The varsity softball game with North Central today has been cancelled.
4/4/2018 - 2 Hour Delay
The varsity softball game, North Central at Pettisville, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 4, starting at 4:00 PM.
The varsity softball and baseball games at Montpelier are cancelled.
The varsity track meet at Archbold has been cancelled.
The varsity baseball game, varsity softball game, and varsity track meet have been cancelled for today, Thursday, March 29.
The junior high track meet at Pettisville for today has been cancelled.
7th grade girls who are participating in ROX partcipated in the self-defense portion last evening. They learned to be aware of your surroundings and you are worth fighting for!
Pettisville High School quiz team members compete in Round 2 of the NBAL Round Robin League Tournament. At this moment, Sarah Herring, Jacob Myers, Zach Basselman, and Aaron Rupp are competing against Defiance High School.
Yesterday, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards released their list of national medalists, and we are proud to announce that Pettisville students have received a three national Scholastic awards. Junior Madeleine Wixom received a silver medal in photography, senior Gretchen Lee received a silver medal in writing, and eighth grade Lyla Heising received a gold medal in writing. This is an incredible accomplishment for each of these individuals.
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After 32 rounds successfully spelling words like praline, ubiquitous, garibaldi, menhaden, zeitgeber, alaminute, and Kazan, Pettisville 8th grader Lyla Heising was named the Toledo Blade Spelling Bee winner and has won a trip to Washington DC to represent Pettisville at the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Congratulations to Lyla for her exceptional performance.
Good luck to the Junior High Quiz Team at the Fulton County Junior High Academic Quiz Tournament!
Seniors attended the Fulton County Career Exploration day today. They particpated in two mock interviews and two workshops.
12 students presented projects at the Northwest Ohio Science & Engineering Fair (NWOSEF) at Northwest State Community College. Matt Rupp, Jessie McWatters, Jordan Skates, and Kayla Wyse made super judging. Jordan placed 1st and will be presenting at the International Science & Engineering Fair. Jessie and Kayla will go as observers. All students did an awesome job representing Pettisville High School!
The FCCLA State Project is "Our Family, Our Kids." FCCLA members and Family and Consumer Science students made 100 washcloth bunnies. Each bunny holds a bar of soap. All of the washcloth bunnies are being donated to Sarah's House in Bryan.
The boys’ basketball team will play on Friday, March 2 at Bryan High School in the sectional final beginning at 6:00 PM. Doors open at 5:00 PM. There are no pre-sale tickets for the boys’ sectional tournament. Ticket prices at the door for the boys’ sectional tournament are $6 for adults and $4 for students.
The Pettisville Girls Basketball defeated the Antwerp Archers 32 to 17 on Saturday in the sectional tournament to advance to the district tournament. The girls will take on Wayne Trace on Thursday, March 1, at 6:15 PM at Archbold High School. Doors open at 5:15 PM. Pre-sale tickets for the girls’ district game will be on sale on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and on Thursday from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Pre-sale ticket prices are $6 for adults and $4 for students. All tickets at the door are $6. Anyone taking up a seat, regardless of age, will be charged admission. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets from the school as we receive a portion of the pre-sale ticket sales.
There will be a meeting for junior high and high school track team members and their parents on Tuesday, February 27 at 7:00 PM in the study hall. If you cannot attend please contact Coach Wagner or Coach Jaramillo and still have one of your parents attend the meeting.
The JH quiz team had fun this evening putting their knowledge to the test in an informal match against parents, grandparents, high schoolers, and friends.