1. INSTRUCT THE STUDENTS TO TURN IN MONEY TO THE FRONT OFFICE
Due to COVID-19 saftey procedures, money collection envelopes will NOT be picked up daily by a staff member. All money collection envelopes must be turned in to the MAIN OFFICE for proccessing. Make sure your students write their names on any money collection envelopes!
2. PRIZES WILL BE DROPPED OFF IN THE MAIN OFFICE
Prizes for the individual students will be sorted by student/teacher and delivered to the main office for distribution. Remember to check in with the front office to see if there are prizes to be distributed to your students for the day!
3. UPDATE YOUR GOAL METER DAILY!
Update your Pledge Meter based on the SCHOOL PLEDGE SITE totals for your classroom! Make sure you color your progress! Your pledge total is view-able from your school unique page.
Write these amounts on your reward meter, or choose your own amounts:
Choose FREE incentives to reward your students with when they achieve their goals.
-Movie Hour, Music Hour
-Movie Day, No Homework Night
-Technology Day, Crazy Hair Day
-Treat Day, Lunch In Classroom
-Free Time, Crazy Sock Day
-Pencil, Wiggle Party
-10 Minutes Extra Recess
4. EMAIL OR CLASS DOJO YOUR PARENTS DAILY!
Make sure you communicate with your parents about the things happening in your class. Possible top-ics are:
- Pledge Progress
- Next Pledge Meter incentive
- Encouraging message
- School Financial Goals
- Team Theme and Name
- Fun Moments
TALK ABOUT OUR FUNDRAISER!
- Remind your parents to reach out to sponsors.
- Celebrate students who get pledges
- Announce Pledge Meter progress and motivate next level
- Try and get a corporate sponsor or business to match your classroom total!
TEAM NAME & THEME
Having a Classroom (TEAM) theme can show your enthusiasm and add to the fun run experience. You can come up with grade level themes or Individual classroom themes. You can even dress up on fun run day by theme.
Coming up with a theme is not only fun for students, but it starts the conversation about the fundraiser at home with the parents. The more that the fund-raiser is talked about at home, the more donations roll in!