Abby Slawek '21, Emma Sandberg '21, Arya Venkat '21 share their thoughts on keeping a positive mindset, senior year and virtual learning in this article reprinted from the online school paper. Click here to read the latest issue of The Town Crier!
Are you the parent of a PW senior and a PW graduate yourself? The yearbook is featuring a PW Parent Grad Page. In order to be included, we will need the current student's name, your name (at the time of graduation), and your graduation year. We can build the rest from there. Please send to email@example.com by 12/4/20.
Information from the PW health screenings that were performed during the 9th grade orientation and picture day(s) is now available on the SNAP Health Portal. Click this announcement for additional information.
Join the Child Guidance Resource Center for a FREE virtual presentation on the subject of vaping and adolescents.
The December 5th SATs at PWHS have been cancelled. College Board will contact all registered students via email regarding refunds and other options.
Get to know the PW seniors, how AVID has helped them and their plans for the future!
The Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education is pleased to feature the following webinar opportunities designed for youth, families, and professionals in the areas of Employment, Family Engagement, Post-Secondary Education, Youth Engagement, and Social and Emotional Health.
In-person or virtual. Take Home Meals for hybrid learners and weekly Meal Packs for virtual learners must be ordered in advance. The free meals do not include extras/snacks/a la carte items.
UPDATE: Jamison and her partner bring home $22,000 in prizes for pitching their teen girls empowerment program, Girls Spark, in competition for young entrepreneurs. Click here to check out Girls Spark!
Plymouth Whitemarsh Morning announcements can be viewed here.
The 2020 Holiday Fund Drive is dedicated to helping students in need continue to connect to online classes and resources.
The week's "Feelings Friday" lesson included the book, A Little SPOT of Kindness!, and encouraged the children to make it a habit to be kind every day.
The group is creating a Colonial Family Cookbook. Families from all schools can submit recipes. Deadline: Dec. 31.
The PWHS senior received a Widener University High School Leadership Award, presented in partnership with WCAU-TV NBC10.
The artists created drawings with inspiring quotes and placed them around the community.
Next pick up is Wednesday, December 2, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Student shared pictures of family members, wore patriotic colors and were even visited by Veterans through Zoom.