Neary School is seeking to purchase more digital learning equipment for 4th and 5th grade classrooms. To that end, they are holding two fundraisers a week from today in Westborough.
Both Sky Zone and Uno’s are offering kickback deals to support the cause on Tuesday, April 3rd. The trampoline park is offering 25% of that day’s jump fees back to Neary School. And the Pizzaria & Grill is offering 20% back.
If you haven’t brought your kids to Sky Zone before – it’s more than just trampolines – though that’s most of the draw. You can also use the bouncy surfaces to play dodgeball, shoot hoops, and leap into the foam pit.
After 60-90 minutes of jumping, kids will probably be hungry. Since Uno’s is basically on the way back from Sky Zone*, you can follow your jump time with a dinner out. Or pick up some take out before heading home. (The deal applies to either.)
Note: Both deals only apply to customers who present the fundraisers’ flyers/coupons. So, make sure to bring them with you.
Here are the links and details for the Tuesday, April 3rd fundraisers:
- Sky Zone Trampoline Park
- Uno Pizzeria & Grill
Some of you may still be wondering what the fundraiser is about. The school is touting its goal to support more “OSMO Learning”. So, what is OSMO?
Last fall, the school launched its campaign to raise funds for the digital learning tool stations. Some information about OSMO’s uses was included in a fundraiser flyer. It promoted:
OSMO fosters active learning in areas such as creative problem-solving, stem (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), and art. With OSMO, teachers can create activities for words, which allows for endless integration into the daily curriculum to help teach and reinforce standards.
The school shared more recent flyers on OSMO for this fundraiser. Click thumbnails below for more details.
*I’m assuming home is Southborough. The restaurant does require a slight detour, but is pretty much on the way home, since it’s east of Sky Zone via Route 9.