Last week Amy Schmeltz took the high school's Spell Bowl Team to a second place finish at the state tournament. Amy got home from West Lafayette with just enough time to tell her husband, Dan, good-bye. Dan then traveled to the HECC Conference in Indianapolis where he presented a full-day symposium on the technical side of Moodle. Dan was also presented with the HECC Annual HERO Award. This award is given to a tech colleague who has unselfishly helped resolve technology issues in another school corporation. Plymouth Schools is so fortunate to have this husband and wife team employed in Plymouth Schools. Thanks for everything you do!
Plymouth Community School Corporation will be adjusting boundaries for our elementary schools to ensure that Title I services are available for all four elementary schools. In addition, a walking district for Washington Discovery Academy is being proposed. The school corporation has hired a demographer, Dr. Jerome McKibben, create plans for both projects. On November 16, Dr. McKibben presented his first map of the new districts. The current map and the proposed map are presented on this site. Please study them to see if it affects your family. We want to make sure everyone is informed. In addition, Dr. McKibben will return to Plymouth on Wednesday, December 12 to present a tentative final plan. He will explain his plan to the public at Menominee Elementary School's cafeteria at 6:30 pm at in open meeting
Plymouth Community School Corporation will be holding an open meeting for discussion of redistricting of attendance boundaries on November 16, 2011 at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at Menominee Elementary School located at 815 Discovery Lane, Plymouth, IN.
The PHS Theatre Department is presenting the beloved children's play,
The Little Mermaid, this weekend in the PHS Auditorium.
* Friday, November 4, at 6:30 PM (Red Cast)
* Saturday, November 5, at 2:00 PM (Red Cast) and at 6:30 PM (White Cast)
* Sunday, November 6, at 2:00 PM. (White Cast)
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. Visit the PHS Theatre Department page for more information
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