ROUND UP 2021 Drive-thru Carnival

Sunday, March 7th  •  Noon – 4 pm  •  St. Thomas High School  •  4500 Memorial Dr.

The signature St. Thomas event that supports the Basilian tradition of tuition assistance continues this year as a drive-thru event to assure health and safety of our community. The Eagle family will enjoy games, activities, and food all while staying inside their vehicles, plus participate in the Big Red Market and the popular theme basket and raffle drawings. Round Up 2021 will be different but the Eagle spirit that unites generations remains vibrant.

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Total School Goal for Round-Up
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Student Quota = 15 books @ $20.00 per book (4 tickets per book)

Holidays: (Quota sellers only)

Monday, March 8  –  School Reaches: $350,000
Friday, April 9  –  School Reaches: $400,000
Friday, April 23  –  School Reaches: $425,000
Friday, April 30  –  School Reaches: $450,000
Thursday, April 16  –  School Reaches: $500,000
Monday, March 22  –  School Beats “Reach” Goal: $525,000

**You Must Sell At Least 1 Quota To Be Eligible For All Holidays**

Kick-Off Assembly

January 15, 2021

Raffle Prizes

Grand Prize 2021 Ford Ranger Crew Cab XLT
Second Prize Samsung 55″ LED 4K TV & XBox Series X Console
Third Prize Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple AirPods Pro

Additional Incentives:

1st Quota  –  15 Books  –  T-Shirt
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

To be eligible for drawings

Thursday,                  January 21  –  0 Books
Wednesday,              January 27–  3 Books
Thursday                   February 4  –  6 Books
Thursday                   February 11  –  9 Books
Thursday                   February 18–  11 Books
Thursday                   February 25–  13 Books
Thursday                   March 4 –  15 Books

Need help selling your quota?
Phone-a-thon starts January 11th.

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.

Meeting #2: Thursday, February 18, 6:00 p.m.
Meeting #3: Thursday, March 4, 6:00 p.m.
Round Up: Sunday March 7, Noon to 4:00 p.m.

Round Up 2021 may look different but we still need your help! A successful event depends on volunteer participation and there are so many ways to help. Below are a list of open positions and contact information for a Round Up chair. Please reach out to the chair if you are interested in volunteering or have any questions about the position.

DAY OF Volunteer Positions AVAILABLE for Sign-Up! 

Eagle Wranglers
Food & Beverage Booths
Carnivals & Games

Open Volunteer Positions:
Prize Booth, Chair (contact Barbara Villafranca)
Car Hops, Booth Chair (contact Barbara Villafranca)
Toy Spin, Booth Chair (contact Barbara Villafranca)
I spy, Booth Chair (contact Barbara Villafranca)
Matching Game, Booth Chair (contact Barbara Villafranca)
Decorations Committee (contact Michelle Marlar)

Volunteers for the above positions must sign up in advance to help. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the Round Up 2021 Chairs. STHEaglesRoundUp@gmail.com

Family & Corporate Sponsorships

Round Up is the annual student-led fundraiser where fellow Eagles help one another.  Each year we offer the STH community the opportunity to underwrite the cost of this amazing event.  We rely on sponsors since 100% of ticket and carnival sales go directly to STH Tuition Assistance Program.

This year’s sponsorships will have a longer lasting and more personal impact than ever before. Round Up t-shirts are an STH favorite for every student, faculty, staff and volunteers.  As a sponsor, your company or family name will be prominently displayed on the back of this year’s shirt.

We are offering sponsorships at four levels. (We have not raised the cost of sponsorship since 2018!)

Sponsorship Levels:

Platinum       $5,000

Diamond       $2,500

Gold               $1,000

Ruby              $500

You may purchase your sponsorship through the Eagle Store. Or make a check payable to “St. Thomas High School” and submit it to the Main Office/ Front Desk with the sponsorship form. Please submit by Friday, February 19 to ensure adequate time for printing.

Make your contribution and let everyone know how much you love St. Thomas High School!

Donations

Silent Auction
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!

Theme Baskets
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.

HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?

  • Sign up here to assemble a basket on behalf of your family or with a friend.
  • Make a monetary contribution through the Eagle Store and we will shop/wrap on your behalf.
  • E-mail basket chairs Jen Sudduth or Maru Pruneda to participate or for more details.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • You do not need to wrap your basket – we can do that for you.
  • If you have items that won’t make a whole basket or you’d like to add content to one that has already been claimed, bring them to the Advancement Office and we will create the baskets.
  • Click here for more details or for basket themes.
  • All baskets will have signage thanking our generous donors!
  • Theme Baskets should be delivered to the Advancement Office by Monday, February 22.

Carnival Prize Donations Needed

Prizes for Children’s Games:

  • Price range: $0.25 – several dollars
  • Small items (less than 8” tall): books, toys, trinkets, coloring books, crayons/markers, stuffed animals, and any unused items are welcome.

For questions about prizes e-mail Monica Sánchez.

Please mark all items “Round Up” and deliver to the Main Office/Front Desk by Friday, February 26.

Juniors & Seniors – $5 or $10 gift cards from any restaurant or grocery store.  Please label as “Round Up” and drop off in the front office.
Sophomores – Cakes; WHOLE store bought OR homemade for Cake Walk.   Register your donation in the Cake Walk sign-up genius here.  Please deliver March 5 – 7.  Drop off location to be announced.
Freshman – Tom’s Moms Sweet Treats; homemade or store bought, all sweet treats are welcome!  Please deliver March 5 – 7.  Drop off location to be announced.
**Please note packaging requirements due to Covid.**
• Cookies:   2 per Ziplock bag if they are large cookies; 3 per Ziplock bag if they are smaller cookies
• Brownies/bars:  1 – 3×4 size (larger cut) in a Ziplock bag or 3 brownie bites per bag.
• Cupcakes:  Just drop them off and we will package these individually for you and have them ready to go.
• Other sweet treats: Homemade candy or sweet & savory snack mix in individual single serving bags (e.g. muddy buddies, popcorn mix or other).
Round Up Virtual Big Red Market: March 1 – 13, 2021

Enjoy boutique style shopping in the comfort of your own home! Free Admission and Lots of vendors: STH Apparel, Texas Items, Women’s Trendy Clothes, Beauty Products, Fashion Jewelry, Gourmet Foods, Purses, Shoes, Leather Goods, Stationary, Home Décor, Men’s Clothing, Graduation Gifts and Much Much More!

Shop Big Red Market

8th Annual St. Thomas High School Horseshoe Tournament*

*Tournament to be rescheduled to a date later this spring. Stay tuned for details!

  • 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. Stay tuned for details from the Eagle Store.

2021 Round Up Chairs

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