Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - April 12, 2019
ED TV Plymouth
Science, Technology & Engineering
Blake Planetarium Events
High School Student Opportunity
Visual and Performing Arts
Bunnies and Eggs
One Book One School
Indian Brook staff surprised the students with scenes from Charlotte’s Web as a culmination of One School, One Book. As students arrived they were greeted by live animals such as goats, a duck, bunnies, chickens, ponies, and a BABY PIG. There was also a tractor from The Plymouth County Sheriff's Department Farm.
Bristol Agricultural school provided activities in the gym for students to learn about farming and agriculture. A Carnival in the cafeteria entertained the students throughout the day.
At night families joined us for our annual Literacy Night.
Many thanks to the staff who worked tirelessly to pull this off as well as the many community members who volunteered their time, equipment and animals: The Plymouth County Sheriff's Department, Dan Forand of Blue Gate Farm, Darlene Nickerson of Black Feather Horse Rescue, Bristol County Agricultural School, The Indian Brook PTA, Kindergarten Teacher Sue Blauss and her husband Don who provided many of our animals and Nurse Michelle and her family who also provided their furry friends and Fourth Grade Teacher Jill Duggan who organized the Carnival. Special thanks to our fabulous Art Teacher Kathy White whose creative vision and talents made Charlotte's Web come to life!
Animal Habitat Projects on Display
Enrichment Day at NMES
Collaborative Hands On Learning in Grade 5
SES as an Inclusive Community to ALL!
New Playground West
Cradles to Crayons Collection
A Frightening Society
Senior Day of Service
This was a great opportunity for our Seniors to give back, learn the value of service and provide a great experience for the community!