Our ENE Panthers are ready to read to raise funds to support programs for students! The challenge is for each student to reach their grade level reading goal during our Read-a-thon and raise at least $25.
By giving, you are helping to raise young readers and raise funds for important programs such as: Excellence Awards, Family Events, Reading Counts and Room Boost (classroom supplies).
Our students did an outstanding job with our recent chocolate sale, which got us halfway to our annual fundraising goal. Now we’re gonna step to it with our Walk-a-thon on October 4, 2019 and reach 100%!
Students will receive credit for the online donation when their name(s) is entered in the ‘Sponsored Student’ field. If more than one student is listed, the donation will be split evenly between them. You will receive regular updates through October 10 on the total amount of online donations credited to your student so you know how much they’ve raised. *The company we are using for this includes a ‘tip option’ on the donation page. Feel free to select ‘No Tip’ from the drop down menu.
Donations can also be collected in person.
100% of the money raised will directly benefit our students through programs such as: AR/Tin Caps Reading Programs, Classroom Support, Family Events, Field Trip transportation and Field Day.
All money collected is due BY October 11, 2019. Students will only be eligible for prizes if all their money is turned in by the 11th.
Our students are excited and ready to step to it! Thank you for your support in helping us reach our goal.
Please contact us in the school office with any questions.
Please consider taking the survey linked below by March 31, 2019, to provide guidance related to eLearning at Eastbrook Community Schools Corporation. Currently, ECSC uses eLearning for scheduled professional development opportunities for our staff and scheduled weather make-up days. The district is assessing the effectiveness and usage of calling eLearning days on the same day due to weather.
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