Posted April 15, 2019
Congratulations to these Plymouth High School groups on their recent recognitions!
This editorial cartoon by Plymouth High School student Carolyn Britt took second in state competition.
The Plymouth High School student newspaper, Hi-Lights, recently was awarded the Red Ribbon in the publication division by the Northeast Wisconsin Scholastic Press Association.
This was the highest award given this year to a newspaper produced in class at a medium-sized school. The following individuals also won a total of 17 awards:
The PHS Technology Education and Engineering Club took second place in the 2019 Home Expo High School Project.
This year’s project was to make bean bag toss boards. Members of the PHS team, which earned $500 in Tools for Schools, were Dylonn Fox, Jerry Georg, Jackson Krueger, Dillion Marquardt, Cody Pike, Jacob Schaller, and Luke Schultz.
PHS has been named a Gold Standard School by Next Gen Personal Finance. The Gold Standard designation indicates that a school requires all students to take a one-semester, standalone course in personal finance to graduate.
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