Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! Here new and returning families will find the resources they need for the start of school.

Important forms:

Your child’s end-of-day plans — Tell us how your child will get home after school. Due Monday, 8/31.

PMFS online directory — Update your email address, phone number, etc. so we can reach you.

  • If you’ve used the PMFS online directory before, follow this link to check your family’s info is up to date. (Click the “household” tab)
  • If you’re a new user of the PMFS online directory, check your email (and spam folder!) for the official-looking subject line “Plymouth Meeting Friends School: Confirm your email.” You’ll be able to log in after you create an account. Missing the email? Let Maeve know at office@pmfs1780.org.
  • This is also where you’ll go to get contact info for fellow parents and community members until the hard copy of the directory (Redbook) comes out.

Clearances you’ll need before you can volunteer — All 2020-2021 field trips and overnight class trips will be suspended until further notice. We will explore and create opportunities for community building and virtual field trips and excursions for students throughout the year. But you can get your clearances ready for when things get back to normal. After you click this link, go to the green “Clearances” section.

Medical forms:

All the medical forms you might need are in the Health & Medical Forms section of this page. Note: All students must provide the school with proof of up-to-date vaccinations, or risk exclusion from school 2 months after the first day of school (extended from 6 days for the 20-21 school year).

Everyone should consider filling out this one: 

Permission for PMFS to administer over-the-counter medication –We’ll always call to check with you first, but it’s good to have the option for your sweetie to get antibiotic ointment, cough drops, pain meds, etc.

What’s happening:

Welcome letter from Head of School Brenda Crawley

At-a-glance 2020-2021 calendar

PTO welcome letter

A graduation speech from the class of 2020