It’s time for the 3rd annual Cosentino’s Grocery Grab, a fundraiser for the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation.
Tickets are $5 each. On the back of each ticket is a coupon for $5 off a purchase of $50 or more. The coupon may be used through Dec. 31, 2017.
The Grocery Grab will take place at the Raymore Price Chopper store. On Dec. 2, the names of five semifinalists will be drawn. On Dec. 9, the winner’s name will be drawn at 7:30 a.m., and the grocery grab will begin at 8 a.m. The winner receives a 5-minute grocery shopping spree. The four semi-finalists each receive a $100 Cosentino’s gift card. Tickets are available now through Nov. 30 from the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation; Raymore Chamber of Commerce; or any Foundation Board member. Send an email to email@example.com for more information.
The Foundation provided grant funds to help purchase a 3-D printer at Stonegate Elementary School.
Thanks to everyone who attended the Alumni/Staff tailgate party on Sept. 22 before the Homecoming football game. We enjoyed seeing everyone. Our special guests included the Distinguished Alumni Award recipients, the Alumni Band members, and the classmates from the Class of 1997!
Show your school spirit by purchasing a yard sign sporting your favorite Ray-Pec activity: football, dance, volleyball, soccer, band...whatever!
The signs (sign/stake/hardware) are $55 each, and each personalized plaque is $10 (up to 15 characters). Place your order here.
After you complete the purchase, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the information you want on the plaques. Orders will be placed on the 15th of each month. Buyers will be notified via email that the sign and/or plaques are ready for pick up with Tracy Caskey at Peculiar Elementary. You may also arrange evening pickup at another Ray-Pec school.
If you would rather not pay the small transaction fee, you may mail your order with all of the details and check made payable to the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation to: Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation, PO Box 789, Peculiar, MO 64078.
All proceeds benefit Ray-Pec Cares, a program of the Foundation.
Kelly Stewart, owner of Abby Road Farm, fifth from right, presented a check for $1,080 to the Foundation Board on Aug. 17. A special family day event on Aug. 12 at Abby Road Farm raised $540, which was matched by Kelly and her husband, Michele Stewart, to support Ray-Pec Cares.
The funds were used to purchase new tennis shoes for students who attend the Back to School Fair.
Pictured in the back row, from left: Matt Hocker, Pam Steele, Kim Bailey, Foundation President Phil Parke, Rich Bartow, Superintendent Dr. Kari Monsees, Brad Kiehl, and Leo Anderson. In front: Meryl Lange, Kim York, Allison Scott, Kelly Stewart, Allison Bruflat, Dana Jermain, Shauna Stephenson, and Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston.
Thanks to everyone who supported the MOD Pizza grand opening to benefit the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation. MOD Pizza recently presented the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation with a check for $5,749 from its grand opening day sales. The money is earmarked for Ray-Pec Cares.
• Fifth grader Sophie Dial at Eagle Glen Intermediate School (bottom left with Principal Randy Randolph)
• Fourth grader Charleston Clark at Raymore Elementary School (top left with Principal Jennika Miller)
• Third grader Evie Dial at Raymore Elementary School (top right with Principal Jennika Miller)
• First Grader Luke VanDeusen at Timber Creek Elementary School (bottom right with Principal Lovie Driskill)
Thanks to the Bel-Ray Lions Club for donating $505 to the Caring About Nutrition (CAN) program! Lion Meryl Lange presented the check to Allison Bruflat and the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation Board of Directors on April 20. The money was raised at the Lions Club chili cook-off in February.
In the front row, from left: Kim York, Meryl Lange, Allison Bruflat, Pam Steele, and Allison Scott. In the back row: Dr. Kari Monsees, Larry Dobson, Phil Parke, Jodie Huston, Rich Bartow, and Leo Anderson.
During the fundraiser, students sell discount cards that offer buy-one-get-one deals at areas restaurants and businesses. This year, the cards sold for $15.
Each school received a check based on the number of cards sold: