Aikin Elementary Students start Fundraiser with Big Kahuna
The Aikin Parent Association (APA) kicked off the Big Kahuna Fundraiser on Thursday, September 1st with student assemblies. Each student took home a packet with instructions for in-person fundraising and registering online, enabling them to send emails to family and friends. Each catalog includes wrapping paper, kitchen tools, cookie dough, sweet treats, and much more. There is a donation option available both online and on the order forms.
Sales will be open Sept. 1-20 on the order forms, and the online store will remain open until September 27th. Students earn a prize for every ticket that they turn in. Each student who sells 15 items will get to take a ride with schoolmates on the Monster Party Bus and enjoy a snow cone.
All APA fundraisers raise money to be used on their expenses, including student enrichment, science camp, art classes, the library, teacher appreciation, campus gardens and beautification, and a 4th grade end-of-year party.
“The Big Kahuna Fundraiser is a wonderful opportunity for our students to be a part of raising money for the great ways APA supports Aikin,” said APA President Maggie Kerby. “We are thrilled to offer a new option for fundraising that offers lots of fun incentives for our students.”
Photo: Aikin students pictured left to right: Front row – Jaxon Sisson., Lillain Kyle, Evalynn Brazelton, and Jett Cass; Back row – Julian Cortez, Rhythm Prince, Kailyn Robinson, and Jeremiah Tingle