Click here to watch some special videos, including Mrs. O'Keefe's Positively Plymouth read-alouds! New episodes are posted every week on "Wellness Wednesday."
Plymouth Elementary School
Our specialist teachers (as well some of our classroom teachers) will be Google Classroom for online learning beginning on April 13, 2020. Click here for more information about accessing Google Classroom!
Parents/Guardians are invited to provide input as part of the process of placing students in classrooms for the 2020-2021 school year. Please click below on your child's grade level to fill out a short questionnaire, and be sure to complete one for each child.
Grade 3 - COMING SOON!
Practice mindfulness whenever you start to feel stressed, anxious or concerned. The more you do it, the better you will get.
Trimester 2 (December 2, 2019 - March 6, 2020) report cards were sent via email on March 25, 2020. You can also view your child's report card by clicking here to log into PowerSchool, then clicking the "Alerting" link on the upper left side of the screen. If you need assistance, please email Lori Jolley (email@example.com).
Enter the high school campus from Germantown Pike via Dombrow Drive, the normal bus entrance. Follow the bus lane to the back of the building. Staff members will be on site to direct traffic.
If you have a problem with technology and need help, contact the help desk at 610-684-7135. Or click here to send an email.
Comcast is offering 60 days of free internet service through its Internet Essentials program to families who qualify. Click here for details and to find out if you qualify.
Click below for the latest Home and School Connection newsletters. This resource provides ideas for parents/guardians to help children become better students and citizens!
Meetings will enable public participation while adhering to social distancing guidelines.
Updating the District's response to the developing situation.
The new free meals pick-up schedule will continue to be Mondays and Wednesdays only. Remember meals are available to all school-age children in Colonial under the age of 18 and students over 18 who have special needs.
Help us highlight the Class of 2020! Click here to complete a quick form and upload your photo for the Senior Spotlight.
Advanced Placement 2D Studio Student Sarah Snyder won third place in the poster contest. The school also earned a free anti-vaping assembly.
UPDATE: The new free meals pick up schedule will continue to be Mondays and Wednesdays only.