The role of Project Leader is to organize parents to cover the the following areas necessary in creating an auction project: ideas, materials, classroom time, Museum, and auction night support. A leader will also submit a Project Form and other information as the project progresses. In early March, a picture and updated description will need to be submitted for the catalog. Lastly, if a parent needs to be reimbursed, the paperwork must be filled out by May. Please print out and complete this document - "Class Auction Project Reimbursement Form".
We hope to provide you with as much help and information as you will need to create a successful class project for our 2014 school auction.
Start by taking a look at the documents below. Please complete the Project Form as soon as possible.
Good luck! If you have any questions please contact me.
Auction Project Co-Chair, Tuyen Lehmann
Need ideas for your class project? Mirrors, wall art, books, ceramic sets, quilts, rugs, or anything having to do with NYC. Art comes in many forms and can be created from variety of materials.
Please keep in mind the size and weight restrictions when creating a project. Check with your teacher to see if he/she has an idea related to what the children are doing in the classroom. Multiple projects are only available to the 5th Grade classes.
If you have any materials/tools that may be useful in creating a project, please contact me.
Q: We have not submitted a Class Project form, what do we do?
Q: What is the amount we can spend on creating the project?
Q: What if we go over the $150 allowed?
Q: How will our project be handled once we are finished?
Q: What is the Auction Project Museum?
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