The Plymouth Community School Corporation School Board members will meet Tuesday evening, June 7th at 7 p.m. in the administration board room. The meeting is open to the public. 

The agenda for the meeting includes the retirement of Kandi Tinkey as the corporation’s business manager at the end of 2022, the retirement of Stacy Scheetz as a PHS Guidance Counselor on June 13th, and the retirement of Rose Goncher from the JESSE LEA program as a Physical Therapist Assistant on May 31st.  The board will approve the termination of Alicia Williams as a substitute aid at Jefferson, Rosa Ramirez as a cafeteria server at Lincoln Jr High, and Kathryn Finney as a Special Education aide at PHS.  25 people have tendered resignations from teaching, sports assistants, aids, and club sponsors. 

Under Business Transactions the Plymouth School Board will consider the appointment of a new business manager, consider food bids, and determine significant lunch account balances to bad debts. 

The board will also consider the 2022 Blueberry Festival agreement which includes the use of Menominee School for the Blueberry Bike Cruise and is run by the Plymouth Swim Club, Lincoln Junior High parking lot for bus parking for the parade, Riverside Intermediate School for vehicle parking and organization of the parade, Jefferson Elementary School for the festival activities, as a First Aid station and an air-conditioned Mother/child feeding area and finally Plymouth High School for parking on the lots and grounds.

The agreement states parking will be $10 each day for cars or $20 for a weekend pass.  Motorhomes and buses will be $25 and $25 for RV overnight camping without hookup facilities.  The funds collected from the parking will be distributed with 50% going to the high school, 30% to the Blueberry Festival, and 20% to the Moose Lodge which drives the trams.

The school board will also consider the Guard 911 Alert System Service Agreement for the second and third years.  Marshall County Community Corrections will be using funds to cover the one-time setup fee of $5,900 for the 10 locations and the monthly fee of $790 for the 10 locations for the first year.  In years two and three the various school corporations will pay their monthly fees. 

Finally, the school board will consider the 2022-23 Return to In-Person Learning Plan Extension by Assistant Superintendent Jill VanDriessche. 

The meetings are open to the public and available live online at  This meeting is a meeting of the School Board in public for the purpose of conducting the school corporation’s business and is not to be considered a public community meeting.  There will be time for public participation as indicated by agenda items.