FALCON FUND RUN 2012. What is ASB?. ASB is a special part of every secondary school. It is the non-academic part which includes sports, activities, clubs, and cultural events.
Even though you know the people you are asking, use your best manners and say,
At my school, we are having a Fund Run to support our ASB activities.
Our students will be running laps to earn money for our school.
I’m hoping you will make a donation.
Any amount will be great: $5, $10, $20 or even more.
You can make checks out to Glover Middle School.
I will fill out the ticket and here is your receipt.
Falcon Fund Run
On October 5, our school will take part in the
Glover’s Falcon Fund Run.
This activity raises funds to support Glover’s ASB.
Student Name_________________ Teacher_________
Each packet has a cover like this one.
There are five tickets in each packet.
Your name and your advisory teacher’s name are on the cover.
All of your tickets are numbered.
Thank you for
Your pledge $____
Falcon Fund Run
You fill out a ticket as you take their check.
The sponsor is the person who is donating.
Include your name, sponsor’s name, and amount donated on the left side for Glover’s records.
Complete the small part on the right, tear it off and give it to the sponsor as their receipt.
When you are done collecting, bring your envelope, tickets, and ticket stubs to the business office BEFORE school and you are done!
We know you aren’t doing this for prizes but yes, there are prizes and everyone can win!
For each $10.00 pledge you bring in, your name will go into a raffle for gift cards from iTunes, Wal-Mart, and McDonald’s.
Bring in $200 and your names goes in 20 times.
We fill out the raffle tickets for you and get them in the drawing.
The students who collect the most donations invite their favorite teacher to a pizza party in October.
The students have the undivided attention of their admired teacher!
We’ll find out.
The grade collecting the most in pledges will earn bragging rights for the whole year.
Last year, the 7th graders collected more.
That means they beat the 8th graders.
This year…we’ll see!