Tree Grafting, Cheese Making, Retiring Right, free moviesPosted February 27, 2017
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering classes on Tree Grafting, Cheese Making, and Retiring Right, as well as showing films from the Cultural Perspectives Series and the Pollinators Series in the near future.
LTC honors June Winkel with Top Tech AwardPosted February 27, 2017
Lakeshore Technical College recently presented a Top Tech Award to Plymouth High School teacher June Winkel, recognizing her influence on career and technical education.
CTE: Business classes apply core skills to real lifePosted February 27, 2017
The 11 business education courses at Plymouth High School provide students with extensive hands-on applications of lessons learned in core classes.
From Hi-Lights: Stoltenberg’s influence impacts generations Posted February 27, 2017
When the lights brighten and the curtain rises, the star of the production shares the moment with a man whose influence keeps props standing upright, chords struck in time, and lines delivered perfectly: Herb Stoltenberg.
PHS to present ‘On the Town’ musicalPosted February 20, 2017
Plymouth High School will present “On the Town” – featuring the songs “New York New York,” “Lonely Town” and “I Can Cook Too” – as its spring musical March 2-5.
Student activities offered during Spring BreakPosted February 20, 2017
Looking for something fun for the kids to do during Spring Break? Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering a fun activity each day.
Classic Poncho, Monthly Meditation, Fitness Center orientation setPosted February 20, 2017
Community Education & Recreation is offering a new Classic Poncho knitting class, plus another Monthly Meditation and a Fitness Center orientation in March.
PHS sending 26 to FBLA state competitionPosted February 20, 2017
The Plymouth High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America placed third as a team at regionals recently, with 26 students qualifying for state competition.
100 photos from the 100th day of schoolPosted February 20, 2017
Students in Plymouth School District elementary schools recently celebrated the milestone 100th day of school with a variety of counting and math activities.
Foundation grant provides art opportunitiesPosted February 20, 2017
The Plymouth High School art department recently worked with guest artist Charna Schwartz, who demonstrated working on the pottery wheel to three independent study students.
CTE: PHS ag program trains farmers – and much morePosted February 20, 2017
The 13 agriscience technology courses at Plymouth High School provide extensive hands-on applications of lessons learned in core classes to students interested in farming, animal care, natural resources and landscaping.
PHS Artifact: Flag pole Posted February 20, 2017
The flag pole in front of Plymouth High School was presented in 1967 by VFW Worlds Cheese Center Post and Auxiliary No. 5612 in honor of those who served their country.
Photos: Hockey regionalPosted February 20, 2017
PHS has several players on the co-op team hosted by 6th-seed Sheboygan South, which defeated 11th-seeded Cedarburg 3-1 at the regional it hosted Feb. 14 in Sheboygan.
Plymouth Comprehensive High School marks 50 yearsPosted February 13, 2017
Plymouth Comprehensive High School opened in the fall of 1966 and – while it has been upgraded with fabulous new facilities such as the LTC-Plymouth Science & Technology Center and the Food Science & Agriculture Center – it has remained true to its original philosophy.
Still time to join winter aquatics, fitness classes Posted February 13, 2017
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering a second chance to join aquatic and fitness classes this winter.
Students create Angel Hugs valentines Posted February 13, 2017
Plymouth School District students made hundreds of valentines for Project Angel Hugs to distribute to children with cancer throughout the world.
Fairview collects art supplies for sick kidsPosted February 13, 2017
Fairview Elementary School recently collected art supplies to help a young cancer survivor give back to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
CTE: Tech ed applies core skills to real lifePosted February 13, 2017
The 20 technology education courses at Plymouth High School provide students in engineering classes as well as those learning skilled trades with extensive hands-on applications of lessons learned in core classes.
Families invited to consider us for open enrollmentPosted February 6, 2017
Families exploring their options through open enrollment are encouraged to consider the Plymouth School District, which is just the right size to offer personal attention along with a wealth of opportunities.
Knitting, Eating Mindfully, Swim Club offeredPosted February 6, 2017
Community Education & Recreation is offering new classes about knitting and Eating Mindfully, plus Winter Swim Club and a new opportunity just for Fitness Center members.
Jolly Pranksters in ComedySportz LeaguePosted February 6, 2017
The Plymouth High School Jolly Pranksters comedy team is competing for the 11th year in the ComedySportz High School League, the only school in the county to do so.
CTE: Culinary arts brings science, math to lifePosted February 6, 2017
The nine culinary arts courses at Plymouth High School infuse industry standards and a professional focus in all areas, while giving students the opportunity to apply knowledge learned in their core classes to real-life applications.
Photos: Wisconsin Singers & PHS MomentumPosted February 6, 2017
Plymouth High School recently hosted the Wisconsin Singers, featuring 2015 PHS grad Carter Krzyzaniak and other talented performers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.