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Plymouth Elementary School
It may be January, but we're looking ahead to the warmer weather and our favorite ADULTS ONLY event of the year!
Read for the House is a service-learning project for children of any age that raises funds to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philadelphia Region. This is the 8th year that PE will participate in this project. In addition to helping families, the program promotes the value of community service and encourages reading! Sign-up and be part of our school's team and get ready to read all month long.
Sign up in advance to attend the parties.
Get a head start on the 2023-2024 school year with a free two-week program in August that focuses on reading and math! Registration is due April 14.
Current Colonial School District students entering grades 1-6 in September can head into summer with a free four-day program of robots, coding, and circuits! Spots are limited. Register today!
Donations made at GIANT Food Stores will support the District's efforts to feed students.
Hire Main Line Junk Removal and they will donate 10 percent back to support the district.
School Nurses wish to provide some helpful information regarding head lice.
"Step into Our World of Reading will be presented by Conshohocken Electric Force Track Club and the Live and Direct Step Team.
Students from ten schools, including CMS, will gather to perform together in one large concert on Friday, January 27. Tickets are available at the door.
Second-graders programmed their Dash robots to cheer for the Philadelphia Eagles and push footballs as part of a technology lesson.
Each class formed a Chinese dancing dragon and paraded through the school, wishing their friends and teachers “Gung hay fat choy!”
Students, faculty, staff, and families shared kind messages in a festive gathering to kick off the Great Kindness Challenge.
The students prevailed in the friendly competition that helped them prepare for matches coming up soon.
The lacrosse player says his high school experiences have prepared him well for college-level competition.
Congratulations to Zakhar Paulousky, who was selected from more than 500 auditionees to participate.
Student-led assembly introduces week-long national celebration of kindness.
PWHS Varsity Cheerleaders earned a bid to the event after their performance at the PIAA District I competition.
The tasty assignment involved stacking Oreos to visually represent the different types of triads.