Kindergartner Marcelino Lindner, pictured here with a student from each classroom wearing their favorite hat, was diagnosed with Desmoid Fibromatosis this summer. With the support of staff members, students, and their families, as well as others in the Plymouth community, Webster was able to provide Marcelino’s family with over $1000 to use for his medical and travel expenses to receive care in Indianapolis and Bloomington.You can follow Marcelino’s progress and learn more on Facebook at Marcelino’s Story for Boo’s Buddies.
On the evening of November 1, 2013, from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., the Bio-Art students of the Weidner School of Inquiry@ PHS will be hosting a Cancer Awareness benefit evening.Students have prepared informational displays explaining 12 different types of cancer, their causes, as well as how they can be treated and prevented.In addition, there will be a silent auction of ceramic art work (plates, mugs, salts and pepper shakers, bowls, etc.) made by the students with all proceeds going to the Marshall County Cancer Association.
Get to the football game or play early that night and stop by the Weidner School of Inquiry @PHS to support a great cause!
Plymouth Community School Corporation has achieved Riley Corporation status through our schools’ participation in the Kids Caring and Sharing (KCS) program, a philanthropic partnership between the Riley Children’s Foundation and the Indiana Association of School Principals, in support of the children and families receiving care at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.During the 2012-2013 school year, 570 Indiana schools raised more than $1.3 million for Riley Hospital.To achieve Riley Corporation status, the corporation must secure participation from every corporation school or cumulatively raise at least $1 per enrolled student.