Public invited to Local Food Fair, Panther Plant Sale Posted April 30, 2018
Plymouth High School is the place to be May 12, with two public events that day: the 2018 Local Food Fair and opening day of the Panther Greenhouse Plant & Flower Sale.
Developmental screenings available May 10-11Posted April 30, 2018
Born to Succeed developmental screenings are being offered this spring for children under age 5 who live in the Plymouth School District.
Wellness Coaching, Dog Obedience, Artisan Bread offeredPosted April 23, 2018
Community Education & Recreation is offering a new Wellness Coaching opportunity and a new Dog Obedience class, plus bringing back the popular Artisan Sourdough Bread class this May.
Summer fitness, aquatic classes begin soonPosted April 23, 2018
Community Education & Recreation is offering a new Trail Running class, plus a dozen other fitness and aquatic classes during the May-August session.
PHS senior receives national Spirit of Sport AwardPosted April 23, 2018
Plymouth High School student Bryce Ladwig has been selected as the 2018 Section 4 recipient of the National High School Spirit of Sport Award presented by the National Federation of State High School Associations.
PHS FBLA sending 4 to Nationals Posted April 23, 2018
The Plymouth High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America recently attended the State Leadership Conference, where students competed in business events and attended workshops.
Community Ed & Rec summer registration opens ThursdayPosted April 16, 2018
Registration opens at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 19 for the summer session of Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation programs, which run from May through August.
Summer child care discount available until April 25Posted April 16, 2018
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation offers all-day summer child care for children as young as 6 weeks old through students who will be entering fifth grade in the fall.
Hiking Club, Kayaking, Aging Parents Conversation offeredPosted April 16, 2018
Community Education & Recreation is offering a new Hiking Club, a fun Kayaking experience, and a Community Conversation about caring for aging parents.
Schools benefit from classroom guests this winterPosted April 16, 2018
Many community members shared their expertise with Plymouth School District students this winter, including Beth Heilman of Safe Harbor, who co-taught a unit of the Composition and Cultural Analysis class at Plymouth High School.
Summer School registration openPosted April 9, 2018
Registration is now open for the 2018 Plymouth School District Summer School program, which offers nearly 80 free classes for students in kindergarten through high school.
Next Fantastic Friday features roller skating, dance partyPosted April 9, 2018
Participants in the next Fantastic Friday on April 27 will enjoy roller skating at Spectrum Entertainment Center in Fond du Lac and a dance party at Horizon Elementary School.
Jolly Pranksters to present show, compete in tourneyPosted April 9, 2018
The Plymouth High School Jolly Pranksters comedy team will compete in the ComedySportz High School League Tournament as well as present a free comic improvisation show for the public this month.
Community Ed & Rec summer guide available soonPosted April 9, 2018
Community Education & Recreation will offer a variety of fitness, youth and general-interest courses this summer, a mix of returning favorites plus eight new opportunities.
PHS inducts 20 into Business Honor SocietyPosted April 9, 2018
Plymouth High School recently inducted 20 new members into its chapter of the National Business Honor Society, to join 11 existing members.
PHS team participates in ProStart competitionPosted April 9, 2018
A Plymouth High School team did well at a recent ProStart competition in Milwaukee, demonstrating the skills and teamwork learned in their culinary arts classes.
Voters pass referendum for school upgradesPosted April 4, 2018
Voters supported a referendum question on the April 3 ballot allowing the Plymouth School District to borrow up to $31.9 million for school upgrades.
PHS students race cardboard boats in poolPosted April 2, 2018
Working in teams, students in Paul Krzyzaniak’s accelerated physics classes recently built boats using only a cardboard box and a roll of duct tape.