PHS wins NEW Mfg Alliance Innovation Award

Plymouth High School has been named winner of the Education Innovation Award in the NorthEast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance’s third annual Excellence in Manufacturing/K-12 Partnerships Awards.

The alliance is working with educators to help students learn about career opportunities in manufacturing. The awards spotlight best practices for manufacturing and education collaborations, as well as top talent from local manufacturing companies.

PHS was chosen for the Education Innovation Award because of its efforts to showcase manufacturing as a great career choice for youth, according to the award notification sent to PHS Principal Jennifer Rauscher.

“I’m very proud of our teachers and students and grateful to the local manufacturers and post-sec- ondary schools who support and partner with us,” Rauscher said.

PHS will receive a $500 donation from the NEW Manufacturing Alliance. School representatives will attend an awards program Oct. 21 in Green Bay.

The awards program also will feature the 2015 All Star Award winners, recognized as top talent among member companies, which include Masters Gallery Foods and Sargento.

Past winners of the Education Innovation Award include Algoma High School and school districts in Wausaukee, Crivitz and Pembine. The PHS technology education program received an Excellence in Manufacturing/Education Partnerships Award in 2012, making it the only school to win in two different years.

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