The TPS Foundation is working to update records with Toledo Public Schools alumni contact information. Part of this process includes 92,000 postcards that were sent to high school graduates of TPS schools in an effort to gather names, addresses, phone numbers and other details such as class years.

Upon receiving the postcards in the mail, the Blade has reported that many TPS alumni have questioned whether the postcards are legitimate—and the answer is yes

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Creating a TPS Alumni Directory

The TPS Foundation authorized a Texas-based company called Publishing Concepts (PCI) to contact graduates in an effort to update the TPS high school directories. The reputable company has been used by many TPS high schools in the past, so the Foundation felt PCI was a good fit for this districtwide initiative.

The purpose of collecting contact information is to enable better communication with graduates when promoting activities hosted by the Foundation and in the district. The Foundation hopes that the result of this directory update will be increased awareness and participation in alumni-focused events and fundraising efforts.

PCI will be sending out multiple postcards to addresses where alumni are last known to have listed, as well as attempt to contact graduates by email and phone. These postcards will contain a short message that is signed by Superintendent Romules Durant.

The only action graduates are asked to take is to call a toll-free number to verify the accuracy of data. The toll-free numbers for each high school are listed below. TPS expects to wrap up this effort in October.

  • Bowsher High School: 1-800-510-8701
  • Rogers High School: 1-800-546-1014
  • Start High School: 1-866-569-5862
  • Waite High School: 1-866-571-0631
  • Woodward High School: 1-866-571-4613
  • DeVilbiss High School: 1-866-578-8159
  • Libbey High School: 1-866-579-7886
  • Macomber-Whitney High School: 1-866-579-7891

It's time for the annual event that brings TPS Proud graduates together at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo.

The 9th Annual District-wide Alumni Event, where TPS alums can reconnect with former classmates while cheering on the hometown Mud Hens, is set for Friday, June 16, 2017, at Top of the Nine at Fifth Third Field.

Click here to get all the details. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the Mud Hens will be facing off against the Durham Bulls starting at 7 p.m. There will be fireworks after the game.

Call 419-671-0440 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. Deadline to order tickets is June 5. Click here to download an order form: District-wide Alumni Event

Have fun while you Hit a Home Run with Toledo Public Schools.

Posted on May 11, 2017

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One of the main objectives of the TPS Foundation (TPSF) is to provide annual scholarships to graduating TPS seniors. This year, these scholarships were awarded to 30 recipients from eight different TPS high schools.

The scholarships, which were awarded to students pursuing both college and Career Tech pre-apprenticeship programs, amounted to a total of $32,200. This year’s awarded scholarships are provided thanks to many community corporations and private donors, including the University of Toledo and Telesystem.

The TPS Foundation received applications from more than 80 TPS students. The recipients of the scholarships were chosen based on academic performance, extracurricular activities and school involvement, and a personal essay explaining the impact the funds would have on their education.

The Toledo Public Schools Foundation continues to provide annual scholarships to TPS graduating seniors pursuing their career path at a post-secondary accredited institution or, NEW THIS YEAR, a post-secondary Career Tech certification program.

Students have until March 1 to fill out the 2017 scholarship application. Information about the current application can be accessed by clicking here The application can be accessed here: