Show your community pride by making a gift to the Panther Pride Foundation
Your donation will help ensure that future generations of Maumee High School students have access to high-quality educational and extra-curricular experiences, like the students before them. Your generosity will also benefit our community by supporting the facilities and expanded educational experiences that make Maumee High School great – and that shine like a jewel in the crown of our city.
Donations of any size are welcome. We accept gifts of cash, check, or credit card. Please make checks payable to Panther Pride Foundation. Our address is 1147 Saco St, Maumee OH 43537.We accept contributions of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, trusts, bequests, and life insurance policies. For more information on transferring these items, please contact us.
2019 Annual Appeal begins in November
Please join us in supporting the work of providing a cathedral experience to all MHS students today and into the future by making a monthly contribution to the PPF. Your donation will help us address needs in the Arts, Academics and Athletics. Click below to complete a secure online form. Thank you for support!
25th Anniversary of MHS 1994 Football Team Champion/State Playoff Team.
Dear Teammates, Classmates, Fellow Alumni, and Friends of Maumee High School:
On Friday, September 6th, many of us are returning home to Maumee to cheer on our hometown Panthers under the “Friday Night Lights” versus Sandusky Perkins High School. We’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of our 1994 football team’s league championship and trip to the OHSAA playoffs. What a trip down memory lane it will be.
While we most certainly will be reminiscing and telling stories about the “glory days,” I think everyone is just as excited to see first-hand the results of the Panther Pride Foundation’s Kazmaier Stadium renovation project. I first leaned about the project’s plans for the project in June 2017, when I had the honor to serve as the Honorary Event Chairman for the 25th Anniversary of the annual Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing. I was immediately impressed by the project, recognizing the need and related benefits. The initial $1.8M investment was a critical first step for the huge endeavor. It ensured that current and future Panthers would have the facilities necessary to support memory making on the field, the same or better opportunities that we all were afforded as MHS student athletes.
While the project has made great strides to date, already allowing current MHS student athletes to reap some of the benefits, there is much left to do in order to put the finishing touches on all aspects of the comprehensive plan. Some of the remaining tasks include finishing areas like the locker rooms, south entryway, and visitor amenities. The Panther Pride Foundation continues its fundraising efforts to complete these essential tasks.
I’d like to challenge all of you to join me in helping get this project “across the goal line.” Let’s band together as a team to ensure that there is an awesome backdrop to support the championship teams that are yet to come. This is our chance to assist in making memories for Panthers following in our footsteps, perhaps en route to a 25th anniversary celebration of their own.
Drew Faulkner ‘95
Special Giving Opportunity - Class of 1989 Invites All Alumni to Join Them in this Project
The MHS Class of 1989 is coming together to commemorate their 30th reunion by making a gift to the Panther Pride Foundation. Donations are being accepted until August 17 and can be made by using the link below.
Legacy Gift Giving
Kazmaier Stadium Renewal Project Paver Brick Campaign
2020 Purchase a legacy brick paver!
Bricks that are to be installed for the Fall 2020 season must be purchased by 6/4/2020 This is a great way to honor a graduate, memorialize a family or honor a class. The bricks for 2019 installation will be available for donors to view on 8/23/2019 during the Purple and Gold preview event at Kazmaier Stadium.
Please complete the below link so that we may receive and acknowledge your contribution as quickly and easily as possible. We appreciate your commitment to support Maumee City Schools. In return, the Panther Pride Foundation assures you that all sensitive data and personal information involved in the online gift process is handled through our secure server. All bricks can hold up to 6 lines, 12 spaces per line and will only hold numbers and letters. (No logos or images)
Walkthrough of Kazmaier Stadium renovations
Phase 2 - Fall 2019 - $ 380,000
The Maumee City Schools spent funds to start the renovations on the Visitor Side.
To be completed in Summer 2020- $325,000
Seal Coating of Visitor Stands
Bathrooms for visitors
Build out of Panther Den ( Donated labor from Athletic Boosters)
Completion of Athletic Training Room
Future Phases 2020-2025
Visitor side locker rooms- to be completed in 2020
Home side locker room
South Entry Gateway
West Parking Lot
View of the finished project
Sarah M. Chappuis Memorial Entryway James L. Chappuis MD, FACS Alumni Center and Panther Den
Continued support from alumni and community is needed to finish the priority project.
Read Across America - March 2, 2020
Come join other MHS alumni as we celebrate Dr. Suess' birthday by reading in one of the classrooms in one of three elementary schools. We will work to match your desired classroom age and to engage you in a great experience back in Maumee City Schools. To sign up and volunteer click here
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Save the Date: April 17, 2020- 'A Class Act' hosted at Parkway Place /6-9 p.m. Honoring past and present band directors of MHS.
'A Class Act' 2019 Recap
In honor of Charlie Carr '72 (event program)
A special night that was attended by over 180 friends, family, and alumni of Maumee High School and of the late Charlie Carr. Time was given to speak about Charlie's contributions to Maumee and Maumee City Schools. He left some big shoes to fill. Entertainment was provided by three MHS alumni who were inspired by their time at MHS. Libby Servais '04, Claire (Otis) Miller '05 and Malik Khalfani '15. Tony Wagener ' 03 played along in one of Libby's Broadway tunes. MHS Orchestra Ensemble opened up the night.