Facilities Information

We benefitting from the updated school facilities and appreciate the support of the community in helping to make these upgrades a reality!

 

 

front of PHS building

o The District Office has moved to its new location in Plymouth High School.
o Park in the new lot in front of the addition and enter at the District/Community Education entrance (Door #18).

front of PHS building

o Community Ed & Rec staff members are now in their new office in the addition on the south side of Plymouth High School. The office is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
o Park in the new lot in front of the addition and enter at the District/Community Education entrance (Door #18).

o PHS Office staff members have temporarily relocated to the former district office space, adjacent to the former PHS Office space.
o Park in the lot near the flagpole in front of the school and enter at Door #2. During school hours (7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.) you will need to press the intercom button to request admittance.

front of Fairview

o The Fairview Office is in its new location just inside the main door.

front of Fairview

o The Parkview Office is in its new location just inside the main door.

Fairview Elementary School

o Students began using their new music room, gymnasium, cafeteria, art room, and secure entrance in March.

Principal and students in music room

 

Plymouth High School

o The District Office moved into its new location, and crews began remodeling the PHS Office.

plywood wall at end of lobby

Plymouth High School

o Summer 2020: Completion of remaining projects

Plymouth High School

o A crane was assembled on the site in November 2018 to handle heavy lifting.

crane towering over construction site

 
o Crews laid the lower-level walls and ceiling into place in February 2019.

Concrete walls and ceiling in place

 
o Workers guided precast sections into place on the addition in early March 2019.

Two workers with section held by crane

 
o The roof steel structure was in place by early April 2019.

Building with crane

 
o Work began on enclosing the roof in late April.

Building with crane

 
o Crews worked on enclosing the addition throughout May.

a look at the partially complete addition, as seen from the south

 
o Work on the science classrooms, multipurpose facility, and safer traffic access continued through August.

interior of classroom; front of PHS; and parking plan

 
o The public got a Preview of the Fitness Center, Multipurpose Facility, and other features of the addition during Homecoming in September.

interior of classroom; front of PHS; and parking plan

 
o Students began using science classrooms, the fitness center, and the multi-purpose center in October.

students working on experiment in science lab

 
o The PHS Marching Band and other student groups continued to utilize the new facilities in November, which also saw the fitness center open to community members.

band in multi-purpose facility

 
o The new pro-style griddle and other industrial equipment went into service in the Culinary Arts kitchen in December.

students making pancakes

 
o Science students continue to enjoy their modernized classrooms and expanded project space.

students watching toy car with egg

 
o Community members got a look at remodeled science classrooms and culinary arts improvements during an Open House on Feb. 27.

people looking at science lab

 

Parkview Elementary School

o Construction fencing went up in April 2019.

Fencing in front of Parkview

 
o Demolition of the gymnasium and cafeteria took place in May.

crane reaching into partially demolished stage

 
o Construction of the new gymnasium began in July.

crane placing gym walls

 
o Crews restored access to the school in time for Sneak Peek in August.

family entering next to new gym

 
o Students began using the new cafeteria and gymnasium in November.

students running in gym

 
o Parkview had its Winter Concert in the new gymnasium and a Book Fair in the new cafeteria in December.

students on stage in gym

 
o Workers put the finishing touches on Parkview in January, including this sign in the main office.

words on wood wall

 
o Community members got a look at the school upgrades during an Open House on Feb. 27.

family entering cafeteria

 
 

Fairview Elementary School

o Construction fencing went up in June 2019.

Fencing in front of Fairview

 
o Demolition of the gymnasium and cafeteria took place in July.

school after removal of gymnasium area

 
o Crews restored access to the school in time for Sneak Peek in August.

Mr. O'Malley greeting families outside school

 
o Crews placed precast walls for the new gymnasium in September.

crane positioning part of wall

 
o Crews placed the last of the precast walls for the new gymnasium in October.

crane next to gym walls

 
o Crews poured the subfloor for the new gymnasium in November.

cement truck next to new gym

 
o Work on the interior of the cafeteria (and gymnasium) advanced in January.

interior of Fairview cafeteria

 
o Workers put finishing touches on the gymnasium (and cafeteria) in February.

interior of Fairview gym

 

o More secure, convenient visitor access to School, District and Community Ed & Rec offices

- School offices will be relocated with a direct view of the main door.
- District and Community Education & Recreation offices will be relocated toward the front of the PHS building, to provide easier and more secure access for visitors.
- Schools will be able to close off areas of the building during times when the community is using the building.

o Safer traffic patterns for school buses and passenger vehicles

o District-wide security and communications system upgrade

o Improved Science facilities with renovated modern labs, providing a strong foundation to support our Science & Technology curriculum

o New Health Careers curriculum, including pre-nursing and medical terminology classes, in response to expected shortages in health-care fields

o Enhanced Culinary Arts kitchens, which will allow students to earn culinary certifications

o Updated Physical Education facilities at the elementary schools and high school, with more space for year-round, indoor activities to provide more variety for students and more opportunities for community use

o Renovated Food Service facilities, with updated cafeterias