Fundraising Policy
TO: Parents, Guardians, and Members of the GNA Senior Class 
FROM: Brandon Collins and Rachel Jeffries, Senior Class of 2020 Advisers
DATE: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
RE: Senior Class Fundraising Policies

Throughout the year, the senior class members will have the opportunity to take part in several different fund raising activities to help defray the cost of various senior year activities including:

Annual Senior Trip to Florida (excluding initial deposit)
Yearbook Purchase
Semi-Formal Tickets
Prom Tickets
Graduation Cap and Gown

The activities must be school sponsored to be eligible for payment. No checks will be issued or cut to students as the funds are transferred from one student organization to another through the Business Office. Any questions as to whether funds can be used for a specific event or activity should be directed to the Senior Class Advisors.

Some of the different school board approved fund raising activities that the class will have include:

David’s Cookie Dough
Save A Round Coupon Booklets
Gertrude Hawk Gourmet Candy Bars
Krispy Kreme Donuts
Food Court

The profit percentage of each fundraiser are announced at the start of each sale as these sometimes vary due to contractual agreements with the vendor.

The profits from these fundraisers are placed into an individual account for each senior. The balance of these accounts is available by speaking to either of the senior class advisers. If a senior would like to use the “money” in their individual senior account, they should see Mr. Collins in Room 220. Seniors should make sure that enough time is provided to allow the request to be received and processed by Mr. Collins and the Business Office. The senior class advisers will not be responsible for payments issued beyond the due date because of a last second request for payment submitted by a senior student.

Per school district policies on student fund raising and student activity accounts, unused fund raising money left in a senior’s personal account at the conclusion of the school year will be retained in the senior class general fund and will be utilized for the good of the entire senior class. No checks or gift cards will be issued to the student or their families at the conclusion of the school year. Additionally, funds are not transferable between senior student accounts.

Any questions or concerns regarding this policy should be directed to the Senior Class Advisers.