Julianne Morse, Olivia Cenac & Hannah Blanchard were nominated as Freshman Academy students of the month for April by their teachers.
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Junior Courtney Carroll remains unbeaten at No. 1 singles for the Girls’ Tennis team. At the halfway point in the regular season, Courtney is 10-0 in matches and has not lost a set this season. Courtney had a big week getting wins over two of the Patriot League’s top players from Duxbury and Scituate. Her win in a close match at Duxbury sealed the Panther’s 3-2 victory. Continue Reading →
Plymouth South High School Seniors Nolan Badore, Grace Coon, Nathan Spinetti, Aspen Scaranari, Mel Rose, Becca Gabbett, Sydni Dabkowski and Jordan Young finished in 7th place at the Nationwide 10 Day Film Festival.
They also took home the award for Best Cinematography and finished in the top three for Best Poster and Best Cinematic Technique. For this contest, the students were given only 10 days to write a script, make a storyboard, film, edit and create a poster.
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Four students at Plymouth South Middle School were hospitalized after ingesting some pot brownies. Plymouth School Superintendent Gary Maestas tells WATD News that the students reported their symptoms shortly before 11 a.m. Friday. Read more at 959watd.com. Continue Reading →
The Plymouth South High School Choir was awarded third place and a ranking of “Excellent” in Music in the Parks performance in Washington, D.C. last week.
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Prior to April Vacation, The Plymouth South Middle School Student Council hosted its annual Pasta Dinner for the Council on Aging. Student Council members served over 40 guests a pasta dinner and entertained them with trivia, conversation and music. Continue Reading →
Erin Bernard, a senior at Plymouth South High School, received the Outstanding Vocational Technical Student of the year award from the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators and the Massachusetts Vocational Association.
The award recognizes exceptional students selected by their local school. (more…) Continue Reading →
Cillian Davis, Kendall McDonald and Patrick Demmons were named as March freshmen of the month by their teachers. They received a t-shirt, certificate and a coupon for a treat from culinary. Continue Reading →
Town Meeting overwhelmingly approved borrowing $3.1 million dollars to build two artificial turf fields for the new Plymouth South High School, Saturday morning. A portion of that money, up to $1.8 million, would be reimbursed to the town once the PSHS project is officially completed in September 2018. That money would come from the project’s contingency fund. (more…) Continue Reading →
Plymouth South High School students Brianna Johnson, Nicole Mullally and Allysia Tavekelian earned Gold Level Certification in School Based Enterprise at the recently held State DECA Conference.
That qualified them for the International DECA Conference in Anaheim, CA at the end of April. Joining them will be Brianna Lonergan and Alec Medeiros who won third place for the public relations category. (more…) Continue Reading →
Plymouth South Middle School, led by Student Council, has kicked off Pennies for Patients, a three week fundraiser that raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
In the past two years that the school has participated in the event, over $8,700 has been raised. In 2015 PSMS was one of the top five fundraising schools in New England. Homerooms will raise money for cancer research while competing for a pasta lunch donate by the Olive Garden. (more…) Continue Reading →
The Plymouth Public Schools’ SkillsUSA chapter sent over 120 students to the District Competition at Greater New Bedford Vocational Technical High School last Friday. There were 32 medal winners and 28 students qualified for the State Competition in April. Continue Reading →
As Town Meeting nears, school officials pitched their plan for additional turf fields at the new Plymouth South High School, Monday night. The school department wants to borrow an additional $3.7 million to pay for the fields, which would be located where the current high school building stands, But, those in attendance at Plymouth South Middle School seemed less interested in the cost and more interested in what they would be like. (more…) Continue Reading →
Teja Andrews, Abigail White and Angelina Andrews were named Plymouth South High School Freshmen of the Month.
they each received a t-shirt and a certificate for a treat from culinary. Continue Reading →
Southern Mass credit Union is banking on Plymouth Public Schools. The Fairhaven-based credit union has had a branch in Plymouth North High School since shortly after the new school opened. Read more at Wicked Local. Continue Reading →
Selectmen voted Tuesday to support borrowing $3.7 million dollars to pay for building new athletic fields at Plymouth South High School, a month after putting off a vote on the same request. Superintendent Gary Maestas said he anticipated that up to $1.8 million of the sum would be repaid from the Plymouth South High School building project’s contingency fund after it was officially complete. The school department is looking into a deal to install solar panels at the school to pay for the lights. The field would be used by the soccer, lacrosse, baseball and softball teams.
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Plymouth South High School Male Athlete of the Week Andrew Wagner placed 4th at Saturday’s Massachusetts State Coaches Meet in the 55 hurdles with a time of 8.00, the 9th best time in the state and 2nd fastest in school history.
Andrew is currently first in the Patriot League. Continue Reading →
Jaiden Andrews the PSHS Female Athlete of the Week placed 4th in the hurdles on Saturday’s Massachusetts State Coaches Meet with a personal best time of 8.94. She is currently the 10th fastest in the state, and #3 in the Patriot league. Continue Reading →
Forty-one Plymouth South High School Students, along with four teachers, attended last week’s inauguration of President Donald Trump. Besides the inauguration itself, The students visited the National Museum of American History, the National Archives and the Newseum on Thursday. They also attended the EF Inaugural Ball that evening. (more…) Continue Reading →
Jacob Stasiowski, a senior captain on the Plymouth South wrestling team, is this week’s Plymouth South High School Male Athlete of the Week. He currently has a record of16-2 and was a finalist in the Marshfield Tournament. Jacob is a returning Division-1 sectional champion. Continue Reading →
When students at Plymouth South High School involved with the DECA program want to do a project related to public relations, they usually look to do something involving a business. Seniors Alec Medeiros and Brianna Longergan chose a different client. The homeless. (more…) Continue Reading →
Selectmen voted to hold off on putting more money into the new Plymouth South High School. School department officials came before the Board of Selectmen Tuesday night, asking that more money be borrowed for the project in order to build an artificial turf field, along with lighting and drainage. The field would be used by the soccer, baseball and softball teams.
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Cam McPhee has had an outstanding week for the Plymouth South boy’s hockey team, earning him Plymouth South High School Male Athlete of the Week honors.
Cam earned a shutout in back-to-back games against Bishop Stang and last year’s division 3 state champions, Hanover. Hanover was previously undefeated coming into this game as well. He made 62 saves over the two games and his current shutout streak stands at just over 90 minutes of play. Continue Reading →
Brandi Andrews leads all scorers with a season high of 17 points in Friday night’s game against Pembroke.
Brandi showed great leadership in the win for the Panthers, playing great defense and controlling the offense. She’s this week’s Plymouth South High School Female Player of the week. Continue Reading →
Prior to the holiday break, approximately 20 students from Manomet Elementary School headed out to three local nursing homes in order to spread some cheer.
Led by their music teacher Caitlin Batstone, the students sang a number of holiday classics and delivered handmade cards from students. Continue Reading →
On Tuesday, December 20, Grade 5 at Plymouth South Middle School took part in a “Read with Malcolm” Skype session with New England Patriots’ rookie wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell.
Mitchell, who struggled as a reader his entire life, discussed the importance of reading and becoming a better reader. When Mitchell was injured in 2012, he realized he had to put more attention into his reading game. Mitchell recently wrote a children’s book called “The Magician’s Hat” and started the Share the Magic Foundation, a nonprofit organization that aims to promote the long-term benefits of reading and book ownership among students in Title I schools and underserved communities.
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