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Boosterthon "Camp High Five" Fundraiser has begun!

posted Sep 5, 2013, 10:34 AM by PTO Rennell
Boosterthon Fun Run
Rennell's Major Fundraiser of the Year!
 
 

The Boosterthon Fun Run program is a healthy alternative to traditional product sales that raises much-needed funds for our school and many others across America. The Boosterthon program also promotes three specific values during the fun-filled experience:  Fitness, Leadership, and Character.

This year’s character theme is CAMP HIGH FIVE, and it’s all about FRIENDSHIP! But not just developing the friendships students already have; it’s about viewing EVERYONE as a friend, no matter who they are, or how different they may first appear to be.

Boosterthon Fun Run Basics

The kicked off yesteray with a 30-minute school-wide Pep Rally and will conclude on September 13th with the Boosterthon Fun Run event.

Students will be getting pledges towards the number of laps they will run at the  Boosterthon Fun Run. Students will run between 30-35 laps. 35 is the lap max.

 Every student participates in the Fun Run, regardless of pledges raised, and receives a daily character sticker and access to Boosterthon character resources.

Enter your pledges at www.FUNRUN.COM.  Each student has his/her own safe and secure Boosterthon Fun Run webpage to log in pledges and watch character videos.  Sponsors will also have the ability to pay their pledges online.

 

The Boosterthon Fun Run team spends 300 hours organizing the event, freeing up our teachers and administrators to focus on education!

How Can You Support Rennell?

 

·         Connect your child to sponsors—friends & family—who can give a pledge.  (phone, e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

·         Come and cheer on your child at the Boosterthon Fun Run on September 13th!

·         Go to www.boosterthon.com to learn more about the Boosterthon Fun Run or connect at www.facebook.com/boosterthon 

 
 
Friends...
Respect Others
Don't Bully
Shout Out Strengths
Stick Together
Show Sportmanship
 
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