Fun and Games at Rhodes Junior High

A teacher is tied to a pillar with multiple colors of duct tape.
A student leaps along a line of dollar bills

Jumping for George–Washington, that is!

A student selects candy from a table spread with candy bars

Rhodes Jr High students who sold enough in the Cherrydale fundraiser earned a fun-filled pizza party, prize wheel, and jumping for George– an incentive unique to Grand Canyon Fundraising. They had the most fun duct-taping a teacher to a wall.

Award Winner at MinIt2WinIt on July 29

School Connect posted praise for GCF and details of its participation in an upcoming informational event for schools:

Cindy McArthur Basile was just named the 1st Arizona State PTA recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for her partnership and commitment to schools! Over the last 15 years Grand Canyon Fundraising has helped schools/organizations raise over $6 million dollars! …

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2017 PTA Winner

A woman in a blue shirt holds a large chocolate bar; beside her stands another woman, Cindy Basile
The representative from Santa Fe Elementary claims the annual giant chocolate bar prize from Cherrydale.

AMEA Conference Winner

Cindy with conference giveaway winner and prize

Cindy with the music director from Dewey, AZ who was very excited to win a 5 lb Cherrydale chocolate bar.

Fundraising Fun at St. Theresa’s

Fun at St. Theresa's

St. Theresa third-graders duct tape their principal, Maureen Fyan, to the wall Oct. 5. It was a reward for selling the most gourmet food items during a fall fundraiser for the Parent-Teacher Organization. (Ambria Hammel/THE CATHOLIC SUN)

Not having enough school funds can create a sticky situation. So can raising too much.

Just ask Maureen Fyan, principal at St. Theresa, 5001 E. Thomas Road. She let the class who raised the most money during a fall fundraiser duct tape herself to the wall Oct. 5.

Overall, the school sold more than $18,100 worth of gourmet food through Krista’s Gourmet Favorites. That’s double what St. Theresa students raised last year by selling wrapping paper.