Posted August 2, 2021
NOTE: Students who will be attending Plymouth public schools for the first time this fall should first enroll in the district, either online or in the District Office, located on the south end (Door 18) of Plymouth High School, 125 S. Highland Ave. If you have questions about enrollment, please call 920-892-2661.
The Plymouth School District is now registering students for the 2021-22 school year.
Families of returning students and new students already enrolled should log into Skyward Family Access before Aug. 13 and follow the instructions to register for 2021-22. Those without access to the Internet can contact their school office for assistance.
Registration primarily involves verifying and updating personal and medical information. With the uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, it is very important that phone numbers and email addresses are current.
We are offering virtual school options for grades 1-12, with grades 1-5 taught by district teachers in a Plymouth Virtual School House, and grades 6-12 attending the Kiel Online School but eligible to participate in Riverview/PHS extracurriculars.
If interested, register your child for 2021-22 in Skyward, complete the Virtual School Interest Form by Aug. 15, and then set up a meeting with your principal to discuss having your child learn in a virtual setting.
The elementary registration fee is $40. Riverview students have a registration fee of $60 and may rent an instrument for $60 and/or buy a yearbook for $20. PHS students have a registration fee of $60 and an extracurricular fee of $85; optional fees include $80 for a parking permit, $60 for instrument rental, $25 for laptop insurance, $30 for an adult season athletic pass, and $10 for a K-8 student season athletic pass.
Families can pay most fees online, through the same vendor that handles online Food Service payments for the district. Simply visit https://plymouthjoint.revtrak.net, click the “School Fees” button, and follow the instructions.
All student meals (i.e. standard breakfast and lunch) will be free again this school year, thanks to an extension in federal funding. Families are asked to pay any overdue balances from previous years.
Checks and forms also can be mailed to the respective schools:
Families also can pay fees and turn in forms by visiting a school office. To help busy parents, the oldest student’s school can accept fees and forms for younger siblings. School offices are open:
Forms and fees also can be turned in at back-to-school events on Wednesday Aug. 25: