The Plymouth School Board accepted retirements and resignations during their meeting February 1st

There were only two resignations to consider, Wendy Haenes who has been the administration benefits coordinator and deputy treasure with an effective date of March 11th and William McIntyre a Special Education Teacher at PHS will retire May 31st.   

There were several resignations approved including Lindsay Barts the Plymouth High School In-School Suspension Aide and Yessica Renteria from Menominee a Title I Aide, both effective December 17th.   Marrissa Ritenour Transportation Bus Aid resigned January 6th and Jessica Harness Menominee Cafeteria table washer for January 21st. Jessica Runk tendered her resignation as a 7th grade Language Arts Teacher for May 31st while PHS Football Coach John Barron resigned January 7th.  Anne Schultz, a kindergarten teacher at Menominee Elementary resigned January 18th and Ben Waymouth resigned January 14th as the PHS Girls and Boys Head Golf Coach. 

Board member Larry Pinkerton said of Barron’s resignation, “On behalf of the school corporation I want to thank him for his dedication and contributions and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”  Pinkerton also recognized Wendy Haenes and William McIntyre and thanked them for their contributions and dedication and wished them both the best. 

The Plymouth School Board also approved out-of-state travel for the PHS Seed Club to Shedd Aquarium in Chicago and the overnight request of PHS PBA winners to Indianapolis for the State Leadership Conference.