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BOOSTERTHON

Boosterthon is Eagle View's biggest fundraiser of the year and its back this year with a super cool indoor Glow Run on November 16th! Students will run around gym for a set amount of time, exercising, dancing, and having fun under colored lights while raising money for our school. Help us reach our goal of $38,000, or about $60 per student and 90% student registration on our Booster.com site.

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WHAT IS BOOSTERTHON?

Our annual Boosterthon fundraiser is the largest and most important fundraiser at our school. By collecting pledges from family and friends across the world, you are supporting the entire Eagle View community.

Our school goal is to raise $38,000 for technology upgrades and educational programs. Students can win prizes for collecting pledges which will be delivered daily to their classrooms.

All students will participate in the Glow Run event on November 16, regardless of financial participation.

Booster vendor information can be found here.

For questions, please email the PTA President or the VP of Fundraising.

REGISTRATION & PLEDGING

Even if you are unable to make a pledge, please register your student so you can quickly and easily share your child’s pledge page with anyone who is able to pledge. Every Share Counts!

Help us achieve our goal of 90% student registration.

Go to mybooster.com, log in or create an account, search for Eagle View Glow Run, and register your student(s). Then copy their fundraising page and share it with others. Need Help Registering? Click here.

Pledging is super simple! Donors can choose to pledge a flat-rate (for example, $35) or a per-lap amount (for example $1 per lap completed). This year, in order keep the flow of the event going during the Fun Run, each student will automatically be assessed 35 laps. What does this mean? If a donor chooses to pledge $1/lap, the total donation will equal $35.

After entering a pledge, search to see if your employer will match your pledged donation. Follow the additional information to have your donation matched. 

Check to see if your company allows corporate matching here.

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THIS YEAR'S GOAL

Our goal is to raise $38,000 for school technology upgrades, educational programs, and other teacher and classroom support, specifically:

  • New overhead projectors

  • Talent Showcase

  • Spelling Bee

  • Literacy Week

  • STEM Week

  • Campus Beautification

  • Teacher Appreciation and Teacher Classroom Needs

  • Field Trips

DAILY LESSONS & NIGHTLY CHALLENGES

This year’s Booster theme is WORLD CHANGER WORKSHOP!

Every day, students will view and learn character lessons during their daily news shows.

  • Program Day 1 – Find a Need

  • Program Day 2 – Write a Plan

  • Program Day 3 – Rally a Team

  • Program Day 4 – Launch it Now

  • Program Day 5 – Grit it Out

  • Program Day 6 – Resolution

Each night of the event we will have a nightly challenge plus a weekend challenge where students can win a bonus prize. 

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FITNESS REWARDS

Students earn prizes at various levels of support. Just by logging on and registering they receive a reward and five entries into the Booster Sweepstakes.

In addition to the prizes, this year there is a change to win a Disney Family Vacation in the Booster Dream Vacation Sweepstakes by completing tasks in your student’s dashboard.

For more information on Fitness Rewards, click here.

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GLOW RUN DAY!

Everything leads up to the Glow Run on November 16th during school hours.

Held in the school gym, the Boosterthon Glow Run event is a high-energy day, full of enthusiasm from students, teachers, and our PTA team members. Each grade assembles on the track and has a blast running laps while parents and teachers cheer them on, wave homemade signs, and snap pictures.

That's right - parents are invited too!

Upbeat music plays continuously through the speakers keeping students laughing in a conga line, whipping lassos around their heads, driving a racecar, or racing a cheering adult. Our goal is to provide an enjoyable experience that builds community and school culture, while including fitness in the students’ school day. We recommend the students wear white and neon colors so they can glow under the black lights!

A printable version of the run schedule is forthcoming.

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