Fenton Bison Athletic Boosters
Did you know that the Bison Athletic Boosters is like the PTO for all sports teams at Fenton? The Bison Boosters are supported 100% by volunteers. We raise money by opening the concession stand at sporting events. ALL profits earned from the concession stand go back to the students; either in the form of senior scholarships or coach Wish List requests.
We are pleased to report that for the 2012-13 school year, the Bison Boosters awarded three $1,000 scholarships to athletic students and fulfilled coach Wish List requests of $6,897 so that additional equipment could be purchased for Wrestling, Volleyball, Dance, Softball, Baseball, Football, Cheerleading, Golf and the Athletic Trainer. The more the concession stand is open, the more money we can raise to benefit ALL sports at Fenton.
Why volunteer?? It’s fun - a great way to meet other parents - to help support your child’s sport – to help to keep the concession stand open - a “special surprise” to our volunteers (first come, first serve) and NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.
Bison Athletic Boosters Monthly Meetings: Bison Boosters meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Faculty Cafeteria. The next meeting is scheduled for April 9.
Attention all parents: The Bison Boosters have created an email account to provide information on upcoming volunteer opportunities and events. Simply send your email address to: email@example.com and you will be added to a mailing list for upcoming information.
Concession Stand Volunteers
Students can also volunteer during the above events and receive community service hours. To sign-up, please visit the Community Service Volunteer Board outside Room 2 or contact, Teri Wood, Director of Community Relations and Community Service, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bison Boosters Bylaws
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Bison Athletic Booster Scholarship
Congratulations to the 2013 Athletic Booster Scholarship recipients: David Patton, Sidney Montano and April Ralph. The Bison Booster Academic Award was presented to Maria Arianas and Freddy Lavric.
Amount: Up to $1000; several available
Due Date: 4/9/14
Description: The Bison Athletic Scholarship provides financial aid for students interested in pursuing further educational opportunities at an accredited community college, accredited technical school or four year institution.
Value: Up to $1,000.00 for tuition. A minimum of one scholarship will be awarded to a senior girl and one scholarship will be awarded to a senior boy.
Eligibility: Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited community, accredited technical, or four-year institution on a full time basis with the intent to complete requirements for a degree.
A parent or guardian must have worked at least three events in the concession stand each year per student athlete (example: three times freshman year, three times sophomore year, three times junior year and three times senior year. A total of twelve events must be satisfied by April of the student's senior year).
BASIS OF AWARD: A minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and regular participation in athletic activities.