4th Annual Monster Mash: Sponsorship Deadline EXTENDED, Thursday, September 18th

We'd love to make this the BIGGEST fundraiser EVER and we need your help and support!!! This funds all of our fun activities, family events, year end carnival, teacher/staff appreciation, emergency kits and much, much more. 

The Parent Council is thrilled to announce that our 4th Annual Monster Mash will be held on Friday, October 3rd.  The Monster Mash is an event where all students will dash or dance with our fabulous, high energy DJ outside in back of the school. For sponsorships, please consider a FLAT DONATION for your student’s participation. Grandparents, neighbors, friends, and businesses are encouraged to contribute.  All students who contribute $25.00 or more in sponsorships will get their name printed on the back of the Monster Mash T-Shirt and can wear it for the entire day.  To make it some personalized, we are allowing the students to choose a nickname or a monster/superhero name to have printed on the shirts. All other students will be required to be in school uniform. Businesses may have their corporate logo on the shirt for a sponsorship of $100.00The grade with the most participation will be rewarded with a special prize! 

Our goal is to get everyone’s help and support to make this the BIGGEST Parent Council fundraiser we have ever had!  It's important to note that Monticello Academy does not want our students to solicit support door to door. And, regardless of the sponsorships collected, ALL students are allowed and expected to participate. The money raised will be put towards activities, field trips, teacher appreciation, emergency supplies for each student, and other events sponsored by the Parent Council.

We will have a table outside the office prior to school starting on Thursday, September 18th to collect your sponsorships and guarantee that your student's name is printed on the T-shirt. You can also turn in your completed sponsorship form and donation to the office in advance. Please encourage your student to participate and provide him/her with the opportunity to earn a sponsorship donation. This is a great opportunity to teach our students the value of working towards a goal. Thank you in advance for your generous support. 

If you have any questions whatsoever, please feel free to email parent.council@monticelloacademy.net



Last Updated: 09/11/2014
Road to Success - Reading Program

READ EVERY DAY for the Road to Success program!

  • MONTICELLO ACADEMY is excited to be part of the Road to Success program for the 8th year!
  • Encourage your child to Read Every Day!
    • The website is rtsutah.com
    • All students have been registered and have an assigned username and pin.
    • Please write down the assigned Username as this Username along with the PIN# is how your student will login to track reading time. Contact your child’s Language Arts teacher for their username and pin.
  • Students are eligible to be entered weekly for a Grand Prize Drawings that occurs every 8 weeks.  If they read 7 days they get 2 entries, if they read 5 days they get 1 entry.   The more your student reads, the better their chance of winning a Grand Prize! 
  • Four (4) Grand Prizes will be given away.  At the end of each 8-week period, a winning student will have the choice of either a bicycle or iPod Shuffle or scooter!
  • Students who reach reading goals will be able to choose prizes from the school’s Treasure Chest.
  • To learn more visit RTSUTAH.com and click on the “Parent” and “Information” tabs. 

The contest BEGINS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH. Minutes entered before the 14th will not be used for prizes or drawings.

ALL MINUTES FOR THE PREVIOUS WEEK MUST BE ENTERED BY TUESDAY OF THE FOLLOWING WEEK. MINUTES ADDED AFTER TUESDAY WILL NOT BE USED FOR PRIZES OR DRAWINGS!                    



Last Updated: 09/11/2014
Monster Mash Sponsorships Due September 12

4th Annual Monster Mash: Sponsorship Deadline – Friday, September 12th

The Parent Council is thrilled to announce that our 4th Annual Monster Mash will be held on Friday, October 3rd.  The Monster Mash is an event where all students will dash or dance with our fabulous, high energy DJ outside in back of the school. For sponsorships, please consider a FLAT DONATION for your student’s participation. Grandparents, neighbors, friends, and businesses are encouraged to contribute.  All students who contribute $25.00 or more in sponsorships will get their name printed on the back of the Monster Mash T-Shirt and can wear it for the entire day.  To make it some personalized, we are allowing the students to choose a nickname or a monster/superhero name to have printed on the shirts. All other students will be required to be in school uniform. Businesses may have their corporate logo on the shirt for a sponsorship of $100.00The grade with the most participation will be rewarded with a special prize! 

Our goal is to get everyone’s help and support to make this the BIGGEST Parent Council fundraiser we have ever had!  It's important to note that Monticello Academy does not want our students to solicit support door to door. And, regardless of the sponsorships collected, ALL students are allowed and expected to participate. The money raised will be put towards activities, field trips, teacher appreciation, emergency supplies for each student, and other events sponsored by the Parent Council.

We will have a table outside the office prior to school starting on Friday, September 12th to collect your sponsorships and guarantee that your student's name is printed on the T-shirt. You can also turn in your completed sponsorship form and donation to the office in advance. Please encourage your student to participate and provide him/her with the opportunity to earn a sponsorship donation. This is a great opportunity to teach our students the value of working towards a goal. Thank you in advance for your generous support. 

If you have any questions whatsoever, please feel free to email parent.council@monticelloacademy.net



Last Updated: 09/03/2014
Notices
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