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Posted on: April 15, 2019

Major Saver campaign raises $34,042 for Foundation and schools

Major Saver 2019

This year marked the second-most successful Major Saver campaign in District history, raising $34,042! Students and schools sold $15 cards offering discounts and buy-one-get-one offers in the community. Half of the proceeds benefit the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation, and half benefit the participating schools.

Dale Krumm, Major Saver vice president of sales and development, presented checks on April 9 to the Foundation and to principals of the participating schools.  Each school received a check based on the number of cards sold.

Front row, from left: Bridle Ridge Principal Missy Mattingly; East Middle School Principal Katie Campbell; Eagle Glen Principal Robin Jones; Dale Krumm with Major Saver; Timber Creek Principal Lovie Driskill; Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston; Foundation Board Member Allison Bruflat; Foundation Board Member Jamie Bogner; Foundation Board President Phil Parke; Foundation Board Member Kim York; and Foundation Secretary/Treasurer Pam Steele. Back row: Shull Early Learning Center Director Mary Shatford; Superintendent Dr. Kari Monsees; Raymore Elementary Principal Jennika Miller; Peculiar Elementary Principal Rob Weida; Stonegate Elementary Principal Doug Becker; Creekmoor Principal Melissa Lucas; High School Principal Steven Miller; Academy Principal James Brown; South Middle School Principal Randy Randolph; and Foundation Board Member Greg Teale.


The Foundation received $17,073.75. Here is the amount received by each participating school, based on the number of cards sold:

  • Bridle Ridge Elementary, $2,400
  • Creekmoor Elementary, $1,912.50
  • Eagle Glen Elementary, $2,613.75
  • Peculiar Elementary, $2,610
  • Raymore Elementary, $1,762.50
  • Stonegate Elementary, $1,792.50
  • Timber Creek Elementary, $2,861.25
  • East Middle School, $588.75
  • South Middle School, $427.50

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