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Officers and school staff members surprised two student with new bicycles and helmets on the last day of school.
Even during remote learning, we still encourage families to apply for free/reduced price school meals. Those that qualify may receive further economic relief in the form of a Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT), a benefit introduced through the Family's First Coronavirus Response Act. This P-EBT card contains a specified amount of funds that can be utilized for grocery purchases. Children who are approved for free/reduced price meals now will remain eligible for at least the first 30 operating days of the new school year.
Families who qualify will be eligible for a one-time payment to assist them in meeting basic needs. Click here for more information.
What does your child need for the fall? Review immunization requirements, grade-level physical and dental exams, a link for a new medication dispensing form and more.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School is in its third year with The Philly Sound Exchange, where students discuss diversity and equity while creating music together. Click here to watch the recent news story!
The Golf Team and Tennis Team began their seasons on September 8. Most other PWHS fall sports teams will start interscholastic competition the week of September 21.
The two PWHS seniors will vie for scholarships worth more than $30 million.
Class of 2020 graduates Fatima Al-Sammak and Anastasia Cwietniewicz were among 122 Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students named Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars by the College Board. Al-Sammak and Cwietniewicz were recognized as AP National Scholars.
In order to ensure enough meals are prepared and the pick-up lines keep moving, the District is asking families to pre-order their meals.
Mr. Gerald James will begin working in the District on September 21.