Trottier’s 2nd annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics – Feb 13

by Beth Melo on January 29, 2019

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Above: Trottier is again encouraging students to take a “quick dip” for a cause. (images cropped and edited from last year’s polar plunge album on smug mug)

For the second winter, Trottier Middle School is hosting a Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics.

In a few weeks, Special Olympics MA is bringing its pool back to the school. The fundraising site promotes:

Trottier Polar Plunge 2019 flyerFor the SECOND TIME, the brrrrrrave students of Trottier Middle School are taking the Plunge and raising funds for the athletes of Special Olympics Massachusetts.

We’ll be bringing the pool back in the parking lot on Wednesday, February 13th, for a quick dip after school. Whether you have plunged before or not, join us to experience this fun event!

But it’s not only students who will be making the leap. Based on last year’s event, expect to see some faculty, administration and even public safety personnel getting soaked.

There is a $25 registration fee for the fundraiser. Participants can register in person after school that day. But by signing up online in advance, jumpers can also use the site to set up a fundraising page for their plunge. (Some have already taken steps.)

The event takes place after school on Wednesday, February 13th in the parking lot: 

Registration opens immediately after school lets out at 2:30 pm and continues until 2:45 pm. Following registration will be a safety briefing. Plunge launches at 2:45 pm sharp! The entire event will wrap up in time for the late buses at 3:50 pm.

To sign up, learn more, or support a plunger, click here.

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