Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - March 22, 2019
Vaping: Just The Facts
Science, Technology & Engineering
On to the State Science Fair
Elementary Robotics Rally
Visual and Performing Arts
High School Coffee House TONIGHT!
Guidance and Student Services
If you are going to college after graduation, you should plan to attend MEFA's "After the Acceptance Seminar" on Monday, March 25th. An experienced MEFA representative will provide an overview of the college payment process, including the details of financial aid award letters, using payment plans, different financing options, and how to minimize debt. The seminar is scheduled to run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and will be held in the Performing Arts Center at Plymouth North High School. We hope to see you there.
One School One Book Kick Off and More!
During reading this month, students in Mrs. Foley’s 3rd grade were assigned a research club. Each club is responsible for studying a particular animal. They are researching pandas, penguins, sharks, wolves, and frogs. Students are reading across the texts from their book bin, focusing on one subtopic at a time, to synthesize the information they are reading.
IBES at the Robotics Rally
Manomet Elementary All-School D.E.A.R.
NMES March Madness
SES Celebrates Pie Day
Math around the school
World Down Syndrome Day
PNHS Spring Drama Production “9 to 5” The Musical
BECCA'S CLOSET FASHION SHOW
Marketing students held a fashion show during lunches this week to model gowns available through Becca's Closet. Any student can make an appointment and select any gown free of charge through the generosity of donors and Marketing Students who maintain Becca's Closet. Domenic's Tux was also here to distribute information on renting a tuxedo for the upcoming junior prom.
THE GOWNS THAT KEEP ON GIVING
Last year a bridal shop donated 300 identical pink gowns to Plymouth South High School. The marketing students then had to figure out the best way to use them after they were offered free to students for prom. Three marketing students, Keven Paul, Shane Richardson and Haiden Tavekelian decided to sell them for $20 each to anyone willing to wear them as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month raising $1,400. However, they still had 200 gowns and not enough room to store them. One of their parents put them in touch with Angel Babies - a Wareham based charity that makes infant burial gowns out of wedding and formal gowns. The charity was started by a woman who lost an infant at birth 9 years ago and they now have volunteers who sew them and send to hospitals to be given to anyone who suffers such a painful loss. Our students are very happy to see the dresses used for such a nice cause. Thanks to Rich Harbert of the OCM for allowing us to use his photos and story.