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PlumIs - April 2020

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Welcome to Plum Borough School District's newsletter, PlumIS. This publication will bring you a bit closer to each of our buildings, highlighting the numerous positive stories that are happening all across the District. We hope you enjoy reading every issue as much as we do creating each issue for you.
So each month, keep an eye out for the latest issue of PlumIS. It's an exciting time for our District. Let's all enjoy it together! 

Plum Borough School District

The Power of Plum

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across the globe. From the closing of government agencies, businesses, and non-profit organizations to the separation of families and friends and the loss of community members, we are all experiencing some form of uncertainty. Although hopeful strategies have been put into place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, lives have been disrupted and it will require us to search for a new definition of normal. More +

Kacie Persia National History Day 2020

Senior Writes Her Way to the PA State Competition

Kacie Persia, a senior at Plum Senior High, has placed first in the senior historical papers category for the 2020 National History Day competition sponsored by the Senator John Heinz History Center. The theme this year is Breaking Barriers in History. More +

Oblock Junior High Pittsburgh CLO Award

Oblock Teacher Nominated for a Hopeful Second Win

For the second year in a row, the Oblock Junior High Art Department was nominated for the Charles Gray Award in recognition of their commitment to arts education. More +

101 DalmatiansKIDS Plum

Holiday Park's 101 DalmatiansKIDS Dominate the Stage

Holiday Park Elementary drama students presented 101 DalmatiansKIDS, a 30-minute adaptation of Disney’s animated film, 101 Dalmatians, in early March. It was a night full of energy and excitement as fourth- and fifth-grade students shared their hard work and talent with the community. More +


Food Services Says No Child Goes Hungry

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), hungry students are more likely to earn lower grades, have higher rates of absenteeism, repeat a grade, and lose focus when compared to other students. The Plum Borough School District addresses this disparity by providing grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches for students and the community. More +

NAMM Plum voted Best Communities for Music Education

Plum Fine Arts Wins National Music Award

Plum Borough School District has been named to the list of "Best Communities for Music Education," a prestigious designation from the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation. More +
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