Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - May 17, 2019
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Sticker Shock Campaign
Science, Technology & Engineering
Plymouth Students Shine at State Science & Engineering Fair
Alex Godfrey, whose project was titled How Pure is Your Food? Organic and Non-GMO, was mentored by Mrs. Potter.
Julianne Morse, whose project was titled Ajoene: The Silencer, was mentored by Mrs. Conroy and Dr. Meade.
Mila Manic, mentored by Mrs. Conroy and Mrs. Denn, earned honorable mention for her project titled A Dose Response Investigation on the Effects of Juul Juice on Saccaromyces cerevisiae Metabolism and Reproduction. Mila also received a cash prize from the Cabot Foundation and awards from MIT Press and Harvard. In addition, Mila was the alternate winner of the Wentworth Institute of Technology $10,000 Scholarship.
Congratulations to all students and teachers. They are all outstanding!
Visual and Performing Arts
Music & Arts Summer Camps
Preparing Seniors for Graduating with Computer Files
It is highly recommended for all seniors to take their Google Drive files with them using Google Takeout. Google Takeout is a free service Google provides to easily download or transfer data. This is especially handy for times like this where students graduating will lose access to their files shortly after the school year comes to an end. The recommended method is transferring data to another account using the transfer option, but if students do not have a personal account, or do not want to create one, they can simply download their files using this link.
PNHS -- see your Technology Integration Specialist, Jeff Hudson, for questions/help.
PSHS -- see your Technology Integration Specialist, Justin Schuler, for questions/help.
PMC Kids Ride
Help Raise Money for Students Visiting Japan
Paint Night June 5th at Cabby Shack
3rd Grade Biography Projects
Science In Kindergarten
A Special Surprise
SES Celebrates May's Leaders of the Month
Special Friend Visit
Making Books Come Alive!
Congratulations Emma Bent!
Celebrating Our Most Improved Students
Celebrating Our Students
Allied Health Pinning Ceremony
The following students received pins:
Riley Bassett, Maggie Driscoll, Amelia Christensen, Samuel Porter, Rory Perry, Carolyn Mullen, Morgan Utera, Ahna Mento, Alexandra Lewis, Meaghan Montolio, Janelle Long, Anna Tamulionis, Chloe Stutzman, Abigail Petty.