May 16, 2018

Use our online fundraising system here: 


*pledges are closed for 2018*

Online Donations Made Easy! 

  1. Students create a profile at pledgestar.com/enatai 
  2. Enter email addresses of friends and family - PledgeStar creates your personal pledge page and sends your pledge requests. 
  3. Watch as PledgeStar tracks donations to your pledge page!

Pledge Sheets and Donations are due!
*pledges closed for 2018*

Printable Downloads:
2018 Jog-A-Thon Packet

2018 Jog-A-Thon Pledge Sheet

Enatai PTSA 2018 Jog-A-Thon FAQ

Question: What is the Enatai Elementary JOG-A-THON?

Answer:  The JOG-A-THON is one of Enatai's most popular school-wide activities.  Students, staff, and families look forward to this energetic and fun event every year.  Our PTSA is working hard to expand both academic assistance and playground supervision for our students next year.  We can't do this without the funds raised through our JOG-A-THON.

Question:  When is the JOG-A-THON event?

Answer:  Wednesday, May 16th, 2018.  Students will run or walk during their lunch recess.  Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend! Do you want to help our students count their laps?  Volunteer for your student's recess here:  JOG-A-THON Volunteer Signup
Wednesday Lunch Recess 
Grades K & 1:  10:05 - 10:25 am
Grades 2 & 3: 10:40 - 11:00 am

Grades 4 & 5: 11:15 - 11:35 am

Question:  Why do we have fundraisers?

Answer: Because limited public school funds cannot provide all the assistance, resources, and programs we want and need for our children.

Question:  How is the money spent?

Answer:  Our fundraisers provide for materials, events, and learning opportunities our children would otherwise have to do without.  It goes to our PTSA budget to pay for many things, such as resources for technology, teacher aides, math and reading aides, innovative classroom projects, special assemblies, and more.

Question:  Are the pledges attached to the number of laps a student completes?

Answer:  No.  Students will set personal lap goals in PE based on appropriate standards for age and ability.  Students will collect FIXED amounts.

Question:  How do students collect pledges?

Answer:  Students can collect online donations, in person donations, or combinations of the two.  Students collect online donations by adding emails of friends or families to their personal fundraising site at pledgestar.com/enatai.  Students collect in person donations by recording donor information on their JOG-A-THON pledge sheet.

Question:  Who can participate in the JOG-A-THON?

Answer:  EVERYONE! 
Students: Secure as many pledges as possible and run or walk through the laps with your classmates.  There is always tons of fun at the event! 
Parents: Support your child in securing pledges.  Come and enjoy the fun event with your child!  Siblings are welcome.  You may also volunteer to help while you watch: JOG-A-THON Volunteer Signup
Teachers/Staff will be talking about the JOG-A-THON in and around the classroom and let students know the importance of this event for our school.

Question:  What are the PRIZES?


Raise $30 or more Sticky Hand
Raise $50 or more Slap Bracelet
+ prize listed above
Raise $100 or more Lei
+ prizes listed above
Raise $150 or more Star Wars wristband
+ prizes listed above
Raise $250 or more Tennis Shoe keychain
+ prizes listed above
Raise $350 or more Expandable, Light-up Light Saber
+ prizes listed above
Everyone who
Event T-Shirt
For every $500
raised by a class
Classroom Teacher receives a
$5 Starbucks Gift Card (x each $500)


  For additional questions or volunteer information, please contact Jesse Pacem at vicepresident@enataiptsa.org 



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