PHS announces spring musical Posted January 30, 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.
PHS Peers for Peers brings smiles to examsPosted January 30, 2017
The Plymouth High School Peers for Peers group spent a night last fall babysitting children of Van Horn Automotive employees so that they could attend their company holiday party. In return, Van Horn gave the group a donation, which members uses to buy items for all PHS students during final exams.
Engagement Pillar: Schools updating to new calendar, facility systemPosted January 23, 2017
The Plymouth School District soon will be launching a new facility management system, which will provide better event calendars and help groups reserve school rooms and fields.
PHS plans freshman parents info night Posted January 23, 2017
Parents of incoming freshman for the 2017-18 school year are invited to attend an information night at Plymouth High School on Monday, Jan. 30.
Feb. 16 deadline for many PHS scholarshipsPosted January 23, 2017
The deadline is approaching for Plymouth High School seniors to apply for local scholarships, including those administered by the Plymouth Education Foundation.
Cultural Series, Community Potluck, meditation offeredPosted January 23, 2017
Community Education & Recreation is offering a Cultural Perspectives Series, Seasonal Community Potlucks, and Monthly Meditations this winter.
Seventh-grader wins Riverview Geography BeePosted January 23, 2017
Caitlyn Albrecht, a seventh-grader at Riverview Middle School, won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee and a chance at a $50,000 college scholarship.
PHS hosting Arabic teacherPosted January 23, 2017
Plymouth High School again has a visiting Arabic teacher, thanks to the Teachers of Critical Languages program offered through the U.S. Department of State.
Photos: Jolly Pranksters Posted January 23, 2017
The Plymouth High School Jolly Pranksters comedy team presented its free annual Post Holiday Blues Buster Comic Improvisation Show on Jan. 5 in the school amphitheatre.
Extracurriculars Pillar: After-school art class creates muralsPosted January 16, 2017
Mural Masterpieces offers a new after-school opportunity for young students to have fun, be artistic and be a part of a creative team.
Plymouth enrolling 4K students soonPosted January 16, 2017
The Plymouth School District has announced that its annual 4-year-old kindergarten enrollment will be from Monday, Jan. 23 through Thursday, Jan. 26.
Born to Succeed screening Feb. 3Posted January 16, 2017
Born to Succeed developmental screenings are being offered soon for children ages six months to 4 years old living in the Plymouth School District.
Cooking Club, Mural Masterpieces begin soonPosted January 16, 2017
Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation is offering a Bake-and-Take Cooking Club and more Mural Masterpieces this winter.
Academic Pillar: PHS adds Environmental Sustainability classPosted January 9, 2017
Plymouth High School has added an Environmental Sustainability engineering class this year, which allows students to investigate and design solutions to real-world challenges.
Wisconsin Singers coming to PHSPosted January 9, 2017
The Wisconsin Singers, featuring 2015 PHS grad Carter Krzyzaniak and other talented performers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will perform this month at Plymouth High School.
Foundation offering $10,000 in grantsPosted January 9, 2017
The Plymouth Education Foundation will award $10,000 in grants to Plymouth School District staff, as well as to students and/or community members who partner with staff members.
PHS Artifact: Panther costumePosted January 9, 2017
Plymouth High School has had a panther as its mascot since 1936 and a panther costume since at least 1961, according to research by the Hi-Lights staff.
Financial Pillar: State group to consider district-authored resolutionPosted January 2, 2017
When the Wisconsin Association of School Boards has its annual meeting Jan. 18, one of the resolutions it will consider originally was drafted by the Plymouth School District.
Gut health, skiing, knitting, swimming offeredPosted January 2, 2017
Community Education and Recreation is offering a new class called Do You Have the Guts, as well as Cross Country Ski, Intro to Knitting, and Child Swim Lessons.