Students at South River High are gearing up to take the plunge on Friday and they are making a big impact—the SnoHawks currently lead all schools in fundraising for the Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge.
Students from Arundel High, who have historically raised the most among local schools, aren't too far behind.
More than at Sandy Point State Park on Saturday and raised more $2 million. Students at Anne Arundel County Schools will plunge on Friday.
Arundel High School has in recent years been tops among area schools when it comes to donations for the plunge. However, South River currently leads area schools having raised $33,065 in donations so far. Arundel has brought in $28,390.
According to the school’s website, South River’s goal for donations was $25,000, which they have surpassed. Students have held fundraisers at Menchie’s in Annapolis among other places to help reach their goal.
The SnoHawks will officially plunge on Friday at Sandy Point State Park.
For more information on the results 17th annual MSP Polar Bear Plunge visit Anne Arundel Patch or click here.