About the District News
Please be aware that our PCSC students go back to school tomorrow and our fleet of buses are back on the roads.
An update on PCSC plans for students to return to school on Monday, August 24.
Beginning August 17th through August 23rd, 2020, PCSC will deploy buses equipped with WiFi to various locations around Plymouth.
Menominee is no longer a COVID Testing Center.
A reminder that Lifetouch will be taking senior pictures in the cafeteria at PHS this week.
Plymouth High School’s top two students of the Class of 2020 are Fernanda Cortes and Hugh Smith.
It is time to celebrate and recognize the Plymouth High School Class of 2020.
If families wish for their child/children to participate in our virtual option, they need to complete the following form by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, July 24, 2020.
On July 17 at 7:30 p.m., Plymouth High School will celebrate the class of 2020 at our one hundred and forty-fifth commencement ceremony.
Our plan for commencement has been approved and we will indeed hold commencement on July 17, 2020 on the football field beginning at 7:30 p.m.
In observance of Independence Day, Plymouth Community School Corporation will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020.
The PHS administration is meeting tomorrow, Thursday July 2, to review and/or revise plans for commencement and that revised plan will be emailed to students and parents prior to the weekend.
The online store for this season's Plymouth High School 2020 track apparel is open for orders!
Sixteen Plymouth High School graduating seniors will be recognized this Friday during the Ivy Tech South Bend-Elkhart virtual commencement ceremony for earning an Ivy Tech Statewide Transfer General Education Core STGEC certificate at the end of the 2019-20 school year.
Warm wishes on this Father’s Day weekend to you and your family.
PCSC thanks all nine retirees for their commitment and dedication to Plymouth students and Plymouth schools.
Loretta Barr officially retired at the beginning of the 2019-20 school year on August 8.
John Scott retires from Plymouth schools after more than four decades.
For 28 years, Paula Neidlinger has proudly worked for Plymouth Community School Corporation, but on May 29, she decided to wrap up her career by ending the school year by announcing her retirement.
Charlene Hansen, a Case Conference Coordinator at Menominee Elementary School, has officially retired from her position at Plymouth Community School Corporation.
After six years of working for Plymouth Community School Corporation as a safety and security monitor, Gary Cook, officially retired on April 3, 2020. Cook plans to enjoy retirement with his wife Cheryl, who also officially retired this year from the position she has held at Riverside Intermediate School for the past five years as a cafeteria server.
After 41 years of teaching elementary-aged students, Kathy Hunt has officially retired from Plymouth Community School Corporation.
Cheryl Cook officially retired this year from the position she has held at Riverside Intermediate School for the past five years as a cafeteria server.
Physical Education Teacher Tim Schmidt has officially retired after calling Plymouth Community School Corporation home for 39 years.
After 22 years of crunching numbers with high school students, PHS math teacher Dwight Beguin retired officially on June 4, of last year.