Throughout Colonial School District, students and staff find ways to make differences in our classrooms, schools and community.
Their acts help Colonial serve as a warm and welcoming place where children feel safe and comfortable while learning their academics -- as well as providing opportunities for students to learn how to contribute to the greater good.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students in the IB Class of 2025 cohort organized and ran the February event.
Leo Pluschke donated the items as part of his 100-Day Project for Mrs. McMahon's class.
For February, the fifth graders made care bags and promotional materials to kick off the Meals-4-Kids food drive.
Plymouth Elementary raised $1,845 for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Students collected art supplies to give domestic abuse victims a creative outlet.
The students, who are part of the International Baccalaureate Career Programme (IBCP), raised the money through a volleyball tournament.
The NJHS set a goal of bringing in 250 items to help wrap presents collected for Colonial children in need.
Read more about the DECA club's visit to Cradles to Crayons in this story by PWHS junior Bailey Kassis.
WES Serves has provided Thanksgiving food boxes to the community for 20+ years.
The children made 600+ snack bags for The Giving Tree and Giant Food Stores' Eliminating Hunger Campaign.
One morning each month, third graders arrive at school an hour early to do good things for other people.
The school has raised over $125,000 for blood cancer awareness since starting the Color Run in 2015.
Student athletes take time off the field to serve the community.
More than 270 students spent the night taking part in activities to stay active and awake, while raising money for a good cause.
The Plymouth Elementary third graders painted flower pots, planted seeds, and got to know the seniors better.