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.
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.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com.
Bison Boosters Bylaws
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Bison Athletic Booster Scholarship
Congratulations to the 2014 Athletic Booster Scholarship recipients: Victoria Depa, Valentina Guarino, Taylor Patton, Alec Wasowicz and Daniel Wiggin
Amount: Up to $1000; several available
Due Date: TBA
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.