You Can Help!
The Plymouth School District is grateful for the support of its taxpayers. In an effort to keep the tax burden as low as possible while still providing a solid education, the district relies on other forms of community help as well.
There are many ways you can help your schools, from collecting box tops to supporting fundraisers to volunteering in the classroom to remembering the district in your will.
We encourage you to support your schools in as many ways as you can. Not only will the schools benefit from your generosity, but we are sure you will receive something valuable in return.
Soup Labels, Box Tops, etc.
You can help the schools just by eating stuff – and saving the required box tops, labels and caps – or by designating Plymouth schools to benefit from your use of merchant cards. learn more
Surplus craft and household supplies
Riverview Middle School welcomes unneeded supplies that can be used by students in upcoming class projects. Items needed include sewing supplies such as buttons and ribbon, crafting supplies such as pipe cleaners and googly eyes, household items such as foil and clothespins, artificial flowers, scrapbooking supplies, and paint and paintbrushes. learn more
The schools and their parent-teacher organizations coordinate a number of fundraisers to raise money for unmet needs such as field trips and technology in the classroom. learn more
Parents, grandparents and other community members are encouraged to volunteer their time in Plymouth schools, either on an ongoing basis or for a one-time event. learn more
The district gratefully accepts monetary donations from parents, grandparents, alumni, local businesses and others who wish to support the Plymouth schools. Donations can benefit a specific school, project, program or club. learn more
Plymouth Education Foundation
For 20 years the Plymouth Education Foundation has provided more than $400,000 in scholarships and grants to reward students and educators for their outstanding efforts in education. learn more