Child development screening May 5Posted April 24, 2017
Born to Succeed developmental screenings are being offered May 5 for children ages six months to 4 years old living in the Plymouth School District.
Meditation, Lyme disease, dog obedience, SCUBA classes offeredPosted April 24, 2017
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering Monthly Meditations and a new class about Lyme disease, as well as favorites dog obedience and SCUBA in May.
PHS Artifact: Auditorium podiumPosted April 24, 2017
This podium on the stage of the Plymouth High School auditorium was built in the mid-2000s by the late Mike Slagle, beloved teacher, coach and athletic director.
PHS students attend state career eventPosted April 24, 2017
Plymouth High School food science and culinary arts students attended the recent Farm to Factory to Fork Career Discovery sponsored by FaB Wisconsin, the state food and beverage industry trade organization.
Community Ed & Rec registration now openPosted April 17, 2017
Registration is now open for the next session of Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation programs, which run from May through August.
Two PHS students qualify for FBLA NationalsPosted April 17, 2017
The Plymouth High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America sent 30 students to compete at the recent State Leadership Conference, where 11 of them placed in the top eight and two qualified for national competition.
PHS student 2nd in Midwest business competition Posted April 17, 2017
Plymouth High School student Delaney Scudella recently placed second at the Midwest High School Pitch Competition sponsored by the UW-Whitewater Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization.
PHS brings home 6 medals from LTC Culinary Competition Posted April 17, 2017
Plymouth High School students earned six medals at the recent culinary competition hosted by the Lakeshore Culinary Institute in Sheboygan.
Recycling unit brings visits from Green Team, Advanced Disposal Posted April 17, 2017
Recycling truck crews from Advanced Disposal recently visited Plymouth elementary schools to explain how trash and recyclables are separated by their equipment.
PHS seeking Alumni Hall of Fame nominees Posted April 10, 2017
The Plymouth High School Student Council is accepting nominations for the Alumni Hall of Fame, which honors graduates who have made a difference, achieved a high level of success, and given unselfishly to make their community a better place.
PHS Choir presents Nashville showPosted April 10, 2017
The public is invited to a sneak peek April 17 at the show the Plymouth High School Choir will be performing in national competition later this month.
Next Fantastic Friday to feature PHS Ropes Course, pool Posted April 10, 2017
The April 28 Fantastic Friday, open to all area students in 4K through eighth grade, will feature a climb on the Adventure Ropes Course and a swim in the pool at Plymouth High School.
Wild plants, basketball, kayaking, kids cooking offeredPosted April 10, 2017
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering a new class on foraging for wild plants, a spring basketball league, kayaking opportunities, and Kids in the Kitchen for young children.
Community Ed & Rec registration opens soonPosted April 10, 2017
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation will offer a variety of fitness, youth and general interest courses this summer, a mix of returning favorites plus six new opportunities.
PHS Forensics excels at State tourneyPosted April 10, 2017
The Plymouth High School Forensics Team took sixth at the recent Wisconsin Forensic Coaches' Association State Tournament, the third consecutive WFCA State trophy for the Panthers.
PHS inducts 18 into Business Honor SocietyPosted April 10, 2017
Plymouth High School recently inducted 18 new members into its chapter of the National Business Honor Society, joining 10 existing members.
PHS students race cardboard boats in poolPosted April 10, 2017
Working in teams, students in Paul Krzyzaniak’s accelerated physics classes recently created boats using only a cardboard box and a roll of duct tape.
'STEM Girls Rock' connects Lakeland, Plymouth studentsPosted April 10, 2017
“STEM Girls Rock,” a first-year program that pairs middle and high school students with Lakeland University science and math students, is a collaboration between Plymouth High School and Lakeland University.
Photos: PHS Track & FieldPosted April 10, 2017
The Plymouth High School girls track and field team competed March 17 at the varsity invitational at Sheboygan North , and the boys team competed March 14 at the varsity invitational at UW-Oshkosh.
From Hi-Lights: Food Science submits recipes to statePosted April 10, 2017
Last year, PHS graduate Eric Schoneman, senior Logan Rusch, and junior Alex Kelly took first in the Whipping Up Wellness program, a contest put together by the Department of Public Instruction to encourage schools to help create items for school food service that students would find acceptable.
Summer School registration openPosted April 3, 2017
Registration is now open for the 2017 Plymouth School District Summer School program, which offers about 75 free classes for students in kindergarten through high school.
PHS Amph-Rats to present ‘Government Inspector’Posted April 3, 2017
Plymouth High School drama students will present the delightfully funny and satirical play “The Government Inspector” from April 6 to 9.