Administration

Plymouth School District
125 Highland Ave.
Plymouth, Wisconsin 53073
(920) 892-2661
 

Quick Links

District Curriculum
High School Curriculum Guide
 

Administrators

Dr. Carrie Dassow - District Superintendent - cjdassow@plymouth.k12.wi.us
Mr. Dan Mella - Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction, Homeless Coordinator, Title IX Coordinator - dmella@plymouth.k12.wi.us
Mr. Jon Miller - Manager of Business Services - jomiller@plymouth.k12.wi.us
Mrs. Anne Gamoke - Director of Student Services & Special Education, 504 Coordinator - agamoke@plymouth.k12.wi.us
 

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Plymouth Joint School District! We pride ourselves on our comprehensive and progressive approach to educating all students so that they can be successful in a global society. Our four academic pillars include Academic Excellence, Community Engagement, Extracurricular Involvement, and Financial Responsibility. These pillars guide our strategic planning and programming.  Please take time to review our Pillars of Excellence strategic plans.

We emphasize ingenuity and creativity in our planning and programing as well as in our everyday instruction. You can see this in many of our new initiatives such as the most recent addition of our Food Science and Agriculture Center. We also encourage input from our partners and our community for all parts of our program and curriculum planning. Building partnerships with our community, businesses, and post-secondary institutions is a strong focus for the school district.

The Plymouth School District welcomes all families and community members to our schools. Our district mission is: "To encourage everyone to be their personal best through successful learning experiences." This mission is one that permeates throughout the walls of all our schools. Whether it is a student, parent, staff, or community member, all who enter our doors should immediately know that they will be embraced as a learner. It is our goal that Plymouth is recognized as a stellar place in which to live, learn and prosper.

Sincerely,
Carrie Dassow, Ph.D.
Superintendent