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2016 Lee’s Summit Major Saver Campaign
The Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation is once again offering Major Saver cards for sale through the Lee’s Summit elementary schools. Students will receive the sales packets starting Monday, February 1st. Students will be selling the $15 discount cards until Tuesday, February 16th. Proceeds from the sale of Major Saver cards directly support the participating schools and the activities of the Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation. Last year, the Foundation and schools raised over $100,700 through the sale of the Major Saver cards.
The 2016 participating restaurants/establishments include: Dental Arts, Sky Zone, Price Chopper, Noodles & Co., Summit Grill & Bar, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Pizza Shoppe, Sonic, 54th Street, Hardee’s, Sarpino’s Pizzeria, Tiff N Jay’s, T-Bone’s Deli & Meat Market, Habanero’s, Garozzo’s, Spin! Pizza, Yogurtini, Paradise Park, Pizza Street, Ello Juice & Smoothie Bar.
Major Saver cards can be purchased via cash, check or online at www.majorsaver.com. The online sale can be credited back to a particular student and school. All cards purchased online will be mailed directly to the customer. Prizes and credit to the student will be done by the end of the campaign.
Major Saver stresses safe selling and discourages door to door campaigning. The company encourages students to sell to family members, church patrons, neighbors, or other adults the family may know; and to always make sure their parents are involved.
Please consider purchasing one or more Major Saver cards this year to help benefit the Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation and the students within the district.
Thank you for your continued support!
Order forms were sent home with students last week. If you need another, please let the office know. You can order with the order form or you can order on-line at ybpay.lifetouch.com and use Yearbook ID code: 1823116.
Order deadline: February 26, 2016
An enrichment challenge was given to all GWE students. As we know turkeys everywhere at Thanksgiving time try to disguise themselves to avoid being dinner. But Nicholas Turkey decided he would make a nest for himself at the North Pole. The task for students was to create a suitable home for Nickolas Turkey and a business idea that would help him be a productive citizen at the North Pole. Take a look at the creative solutions students devised.