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 Report Cards
The District administers a nine-week report card schedule. The report card is available on-line to the student approximately five school days following the end of each nine-week report period. Teacher comments may appear on your child’s report card to enhance communications between home and school.
Resources for Post-High School Institutions of Learning
The PHS guidance staff is well-equipped to answer any questions concerning post-secondary plans. Guidance counselors can lead students through the college application process, provide them with financial aid resources, inform them of vocational or military options, and offer any other assistance depending on their post-secondary interests. Students should see their guidance counselor to schedule an appointment.
Study Hall Policy
Students with a full day schedule at Plum are permitted no more than ten (10) study halls per six-day cycle.
Student Assessments
Keystone Exams and Test Dates
College Boards Exams and Test Dates
For more information on the ​College Board Exams and Test Dates​ please click the link provided.
➢ American College Test (ACT)
➢ PSAT/National Merit Scholastic Qualifying Test ➢ Advanced Placement Examinations
For more information on ​Transcripts​ please click the pink provided.
Plum High School provides students with two areas of tutoring:
1. Classroom teachers can tutor most days until approximately 2:50 p.m. The students must make arrangements with the teacher to ensure availability.
2. Peer tutors have been recommended by teachers to help students in a particular subject. To obtain a peer tutor, a student should speak with his/her counselor. Tutoring with a peer tutor can be arranged.
It is important to know that both of these services are free of charge. HARASSMENT ​Board Policy 248
The Board strives to provide a safe, positive learning climate for students in the schools. Therefore, it shall be the policy of the district to maintain an educational environment in which harassment in any form is not tolerated. The Board prohibits all forms of unlawful harassment of students by all district students and staff members, contracted individuals and vendors, and volunteers in the schools.
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