Jim Condon Day

Staff Writer

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter proclaimed on December 10 that Dec. 11, is "Jim Condon Day" for the City of Plymouth.
Announcement of the proclamation came as a total surprise to Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon, Superintendent Dan Tyree and other Plymouth Community School Corporation staff members who were gathered at the Red Rock Café, inside Plymouth High School Wednesday evening.
At the time of the announcement, many PCSC staff members and community members and leaders, including Mayor Senter, were gathered for a reception for Mr. Condon to celebrate his recent recognition as the IASP, (Indiana Association of School Principals) High School Principal of the Year for the State of Indiana. (Reference: http://www.iasp.org/principal-programs/principal-of-the-year/)
In honor of Mayor Senter declaring December 11th as "Jim Condon Day" for Plymouth, Assistant Principal Kyle Coffman has placed a photo of Mr. Condon in all PHS staff members’ mailboxes. To honor this special day for PHS and Mr. Condon, Coffman asked staff members via email to hang the photo on their classroom or office doors.
Plymouth High School staff members can be seen wearing any of the following game day attire at school today, to celebrate and show their support of “Jim Condon Day”: PHS, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bears, or Purdue attire, all which are Mr. Condon’s favorite teams.