Fundraising & Support
Clean out the Clutter
Coolidge School PTO will be hosting a Clean Out the Clutter Fundraiser. Please consider dropping off your donations on Saturday, November 3 from 9 am – 12 pm or Tuesday, November 6 from 7 am – 7 pm!
More information can be found HERE
The Coolidge School PTO is always looking for ways to raise money to provide enrichment opportunities for the students at our school. This year we have decided to host a Bake Sale on Election Day. This day is also Conference day. We are hoping with the foot traffic that this will be at the school for both conferences and election day, as well as for the Textile Drive we will be able to raise a few extra dollars.
We are asking volunteers to donated individually wrapped baked goods that can be sold during the bake sale. We will also be looking for individuals to volunteer during the day to sit at the bake sale table to help sell these delicious donations. Please consider donating some baked goods or your time, even if it is only for a half hour. Volunteer hours span from 7am – 7pm, pending we have items to sell.
You can sign up HERE
Fall for Coolidge
Consider helping Coolidge by making a tax-deductible donation. We welcome all donations, large and small. Please check with your company’s Human Resources department to find out if a Matching Gift program is offered. Have you considered making a donation in someone’s name as a gift? You can download and print this card to present the special person you are honoring.
Mail your donation to:Coolidge PTO
Calvin Coolidge Elementary School
1 Florence Street
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
All of our fundraisers and events are made possible by volunteers. Teachers and staff also appreciate parent help. We’d love to have your assistance. Contact the PTO at email@example.com if you have any time to give.
Past fundraising projects have included a Yankee Candle catalog, Square 1 Art, SpiritWear apparel, Spring Fling, Tracks for Technology, Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, and many others.
How to Help
Stop and Shop A+, Price Chopper Tools for Schools, Growing Local Learning programs: Link your rewards cards to Coolidge to earn funds or supplies for our school. Many times these stores require all shoppers to re-register each year. By registering our Price Chopper cards, we were able to use those points to earn equipment and supplies for the school. By registering our Stop and Shop cards, the school will earn cash donations for the school.
Books for Coolidge: Do you have a special event coming up, your child’s birthday or completion of 4th grade? Consider donating a book to the Coolidge Media and leaving a lasting gift. A $20 donation will allow your child, or the Media Specialist, to choose a book from the display case outside the gym. An inscription label stating your name and a personalized message from you will be added to the book. Your child will be the first one to take the newly donated book home and then it will go into circulation for everyone to enjoy. To donate a book, simply complete the Books for Coolidge form located online or you can request a hard copy of the form from the Media Specialist.
Amazon Smile: The PTO is registered with AmazonSmile. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the PTO. Same products, same prices, same service as Amazon. Support us by starting your shopping at http://smile.amazon.com/ch/22-3072106.
School Store: With the help of PTO volunteers and parent donations 4th graders run a school store for their peers. We are always in need of fun erasers, pencils and other school supplies to replenish our inventory. Dollar Store items are welcome! If you have anything to donate, please send it to school in a bag labeled “School Store.” There is also a box in the front hallway to place donations.
Collect the following items and send them in with your child, to the attention of the PTO.
Boxtops for Education: You can find the familiar 10¢ Box Tops coupon on hundreds of your family’s favorite products, including General Mills, Kleenex, Huggies and Ziploc. Clip them off the product packaging and send them into school in sets of 10, either taped to a sheet or in a baggie.