Go Big Red!

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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    Big Red Recap:It was another busy night around Plymouth as the varsity baseball and softball teams both were in action at home hosting Mapleton while the MS track and field teams were also at home hosting South Central and Western Reserve in a tri meet. The boys finished in 1st place while the girls took 2nd in the tri meet and both had several strong individual performances...1st Place:Anna Caughenbaugh - 100 m hurdles, 100 m dash, and 200 m dashSienna Kennison - 800 m runBella James - High JumpRyleigh Hyatt - Long JumpLiberty Lewis - Discus Izaya Reynolds - 200 and 400 m dashGabe Cole - 100 m dashCarter Jester - 1600 m runJackson Fidler - High JumpGirls and Boys 4x100 m relays2nd Place:Aubree Stephens - 100 m dashLiberty Lewis - Shot PutHemi Hicks - 110 m hurdlesGabe Cole - Long JumpLevi Foley - 1600 m runWeston Smith - 800 m runCarson Lewis - Shot PutDasean Winfield - High JumpGirls and Boys 4x200 m relays3rd Place:Carson Roberts - 110 m hurdlesKarson Flickinger - 100 m dash4th Place:Cullen Mason - 400 m runIsak Strom - 200m dash The Big Red baseball team picked up an exciting walk-off win in the bottom of the 8th inning to defeat the Mounties by a 7-6 final score. Tied 4-4 headed into the 7th inning the Mounties would plate a run in the top half of the 7th to take a 5-4 lead before the Big Red would come back to tie the game in the bottom half and force extra innings at 5-5. Winning pitcher Garrett Bishop battled his way out of a jam in the top of the 8th but not before the Mounties plated one run to take the lead again at 6-5. A lead off walk and an infield base hit gave the Big Red the baserunners they needed in the bottom of the 9th before a throwing error and a wild pitch would bring the tying and winning runs both across for the Big Red for the come from behind win. The win improves them to 5-3 overall and 4-1 in conference play and they will be back at it today at Mapleton.The softball team continued to struggle against some of the league's best pitching and hitting and got shut out 20-0 by the Mounties. They drop to 1-10 overall and 0-5 in conference play and will also be right back at it today at Mapleton. ... See MoreSee Less
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