Dear Parents/Guardians, Due to the extreme amount of shortages in products, we will not be offering an entree choice at lunch. The menu has been updated to give you the daily lunch entree. We will do our best to offer the fruits and vegetables that are on the menu, but cannot guarantee there won't be any changes. We are dealing with the same issues concerning breakfast items, substitutes will be made as needed. We will try to offer limited a la carte items at the Middle/High School cafeteria in the second lunch line. It is our desire to go back to offering choices as soon as products become more available. Thank you for your understanding of this matter. Jenny Blankenship, Food Service DirectorRead More
Attention PHS Parents: Mid-Ohio ESC and Galion City Schools in partnership with Discount Drug Mart, Richland County Public Health, Crawford County Public Health, and Galion Health Department will be hosting two voluntary student vaccination clinics for any students ages 16 and older in Richland and Crawford counties. Please see the attached information in your email, school facebook, or READ MORE for more information.Read More
Please see the attached flyer about more information from the Mansfield/Richland County Public Library for FREE meals for children ages 2-18.Read More
On February 9, 2021, Governor DeWine asked schools and districts to work with their communities and educational stakeholders to help students continue to advance academically and to make up for any learning that may have been lost or delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and related disruptions. Governor DeWine has requested that schools and districts design plans that address learning recovery and extended learning opportunities to meet the needs of students that could include, but are not limited to, extending the current school year, beginning the new year early, extending the school day or instituting summer programs, tutoring, remote options, and other remedial or supplemental activities. Please see READ MORE or DISTRICT QUICKLINKS for more information.Read More
The Plymouth-Shiloh Local Schools will close schools (no students or staff in attendance) on Friday, February 19, 2021 so staff can participate in the COVID vaccination program offered by the state of Ohio. School will resume on Monday, February 22, 2021.
Please click READ MORE to take you to our School Facebook page for the LIVESTREAM JV/Varsity Basketball Games for the 2020-2021 Season for HOME games on Facebook or you can find us at Plymouth-Shiloh Local School District on Facebook.Read More
Meal Sign Up for January 4th - 8th. District open enrolled and Plymouth-Shiloh students, ages 1 through 18 years old, may sign up for meals during remote learning days. All meals will be available for pickup on Monday, January 4th, at designated times and locations. If you know of any families without internet access, please assist them in filling out this form or have them call: 419-687-8200 Ext.22105 or 419-747-8179 Ext.22105 and leave a message with their name, phone number, student(s) names, any allergies, pick-up location, and pick-up time. To receive these meals, you must fill out this form by 12:00 pm on Sunday, January 3, 2021. Please click READ MORE for the survey. Thank you. (Outside pick-up only, please remain in your vehicles and remain patient.)Read More
Caregivers can reach us by filling out our webform, calling, texting, or emailing us. A member of the North team will work with them to find a solution. This can look like researching internet providers in the area, finding available hotspots, finding ways to reduce other bills so that internet payments are less of a burden, etc. There is no cost to districts or families to work with us. We do not provide financial assistance, but we can connect families with resources that can help them through this time. We care a lot about Ohio families, and we want to see everyone connected!Read More
Please see the important attached letter from the Superintendent in regards to Remote Learning and schedule changes for our District as of 11-23-20 (updated 12-3-20).Read More
Student Attendance Policy Update: Attending school during a level 3 Red designation due to COVID-19 will bring about a change in our student attendance policy. This change is required by the Ohio Department of Health due to the current high exposure and spread in our county. Students that are sent home from school with a symptom of coronavirus are required to stay home from school for a minimum of ten days. Students may only return to school earlier than ten days if they receive a different diagnosis from their medical doctor for their symptoms. Documentation from the doctor must be submitted to the school if the student returns early.