Many students at Perrysburg High School were shocked by the new lighting in the school hallways a few weeks ago. Some compare the sudden change to the bright, overbearing lights of prison.
Teachers need hundreds, almost thousands, of hours of additional training, in their own expertise, throughout their careers. It is a teacher’s job to teach, not to carry weapons to defend lives; Ohio legislators should not equate those jobs: if they want to, the training should be held to the same standard.
Hiba and Maddie love music — more specifically they like nerding out about the Jonas Brothers. However this time, they were joined by eSomethin veteran Ari Collins! Listen to their latest episode now!
As gun violence and mass shootings skyrocket, quickly becoming a leading cause of death for children and teens, legislators have missed their shot at a solution. Instead of protecting citizens from brutality, they continue to inhibit Americans’ right to expression.
The Arts Commission is accepting applications for their summer teen apprentice program, Young Artists At Work (YAAW) until March 17, 2023. The program, which has been running since 1994, hires Toledo area teens to create, connect and learn over the course of six weeks.
The proposed Ohio House Bill 616 (HB 616), introduced by Republican representatives Jean Schmidt and Mike Loychik, is a broad piece of legislation that will censor minority voices and erase essential topics from conversations.
On Feb. 3, 2023, a train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio. It was then discovered that many of the train cars were carrying hazardous, toxic materials that then caught fire at the site. The event is now considered a disaster, affecting air quality, water supply and agriculture in Ohio.
The temperature is dropping and many people are still rushing to get their shopping done before the holidays. As this festive season continues, Perrysburg families should give back to the community by supporting local retailers.