“Proudly serving the communities of Deshler, Elery, Grelton, Hamler, Malinta, and Westhope."

2014 Voter's Guide

The 2014 Senior Government class has prepared a voter's guide covering all issues and candidates in the Patrick Henry School District.

Click on this link to view the guide: 2014 Voter's Guide

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Levy Clarification

Our school district has two levies that are not a continuing levy, and both are expiring in 2015.  One is the Emergency levy which is on the ballot for renewal next week.  The other levy is a 2.45 mill Operating levy that the voters will not be asked to renew and it will expire. 

If you have any questions regarding the levy feel free to contact the Superintendent at 419-274-5451.

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Book Fairs

Be sure to visit the Deshler Elementary and Malinta-Grelton Elementary links for detailed information on their Book Fairs

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Camp Palmer Fundraisers

The seventh graders at Patrick Henry Middle School are 'earning' their way for the Camp Palmer trip they will take in May. McDonald's Peeler Cards ($10 each) and Patrick Henry 'In It to Win It' clothing (click for order sheet), along with a catalog of other items (from wrapping paper to household items to food) are available. Contact a PHMS seventh grade student on or before Friday, November 14th to place your order!

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Patrick Henry 7th Grade Volleyball Team

NWOAL Champions for 2014

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District XC Tournament

Ottawa--Saturday, 10-18-2014

HS Boys: Freshman Nathan Bostelman finished in 10th place qualifying for the regional tournament at Hedges Boyer Park in Tiffin next Saturday. The strong winds and light rain made it difficult to run personal best times. Nathan ran his second fastest time of the season, finishing the 3.1 mile course in 17:31. Twin brother, Nicholas Bostelman, was one of the few to run a PR on Saturday, besting his previous time by 13 seconds. Nicholas finished in 27th in 18:14. Other PH finishers included Tadder Rohda (38)18:47, Noah Pickering (42) 18:54, Michael Schmenk (81) 21:56, Andrew Diem (83) 22:04, and Austin Jensen (85) 22:09. Ninety four runners competed in the contest. PH boys finished in 8th place of 16 schools.

HS Girls: Deana Maas led the lady Patriots finishing in 44th in a time of 24:00. The weather had significant impact on the girls’ times as well. It was a best effort performance, which resulted in second fastest times of the season form nearly every Patriot runner. Kayla Parry(54) finished in 24:48; Ana Craig (67) established a new PR of 26:31; Alexa Diemer (68) ran 26:33; and Ryan Bomia (70) had a best time of 26:48. Eighty runners competed. The PH girls finished in 10th place of 16 participating schools.


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