We would like to thank all of the donors who contributed at the various levels of our fundraising campaign that kicked off our organization in January of 2016. Below are our "Founding Scholars Boosters" who contributed to the initial campaign. We plan to continue the organization in the fall. Registration packets will include a list of the various ways the Scholars Boosters funds have been used to advance programs and activities at school and a flat donation request level of $25.00 in which we hope all of our Scholars Academy parents will participate. We appreciate all of the families who contributed to PBIS student of the month prizes, who volunteered at "A Visit With Santa," and who plan to volunteer at the PBIS Reward Parties during the last week of school. Scroll down in the blog to see information about volunteering at the PBIS Reward Parties. Thank you to our Scholars Family!
The end of the school year is near and with that, finals week and its legendary reward parties for students with excellent attendance and grades. This year, the reward parties will include a movie and a snack bar with food and drinks available for purchase. The snack bar is a fundraiser for PBIS, and all food and drink will be $1. We are asking for your assistance with staffing the snack bar.
Below you can find a spreadsheet on which you can sign up. The days/dates and times are listed for each period. Teachers will be present during each period to monitor the students as well. We need 2 volunteers for each time slot. Feel free to invite/sign-up with a friend AND forward this opportunity on to others.
Thank you in advance for your support of the Scholars Academy students during finals week. Marcy Sizemore (email@example.com) will be in touch with final instructions next weekend.
Thank you for your ongoing support!
Scholars Boosters aim to contribute with volunteering, funding, and distributing information so that the school’s faculty, academics, extracurricular programs, and social events will grow and thrive for the benefit of all Scholars Academy students and Thomasville City Schools as a whole.