Local school administrators continue to keep an eye on the state legislative session. Plymouth School Superintendent Andy Hartley updated the school board Tuesday on a few bills making their way through the Indiana General Assembly.
Updated plans for the new Lincoln Junior High School building were presented to the Plymouth School Board Tuesday.
The Plymouth School Board approved the 2018-2019 school calendar when it met Tuesday. Superintendent Andy Hartley said the biggest change is that the school year will start a little later. Students’ first day of class will be August 8, while the last day will be May 31, 2019. Christmas break and spring break will each be two weeks long, while fall break will last one week.
An unforeseen problem at Triton Schools resulted in a generous offer from another local school corporation and an opportunity to highlight dedicated members of the community.
As previously reported, the Triton Jr./Sr. high school gymnasium was flooded due to a pipe bursting. Triton Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said that Plymouth Superintendent Andy Hartley has graciously agreed to let Triton utilize Plymouth facilities for the time being.
As a way to counteract the negative stigma of school rivalries and schools competing for enrollment numbers, Riffle highlighted some individuals with multiple community connections. Continue reading