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Attention SENIORS: Your Digital Portfolios are due on Monday, March 1, 2021 by 3:00 PM. Please turn your portfolio in for review, or meet with Ms. Fleck ASAP. A passing Digital Portfolio is a requirement to graduate.
NOTE: Important Information about the Meal Application Form from the NH Office of Nutrition. You can find the application under the 'For Parents' tab / Important Forms & Documents.
UPDATE: On February 3rd, 2021, a local business received a telephone call from Sports Media requesting money for a sports poster. On January 20, 2020, the Plymouth Police Department received information from a local business pertaining to a scam that was sent to them through the mail. The mailing asked for a monetary donation to support Plymouth Regional High School 2020 Spring Sports Poster. On January 27th area businesses contacted PRHS and stated that a similar organization is contacting the public via a phone call. On June 3rd, July 15th and July 29th scam mailings were received within the community from Sports Media, 722 Dulaney Valley Road, #267, Towson, MD 21204.
Please be aware that this is a SCAM and is not affiliated with Plymouth Regional High School in any way. If you receive a questionable mailing or phone call pertaining to this information, please contact your local police department ASAP. Thank you!
Please reference the PRHS Athletics page for important, updated information.
Plymouth Regional High School Spectator Guidelines for Athletic Events:
Please do not attend an athletic event if you answer “yes” to an of the following:
-Do you have even mild new or unexplained symptoms of COVID-19 (including, temperature of 100 F or greater, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headaches, new loss of taste or smell, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea).
-Had close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the prior 14 days.
-Traveled outside of New England in the past 14 days (outside of NH, VT, ME, CT, MA, RI).
Spectator Mask Expectations:
-All spectators must wear a mask when transitioning from their vehicle to the athletic fields. This also pertains to your transition back to the vehicle at the conclusion of the event.
-All spectators must wear a mask if they are unable to maintain 6 feet apart from others. Exemption to this is direct family members only.
-Spectators are allowed to take masks off at venues when 6 feet or more can be maintained.
-All spectators should remain respectful of everyone attending the event and show care for others by following set guidelines.
Opponent Guidelines can be found here: School Rules for Spectators
COVID - 19 Announcements | Information
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