Posted May 20, 2019
Congratulations to these Plymouth High School students on their recent recognitions!
Members of the Plymouth High School chapter of Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
Plymouth High School recently inducted new students into Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, the Spanish Honor Society.
Seniors can apply for membership in the Spanish Honor Society if they are enrolled in Spanish 3, 4 or 5 and have earned an accumulative grade-point average of 3.5. They also must demonstrate interest in continuing the study of the Spanish language and culture and be in good standing in the PHS Spanish Department. Inductees are expected to complete five hours of service activity during their senior year.
After the induction ceremony held May 16, the following are members of the PHS Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica:
Spanish NHS officers
Plymouth High School recently held its 14th annual appreciation breakfast for 29 math, science and English tutors.
Tutors volunteer at the beginning of each semester and are matched to PHS students throughout the year as the need arises. Students being tutored find greater success in their classes and demonstrate an increase in their overall confidence and self-esteem. Tutors experience first-hand the rewards of helping others while strengthening their leadership skills.
Each tutor who attended this year’s breakfast on May 14 received a gift bag and participated in raffle drawings. Gifts and prizes were donated by Dr. Frank Gatyas DDS, K-W Electric, Kwik Trip, Marshall Sign, Meyer Motors, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, Suchon Funeral Home and Cremation Services, and Tom and Jerry's Mini Golf.
2018-19 PHS Tutors
Plymouth High school students look over raffle prizes at the 2018-19 PHS Tutor Appreciation Breakfast. Photo by Dave Coley