READING RODEO 2019

Welcome to the 2019 Reading Rodeo!  Pledging student support is easier than ever this year, just follow the link below to pledge for your selected students.  You will be able to choose either a lump sum donation or a per page pledge.  Per page pledges are only for pages read by the student(s) you select.  If you choose to make a per page pledge, please remember to indicate any maximum cap in the comments section (E.g. “Cap my pledge at $1,000"). This event is held over a period of two weeks.  Anyone making a per page pledge will receive an email at the end of the Rodeo, in mid-February, notifying them of exactly how many pages were logged by the individual students they pledged to support.  They will then be directed back to this link for their donation.
 
Everyone at Jackson Hole Classical Academy is grateful for your support.  The Reading Rodeo is a wonderful event that seeks to instill and enhance a culture of reading within our families.  Students have the opportunity to assume a leadership role while they use this service project to help their school.  As they log their many hours of reading, they will see their effort manifest itself not only in enhanced reading proficiency, but also school improvements.  
 
All donations go directly to academic program development.  In adition, the Friess family will be matching every donation. All questions or comments can be directed to Mr. Walker at dwalker@jhclassical.org.


Please select the "Pledge Now" link to be redirected to the pledge page.


 

Contact

Jackson Hole Classical Academy
P.O. Box 7466
Jackson, WY 83002
 
Enrollment Inquiries:
Polly Friess
(307) 690-8396
 
All Other Inquiries:
School Office
(307) 201-5040






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