. and Herman F. Mizer Memorial Scholarship
Noah Hessling and Erika Joldrichsen

Dr. David R. Milne Scholarship
Taylin Hunter

Robert C. and Dorothy JJ. Welch Scholarship
Katherine Menke

Ralph Protsik ’61 Vocal Scholarship
Jacob Myers

John P. Donahue Memorial Scholarship
Alesandra Phlegar

Robert William Nooney II Memorial Scholarship
William Suarez

Perrysburg Schools Foundation Scholarship
Mckenzie Weaver

2016 Perrysburg Staff Recognition Awards

George C. Munger and Elizabeth M. Munger Outstanding Educator Award
Kris Harvey, Perrysburg High School Math Department

2016 Outstanding Educator Awards (by school)

Perrysburg High School
Don Griffith

Perrysburg Junior High School
Nate Wallace

Toth Elementary School
Sarah Bedee ’00

Fort Meigs Elementary School
Stanley George

Woodland Elementary School
Jennifer Marlowe

Frank Elementary School
Brooke Schulte

Outstanding District Support Staff Award
Todd Burgy and Nick Bruns, Transportation Department

In recent years the Senior English classes at Perrysburg High School have moved to a student-choice/student-taught curriculum or a Reading/Writing Workshop. The approach is that students are encouraged to choose which books they would LIKE to read throughout the year. The students are then required to write about what they are reading and share that with their classmates. The faculty is finding that students are reading more, and comprehending much more, about their chosen books. They are also encouraging each other to read different types of books than they were before. One classroom, which included the shelving and books, was funded through the district and a second classroom was funded through a grant provided by the Class of 1967, in honor of their 50th reunion. The program has been such a success that PSF is in the process of converting a third classroom for this style of teaching English. Here is a video of Ms. Deb Drew talking about what she has seen by teaching in this style.