Holiday Spirit 2019

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Schools embrace giving spirit

Posted December 16, 2019
Updated December 19, 2019
Updated January 6, 2020

Plymouth School District schools, staff, students, and families have taken time recently to help others. Here are some examples of their generosity!

Elementary Schools

  • Parkview collected donations for the Plymouth Food Pantry.

Riverview Middle School

  • Students and families donated items to be shipped to the military.

Plymouth High School

  • National Honor Society conducted its 25th annual Food Drive from Dec. 9 to 17, collecting the equivalent of 6,957 food items. NHS also will give the Plymouth Food Pantry a check for $2,159 and Safe Harbor one for $500. In addition to donations collected first period, admission to the boys basketball game Dec. 13 and the girls basketball game Dec. 17 was two food items or $5 for the food drive. During the past 25 years, PHS has raised the equivalent of 293,476 food items!
  • NHS also had a giving tree through which staff and students donated toys and supplies for various county charities.
  • The Plymouth vs Sheboygan Falls basketball games on Nov. 30 featured a special 50/50 raffle that raised $710 for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
  • PHS Student Council donated $300 and shopped for a Plymouth School District family. Shelly Zimmerman and Tammy Kulow in the PHS office wrapped the gifts.
  • FFA members made snacks Dec. 6 for the families staying visited Ronald McDonald House in Milwaukee.
  • Peers for Peers students Ethan Joseph, Lizzie Riley, Dylan Ernst and Jordyn Anderson volunteered to do singing Candy Canes and raised $237 for the family of a student battling cancer.
  • PHS teachers and staff members provided donations to purchase gift cards and supplies for families in need.

Learn more:
• Explore the Community Engagement section of our District Report Card to learn more about how our students give back to the community.