People who stop by Ledo Pizza in Tysons Station next week can help raise money for Freedom Hill Elementary School.
The upcoming fundraiser is a part of the parent-teacher association’s plans to raise at least $10,000 in donations this year.
A member of the school’s PTA told Tysons Reporter that the “family dinner out” at Ledo Pizza will be next Tuesday-Wednesday (March 10-11) at 7510 Leesburg Pike. The restaurant will donate part of the money from the two nights to the PTA.
The school’s PTA is also hosting a read-a-thon through tomorrow (March 6) to encourage students to read. The PTA is seeking donations.
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This year, Read-a-thon’s proceeds will go towards classroom libraries, school reading materials, and to help replace aging projectors.
This year we hope to beat last year’s reading totals (202,000 minutes read), and exceed our fundraising goal of $10,000. If we reach our fundraising goal, Asst. Principal Kopacz will get a pie in the face and Principal Zapadka will be duct-taped to the wall!!
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