The 2022 Stride for the Pride Fun Run & Color Run will take place on Wednesday, April 27, 2022!
Register your student(s) on mybooster.com to earn prizes and SHARE with family, friends & neighbors! Create a STUDENT STAR VIDEO with your student's photo!
Our fundraising goal is $40,000 for a LIBRARY at ECS!
All students will participate in the Fun Run (K-5) and Color Run (6-8) during the school day on April 27, 2022.
K-2 Fun Run: 8:45-9:45am
3rd-5th Fun Run: 10-11am
6th-8th Color Run: 2-3pm
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is the Stride for the Pride?
The Stride for the Pride is a school-wide program powered by Boosterthon that incorporates school spirit with this semester’s biggest fundraising event! Endeavor K-5th graders will participate in a lapped Fun Run, and our 6th-8th graders will participate in a Color Run! The Stride for the Pride Fun Run and Color Run will take place on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 during the school day. All students participate!
2. What is our goal this year?
Our goal is for the Stride for the Pride to raise $40,000! The funds will support a FUTURE LIBRARY at ECS, planned for the former drama room! The funds will also support other campus improvements such as technology for the auditorium and enhancements to the soccer field.
3. How can parents register their student(s)?
Starting on April 5, 2022, parents will log in or sign up on MyBooster.com. Then, parents can register their student as a participant on MyBooster.com by searching for the school by name. Students get an ECS t-shirt just for registering!!
4. How can students get pledges?
Parents can help connect students to 10 different sponsors via email, text or social media! Sponsors can enter those pledges directly at MyBooster.com. Parents can create a “Student Star Video” with their student’s photo and share those with sponsors as well!
5. Will my student really run 30 laps? How big is the track?
Yes, even kindergartners! The Fun Run track is about 1/20th of a mile, 1/5 the size of a normal high school track. The average K-5 student will run 30-35 laps and will have a goal to run at least 30 laps to help their school. The most any student will be counted for is 35 laps.
6. Will the Color Run count laps too?
No, the Color Run Challenge for the 6th-8th graders will not be a lapped run. Students and families can collect “flat donations” for the event. There will be additional “challenge stations” for the students to earn color packets to throw!
7. Can students receive a prize for flat donations?
Yes! All flat donations count toward pledges and are rounded by 30 (the average student will run over 30 laps). So, a $30 donation is the same as $1 per lap. A $60 donation is the same as $2 per lap, etc.
8. Can sponsors pay for pledges online?
YES! Sponsors have the option to pay online and pay immediately. The day after the Fun Run event, sponsors will receive an email with payment options if they have not paid yet.
9. How does the Stride for the Pride affect the Annual Fund?
The Stride for the Pride is an important fundraising event within Endeavor’s Annual Fund. All proceeds from the Stride for the Pride, along with family donations, corporate matches, proceeds from the Family Fun Fest, and business sponsorships will help Endeavor meet its overall fundraising goal of $250,000 for the Annual Fund this year! The Annual Fund helps fill the gap in Endeavor’s state funding and allows Endeavor to provide the very best learning environment with the lowest class size in the area. This year Stride for the Pride will also support a FUTURE LIBRARY at ECS!
10. Can parents/families attend Stride for the Pride?
Yes! We love when families come out to cheer for their runner! It's held during the school day so that all students can participate. The K-2 Fun Run will take place on the soccer field from 8:45-9:45. The 3-5 Fun Run will go from 10-11am and the Color Run will be held on the soccer field from 2-3pm. More details to come about parking, carpool, etc.
Thank you for supporting Endeavor Charter School students at The Stride for the Pride!
If you have additional questions, please contact Lauren Manfreda, Director of Development firstname.lastname@example.org