Volunteers can really make a big difference in the educational experience for our students. From helping out in the classroom, supervising a field trip, to reading with students, volunteers are welcome and appreciated at all of our schools. And whether you’re interested in a one-time, one-hour project or an ongoing opportunity, we can find something for you!
To ensure that everyone has access to the resources they need, a new resource activated nationwide during the summer of 2022, is the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
The Lifeline provides 24/7 free, confidential support to people in distress; prevention, and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Call or text 988 or chat at 988lifeline.org/chat.
The St. Helens School District is pleased to announce that Ron Hernley will be transferring to Plymouth High School as the new full-time administrator, and will begin his role on July 1, 2022. Mr. Hernley will be responsible for the overall management of Plymouth High School as well as overseeing the St. Helens Virtual Academy.
Mr. Hernley will be supported by district administrators, Matt Doyle and Ted Zehr, as they work together during this transition to assess the needs, mission, and vision of Plymouth High School and the St. Helens Virtual Academy.
When asked about his new role in the St. Helens School District, Ron stated. “I am excited and happy to share the news of my new role with staff. While I have much to learn and appreciate all of the years of work and history at our options high school, it is also an awesome opportunity to move forward in this unique time of change and evolution for the program, kids, and families. I cannot say enough positives about my time at St. Helens High School, or of all the amazingly great people with whom I have worked with over the years. I can say that as we all move forward, and away from Covid and its impact, this is an incredibly opportunistic time for growth and development throughout our school district as we all place our Feet Forward!”
Please join us in congratulating Ron Hernley on his new role as the full-time administrator at Plymouth High School and the St. Helens Virtual Academy.