Like other extracurricular and fine arts activities, participating in choir requires some additional expenses. To help families offset some of these expenses, the Boosters developed a program that encourages students and families to participate in fundraising activities while earning credit for future choir expenses. These credits are saved in an escrow account dedicated to the student.
HOW TO EARN ESCROW FUNDS
All choir families have the opportunity to earn money for their student's escrow account. There are several ways to earn escrow:
The "Shop with Scrip Program”
Business advertising sales (up to 30% of sales)
Exceeding minimums in other fundraising events and activities
USING ESCROW FUNDS FOR CHOIR-RELATED EXPENSES
Escrow funds can be used towards:
Senior solo arrangements
Special choir trips
Escrow accounts may continue to increase for as long as the student is enrolled in the choral program. Any funds remaining in escrow upon a students’ graduation from high school or severance from the choral program may be rolled-over to a younger family member entering the choral program in a consecutive year or will be allocated to the Boosters Financial Assistance Fund for future choir students who are in need of financial assistance.