The PHS Theatre Department is presenting the always fun children's play, Doctor Dolittle, this weekend in the PHS Auditorium. Shows are Friday, November 2nd, at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, November 3rd, at 2:00 p.m. and at 6:30 p.m., and Sunday, November 4th, at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $3.00 for anyone 12 and under and $4.00 for everyone else. Doors open 30 minutes before each show for festival seating and tickets may be purchased at the door.
The children's show is a highlight of the theatre program at PHS and is an annual event that was started back in 1979. Over 130 students are involved in the show and so there are actually two casts. The Red cast and crew will perform on Friday night and Saturday afternoon and the White cast and crew will perform on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Also, don't forget that Daylight Savings Time ends early Sunday so be sure to set your clocks when you go to bed on Saturday night.
Left to right with their national award:
Front row: Chapter advisor, Kelli Kreider, Kaitlyn Hollar, Lauren Goddard, Makayla Depoy, Megan Snyder
Back row: Lilly Bottorff, Taylor Shively, Kara Gustafson, Sarah Lindvall
An elite group of Plymouth FFA members recently attended the 85th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana held October 24-27, 2012. Earlier this summer, Plymouth FFA was named a “Big 10 Chapter” in Indiana and a Model of Innovation Winner for their community service efforts. This honor advanced the Plymouth FFA on to compete at the national level where they were recently named a 3-Star Chapter - the highest rank/honor an FFA chapter can receive. There are over 7,400 FFA Chapters across the United States. 660 chapters were selected to compete on the national level, 314 were named 3-Star Chapters.
The Plymouth FFA was recognized for their significant accomplishments at the 85th National FFA Convention. Members representing the chapter at National Convention were: Makayla Depoy, Sarah Lindvall, Lilly Bottorff, Katelyn Hollar, Lauren Goddard, Kara Gustafson, Taylor Shively, and Megan Snyder. While attending convention, chapter president, Makayla Depoy and chapter advisor, Kelli Kreider attended an invitation only dinner held in honor of National 3-Star Chapters. Along with Depoy and Kreider, chapter officers, Sarah Lindvall (Vice president), Katelyn Hollar (Secretary), and Lilly Bottorff (Treasurer) were photographed for an official National Chapter photo. Televised live on RFD-TV, Depoy and Lindvall accepted the national award on stage at convention on Thursday October 25th.
PHS FFA members were able to take advantage of meeting with multiple agricultural business leaders and visit with potential colleges. Members also heard from Olympic Gold Medalist, Scott Hamilton as he shared his inspiring life story. After returning to Plymouth late Thursday, October 25th, FFA sponsor, Kreider , went back to convention October 26th and 27th with PHS FFA alumni, Katelynn Penny. Katelynn received her American FFA Degree Saturday October 27th.
“The Plymouth FFA Chapter was honored to bring home two of the most highly respected and sought after awards- A National 3-Star Award and an “American Degree,” says Kreider. “I could not be more proud of our chapter accomplishments this past year. The members traveling to convention have served as true examples of premier leadership and personal growth.”
On Tuesday, October 23, 2012, the Lincoln Jr. High 8th grade football team defeated Warsaw Edgewood 42-0 in the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference championship game. Congratulations Red Storm!
1st Row: Kyle Mcginty, Seth Grimmett, Jace Mayer, James Smith, Patrick Houser, Calvin Raymond, Noah Harrell, Jose Rosas, Chad Martin 2nd Row: Tyler Ludwig, Michael Lamb, Tristen McMillen, David Bacon, Dyllon Pavey, Nate Nixon, Gabe Celmer, Matt Roeder 3rd Row: Luke Lyon, Trey Metheny, Zack Xaver, Travis Owen, Christian Puckett, Chantz Davidson, Gabe Basardo, Weston Houin 4th Row: Jake Young, Colin Roth, Caleb Koss, Brenden Schwitchenberg, Kylen Thomas, Dylan Manuwal, Jorge Quintana, Colten Schuler 5th Row: Coach Josh Xaver, Coach Brody Shively, Coach Ryan Anderson Not Pictured: Skyler Beindorf
This past Monday night, October 15, 2012, at the John Glenn Area Competition of the IASP Hoosier Spell Bowl, Plymouth High School scored a school record 84 points to finish 2nd to Penn High's perfect score of 90. Statewide in Division 1, Penn and Martinsville tied for first, followed by Plymouth.
This is the third year in a row the Plymouth team has qualified for state; the first time the team will compete in Division 1. The state finals will be held at Purdue University on November 10, 2012.
Team picture Row 1: Kennedy Jones, Nicole Splix, Pauline Dagaas, Grace Stokes, Abby Schumacher
Row 2: Anna Piazza, Ashley Stokes, Kelsey Schnieders
Row 3: Kurt Corsbie, Nate Mahan, Andrew Miller, Angel Figueroa
Row 4: Zach Lee, Luke Schumacher, Kam Markovich, Ty Shively
Perfect spellers included: Row 1: Nicole Splix, Pauline Dagaas, Grace Stokes, Abby Schumacher, Row 2: Anna Piazza, Nate Mahan, Kelsey Schnieders.
Kurt Corsbie and Ashley Stokes were near perfect spellers.
The PHS Rockies Football Team defeated NLC Conference rival, the Northwood Panthers, 38-21 to capture a share of the Northern Lakes Conference title last Friday evening. "I know we went a period of about 20 years without a conference championship so this is always a big goal of our program”, states Plymouth head coach, John Barron. Coach Barron gives credit to the players, staff and everyone involved.
The Rockies now enter the post season, facing the Northwood Panthers in the first round of the IHSAA Sectional at Northwood this Friday, October 19th, at 7:00 p.m. Good Luck Rockies!
The PHS Girls Cross Country team qualified for the IHSAA Semi-State last Saturday, October 13th, for the third straight year, finishing 5th at the Regional held at Culver Academies. The Lady Pilgrims will run at New Prairie this Saturday, October. 20th, at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern) Good Luck!!
The Plymouth Boys Basketball program will once again be running a K-3 Boys Basketball League. This league is for any boy in grades Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade who attend one of the elementary schools in Plymouth. The basketball league will run from the end of October until the middle of December. During this league, boys will be taught fundamental basketball skills such as shooting, passing, dribbling, and defense as well as have the opportunity to play games. Registration forms and information are available at each elementary office or you can find them online at www.plymouth.k12.in.us, find the PHS website and go the boys basketball page. The cost is $35 for one child and $25 for each additional child from the same family and will include a jersey and coaching instruction. The deadline to register is Tuesday, October 30th, which is also the day of the first workout. Kindergarten and 1st grade will practice from 5-6pm and 2nd and 3rd Grade will practice from 6-7pm. We are also in need of volunteer coaches, which is included on the registration form.
If you have any questions or issues, please contact Head Boys Basketball Coach Ryan Bales at 936-2178 x1299 or email at email@example.com. Click here for the Registration Form.
Lincoln Junior High’s 7th grade volleyball team completed their season undefeated and champions of the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference.
1st row: Alexis McVicker, Kendall Rhodes, Jewel Brown, Makenzie Quissel, Leah Smith, Cortni Cook, Bailey Eveland, Sydney Sullivan 2nd row: Coach Laura Garrity, Kirsten Nault, Grace Fleury, Alli Andrews, McKenzie Scheetz, Jillian Miller, Audrey Himes, Olivia Emmons, Coach Samantha Arvesen Not pictured: managers Chelsea Trierwiler, Jessica Clemons, and Coach Lisa Rhodes
Lincoln Junior High’s 8th grade volleyball finished their season 19-2 and champions of the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference.
1st Row: Kennedy Snyder 2nd Row: Emily Hoffer, Ashley Harrell, Eriin Hunter, Cassie McPherron, Zoe Keilman, Brittani Splix, Hannah Puckett, Emma Frantz 3rd Row: Destiny Schoff, Coach Betty Yoder, Kassie Dickey, Lanae Singleton, Nicole Horvath, Adrianna Lowry, Alli Dennie, Anna Bockman, Hanna Hopple Not pictured: Coaches Julie Harrell and Steve Harrell
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