Westerly Creek has once again teamed up with Original Works to offer a unique fundraising program.
Original Works takes a work of art created by your child in art class and turns it into products you and your family can enjoy for years to come. There are so many fun items from which to choose: magnets, note cards, aprons, mugs, shirts, tote bags, and so much more. Your child will bring home their image and an order form so that you can purchase gifts of original art for the Winter Holidays!
NEW FOR 2015: Each student will receive a keychain with their artwork printed on it for FREE!!
ORIGINAL WORKS 2015 ORDERING TIMELINE:
- Art goes home => November 13th
- Parents order online by => November 29th
- Art to be sent home with students => week of December 15th
HOW TO ORDER
We will once again be ordering online this year. Once you enter our school access code (wce), you'll be able to search for your kids by their name or their teacher. Then you can browse merchandise with their art printed on every item. To place an order you will need our school access code (wce) AND the student ID number that is printed on the label attached to their art.
A percentage of every order goes back to our school!! If everyone bought just one magnet, we'd earn OVER $2,000! Might I recommend a few of my favorites ...
- A pillowcase: Your kids can enjoy their art every day! Most of our kids did a self portrait, so it's kinda funny too - sleeping on their own face!
- Youth T-Shirt: Also a funny item. Your kids' self-portrait on a shirt they can wear! They'll love it!
- Notecards: I ordered a set of 24 for each of my kids. These are perfect for sending thank you cards and notes to family throughout the year!
There are about 35 items to choose from though, so shop today! The deadline to order is November 29, 2015. Merchandise will come straight to the school and will be sent home with kids in time for the Winter Holidays!
For more information on the Original Works program or to volunteer to sort and distribute orders when they arrive, contact Erin Lea-Dougherty.