Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - January 11, 2019
Through an activity called Teamwork Island, we were able to discuss decision making as it relates to substance use with 5th graders in Ms. Belocas’ Health Classes at Indian Brook Elementary School this week. Thanks for being active and excited participants!
If They Had Known
Visual and Performing Arts
Science, Technology & Engineering
Student Leadership Opportunity this summer!
Looking for student leaders who are ready to take charge!
Camp Invention Leadership Interns can earn 40 volunteer hours in one week. Must be entering at least grade 10 in the fall. Leaders-in-Training must be entering grades 7-9 in order to take advantage of this opportunity to gain mentorship experience.
Camp Invention is July 8-12 at PCIS.
22nd Annual Early Childhood Fair
The Plymouth Family Network is sponsoring the 22nd Annual Early Childhood Fair on Saturday, February 2 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm at Plymouth North High School. The theme for this year's fair is "This is ME: Building Social & Emotional Skills". (Snow date is 2/9/2019)
We present this community wide early childhood fair to increase public awareness of the need for high quality childcare and early education. It also provides families with information about the variety of community services available in Plymouth for young children and their families. The fair includes special activities and entertainment for families with young children including school bus rides, crafts, drumming, dance party, educational activities and much more.
Happy New Year!
Miss Megan’s class has a New Years celebration where they counted down from 10 into the new year!
Now that it’s winter students have been making snowflake and snowmen arts and crafts. Miss Merry’s class played a counting game by tossing a snowball onto a snowman.
Hopefully we will have some snow soon so the students can make a real snowman.