Pride and Dedication; Excellence in Education

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Plymouth-Shiloh Local Schools. As many of you know I grew up in the Plymouth-Shiloh District and graduated from PHS in 1976. I consider it an honor and a privilege to serve as the Superintendent of the Plymouth-Shiloh Local School District (PSLSD). My pledge to all of our students, parents, staff and community members is that all decisions made will be based on what is best for our students while being fiscally responsible to the citizens of our district. After serving the PSLSD the past thirty-two years as a teacher, coach, and principal I am looking forward to the challenge of my new position to do everything possible to provide each student with the best educational and co-curricular opportunities.

I want to assure our parents and community members that our staff will work their hardest to be a positive influence in our student’s lives. Delivering on the promise of excellence and opportunity for each student is a responsibility, challenge, and opportunity we will never take lightly. Everyone associated with the Plymouth-Shiloh Schools will be determined to provide excellent instruction leading to meaningful achievement and growth for each student.

The PSLSD is supported through a deep sense of community pride, traditions, and teamwork that help our schools strive for excellence. When decisions are made based on what is best for our students our successes will continue to be unlimited. Along with this website (https://plymouthshilohsd.org/) we will use social media Plymouth Shiloh Facebook Page and Plymouth Shiloh Twitter Page for communication. I encourage you to check these sites frequently.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions or if I can be of any assistance to you please contact me by email or phone.

Email > bturson@plymouthk12.org | Phone > 419-687-8200 X22224

Working together we can continue to best serve our students and sustain and grow our BIG RED PRIDE!

Sincerely,

  • Brad Turson, Superintendent

    Plymouth-Shiloh Local Schools

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    Elementary News!Elementary fundraiser information was sent home today for the Elementary. There is a video available on the school website under Elementary News if you are interested in viewing more information about the fundraiser. ... See MoreSee Less
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    Big Red Family!Please see the attached information from Ohio School Safety Center. Speak Up! Save Lives!We love our students and always want them to be safe! 😍 ... See MoreSee Less
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    Big Red Family!"Big Red Lunch Bunch"The PHS students involved in different groups will be visiting the Elementary students at lunch to encourage them to be involved in different activities and to bring out that BIG RED SPIRIT! Today the JV and Varsity Volleyball team members spent some time with the Elementary students! 🤩GO BIG RED! ... See MoreSee Less
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    Athletic News!Big Red Gameday!!It's Friday and another football gameday as the Big Red return back home to Alumni field and are set to take on St. Paul in another Firelands Conference battle. Football weather is here and it's going to be a perfect night for high school football! Gates will open at 5:30 so plan to arrive early to avoid the long lines at the ticket gate and grab your dinner at the concession stand as the Athletic Boosters will be grilling brats and burgers like usual! $4 student pre-sale tickets are available in the HS office until the end of the school day. All tickets at the gate are $6. Kickoff is set for 7 PM.Go Big Red!! ... See MoreSee Less
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    Athletic News!Big Red Recap:It was a good Thursday as the Big Red golf team brought home a Firelands Conference Championship after competing in the conference tournament yesterday at Eagle Creek GC. The Big Red took an 8-2 record into the tournament and was in sole possession of 1st place ahead of New London and Crestview. It was a cold and windy day on the links and the Big Red battled through that but did not have their best day firing a 377 team score. Sarah Hoak led the way with a 91 which earned her honorable mention honors. Canaan Slone followed closely with a 92 while Elliott Hall (95) and Jansen Potts (99) rounded out the team scoring for the Big Red. The 377 was good for a 4th place finish in yesterday's tournament behind St. Paul, Crestview, and Mapleton but beating New London was huge for the Big Red and with Crestview taking 2nd place yesterday and moving up two spots in the final standings the Big Red were able to earn a share of the conference championship with the Cougars. This is the first conference championship for the golf program in 25 seasons since the 1997 season!! They will be back in action tomorrow wrapping up the regular season at the State Farm Invite at Riceland GC and then will head into Sectional play next week.The MS Football team also had a good night as they traveled to St. Paul and took down the Flyers by a score of 28-8. They improve to 3-2 on the season and 3-1 in conference play and will host Mapleton next Thursday.The JV and Varsity Volleyball teams were also in action hosting Western Reserve and both fell in 3 sets to the Roughriders. They will be right back in action tomorrow morning at Wynford with JV starting at 10am. ... See MoreSee Less
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