2018 Roy Cloud Jogathon and Color Run

FRIDAY, MAY 18 from 2:10 – 2:40

The Roy Cloud Middle School Color Run is back! This fun run/walk event starts on the blacktop and winds around the campus, passing through the color zone on the field, dousing grade 6-8 students in festive colors!

How to Participate:

1. All middle school students need parent/guardian permission to participate in the Color Run.

Download the Color Run Permission and Payment Form here. Please turn it into the front office or email it to roycloudjogathon@gmail.com by Wednesday May 16. 

2. A minimum $25 donation or pledges are also required. 

We recommend that you pledge the $25 (or more) to your teacher. In the field 'enter a message of support to xxx grade', type in your students first and last name.

Here are the links to your homeroom pages, where you can donate for your student:

6th Grade:   Ms Hsich's classroom Ms Oliver-Grothe's classroom Ms Rivoli's classroom

7th Grade:   Ms Avalos' classroom  Mr McAdams' classroom Ms William's classroom

 8th GradeMr Coleman's classroom   Mr Morse's classroom  Mr Reinke's classroom

Ms Nally's Classroom

ASB is sponsoring a contest to support Jog-a-Thon fundraising! The Middle School student who raises the most pledge money for the Jog-a-Thon will win a customizable Warriors jersey! If there is a tie, the ASB will randomly select the winner. All pledges must be made by race time on Friday, May 18.
  • If you would like to create your individual donation page and/or donate by laps you can do so by clicking on individual color run registration
  • Do you prefer paper pledges and get your neighbors to donate? Download the paper pledge form here.
  • White Color Run t-shirts, designed by a Roy Cloud School student, are available for purchase by clicking here.
  • Please email roycloudjogathon@gmail.com if you need a scholarship to participate

Participants will be doused with color, receive a race bib, sunglasses, and snacks.

Color Zone - In the color zone, volunteers will throw non-toxic colored powder as students run through. The volunteers will do their best to throw the powder at the torso, but wind and other factors can cause the powder to get on the face.  Wearing goggles, sunglasses, and other eyewear will help to avoid flying colored powder in the eyes. The color zone can be bypassed completely if a student does not wish to go through it.

The powder is a non-toxic color powder that will likely washout of clothing. However we recommend that you wear light colored clothing that you don't mind being "colored".

We also recommend you bring a change of clothes and a towel for the car ride home.  


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