Roosevelt School District

On behalf of the Governing Board and the Superintendent of the Roosevelt School District No. 66, … we wish thank for the generous donation of assorted pretzel rods estimated at $4000.00. The donation will be used towards the grab and go meals for RSD families.

Your generosity will help support all Roosevelt School students and families during the meal events.

We appreciate your donation and thank you for providing our district with this opportunity in preparing every student for success.

Sincerely,
Dr. Quintin Boyce, Superintendent
Mr. Lawrence Robinson, Governing Board President

Trevor Brown High School Choir

Thank you for everything that you have done for the TGB Choir students over the past five years. You made so many of their incredible and unique opportunities possible. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!

Nick
Trevor Brown HS Choir

Student Activities

… [T]he fortune cookies were a hit! I shared your flyers with all the clubs; some of them will contact you soon for fundraising purposes.

Respectfully,
J. Andres “Andy” Espinoza, M.Ed.
Student Activities Manager

Lafe Nelson

I am so impressed with how well the pretzel rods are selling.  As you said, once they eat it, they want another. 

Belinda B.
Lafe Nelson

High School Student Council

The pretzels were a hit and gave my club some selling experience!

Thank you so much. I will be sure contact you again for our next fundraisers.

Best regards,

D. Crabtree

Roosevelt Elementary

You’ve always been so positive and understanding of our PTO team, school staff and students. Thank you.

Julie C.
Roosevelt Elementary

Silly String Celebration

Over 100 students participated in silly stringing the principal after selling $30,000.00 in chocolate bars.

Conference Surprises

Cindy is presented an award by officials from CherrydaleCindy Basile, your Grand Canyon Fundraising representative, was recently recognized as a 2018 winner at the National Cherrydale Conference: Top sales for Candy Cane Holiday Shoppe and Top Ten overall sales for Cherrydale.