Nativity Catholic School’s Booster Club conducted its 3rd Annual Cougar-thon on Friday, February 24, 2017. The Cougar-thon was a fun-filled day that included a walk/run where students asked for donations, which will be used to help fund shade structures for the school’s big playground.
As a multi-year endeavor, the goal for this year’s Cougar-thon was to continue to raise the remaining funds needed to shade areas of the larger playground. Preston Eder - who raised the most in donations earned a Chick-fil-A lunch with Mr. Yevich, Coach Callaghan, and two friends, as well as received a $25 AMC gift card!
Top earning homerooms in PreK 3&4, K-2, 3-5 and 6-8th grades, will earn a themed dress down day - the theme will be chosen by the winning classes!
Mrs. Price's class, the class the highest donation amount received $100.00 toward classroom supplies.
This year, we have added individual incentives to help our efforts. Every student who raised $50.00 or more received a Dress Down Pass. Additionally, when a student reached $150.00 or more in donations, they received the Dress Down Pass and were entered in a raffle where they had a chance to win an iPad Mini. The winner was Samuel Ortmeier. Students who reached $300.00 or more in donations received the above mentioned awards, along with a Booster Club item of their choice.
Nativity remains committed to student health and safety and it’s because of the concerns raised by parents of the student body that the Booster Club took on this important project. Understanding that this is a costly project, your support in making our 3rd Annual Cougar-thon a success is greatly appreciated!