M Fundraising | Churchill News

Each year, every class at Churchill participates in its own fundraising project. By involving students in raising money for the school, we help them take ownership for school events. For example, in 1995, students helped the school raise money to renovate the climbing structure.

Fundraising projects can take many forms. They can be parent- and/or teacher-initiated and can take place any time during the school year. Often classes take part in the school skate-a-thon, for example. Other ideas are a class variety show or selling handmade items at our holiday craft sale.

Our fundraising guidelines and procedures are based on the values that make Churchill a supportive and cooperative place to learn. They reflect the thoughtful input of Churchill students, teachers, and parents. Our fundraising activities follow these guidelines:

Everyone in the Churchill community is encouraged to make suggestions for fundraising.

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