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.

Our Schools

 Meet our new staff

Meet Our New Staff!

2016-2017 Proposed Budget Information

New Meal Prices Effective January 11, 2016

 Plymouth Public Schools Chromebook Policy

(Adopted 8/12/2015)

* New Student Registation *


InfoSnap New Student Registration 2015 - 2016

Click the above InfoSnap icon/picture if your child is NEW to the Plymouth Public School District.

For more information on the Magnet Schools click HERE

For Magnet School Applications click HERE


 2015-2016 Board Adopted Budget Information

Shipman and Goodwin: Employment Law Letter

 The Plymouth School District has revised and continues to revise curriculum, instruction, and assessment using the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

We are asking parents to please go online to fill out a survey so we can evaluate the implementation of the new standards in our district. The survey will take about 5 minutes to fill out. We would greatly appreciate your feedback.

Click HERE to take the Parent CCSS Survey survey!

Letters from the Board Chair

School Year 2015-2016 Information

Bus Schedule 2015-2016

Updated Out-of-District Bus Plan Information

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

Reminder: Kindergarten Registration

Plymouth Public Schools Reopening for Registration

  2015-2016 School Year Calendar 

2015-2016 Sport Physicals Information

 Solar Power Purchase and Sale Agreement

Plymouth Public Schools - Wellness Policy

2012-2013 District Strategic School Profile

 Terryville Fire Department Adopt-A-Hydrant Program

 By adopting a fire hydrant close to your home or business and keeping it free of snow during the winter months you are helping to maintain a safer community!

 Click here for more information!

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.



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