Plymouth High School has decided to recognize one of its teachers.
This past weekend marked an induction ceremony into the National Honor Society for 35 students. The organization recognizes students who have performed well in their academic pursuits.
The ceremonies were part of “Super Sunday” at the high school. The National Honor Society induction was followed by the high school’s Academic Hall of Fame induction.
The festivities, while largely student-focused, also took time to recognize members of the teaching faculty. According to a press release from Plymouth High School, an “outstanding teacher” is selected for each six weeks of the trimester schedule.
Two English teachers, as well as biology, history, and journalism teachers were part of the group being recognized. Only one teacher was honored at the end of the year for overall excellence.
Ryan Rust, who teaches math at Plymouth High School was chosen as the National Honor Society’s “Outstanding Teacher of the Year.”
Plymouth High School’s Principal Jim Condon said the staff at the high school is quite talented.