Wide variety of classes coming in MarchPosted February 26, 2018
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering classes on tree grafting, retirement planning, fighting inflammation, and learning to Scuba this spring.
Referendum Focus: Elementary projectsPosted February 19, 2018
In addition to new gyms at Fairview and Parkview elementary schools, the April 3 referendum includes several additional proposals to enhance the security and wellness of our youngest students.
Community book read discussions setPosted February 19, 2018
Those reading “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” as part of the One Book One Community – The Plymouth Chapter book read are invited to two upcoming book discussions.
Family Fit Gym, Home Creamery class begin soonPosted February 19, 2018
Community Education & Recreation is offering Family Fit Gym for adult/child teams and a new class on Yogurt, Kefir, Piima and Soft Cheese Making this spring.
Saturday Family Swims set for March 3, 17Posted February 19, 2018
Two spring Saturday Family Swims are scheduled for 1 to 2:30 p.m. March 3 and 17 in the pool at Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.
Photos: 100th Day of SchoolPosted February 19, 2018
Students in Plymouth School District elementary schools recently celebrated the milestone 100th day of school with a variety of counting and math activities.
Referendum Focus: Elementary gyms Posted February 12, 2018
The April 3 referendum includes a proposal for new gyms at Fairview and Parkview elementary schools, to provide better physical education for students and better recreation opportunities for the community.
Opioid Epidemic, Goat Milk & Herbal Soap classes offeredPosted February 12, 2018
Community Education & Recreation is offering a new Community Conversation on the Opioid Epidemic, as well as a new class called Goat Milk & Herbal Soap Making.
FBLA 2nd at regionals; 30 students qualify for State Posted February 12, 2018
The Plymouth High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America took second at the recent Region VI Leadership Conference and qualified 30 students in 17 events for state competition.
Riverview student advances to state MathCountsPosted February 12, 2018
Five members of the Riverview Middle School Math Club participated in a regional MathCounts competition, where eighth-grader Matt Sheridan placed fifth overall to advance to state-level competition
Schools make valentines for Project Angel HugsPosted February 12, 2018
Plymouth School District students made thousands of valentines for Project Angel Hugs to send to more than 300 children throughout the United States who have cancer.
We value a comprehensive educationPosted February 5, 2018
Students in the Culinary Arts 2 class at Plymouth Comprehensive High School recently made pizza from scratch using an impingement oven donated by Sargento.
District shares information about referendumPosted February 5, 2018
The Plymouth School District is sharing information with the community about its upcoming referendum regarding upgrades to school facilities.
Youth Apprenticeship Info Night set for Feb. 12Posted February 5, 2018
Plymouth High School sophomores and juniors are invited to a Youth Apprenticeship Information Night, to learn more about this opportunity for high school students to get paid to explore a potential career.
PHS Dance Team 5th at StatePosted February 5, 2018
The Plymouth High School Dance Team has placed in state competition for the third year in a row, taking fifth in Division 2 Hip Hop at the WACPC State Dance Championships held Feb. 3 in La Crosse.
Eighth-grader wins Riverview Spelling BeePosted February 5, 2018
Sam Scheele, an eighth-grader at Riverview Middle School, won the school-level competition of the National Spelling Bee and advanced to district competition.