Plymouth High School is hosting a Culture Fair to share a variety of cultures with the public.
The Plymouth School District will not charge fees for its 2015 Summer School program.
The PHS Student Council is accepting nominations for the Alumni Hall of Fame until May 1.
Registration is open for the summer session of Community Ed and Rec programs.
The much-anticipated Food Science and Agriculture Center is becoming tangible.
PHS Homecoming 2015 has been set for Oct. 9 and again will feature a parade and football game.
From Hi-Lights: Youth Apprenticeship program gives opportunity to students
PHS placed seventh at the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference.
The Plymouth chapter of the National Honor Society held its 79th annual induction ceremony.
PHS recently awarded Academic Letters and Medals.
The future looks bright for PHS girls basketball, as the freshman team went undefeated in its conference.
The Sheboygan County robotics team, which includes two PHS students, took 2nd in regional competition.
A PHS team took 3rd at the annual Lakeland College Forensic Accounting Competition.
School lunches are featuring numerous entrees made with locally produced meat this spring.
AprilApril 24 -
Choir Honors Recital featuring State-bound solos and duets, 6:30-8:30pm PACApril 25 -
PHS at State Solo and Ensemble in MilwaukeeApril 25 -
PHS Jolly Pranksters in ComedySportz High School League Tournament, 1pm ComedySportz Arena in MilwaukeeApril 28-30 -
ACT Aspire testing of freshmen and sophomores, 7:35-9:30am; juniors and seniors report at 9:30am
MayMay 1 -
PHS Prom, Riverview CafeteriaMay 3 -
PHS Culture Fair, 1-4pm PHS cafeteriaMay 8 -
Eighth-Grade Dance, 7-9pm PHS cafeteria $1May 9 -
Plymouth hosts ComedySportz High School League matches, 11am, noon, 1pm