Join the Fun!! WES is celebrating the Super Bowl with SPIRIT WEEK!
Whitemarsh Elementary School
It is "Soup"er Bowl Can Food Drive time again!
School Nurses wish to provide some helpful information regarding head lice.
Check here for the lunch menu for the week.
The Ronald McDonald House Read for the House!! Help our students reach their goals.
Stock up and help earn money for the WES PTO.
REMEMBER - Any time a student is absent an Absence Note is required.
Using these forms is the fastest and most efficient way to let us know about dismissal changes, late arrivals and absences.
Here are all of the links you will need to report your student Absent, Late or Leaving Early.
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.
Donations made at GIANT Food Stores will support the District's efforts to feed students.
The musicians performed in a concert held at Springfield Township High School.
After playing basketball together much of their lives from township teams to high school, the players earned their 1,000th point within two weeks of each other.
Teams from Colonial Middle School and Plymouth Whitemarsh High School competed with hundreds of other students in events featuring their STEAM projects.
More than 20 PWHS musicians were inducted at a recent evening ceremony. The chapter gives members performance and community service opportunities.
Show your appreciation for a favorite teacher or other staff member! For a $5 or more donation, your honoree will receive a personalized certificate and funds raised go toward Teacher Grants! Click here to donate.
See the video of the Colonial Middle School band, orchestra, and chorus performing Fly Eagles Fly.
New state guidelines enable school districts to offer virtual instruction when holding school in person may be difficult due to inclement weather or other emergencies.
Before the science classes could study new weather information, eighth grader Zachary Keane needed to design a new part.
Students in the Autistic Support program learned from a local barber and firefighter about the helpful roles they play in the community.
Artists at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School and Colonial Middle School are getting to know each through their artwork.