Hey! My name is Clara Burkin. I’m a sophomore, and this is my second year on the eSomethin staff. I’m so excited to be back this year for all the new and exciting stories I’ll get to cover. I’m a thespian and a member of drama club. I was also on student council as a freshman as well as a part of ASL club. I hope to become a baker and own my own bakery someday. I have a tarantula named Aragog and I’m completely obsessed with arthropods of any kind, so lookout for any information on those! The 20/21 school year will sure be somethin’ to remember.
Hi, I’m Ari Collins and I am a freshman at Perrysburg High School. This is my first year as a member of eSomethin. I play tennis and I love art and music. I’m a poet and certified Edgar Allan Poe obsessor. When I’m not writing—well, that’s a hard one, I’m always writing afterall. Somethin’ about writing that I love is being able to write for myself as well as write for others which is why I’m so excited for my first year on the eSomethin staff!
Hi, I am Tony Cox, I’m a sophomore and this is my second year in eSomethin. I enjoy history and I read a lot of books—my favorite series being the Seven Realms. I’m out of things to say about myself, so… be safe, wear a mask, and have a great year!
Hi, I’m Mairead Dalton and I’m a sophomore at Perrysburg High School. This is my first year on the eSomethin team! Outside of writing, I am a member of the Book Club and the Perrysburg Crew Team! As a dedicated bookworm, I am so excited to share my love of reading and writing with all of you!
Lucas Fiscus is returning to the eSomethin staff for his junior year. A member since his freshman year, he has stuck around for the amazing connections he’s made and the work that he’s done. Lucas is involved in theatre both in and out of school, and recently joined the yearbook team. He’s looking forward to recording and reporting the interesting news that’s sure to come from this abnormal school year. He also sometimes writes in the third person. This year will be somethin’ to remember!
I’m Shane Fite and I am going into my junior year. This is my third year on the eSomethin staff and just like every other year, I’m absolutely thrilled to be here. If you see me around school with my camera, come say hi– as long as it’s six feet away. I absolutely can’t wait for another year of taking lots of photos and recording lots of memories.
Hello! My name is Lauren Gorcz. This is my second year with eSomethin. As a sophomore, I am excited to meet all of the new freshmen and learn their stories. In my free time, I love to play lacrosse and hang out with my friends. I’m looking forward to trying somethin’ new this year at PHS.
Hello, I’m Anna Miller and I am a junior here at Perrysburg High School! This is my first year being on the eSomethin’ team. I am also on the varsity gymnastics team at PHS and I am a member of Link Crew, a group designed to help freshman with starting high school! Writing is one of my passions and I will hopefully pursue a career in journalism! I am so excited to be a part of this amazing group and cannot wait to write stories and report about Perrysburg High School!
Hello There! I am Maddie Pool, a freshmen at Perrysburg High School. This is my first year as part of the eSomethin staff. I am part of the orchestra here at PHS and love watching Marvel and Star Wars movies in my free time. I’ve always loved being a part of something big in my school, I was in the yearbook staff at Perrysburg Jr High. Now I get to use some of those skills to contribute to eSomethin. I’m so excited to be a part of something that can make an impact here at PHS.
Hey there! My name is Grace Reiter and this is my second year as an eSomethin staff member. I am going into my senior year with high hopes, regardless of the tribulations that have been thrown our way. Outside of writing for the school newspaper I play varsity tennis; I am on the French Club, Key Club, and Student Council exec boards; and I am a member of NHS. I spend my time outside of school studying ballet at Ballet Theatre of Toledo; playing with my labradoodle, Maxwell; working on a kindness initiative that I started my sophomore year called Bee Kind; running; volunteering at Project MORE; and spending time with my amazing family and friends.
Hey, everyone. I’m Lydia Reiter and I’m a sophomore at Perrysburg High School. This is my first year as a reporter for eSomethin. I’m secretary of my class and a returning letterman on the cross country and track teams. I’m also involved in French Club and Key Club. I can’t wait to start reporting!
Hey, I’m Kennedy Rowley and I’m a junior at Perrysburg High School! This is my 3rd year on the eSomethin staff. Somethin about me is I’m a varsity rower on the Perrysburg Crew Team. This year maybe an odd one, but I’m ready to start reporting on everything here at PHS!
Hello, my name is Matthew Rutheford, and this year I am a sophomore at Perrysburg High School. This will be my first year of being part of the eSomethin staff, and I am pumped to be a part of it! Somethin’ I am looking forward to this year is being back in class with my friends, and learning in the classroom again. I play sousaphone in the marching band and I have recently joined the ZooTeen program and it’s so much fun! This year is gonna be a great year!
Hi! My name is Ainsley Sutter and I’m now a junior coming back for my third year on the eSomethin staff! Just a little somethin’ about me; I play lacrosse for PHS as well as for a travel team. I am also a part of Student Council and DECA. I am super excited to be back working our nearly 100 year old paper!
Tim Kitson is an English teacher at Perrysburg High School and the adviser for eSomethin.com. He is a Michigan native and a graduate of Michigan State University. He enjoys helping students produce digital media and discover the creative process. “Working with eSomethin is a unique opportunity,” said Mr. Kitson, “because few things are constant. We know how important the school paper is to alumni and the community. We want to continue the tremendous success we’ve had over the last few years.” Mr. Kitson greatly appreciates the supportive relationship with the The Toledo Blade.
You can reach Mr. Kitson via email at [email protected].