Robbinsdale Area Schools
Middle School
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A middle school student shows off his artwork
Middle school students work on an assignment in class.

Plymouth Middle School

Our mission is to inspire and educate all learners to develop their unique potential and positively contribute to their community. 

Principal's Welcome

Leia Ward

We are committed to academic achievement, accomplished through the lens of equity. 

Tools for Families

Apply for educational benefits today

Meals will no longer be free for families unless they qualify for educational benefits.

Athletics and Activities

Get involved 

We offer many academic, athletic and service opportunities for students of all grades. 

Counseling

Achieve Success

Counseling Staff help to guide early adolescent students through their middle school years.

School News

Updated school year calendar

Last year the School Board voted to change the 2022-23 school year calendar. To accommodate two holidays – Yom Kippur on Oct. 5, 2022, and Eid celebrated on April 21 and 22, 2023.

Step It Up Fundraiser starting 9/20/22

One of Plymouth's most successful fundraisers will be starting next week on Tuesday. Students will receive information about the fundraiser and an email will go out to families with more information. We hope you consider helping us to raise money for our school!

Every Meal: Fighting Food Insecurity

We are excited to partner with Every Meal to offer a free weekend food program to all our students. 

Every Meal is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to fight child hunger through community and school partnerships. They strive to make a difference in children’s lives by focusing on food gaps like weekends, school breaks, and summer when they can’t receive food in school.

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We have been monitoring the arrival of buses the first two weeks of school. We are now at a point where most buses are dropping students off at school in enough time for them to get to class by 9:20.

If a student's bus is late, they will be given a bus pass which will be excused.

Students who are in the building, late, and without a bus pass will be marked tardy. 

Stay tuned - there may be a change in breakfast procedure as well to ensure students are eating breakfast and getting to class on time. 

Armstrong and Cooper Events

We love to support our local high schools by attending events. It creates school spirit and a sense of community. With that said, both Armstrong and Cooper High Schools require elementary and middle school students to be accompanied by a paid adult at every event. Athletics and activities are not intended to be drop-off events for our elementary and middle school students. 

Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 - October 15

We believe the diversity in our school is one of our greatest strengths. Each month, we will highlight a culture represented in our schools. 

Hispanic Heritage Month starts this week. Students will be invited to create papel picados during advisory. 

Apply for Educational Benefits

Every year we ask all families to complete an Educational Benefits application. This is a big request, and we ask you to take a few moments to apply right now. 

Applying for Educational Benefits offers advantages to students in every school. By filling out an application, you will help us qualify for education funds and discounts that benefit all learners.

  • Student(s) and families may qualify for:
  • Free or reduced-price meals
  • Reduced athletic and activity fees
  • Lower admission fees to zoos and museums
  • Reduced cost for Chromebook insurance 
  • Reduced rental costs for musical instruments

To apply, complete an application online at family.titank12.com/application.

Personal Device Expectations

PMS has altered our expectations for use of personal devices during the school day. 

General Expectations for students:

Classrooms

  • Away during instructional time (bell to bell)

  • With permission on a case-by-case basis

PMS Fall Activities Start September 12th

Practice for Fall Sports starts Monday, September 12th. Practice starts at 4:15 pm. 

6-8 Girls Tennis (meet at the tennis courts)

6-8 Coed Soccer (meet on the soccer fields)

7-8 Girls Volleyball (meet in the gym)

Still need to register? Register Today

Frequently Asked Questions - beginning of year 2022

Coming Soon: PMS Student and Family Information Hub

We are currently building a Google Site that will house information for students and families about procedures, expectations, schedules, and more! We will send out a message as soon as it is launched. 

Until then, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions:

Back to School Information

Are you wondering about school pictures, Open House, Chromebook pick up, schedules, and more? Check out this slideshow for back-to-school information!

Middle school students work on an assignment in class.

The first day of school depends on your grade level. 6th grade and W.E.B. Leaders will start school on Tuesday, September 6th. 7th and 8th grade students will start school on Wednesday, September 7th.

Students getting on a bus

I am happy to report that we currently have drivers to staff all transportation routes and busing to school activities. In addition, we believe we have hired enough staff to be able to cover our routes if our drivers call out sick or need to take extended leaves. 

School Calendar

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