Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - February 7, 2020
Plymouth Education Foundation’s 10th Annual Valentine Gala
Administrators, teachers, staff, parents, and members of the community are cordially invited to attend the Plymouth Education Foundation’s 10th Annual Valentine Gala on Saturday, February 8, 2020. This black-tie optional event will take place at Waverly Oaks Golf Club in Plymouth, from 6:00 – 11:00 PM. Individual tickets are $100. A table of eight may be purchased for $725.
Highlights of the evening will include dinner, a cash bar, live music, dancing, and raffles. Former Superintendent Of Schools, Barry Haskell will receive the Adele Manfredi Excellence In Education Award, in honor of his exemplary commitment to education and the community. Indian Brook Elementary School Principal, Erica Manfredi, will present the award in memory of her late mother.
Visit http://www.plymoutheducationfoundation.org/news/gala to purchase your tickets.
Be a part of the majority!
STUDENT SERVICES / GUIDANCE
Advanced Placement (AP) Orientation Night
Visual & Performing Arts
Social Students Department
2nd Annual History Day Competition
The Plymouth Public Schools Social Studies Department held the Second Annual History Day competition yesterday. The National History Day program is a rigorous independent research project in which students must choose a topic related to the annual theme, conduct extensive research using primary and secondary sources, and create a final product that tells the story of that topic, its relation to the theme, and its significance in history - no small feat!
Plymouth’s History Day competition is the culmination of seven months of research and synthesis by our hard-working and dedicated students from 9th, 10th, and 11th grade honors classes.
This year’s theme is Breaking Barriers in History; a theme that reminds us that progress is a compelling and ongoing narrative in our shared history. What are the ‘barriers’ we face as individuals and as a society? How do we break these? What do we gain by breaking barriers? Students told the story of their chosen topic through detailed exhibits, comprehensive websites, and captivating documentaries.
A job well done to all! Congratulations to the final winners who will be advancing to the South Shore History Day Competition at Foxboro High School in March.
We'd like to extend a very special thank you to Mr. Powers, Social Studies Coordinator; Kristen DiGravio, Educational Secretary; the North and South Social Studies teachers, and all of the judges, staff, volunteers, and sponsors for another successful History Day competition.
Science, Technology & Engineering
Register for Camp Invention
Please note that this camp is already 33% sold and that we anticipate the program will sell out. Get registered today! Opportunities exist for students in GR7-12 also. Contact Mary Lavin at email@example.com or Alison Riordan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about these opportunities.
#1: Be proactive:
We are so excited to be highlighting the first of the 7 Habits:
#1: Be proactive:
Cold Spring students share what it means to be proactive, and how they are using this habit to help them be the best leader they can be! Visit our Facebook page for more of our 7 Habits!
King George III sighting at FFES!
Fun with Phonics-Grades 2 and 1 Team Up!
Peer Leaders/Early Act Ceremony
- Participants explore STEM/STEAM concepts in a hands-on environment
- Creative problem solving: Learn how to think, not what to think
- Kid powered; team driven: Energize students to own all decisions, creations, and results
- Friendly competition: Motivate teams to reach for the stars, while also rooting for each other
IBES has three teams competing this year in the regional event which will take place on March 7th at Plymouth South Middle School.
The Crayon Initiative
Geography Bee at MES
Winter Walk to School Day
Artist Rob Surette visits SES!
The SES PTA was so proud to bring this meaningful message to all of our students. In addition the PTA has also purchased the painting that was done of Martin Luther King (painted in just 4 minutes!). This painting will be displayed in the school.
Kindergartener's Working Hard
One School, One Book
What's Coming Up Next at PCIS?
PCIS strings students led by Mr. Palombo are working hard to prepare for their 2nd annual Valentine’s Concert on Tuesday, February 11 at 7:00PM in the PCIS Cafeteria. Memorable melodies from the movies and TV are featured in this concert, including songs from The Lion King, The Wizard of Oz, SpongeBob, and more! Students and families can enjoy a dessert after the concert. Come out and support our talented students - free admission!
Kindness Week Starts on Monday!
Dribble, Dash, Dunk
Foreign Language NHS
This year, 42 French students and 57 Spanish students, ranging from the third to fifth year of language study, have become members of the Foreign Language Honor Society. The newly inducted members will meet for the first time in early February to plan events and activities for Foreign Language week later this year. In addition and as needed, members will serve as peer tutors.
The student-elected co-presidents who represent each language's Honor Society this year are Adam Capozzi (French) and Caleb Kerr (Spanish). This year's delegates, selected by their teachers based on their exceptional language ability and pronunciation and who conducted significant portions of the ceremony in their respective languages, were Brooke Cayting (French) and Janelle Clancy (Spanish).