Kindergartners and first-graders got a chance to see what it’s like to go to college, thanks to the Marshall County Promise program. A group of first-graders from Webster Elementary School discussed their recent Walk into My Future trip with the Plymouth School Board last week. Continue reading
The Plymouth School Board is expected to act on a few items related to the Lincoln Junior High School building project tonight. They include the purchase of some adjacent land at 900 Lincolnway East, as well as the re-approval of the building corporation that will technically be financing the work.
Volunteers with Trinity United Methodist Church in Plymouth are giving of their time to help mentor local elementary school children. The Kids Hope USA program pairs churches with local schools with the goal of meeting the emotional, social, and academic needs of children.
The Culver Community Schools Corporation has finalized the list of teachers for the upcoming school year. Three new elementary school teachers were officially hired during last week’s school board meeting.
After finally approving 2017 salaries for city employees, the Plymouth Common Council is now turning its attention to elected officials. A 2017 salary ordinance for Plymouth’s elected officials will be introduced for first reading, during tonight’s common council meeting. It starts at 6:30 p.m., following the Plymouth Board of Works meeting at 6:00 p.m. Continue reading
Plymouth’s fall street and sidewalk projects are set to get underway today. Parking restrictions may be in effect on Washington, Alexander, and Ewing Streets at various times while work is taking place. Continue reading
A recent retiree from the Plymouth Community School Corporation was killed last night in an accident at his home. Continue reading
The City of Plymouth is planning some road repair projects, as part of Indiana’s Community Crossings matching grant program. City Engineer Rick Gaul told the Board of Works Monday the city already has an asset management plan for its roads, but it’s currently being updated to match the program’s requirements. Continue reading
The City of Plymouth is moving ahead with several street and sidewalk projects. City Engineer Rick Gaul told the Board of Works Monday that state funding has been approved to help cover the cost of soil testing for the Safe Routes to School project. Continue reading
The Plymouth School Board got some more details Tuesday about the ISTEP scores at the corporation’s elementary schools. The four elementary principals each presented their school’s scores, as well as some of their plans for improvement. Continue reading
Students at several Plymouth schools learned valuable lessons about giving during the month of December. Several classes took part in penny wars competitions to raise money for United Way of Marshall County, while others worked at their school store to support the local nonprofit organization. Continue reading