Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - December 7, 2019
2020 Student Film Festival Success!
Visual & Performing Arts
The following students from Plymouth North HS auditioned and were accepted into the South Eastern Massachusetts Music Educators Sr. Music Festival to be held in January.
Congratulations to these students!
Seeger Creane French Horn
Elizabeth Martin Violin
Of these students five got All-State Recs and will audition for the
Massachusetts All-State Music Festival. Nice work!
Science, Technology & Engineering
Upcoming Attractions at the Blake Planetarium
Great Fun with Green Screens!
The Season of Giving!
HES Students in Plymouth, UK!
CELEBRATION OF NONFICTION WRITING!
MES Holds Its Annual Wellness Fair
Harry Potter Day
To start the Fantasy reading unit off with a bang, the 5th graders arrived in school to find their classrooms transformed into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The day included using fractions to create potions and solve clues to escape from Azkaban, as well as a shopping trip to Diagon Alley which included some tricky conversions using wizard money. Glasses came out for a closer inspection of literary essays and the reading unit was launched!
West Elementary Turkey Trot
Term 1 Honors Breakfasts
Babysitters for Hire!
Angelina Benitez, Leilani Da Cruz, Tess Driscoll, Makenna Foley, Lily Hall, Hannah Jones, Olivia Sarris, Lila Villano, Skyler Zeitz, Cecelia Maines, Adam Mott, Summer Waterman earned their certification from the Massachusetts 4-H Babysitter's Course.
Mrs. Cruz and PCIS are extremely proud of these students and their dedication.
We Are Jaguars, Hear Us Roar
PSMS held its first Honors Celebration of the year on Wednesday. Proud parents came to celebrate the hard work of their offspring; together they polished off some donuts, listened to speeches by high school seniors and administration, learned about the new CASEL awards, and finally, shared a hug. Congratulations to all our hard workers!
The CASEL awards recognize the "soft skills" that are so important in today's work world. Included are categories such as self-awareness and self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Teachers from each team nominate students exemplifying these characteristics.
Congratulations to Coach Motyka, Coach Maccaferri, and all of the students who participate! The award is well deserved!