Back The Jack Rules to Win Class Prizes or Nintendo Switch

Rules for Nickajack Elementary Foundation (NEF) Raffle

Each $125 entry gains one raffle entry for the prize. 

The board chooses the prize each year.  The 2017-2018 Campaign prize is a Nintendo Switch.

For donations above $125, each increment will be awarded an additional entry.  For example, a donation of $250 will gain 2 raffle entries.  Donations in partial increments of $125 will not “round up.”  For example, a donation of $300 will still net 2 entries, not 3.

Corporate sponsors will not gain entries based on their corporate donations.

NEF Board Members and their children are ineligible for the raffle.

The drawing will take place at the Great Skate event. 

Rules for Class Participation Prizes

During the campaign, the Board may announce various class participation incentives. 

The class participation percentage will be determined by dividing the number of students in a class who have donated to the campaign divided by the number of students in the class.

Teachers who donate to the campaign will not be counted towards their own class participation but may have their donations counted for each child they have attending the school.

The number of students in the class will be determined by the class numbers given to us by the front office staff.

Each student can count only once towards the class participation number.  For example, if a student has contributed on three separate occasions, the student still counts only once towards participation.  Likewise, if different contributions are given on behalf of the same student (from parents, grandparents, etc), the student only counts once towards class participation.

Corporate donations can count towards a particular students’ participation if that is noted at the time of donation.

The Board reserves the right to create a threshold contribution to count for participation (for example, only donations $20 and above count as participation).  As of this time (2017-2018 Campaign) there is on threshold.  Any contribution counts as participation.