Classroom guests - spring 2018

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Schools benefit from classroom guests this spring

Posted June 11, 2018

Many community members shared their expertise with Plymouth School District students this spring.

Horizon Elementary School

  • The Plymouth High School One-Act cast performed “The Canterbury Tales,” written by Lindsay Price, for Horizon students.

Fairview Elementary School

  • Grandparents and other VIPs made kites with afternoon 4K.
  • Grandparents and other special visitors visited kindergartners in Shari Ingersoll’s class.
  • Community volunteers – including Plymouth Police Department, Plymouth Fire Department, Community Education & Recreation swim instructor Beth Kerntke and school nurse Anne Nelson – taught safety lessons to second- and fourth-graders.
  • TMJ4 weatherman Brian Niznansky talked with first-graders about being a weather reporter. Mr. Niznansky showed a model of tornados and read “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.”
  • Laura Grunwald and Adrienne Barrett, Plymouth School District garden coordinators, taught first-graders about composting and worms.
  • Greta Sesing’s father talked with her class about what he does at Haas, then they walked up to the LTC-Plymouth Science & Technology Center at PHS to see Haas machines in action.

Parkview Elementary School

  • Adam Price of Sargento showed third-graders how to make cheese

Learn more:
• Check out the Community Engagement section of our District Report Card to learn more about opportunities for community members to help our students.