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Plymouth Public Schools

The Mission of Plymouth Public Schools is to Challenge, Inspire, and Prepare all students for success in an ever-changing and complex world.


Public Service Announcement
 

 


 

Our Schools

New Student Registration


Online Survey for new Superintendent of Schools

Superintendent Search Process Initial Information


November Update from the Board Chair

Letters from the Board Chair


 

Bus Trip to New York City 12/6/2014

 

The PTSA After Grad committee is planning a bus trip to New York City to spend the day on your own, on December 6th.

 

The bus leaves Terryville High School at 8:00 AM and leaves NYC at 6:00 PM.

To find out more information please contact Carol Andrews at andrewsc@plymouth.k12.ct.us

 


 

School Year 2014-2015 Information 

2014-2015 School Year Calendar

2014-2015 Bus Route Summary

Kindergarten Registration Reminder

2014-2015 Kindergarten Registration for Current Students

2014-2015 Kindergarten Registration for NEW Students

Health Assessment Record

Sports Participation Health Record

Free and Reduced Lunch Application


Solar Power Purchase and Sale Agreement

Plymouth Public Schools - Wellness Policy

Plymouth Public Schools Breakfast Program
Breakfast in the Elementary schools will start on Sept 2nd

2011-2012 District Strategic School Profile


Parents of new students who have recently moved to the Town of Plymouth should register their students at the Board of Education Offices  


Plymouth Board of Education Awards and Recognition


For more information on the Magnet Schools click HERE

For Magnet School Applications click HERE


The Local Prevention Council is doing a survey of parents in the community in in regards to substance use. Click HERE to take the survey!

 This data collection is a key element in our continued efforts to prevent substance abuse among our youth in this community.


Superintendent's Message

 

We Believe:

 *ALL children can learn and ALL educators are responsible for the achievement of ALL students.

*On-going communication between the home and school is an essential component of a student’s successful educational experience.

 *Mutual respect and cooperation among the school community promotes a safe, orderly and positive learning environment.

 *Instructional and assessment techniques are a constantly evolving process which involve using all appropriate, available data, resources, and best practices to improve student learning.

 *Members of our educational community are passionate learners who are enthusiastic, caring and committed to the enhancement of teaching and learning.