Friday, December 6, 2019
Drexel University, Recreation Center
3301 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Cool Schools Plunge:
9:00am – 12:00pm
The Cool School Plunge is a friendly competition between high schools in the Philadelphia area. Students and staff are encouraged to create a team of “Plungers” and join the coolest event around! Your school’s team should work together to recruit as many participants as possible, while raising money and awareness for Special Olympic athletes – including those in your own school!
Schools attending this plunge include: Abraham Lincoln High School, Audenreid Charter, Frankford High School, Furness High School, George Washington High School, High School of the Future, Northeast High School, Parkway West High School, Philadelphia Academy Charter School, and Universal Daroff.
*Please note that the locker rooms are also used by Drexel University students and staff. We encourage you to keep your belongings with you and leave them with a friend while you plunge. There are day-of lockers available at a first-come, first-serve basis that you are welcome to use. Special Olympics PA - Philadelphia and Drexel University are not responsible for any items left unattended in the locker rooms.
Cool Schools: Philly Suburban Plunge
Due to capacity constraints, the Philadelphia Polar Plunge will be holding a separate plunge for those schools outside of the Philadelphia region on Friday, December 7th from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at Souderton Area High School.
Schools attending this plunge include: Cheltenham High School, Lansdale Catholic, North Penn High School, Strath Haven High School, Sun Valley, and Souderton Area High School.
Students: For the registration link, please ask your teacher/advisor. Teachers/Advisors: For the registration link, please contact Eric Cushing or Mike Bovino.
Now that you are ready to take the Plunge, you must:
Roles & Responsibilities for the Team Captain:
How Your School Can Make a Splash!
Generate buzz for your Cool School:
Host a team fundraising event:
Remember you will be “FREEZIN’ for a REASON”
The plunge is open to the public and all spectators are welcome free of charge.