Ridge Park will be having a second curbside pick up for additional student learning materials sometime in the next week or two. Communication will be sent to families when dates and times are determined.
Ridge Park Elementary School
Show your Ridge Park pride. Spirit wear is on sale. New merchandise! New Logo! A portion of all sales benefit Ridge Park PTO. Deadline to order is September 29.
The Parent Teacher Organization wants to welcome all of our new families as well as welcome back our returning families to Ridge Park. Our PTO is made up of YOU (the parents), the teachers and the principal, Ms. Carr. Though this year is proving to be unlike any other, we plan to support our teachers and our wonderful school in any way possible.
Our counselor, Mrs. Mayson, offers some thoughts on how to help support your child as you both return to school.
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Daily attendance will be taken between 9:10 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. during morning meeting. If your child joins their Zoom meeting after 9:30 a.m., you will receive the automated call for absence from the school. We will correct the absence and mark it a tardy if your child joins later. If you know ahead of time that your child will be joining late, it would be helpful if you notified the teacher.
Virtual School is in session Monday through Friday, 9:10 am to 3:15 pm. For holidays, early dismissals, etc. that would alter this schedule, please refer to the calendar located on the District website.
Yearbook Committee needs your help. We are looking for photos from those first virtual days to commemorate the new school year.
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.