Holidays: (Quota sellers only)
Monday, February 17 – Quota Sellers Holiday
Monday, March 2 – School Reaches: $350,000
Thursday, April 9 – School Reaches: $400,000
Friday, April 17 – School Reaches: $425,000
Friday, April 24 – School Reaches: $500,000
Monday, March 23 – School Beats “Reach” Goal: $525,000
**You Must Sell At Least 1 Quota To Be Eligible For All Holidays**
Friday, January 24, 2020
Grand Prize 2020 Toyota Tacoma Truck
Second Prize MacBook Pro
Third Prize iPhone 11 Pro Max
1st Quota – 15 Books – Round Up T-Shirt & Wear Anytime
2nd Quota – 30 Books – Wear Shorts & T-Shirt through March
3rd Quota – 45 Books – Lunch Party
4th Quota – 60 Books – STH Gear
5th Quota – 75 Books – Trip to Top Golf OR Dave & Busters
Individual Class & House Incentives:
Top 10 Seniors Get Preferential Parking in lot off Memorial.
Juniors who sell 3 quotas by February 20th will have off campus lunch March 3-May 1.
Senior that turn in a QUOTA by February 6th, can go no shave from February 7th until the end of spring break.
House with the highest % of 3 quota sellers get an Astros Game
House with the highest total sales will get a Chick-fil-a lunch
To be eligible for drawings
Friday (Kick-Off), January 24 – 0 Books
Thursday January 30– 3 Books
Thursday February 6 – 6 Books
Thursday February 13 – 9 Books
Thursday February 20– 11 Books
Thursday February 27– 13 Books
Friday February 28– 15 Books
Need help selling your quota?
Phone-a-thon starts January 22nd.
Important notes on turning in tickets:
- Please do not un-staple the books or separate the tickets from each book.
- When making a sale, tear off the ticket (the part with the truck on it) from the stub (the part with the name and contact info written in) and give the ticket to the person who bought it. This is their receipt for the ticket purchased. The stub section goes with the money on Turn In days.
- Please do not turn in coins. Please make change in the Business Office if needed.
- Please do not turn in tickets that you do not have money for and do not turn in money without tickets. The homeroom deputies will reject these tickets and return them to you.
- Make sure your tickets are filled out completely and legibly with names, contact information and your name as the seller. Any ticket not filled out will be returned to you with the money and not counted as a sale.
- Please do not turn in partially sold books. Keep selling the book until it is completely sold before turning it in.
- Please order more quotas in the Business Office (students only).
Raffle Ticket Information
Each student is required to sell his quota of Round Up raffle tickets which is worth $300. Many students seek to move much more than the minimum knowing that many of their classmates would be unable to participate in the rich and valued St. Thomas experience without financial aid.
One hundred percent of the monies generated through the Round Up student raffle sales contribute to St. Thomas tuition assistance, a STH practice which dates to 1927.
Click here for details on raffle information.
7th Annual St. Thomas High School Horseshoe Tournament
- Single elimination tournament begins at 1:00 PM on Sunday, March 1st, 2020. Pits are open at 11:00 AM for practice.
- All players must be present by 12:45 PM
- Tournament Director will explain the rules at 12:45 PM. Tournament Director (or his appointee) decisions are final.
- Pits are located in the sandy area on the North side of the Parking Garage.
- Only tournament players will be allowed in the stadium/pit area.
- Fans may observe the tournament in seats available outside the pit area.
- Cost is $100 per team, limited to the first 24 teams registered.
- Must be 21 years of age or older to register and/or play.
Entry fees may be paid online through the Eagle Store.
Click here for Eagle Store.
Round Up Family and Corporate Sponsorships
Round Up can only be possible with all kinds of support. We rely on sponsors since 100% of tickets and carnival sales go directly to STH Tuition Assistance Program. You can sponsor the booth of your choice in your family’s name, your son’s name, or your company’s name! You can also invite businesses that you think might want to sponsor a booth! Sponsorship Levels go from $100 to $5,000. You may purchase sponsorships through the Eagle Store or contact Mimi Howard, at email@example.com to make your contribution.
* Last day for sponsorships is February 17th.
- Platinum Level: $5,000
- Diamond Level: $2,500
- Gold Level: $1,000
- Ruby Level: $500
- Silver Level: $250
- Bronze Level: $100
We need donations such as last year’s items which included sports, rodeo and theatre tickets, group dinner at fine restaurants, one-of-a-kind items, and memorabilia. The limit is your imagination! Contact Julie Perry for questions or to make your donation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dinner For Two
This fun game needs gift cards and certificates in $25-$100 amounts from local restaurants. Contact Jodi Diamond at email@example.com to make your donation or leave it at the school front desk.
Eagle Bucks are used to “bid” on your favorite basket throughout the event. You can contribute through this sign up genius link to assemble a basket, or you can make a monetary contribution through the Eagle Store and we will shop/wrap on your behalf. Contact basket chairs Candice Croker at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jen Sudduth at email@example.com to participate or for more details.
Volunteer Sign Up Genius links are live!
Help make Round Up a success by signing up to work a booth!
Shifts are set up as one-hour shifts, but feel free to sign up for several shifts. Choose your favorite spot among these four groups:
- Seniors and Freshman bring 2-liter bottles of soda.
- Sophomores bring Cookies and Dessert.
- Juniors bring Cakes for the Cake Walk.