News from CCSD15
February 15, 2019
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WIN MONEY FOR STUDENT LOANS, COLLEGE EXPENSES
By the year 2030, the cost of a four-year college education is expected to exceed $175,000. Enter the one-five Foundation’s 529 College Fund 50/50 Raffle for your chance to win up to $26,450 to offset those expenses.
The more tickets that are sold, the higher the jackpot will be -- get yours today! If the $100 ticket price is too high for family, you may split the cost with friends or family and in turn, share the prize if your ticket is selected as the winner.
Winnings can be used for any educational endeavor, like paying off student loans, paying for a grandchild's education or setting up a 529 college savings account.
Buy tickets online by visiting www.ccsd15.net/529fund. Anyone 18 years or older can enter. Residency in District 15 is not required. Ticket purchasers do not need to live within the District 15 boundaries.
Purchasing a ticket to the raffle directly benefits the one-five Foundation and its work to enhance the classroom experience for District 15 students. The one-five Foundation funds initiatives like Lego Robotics and interactive classroom activities.
Your contribution to the one-five Foundation helps fund important school initiatives!
Vegetable garden at Conyers Learning Academy
A grant from the one-five Foundation allowed staff and students at CLA to plant a vegetable garden, learning how to plant, tend to and harvest food.
Historical fiction novel series at Winston Campus
Winston Campus Elementary students are diving into wonderful literature during their novel study units thanks to the one-five Foundation. The students have been able to transport themselves to new places and times through literature exploration.
Q-Ball purchased for Marion Jordan Elementary students
A Q-Ball was purchased for Marion Jordan Elementary School students thanks to the one-five Foundation. The wireless, throwable microphone helps manage classroom discussions and increases learning.