Phil's Challenge is an exciting fitness fundraiser in which our students are challenged both physically and with a fund raising objective.
During the month of March, each student should strive to raise at least $150 while also participating in school and at home physical and mental challenges. Together we have a school goal of raising $75,000+ to support our school's technology, curriculum resources, playground equipment, teacher training and all the great things that Immaculata such a special place to grow and learn.
For the first three weeks, students will participate in activity challenges and log their minutes to help their team win weekly prizes. Activity Minutes are for Monday through Sunday, and must be entered by Sunday evening. Watch our Selection Sunday Show on the Phil's Challenge Network to see how the teams were sorted. March 1-7: Reading March 8-14: Flexibility and Strength March 15-21: Cardio Challenge
Then we move into the race to raise $75K. Simply encourage friends and family to make financial gifts to the school through your personalized fundraising website. *Note, all Immaculata students, whether learning in-person or at home should select the free student color run.
New! Parents, friends...everyone...join our virtual 5K/10K (or pick your distance), complete your miles from now until April 30 and score cool swag! Sign up today!
Our PE teacher, Ms. Carissa Hill, will be hosting live workouts on Wednesdays at 3pm on Google Meet. Score some minutes for the week. Also check out the PE section of your Google Classroom for additional posted content for our weekly themes. Remember, you must log your minutes into your personal page by Sunday night each week to be counted toward the competition.
Color Run FAQ If you would like to opt out of the student color run, please email Robyn Soffera by March 22. We are grateful to the following sponsors helping to keep our event costs down so more money can directly benefit our students! If you are interested in promoting your business and supporting our great event, please contact Robyn Soffera.