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Stewartville Star Donation 2014

Students in the Stewartville School District recently sold magazines and Stewartville STAR subscriptions to raise money for BACPAC (Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee). The STAR has donated $675, or 10 percent of the proceeds from the sales of the newspaper, back to BACPAC. Front row, from left, are students Carter Miller, Logan McCrady and Brandon McCrady. In back, Judy Schroeder, co-publisher of the STAR, second from right, joined by husband Bill Schroeder, STAR co-publisher, presents the check to Jen Miller, president of BACPAC. In back, from left, are Heather Horstmann, vice president of BACPAC; Carrie Anderson, treasurer; and Shelly McCrady, secretary...More Information

 
 
BACPAC seeks help

BACPAC seeks help with board
By Jen Miller, Heather Horstmann, Carrie Anderson and Shelly McCrady-Spitzer


BACPAC stands for the Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee, a nonprofit volunteer group made up of dedicated parents, teachers and community members working together to enhance our children's education and promote communication between school and home.
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Homecoming Tshirts 2013

Clair Mrotek, owner of C&M Screen Printing of Stewartville, center, presented a check for $1,074 to BACPAC (the Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee) last week. Carrie Anderson, treasurer of BACPAC, left, and Heather Horstmann, vice president, accepted the check. C&M Screen Printing made homecoming T-shirts that were sold to students at Stewartville schools. One dollar from the sale of each shirt was donated to BACPAC, which typically uses donations to pay for field trips or supplies for students. A number of local businesses donated money to help pay for the T-shirts.

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BACPAC Receives Check from Stewartville Star

The Stewartville STAR donated $570 to the Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee (BACPAC) after students sold STAR subscriptions during a recent BACPAC fund raiser. The STAR also donated $150 for the end of year BACPAC party. Judy Schroeder, STAR publisher, second from left in back, ..More Information

 
 
Homecoming Tshirts 2012

Chris Dahle, owner of Identity Designs of Stewartville, second from right, presented a check for $966 to Carrie Anderson, president of BACPAC (Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee) last week. Identity Designs made homecoming T-shirts that were sold to students at Bonner, Central and Stewartville Middle School. One dollar from the sale of each shirt was donated to BACPAC, which typically uses donated money to pay for field trips or supplies for students. A number of local businesses donated money to help pay for the shirts. Ashley Jones of Identity Designs, far right, designed the T-shirts. Jennifer Hruska, treasurer of BACPAC, is at far left.

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Stewartvile Star Supports BACPAC

The Stewartville STAR has donated $861 to the Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee (BACPAC), including $720 from a portion of STAR subscription sales and $141.33 for a BACPAC party. Judy and Bill Schroeder, co-publishers of the STAR, right, present the check to Wendi Dolton, BACPAC ..More Information

 
 
BACPAC Needs You

Leanne Holland’s first-grade students at Bonner Elementary School hold a sign asking Stewartville School District parents to join BACPAC, the Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee.

 
 
Sweatshirt Contest Winner

Sydney Clausen, a fifth-grader at Central Intermediate School, drew the top design in BACPAC's recent sweatshirt design contest. Sydney is one of many fifth-graders who worked on designs for the sweatshirts in Tyne Wynn's art class. Chris Dahle of Identity Designs of Stewartville printed the design ..More Information

 
 
Homecoming Tshirts 2011

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C&M Screen Printing & Embroidery, which printed Stewartville Homecoming T-shirts, donated $1 from each shirt sold at Bonner Elementary School and Central Intermediate School to BACPAC (Bonner and Central Parent Advisory Committee). The organization will use the $744 donation for field trips. Clair Mrotek of C&M Screen Printing & Embroidery, second from right, presents the check to BACPAC officials, from left, Tricia Miller, secretary; Wendi Dolton, president; and Carrie Anderson, vice president.


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Santa Shop 2011

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Megan Giordano, left, and Autumn Feine, fifth-graders, search for gifts at the annual BACPAC Santa Shop at Central Intermediate School last week.

Santa Shop is a popular tradition

Ian Ross browsed among hundreds of easily accessible Christmas gifts at the annual BACPAC Santa Shop at Central Intermediate School last Tuesday, Dec. 6.






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