St. Joan of Arc school organizes a number of fundraisers to help offset the cost of tuition. Please join us for one or all of these amazing events.
Back to School Pizza Party– SJA Gym, Friday, September 15 (completed)
A long lasting tradition in which the 8th grade class hosts the annual Back to School Pizza Party for the entire school. There are kids games, moon jumps, dj, a pizza & pasta dinner, raffles and more. The entire student body and their families are invited to this great school based event. Event starts at 6 pm.
Color Walk- SJA Campus, Friday, September 29th (completed)
This will be the third year for the SJA Color Walk, a student driven fundraiser.
This is a very fun, colorful walk with lots of good vibes, and we have lots of fun not running!
It takes place around the perimeter of the church and school and is hosted by numerous parent volunteers.
The students aren’t timed, so there is no pressure to hurry and get done. A definite student favorite!
For more information contact: Mia Fromknecht at email@example.com
Trivia Night– SJA Campus Saturday, November 11th (completed)
Do you know the answer? does the team have a good guess? A great night of fun as “tables of adults” compete against each other in this three hour long trivia event. Bring your own snacks, and there is beer and wine for sale. Set in the PAR beginning at 7 pm.
To volunteer, or for further information for the upcoming Trivia Night, please contact Marzenka Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dad’s Night – postponed
Don’t miss out on this popular men’s gathering. Usually situated around a popular sporting event, the Dads from the Parish and School get together at a local watering hole for some food, fun and conversation. Details coming soon for Dad’s Night 2018.
22nd Annual Auction Event – HAVANA NIGHTS -Saturday, February 24th at Carlisle Banquets in Lombard (completed)
St. Joan of Arc school’s largest fundraiser, this semi- formal event with food and drinks, is set in a fantastic themed setting. To volunteer OR for further information for the upcoming auction please contact Danielle Costello, Chairperson of the 2017/18 Auction at email@example.com
March Madness Fish Fry – SJA Campus, Friday, March 16th (completed)
The first of its kind at SJA… a Knights of Columbus Fish Fry dining event, along with March Madness games on the big screen, live music, Irish dancers, raffles and more. This parish and wide event in the school gym from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
To volunteer or for further information on this new event, please contact Kim Clements at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SJA Basketball Classic- Friday, April 6th (completed)
Watch the 8th graders take on the Lisle Police Department in this annual fundraiser. All students and their families are invited. Girls from first through fourth grade can become cheerleader s for the night!! Don’t miss out on this great end of the year social extravaganza for all! Tip off is 6 pm.
Mom’s Bunco Night – Friday, May 11th
Join the Moms of SJA as they gather for a Night Out as the PAR turns into a Bunco Parlor. Bring your friends and neighbors, roll dice and win $$! A mom’s favorite for sure.
To purchase tickets, go to- http://SJAbunco.gesture.com or contact Rena Solano at email@example.com for further details or to volunteer.
Shop with Scrip – ongoing
The SCRIP program is an ongoing fundraiser for the school. Home & School purchases gift certificates and/or plastic gift cards from national and local businesses at a discount. Discounts range from 1.5% to 50%. Home & School then resells the certificates at face value to participants. The difference between the discounted purchase price and resell value is our profit. In turn, Home & School shares that profit with participating families.
Adopt A Student Program-ongoing
We encourage our families to support to our Adopt-a-Student Program. We are seeking support of this program for any familiy who may be having financial difficulties. You may make a donation no matter how large or small. The Adopt-A-Student program allows you to help a family that shares your commitment to Catholic education, but is unable to send their child due to financial hardship.