Academic Pillar:Posted January 29, 2018
STEAM challenge gets Pegasus students thinking
Riverview Middle School fifth-graders recently conducted labs and then imagined the future as part of a Wisconsin Future Problem Solving contest.
Community invited to read 3rd book togetherPosted January 29, 2018
One Book One Community – The Plymouth Chapter has chosen “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” for its third annual community book read.
Winter Swim Club, Cooking Club begin soonPosted January 29, 2018
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering a Winter Swim Club for students and a Cooking Club – Take & Bake for adults.
PHS boys basketball to honor military, communityPosted January 29, 2018
The Plymouth High School boys basketball team will host a Military & Community Appreciation Night on Tuesday, Feb. 6 to honor active and veteran U.S. Armed Forces members.
PHS scholarship deadline Feb. 15 Posted January 29, 2018
The deadline is approaching for Plymouth High School seniors to apply for local scholarships, including those administered by the Plymouth Education Foundation.
Jolly Pranksters competing in ComedySportz LeaguePosted January 29, 2018
The Plymouth High School Jolly Pranksters comedy team is competing for the 12th year in the ComedySportz High School League, the only school in the county to do so.
PHS Dance Team 2nd at regionals, headed to StatePosted January 29, 2018
The Plymouth High School Dance Team took second in Division 2 Hip Hop at the Eastern Division Regionals held Jan. 27 at Kimberly High School, earning the chance to advance to State Competition this weekend in LaCrosse.
Photos: PHS semester projectsPosted January 29, 2018
In addition to tradition paper and pencil final exams, Plymouth High School students have been busy with various capstone projects to culminate the first semester.
Extracurriculars Pillar:Posted January 22, 2018
Intramurals added for grades 5-6
Riverview Middle School has launched a free after-school intramurals program for students of all skill levels in grades five and six.
PHS plans freshman parent info night Posted January 22, 2018
Parents of students who will be freshman during the 2018-19 school year are invited to attend an information night at Plymouth High School on Monday, Jan. 29.
PHS stage to be named for Herb StoltenbergPosted January 22, 2018
The Plymouth School District Board of Education has approved naming the Plymouth High School stage in honor of Herb Stoltenberg, longtime teacher and director.
Evening, morning child screenings availablePosted January 22, 2018
Born to Succeed developmental screenings are being offered this winter for children under age 5 who live in the Plymouth School District.
Eighth-grader wins Riverview Geography BeePosted January 22, 2018
Jason Meyer, an eighth-grader at Riverview Middle School, has won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee and a chance at a $50,000 college scholarship.
Parkview 3rd-grade class gets surprise visitorPosted January 22, 2018
Students in Julie Kohlmann’s third-grade class at Parkview Elementary School were sitting on the floor, listening to literacy coach Stacey Ross share a story about a military family being reunited.
Community Engagement Pillar:Posted January 15, 2018
Schools launch new online calendar
The Plymouth School District has introduced a new scheduling and events calendar, designed to make it easier for community members to use school facilities.
Wisconsin Singers returning to PHSPosted January 15, 2018
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.
LTC offering beekeeping, gardening classes at PHSPosted January 15, 2018
Lakeshore Technical College is offering several beekeeping and gardening classes at Plymouth High School this winter and spring.
Foundation offering $20,000 in grantsPosted January 15, 2018
The Plymouth Education Foundation will award $20,000 in grants – double the amount of past years – to Plymouth School District staff, as well as to students and/or community members who partner with staff members.
Hi-Lights: NHS collects food, items for the holidaysPosted January 15, 2018
During the holidays, some families begin to struggle with maintaining a stable income; through this struggle the Plymouth Food Pantry is there, keeping people’s plates full.
Financial Responsibility Pillar:Posted January 8, 2018
District adds videos to draw families, staff
The Plymouth School District now has a pair of videos to help tell the story of what makes it special – and hopefully draw new families and faculty to the district.
Public invited to enjoy school winter concertsPosted January 8, 2018
The public is invited to experience the musical talents of students in the Plymouth School District during upcoming winter concerts.
Next Fantastic Friday features ice skating, moviePosted January 8, 2018
The next Fantastic Friday on Jan. 26 will take students ice skating at Lakers Ice Center and to see a movie at Marcus Theatre in Sheboygan.
Community Ed & Rec showing ‘Children on Their Birthdays’Posted January 8, 2018
Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering a free showing of the film “Children on Their Birthdays” this month.
Community Fitness Center special ends soonPosted January 8, 2018
Those who purchase an annual membership to the Community Fitness Center by Saturday, Jan. 20 will save at least 10 percent on the membership fee – and receive half-price fitness and aquatic classes for all of 2018.
Photos: Fall school guestsPosted January 8, 2018
Many community members shared their expertise with Plymouth School District students this fall, including 23 who helped at the second Plymouth High School Reality Check.
Community Ed & Rec offering Woodworking, ‘Man Called Ove’Posted January 2, 2018
Community Education & Recreation is offering Adult Woodworking and a free showing of the film “A Man Called Ove” this winter.