"He who is generous will be blessed, for he gives of his food to the poor."
Thank you to all who have helped us in taking care of the less fortunate in our community!
Plew Elementary families, Faculty and Staff raised over $2,000 to support the children at Plew over the weekends. Thank you to guidance counselor Mrs. McClaren and Principal McCallister for all that they do in supporting these students.
Plew service project:
Teaching children the importance of giving to others, whether time, money or energy, is one of the most valuable character traits in a child of god. the bible is filled with verses and examples of people of all ages helping others. we thank you Deanna cheatwood for creating this service project!
March 1: Mrs. Wendt's class chose harvesthands for their service project this year! her class
donated food and
packed the bags this week!
Plew 2nd graders donated goods-thank you students and parents!!
MRs. Leavins' kindergarten class donated food and packed the bags for their fellow plew schoolmates!
what we need:
Easy to prepare, non-perishable, kid friendly food! (No glass containers please!)
15 oz. cans or single serving of Ravioli, Beef Stew, Spaghetti, Spaghetti O's
Pop-top cans of soup, tuna and chicken
Peanut Butter and Jelly (no glass containers)
Applesauce and Fruit cups
Veggie cups or canned veggies
GoGo Squeeze Applesauce and Yogurt
Easy Mac N Cheese
Cereal Fun-Pak size
Snack Foods: crackers, chips, cookies, gummies, pretzels, etc.
Toothbrushes and toothpaste
Coats size 5t and up