To have a yard sign placed at your property and/or to join our email list to stay up-to-date throughout the campaign, just fill out the form on our web site. Please encourage your friends and neighbors to sign up, too! Signs will be placed in late September.
Please make a donation by mailing a check payable to “Citizens for Perrysburg Schools” c/o Eric Benington, Treasurer, 412 Rutledge Court, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 or via PayPal on our web site. Donations are integral in helping purchase signs and targeted mailings.
Letter to the Editor
Just let us know if you’d like to share your support with the community—we’ll help with the rest!
We can work with you to help craft your message; just fill out the form here.
We will have teams going door-to-door from mid-September until Election Day. To sign up, just fill out the form here and we’ll contact you with available days and times.
Host a Coffee
You provide the guests and refreshments and we provide the speaker. It’s just as important to provide info to supporters as those who are undecided so they have key info when talking with friends and family. No group is too large or too small. You may host in your home or we can help coordinate a location. We can also give a 5-minute speech before or after your church or civic group meeting. Fill out this form if you are interested!
Please Vote FOR Perrysburg Schools on Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Continuing Operational Levy RENEWAL
NOT a New Tax – Renews at the SAME RATE it is TODAY
- Generations of Perrysburgers have committed to making Perrysburg Schools what it is today:
a high-achieving school district that provides a well-rounded education.
- The community has a vested interest in preserving and maintaining its most valuable investment.
- The continuing levy renewal on November 8 will stay at the same rate it is today and will never need to go back on the ballot.
- Voters first passed this operational levy in 2004 and replaced it in 2008 and 2012.
- Represents nearly 27% of our budget.
- If the levy were to fail on November 8, Perrysburg Schools would not exist the way we know it today.