Plymouth Public Schools
Voyager Express Newsletter - November 27, 2019
You're invited to our Film Festival Celebration!
Join us to celebrate the films created by students grade K-12 as they share their unique perspectives on America's Hometown!
This celebration will honor all students who have submitted films to the festival and recognize the winning films from elementary, middle, and high school.
Thursday, December 5th | 6:30 PM
at Plymouth North High School
If They Had Known Community Showing
Visual Performing Arts
Marching Band and Identity Banner students travel to the UK!
The Identity Banner students spent a day at Plymouth College of Art with our friends Norman and Ellie. They displayed the banners that they have been diligently working on and learned all types of new art skills! The group has a busy, fun-filled week ahead. Students will arrive back home on Sunday.
Science, Technology & Engineering
From the First LEGO League competition website, City Shaper is described as: "More than ever, we must come together to innovate and solve problems. In FIRST, you are part of a thriving community brimming with inspiration, creativity, and hope for a stronger, more sustainable future—one that’s built better together. You have the power to help the cities, towns, and places you call home reach new heights. With the support of the FIRST community, this is your opportunity to lead our future forward—and up."
So, in preparing for the Innovation Project component of this competition, Mrs. Martin and Ms. Silzer invited Chief Botieri to come and speak about potential parking problems Plymouth expects with each of the upcoming 2020 celebrations. Our students are grateful for having received this insight from a community expert. Good luck to our competing students and thank you Chief Botieri!
Fall Fun at Cold Spring
Turkey Trot/ Food Drive
2nd Annual Friendsgiving
Hedge Annual Thanksgiving Feast
2nd Grade Celebrating Poetry
Gathering for a Special Meal
Annual Thanksgiving Feast
ABC Fashion Show
Great Bedtime Story Night
Thanksgiving Traditions at PCIS
Exploring the Earth
Three Cheers for the Bright Green and Gold
2019 PNHS graduates, Andrea Sweeney and Cady Nessralla, joined PNN advisor, Mrs. Terry, at the NSPA Convention in Washington, D.C. this past weekend to accept the award.
Eagles Spirit Week
Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Freshman Academy Students of the Month
Left to Right: Harrison Ottino, Shannon Rezendes and Ryan Marchi.