Radford City Schools will host the first Bobcat Cowpie Bingo fundraiser Saturday to support the Radford High School ACCE (Access to Community College Education), The Partner of Excellence Foundation and The Radford High School Foundation.
Cow Pie Bingo: A $20 ticket purchase will secure a randomly selected 2 by 1 yard square on the RHS Football Field.
If one of the cows “Poops” on your square on the field, you are a winner. Cowpie bingo tickets can be purchased at each RCPS school, school board office or electronically through Eventbrite (Bobcat Cowpie Bingo). The first annual Cow Pie Bingo will be held on Saturday at Radford High School with the gates opening at 5 p.m. for food and music with the Cow Pie Bingo contest to follow at 6 p.m..
• ACCE Program- ACCE is a public/private partnership which makes college available tuition-free to 2017 graduates from Radford City. It covers the cost of tuition for two years at New River Community College. ACCE supports as many students as possible based on student need and funds available for the program. Radford City has committed to $25,000 leaving an additional $50,000 to be raised from local business and industry. If you would like more information contributing to the ACCE program please contact the Educational Foundation Office at 540-674-3618.
•Partners for Excellence Foundation- The mission of the Radford City Schools Partners For Excellence Foundation, Inc. is to support and enhance the educational experience of the Radford City Schools students through business and individual partnerships.
• Radford High School Foundation – The Radford High School Foundation, Inc. was formed as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in 1986 for the purpose of supporting and enhancing Radford’s already successful school system. The foundation began as primarily an academic supporter, but has been able to further major athletic facility initiatives by acting as liaison in public/private projects. The foundation has also donated more than $510,000 in classroom grants and scholarships to all four of the city schools.