Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - October 27, 2018
Plymouth Youth Development Collaborative (PYDC)
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Visual and Performing Arts (VPA)
College, Career and Technical Education (CCTE)
Shop shout out
PSHS Cosmetology raised over $200 for a great cause with their pink strands
English Language Arts
Join us for FAMILY LITERACY NIGHT!
Science, Technology & Engineering
Massachusetts STEM Week
Where are they now?
Celebrating Writing and Reading
ROAR initiative Kick-off
Kindergarten visits the Fire House
A walking field trip to the Harlow House
Congratulations to PCIS Grade 6 Students of the Month
The band is back together!
Studying American Government with icivics
Biomedical Emergency Room Designs
Last Friday's interactive presentation with Dr. Jeff Cukor from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) and the fourth year Biomedical students from Plymouth North and Plymouth South High School was a great success. Dr. Cukor introduced challenges for the students to work through regarding Emergency Room design. Working groups of students created Emergency Room designs with a focus on a specific emergency group, for instance, pediatric emergency, trauma, adult emergency, etc. The group was able to also see and interact with three EMS EMTs from the MMA , Jeff Perez, Emma Sullivan, and Kyle Slydziewski. The EMTs showed the group how the design of the ambulance worked for optimal function. They also talked about the training involved in becoming an EMT and what the job was like. It was a very engaging field trip/workshop.
U.S. History students visit Boston
On Friday, October 19, U.S. History CP2 10th grade students went on a field trip to Boston.
They walked the Freedom Trail, went to Castle Island to view the 21 gun salute of the USS
Constitution, and then stopped at Dorchester Heights to take see where George Washington
stood with the cannons that eventually forced the British to evacuate Boston.
Art in the Community
Students drafted mural designs, submitted them to the town for approval and finally our resident artists are hard at work painting the Market Street Bridge underpass.
Construction career day
Last week female students from both North and South's construction related shops attended a Construction Career Day in Falmouth with Mr. Ventresca (Plumbing Instructor) and Ms. Kelleher (Co-op Coordinator). It was sponsored by MassHire & Cape and Islands Workforce Development Board.
Thank you Central Office
Thank you Dr. Maestas from the Plymouth South High winners of the Captain John Whale Watch tickets last weekend. We all enjoyed the boat ride and seeing the magnificent whales who visit our waters!!