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Walk-A-Thon FYI

Dear Parent/ Guardian,

Over the past month our Frost community has been working hard on raising money for our second annual Walk-A-Thon which will benefit The Almost Home Foundation for animals. The actual Walk-A-Thon will take place on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Below, please find a few reminders for the day of the Walk-A-Thon:

  • Send your student to school with a sack lunch. They will be provided with a water bottle courtesy of the Schaumburg AM Rotary Club, and will be able to carry their water bottle with them during the Walk-A-Thon. ¬†We will be eating lunch from 10:00am-11:30am. During lunch the students may purchase popsicles for $1 will all proceeds going towards the The Almost Home Foundation. Please send your student with money if they would like a popsicle and to donate money towards the foundation.
  • Make sure that your student is dressed for the weather; dressing in layers would be best. They should wear comfortable shoes for walking, comfortable clothes for participating in activities and bring sunscreen, bug spray and sunglasses/ hat as needed. We will be outside for most of the morning and we want to make sure they are prepared to be comfortable.
  • During the Walk-A-Thon there will be a dunk tank to raise money for The Almost Home Foundation. The students will be able to purchase two throws at the dunk tank for $1. In the dunk tank will be some of our brave staff members who are doing all they can to help our Walk-A-Thon be successful. Please send your student with money if they would like to participate and donate money towards the charity.
  • On Tuesday, May 28, 2019 your student will receive their Walk-A-Thon t-shirt. Please encourage them to wear their t-shirt on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 which is the day of the Walk-A-Thon!

We thank you for your support of our first annual Walk-A-Thon. We hope that this event is a positive, memorable experience for your student. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Front Office at 847-357-6800.

Thank you,

M. Scott Ross