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City Meetings Monday Evening

May 10, 2015
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday night beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council meeting. Agenda for the Board of Public Works includes awarding the bid for the wastewater furnace and A/C unit for the old administration building and opening...
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Preliminary iREAD Assessment Results Released vbj

May 10, 2015
Preliminary iREAD Assessment Results Released vbj

The preliminary 2015 results of the statewide reading assessment given to 3rd grade students each spring were released on May 8. The iREAD-3 (Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination) testing is administered to determine if students have mastered the needed skills to be successful in a 4th grade setting. Education standards for kindergarten through grade...
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Mayor Senter Explains Government to Menominee 3rd Graders

May 10, 2015
Mayor Senter Explains Government to Menominee 3rd Graders

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter stopped by Menominee Elementary School Friday to talk with 3rd grade students about the three branches of the United States Government; they are the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches.   Menominee students have been learning about national, state, and local government. Friday wrapped up the weeklong study for third grade...
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Operation Round Up® Grants Awarded

May 10, 2015
Operation Round Up® Grants Awarded

On April 28, the Operation Round Up board of directors announced three grants, totaling $9,500, was awarded to the Indiana Troopers Youth Service, Encore Performing Arts and Care and Share of Marshall County. The Indiana Troopers Youth Service received funding to help with their youth summer camp for children 11-14 years of age that...
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Ancilla College Celebrates 48th Graduating Class

May 10, 2015
Ancilla College Celebrates 48th Graduating Class

Ancilla College graduated its 48th class in school history on Saturday, May 9, at the Ancilla Domini Chapel. The College awarded 65 students their degrees. “This is an excellent graduating class,” said Ancilla College President Dr. Ken Zirkle.  “I am very proud of the graduates; a number of whom are already accepted and enrolled...
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PHS & WSOI Admin. Team Provided Lunch to Staff for Nat. Teacher Week

May 8, 2015
PHS & WSOI Admin. Team Provided Lunch to Staff for Nat. Teacher Week

In honor of National Teacher Week the Plymouth High School / Weidner School Of Inquiry Administrative Team inclusive of Principal Jim Condon, Assistant Principal Kyle Coffman, Dean of Students Ken Olson, Director of Guidance Aimee Portteus along with WSOI Co-Directors Jennifer Felke and Michael Delp… held an employee appreciation luncheon Wednesday for the PHS/WSOI...
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Jimmy A. Gamble – 66 – from Culver

May 8, 2015
Jimmy A. Gamble – 66 – from Culver

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Tidbits from Triton

May 8, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Triton is celebrating reading!   This year on the IREAD3 reading exam, Triton Elementary School had a 98.5 % passing rate.   Only one student didn’t pass. Reading is a basic skill and it’s a priority at Triton! Pictured are “reading buddies” 4th grader: Olivia Shively Kind: Chloe McKinney   Third graders in Mrs....
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PHS Students Participate in BPA Nationals

May 8, 2015
PHS Students Participate in BPA Nationals

Three Plymouth High School students, Garrett Garver (10), Kathryn Hickman (12) and Curtis Smith (11) have been competing at nationals this week at the BPA – Business Professionals of America Annual National Leadership Conference (NLC) in Anaheim, California. PHS Business Instructor Mr. Gene Skirvin just notified the school that Curtis Smith has moved on...
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Huge Majority of Marshall County Students Entering College Don’t Need Remediation

May 8, 2015

With demands from four-year and two-year colleges, trade schools, and industries to have applicants prepared with the needed skills to hit the road running, the buzzwords for Indiana high schools continues to be “college and career ready”. From all appearances, Marshall County schools are doing an outstanding job of fulfilling the expectations. Marshall County...
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