Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - October 4, 2019
Thank you PPS community! YOU are making a difference in the lives of so many.
A special thank you to our Plymouth Police Department for joining us each year! And to the wonderful people at Long Pond Rockland Trust for all their help in exchanging many gold boots full of change. View more photos on our Facebook page!
Deadline to submit videos is Nov. 1st!
The Plymouth Youth Development Collaborative (PYDC) in partnership with the 525 Foundation will be hosting Becky Savage in Plymouth on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at the Plymouth Public Library (Otto Fehlow Room) from 6:30pm-8pm. All are welcome to attend.
In 2015, the Savage family lost their two oldest sons, ages 19 and 18, to acute alcohol and oxycodone overdoses. Both boys graduated high school with honors, were captains of their high school hockey team, and Nick had recently finished his first year of college. The Savage family started the 525 Foundation which works to honor the lives of Nick & Jack, both lost too soon, by sharing their story in order to prevent another family from having to endure the pain of such a tragedy.
Becky will share her family's story of loss in order to inspire hope, increase education, and spread awareness. Ms. Savage has been featured on USA Today, TIME Magazine, CNN and many other mainstream media outlets advocating for education and support.
Thank you to Dr. Morlan, DMD for helping to make this event happen!
Science, Technology & Engineering
Environmental Field Studies
High 5 Friday & Going Gold
Mr. Carlin's Math Class
First Health Lesson
Little Free Library at Hedge
Don't Let The Crayons Quit!
MES P.R.I.D.E. Assembly a BIG hit!!!
Ms. Hokanson and Ms. Brandt led a powerful assembly last week reminding students about the importance and power of POSITIVITY! Now we will be looking for special examples of it and awarding “Round-of-A-Paws” certificates to students.
Walk to School Day
First Graders visit the Cape Cod Canal
Global Connections Through Read Aloud
Field Hockey Fun
Summer Reading Celebration
PSMS Goes to Camp Clark
Artwork to Conspiracy Theories
Big Week for PNHS Visual and Performing Arts
On Saturday, October 5th, the Music students from both high schools, including marching band members, will be performing in a benefit concert with the 80's tribute band, Foreigners Journey. This Band performs music of both Foreigner and Journey- two great 80's Rock Bands. Music students have been working hard on the music, and will be performing on stage with this exciting show. All proceeds from this concert will go to the High School Music programs, including the upcoming Band trip to Plymouth UK.
Mr. Sheehan's Art 2 class has been working on a unit on Graffiti Art. Students have studied several well-known artists and works and have made stencils to create a large piece as a class using spray paint on a "brick wall". Can't wait to see the finished work displayed! Shaye Schneider working in the spray booth.