David Butler

PLEF Raises money for Field Trips with fun filled student dress up days and spirit wear sales.

The Patriot Legacy Education Foundation is proud to continue supporting our amazing school through the difficult days of the COVID Pandemic. PLEF has been able to find creative fundraising solutions to continue to support our mission, and the programs of Literacy First Charter Schools.

We have had two very successful fundraisers this year that will help our students begin attending field trips again. We are thrilled to be able to partner with our school to promote learning outside of the walls of the classroom. Our students have big things planned for them. They will be attending plays, museums, county parks and more as we strive not for normal, but for the best, for our students!

Our students brought in $5 or more to celebrate our first dress up day of the year, ‘Disney Day.’ This tradition began last year and was the first ‘normal’ and celebratory event we were able to host since the beginning of the Pandemic. It is a joy to walk the halls filled with princesses and superheroes feeling like their most special selves during the school day. Our staff doesn’t disappoint either. Each grade level chooses a theme, and the teachers come as the seven dwarves, or the characters from Inside Out, and many more fun and creative themes. 

We have also been selling Spirit Wear. We are excited to introduce a collection of shirts this year for our ‘Moms, Dads, and Fans.’ Our ‘Bulldog for Life’ Ts have sold out, and our zipper ‘B’ logo hoodies have sold out as well. We have ordered more of each, and we are so thankful for our LFCS families who love our school as much as we do!