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District Science Day

On Saturday, March 11th, seven Patrick Henry students attended the District Science Fair at the University of Toledo. Holly Schmenk, Nathan Bostelman, Nicholas Bostelman, Maya Hartman and Hannah Meyer earned Superior ratings and qualified for the State Science Day in Columbus, OH. Hannah Kinder and David Baden earned high excellent ratings and shared in the cash prizes. The State Science Day will be held on May 13, 2017 at The Ohio State University. Nearly one thousand participants from all over Ohio will compete for over 200 prizes and scholarships.

District Science Day Sponsored Award Winners

State Qualifiers Photo (left to right)-Hannah Meyer, Holly Schmenk, Maya Hartman, Nathan Bostelman, Nicholas Bostelman


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Regional Science Fair

On March 4, 2017, eight students in grades 9 through 11 represented Patrick Henry School District at the Northwest Ohio Science and Engineering Fair at Northwest State Community College in Archbold. Over one hundred of the best high school and middle school Science Fair projects from seven counties in Northwest Ohio were on display. The top rating of “Superior” went to Nathan Bostelman (11), Nicholas Bostelman (10), David Baden (10), and Maya Hartman (10). Holly Schmenk (11), Hannah Kinder (11), Romulus Arps (10), and Hannah Meyer (9) received high “Excellent” ratings. Nicholas Bostelman, Nathan Bostelman, and David Baden were among the top twelve projects selected for super judging. David Baden was ranked by a panel of judges to be in the top four, earning a trip to the Intel International Science Fair. The top two high school finalists will compete among the top 1500 projects in the world at the ISEF in Los Angeles, CA, in May, 2017.

Regional Science Fair Results

Maya Hartman, Hannah Kinder, David Baden, Nicholas Bostelman, Nathan Bostelman, Hannah Meyer, Romulus Arps (Holly Schmenk, not pictured)

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Safety Drill Program

Channel 11 aired a program entitled, “Sounding the Alarm,” on Monday, February 27th. The program was about the various safety drills schools are required to conduct. Our principals are dedicated to planning meaningful drills to ensure the safety of the students and staff. This program recognizes PH for properly conducting the safety drills.
 Go to the link below to watch the program:
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Website Changes

Over the next couple of weeks you will start to notice changes in the menus on our website. We are in the process of simplifying where to go on the Patrick Henry site and modernizing it for a better mobile experience.

Thank you for your patience as we work through these changes. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, but hopefully you will find the updated site much more useful and user friendly (especially on a mobile device) when we are done with it!

We hope to have all updates completed by the end of February.

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Kindergarten Clinic

Anyone with a child that will be attending kindergarten, or considering attending kindergarten during the 2017-2018 school year, should stop in at the Patrick Henry Elementary office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. during the months of January and February to pick up a registration packet. You will need to fill out the registration packet and return it to the elementary school. Once the registration packet is returned, you will be able to schedule a time for the kindergarten clinic, which will be held Wednesday, April 19th and Thursday, April 20th. The following information is needed:
   1. Child’s immunization (shot) record.
   2. Certified copy of the child’s birth certificate (the birth record from the hospital is not acceptable).  You may obtain a copy from the health department in the county and state where the child was born.
   3. Custody papers, if applicable
   4. Copy of a physical completed after August 1, 2016, if available.
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Preschool Screenings

Preschool screening dates have been set for February 27th at Crossroads Church in Napoleon from 8:30 am-3:00 pm and March 27th at Holgate United Methodist Church from 8:30 am-3:00 pm. Anyone interested in having their child screened should call Help Me Grow-Northwest Ohio at 1-888-648-8732 to schedule an appointment. Screenings are FREE for children 3 to 5 years old and live in Henry County.  Screenings tell you how your child is developing when compared to his/her peers of the same age. Children are checked in the following areas:
  • Vision and Hearing
  • Speech and Language Skills
  • Small and Large Muscle Movement
  • Personal-Social, Emotional Development
  • Problem Solving Abilities
Feel free to pass this preschool information on to anyone in the community that might have a child meeting the appropriate age range. Please remember that our preschool is run through the NwOESC and all screening questions need to be directed to Help Me Grow-Northwest Ohio at the number already provided.
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Patrick Henry Spirit Wear

Click on the picture below to order your Patrick Henry Spirit Wear from RokkitWear.com


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