Calvert and St. Elizabeth Schools
For the past three years, the 8th graders at Calvert School have participated in the Cool Schools Plunge, raising money for the Special Olympics of Maryland. These efforts are inspired by the Clark Family and Team Sutton. This year, the Calvert 7th grade student council will be joining the 8th grade, jumping into the Chesapeake Bay to raise money for the Special Olympics! More importantly, they will be buddying up with 16 kids from St. Elizabeth School, and plunging alongside them for the first time on 1/24 at Sandy Point State Park! This is a tradition we would love to continue in the years to come, as it is so meaningful to both typical and special needs kids.
St. Elizabeth is a special needs school and is just a mile from Calvert School serving children with multiple diagnoses and disabilities.
Each child must raise a total of $50 in order to Plunge - this is how you can help! We are hoping to support our students, raise awareness and build upon this great collaboration. If you are interested in sponsoring a St. Elizabeth or a Calvert student please click on their name on our Team Page to support their plunge!
Thank you so much for considering! This is a beautiful partnership, and we want to thank Oliver Clark, Calvert 7th grader, and his sister Sutton Clark, a sophomore at St. Elizabeth, for the inspiration and leadership!
Ali Clark, Jay Parker (Calvert), and Erin Upton (St. Elizabeth)
We are excited to be a part of the 2019 MSP Polar Bear Plunge! Our fundraising efforts will support the 7,782 athletes of Special Olympics Maryland. Make a donation today and help create a Maryland where opportunity is not limited by disability!