Posted December 19, 2016
Here is a look back at some of our biggest stories from 2016, based on online views of the articles.
1. Plymouth school registration under way
Originally posted August 1, 2016
The Plymouth School District is now registering students for the 2016-17 school year.
2. Photos: PHS Prom 2016
Originally posted May 9, 2016
Plymouth High School students enjoyed Prom 2016 on May 7 in the Riverview Middle School cafeteria.
3. PHS students earn $1.9 million in scholarships
Originally posted May 23, 2016
Plymouth High School seniors will be receiving nearly $1.9 million in scholarships, which were announced during the annual Scholarship Awards Night held May 18 at the school.
4. Class exemplar embodies leadership, compassion
Originally posted May 30, 2016
Brandon Herrin credits his mother, Cheryl Kaiser, with teaching him to be strong, loving and compassionate.
5. Schools say goodbye to retiring staff
Originally posted June 13, 2016
The Plymouth School District will bid farewell to a number of staff members who are retiring. Together they have 336 years of service to the district.
6. PHS holds Commencement Exercises
Originally posted June 5, 2016
Plymouth High School graduated 201 students June 5 at Plymouth City Park with hundreds of family and friends in attendance.
7. PHS to present ‘Fiddler on Roof’
Originally posted February 22, 2016
Plymouth High School will present “Fiddler on the Roof,” which it produced previously in 1990, as its 50th musical March 3-6.
8. Remembering Jeff Petrie
Originally posted October 10, 2016
Beloved teacher and coach Jeff Petrie passed away Saturday, the day after Riverview Middle School brought its own Homecoming parade to his street.
9. Public invited to PHS Homecoming
Originally posted September 26, 2016
The community is encouraged to enjoy Plymouth High School Homecoming Week from Oct. 2 to 8, especially the annual parade and football game on Friday, Oct. 7.
10. PHS pool to be named for Coach Slagle
Originally posted July 4, 2016
Friends of Mike Slagle have launched a campaign to honor the longtime swim coach and athletic director, who died last summer.