Updated July 1, 2020
The Plymouth School District values the health and well-being of our students, staff, families, and community. We continue to be guided by the state Department of Public Instruction, state Department of Health and Human Services, and Sheboygan County Health Department regarding Coronavirus COVID-19. This website and communications from your school are your best sources of information as we make decisions about how best to navigate this global pandemic.
Beginning Wednesday July 1, the public can visit the following offices at Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.:
The Riverview Middle School office is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Park in front of the school and ring for admittance at the Main Entrance.
Offices at other schools will be closed until Aug. 1, but will continue to be available by phone. To reach any of our offices, call our main number at 920-892-2661 and then select the appropriate extension below. Please leave a message if there is no answer and we will get back to you.
Tech support remains available at email@example.com and 920-892-5080. Continue to email teachers directly with any questions about assignments.
Visitors to our schools are asked to:
Please see our Cancellations, Delays, Schedule Changes page for additional changes.
All three of our childcare programs – Mulberry Bush, Berry Branch, and Extra Mile – have reopened effective June 15. We have reached out to all families with children enrolled in our programs for the 2019-20 school year. Others seeking care should contact Karyn Haun at (920) 892-6922 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see our Child Care page for additional information.
We continue to plan diligently for the return to school this fall. We are gathering information via a Survey for Families to help guide our planning process. Families should have received an email June 30 with the survey link.
Summer School began with credit recovery and intervention work in June, in a virtual format, with students participating based on teacher recommendations. In July and August, we will continue to help those who may have fallen behind. We’re also looking at a “jump start” toward the end of summer for students transitioning to a new school.
We will not be able to offer Fantastic Fridays this summer, but we’re still evaluating the feasibility of other summer opportunities.
PHS students can begin using athletic facilities July 6. Watch for detailed information from PHS.
Reopening of the Fitness Center will be phased in during July, beginning with PHS athletes in early July and the public later in the month.
All schools have gone through a deep cleaning and disinfecting process, in accordance with prescribed CDC guidelines.
Looking ahead to the 2020-21 school year, no one knows what to expect. We are preparing for three scenarios: having students back in school, e-learning (offsite education), and a combination of the two.
While much is unknown, one thing that does appear to be clear is that there will be some changes. We are evaluating the evolving guidance from health and school officials, and will share information once plans have been developed.
Have a question? Send it to communications coordinator Jamie Piontkowski at email@example.com.