To kick off the school year PTA, in conjunction with Bill Roberts Parents, hosts Direct Giving Parties as a chance to get to know the school community, share our goals, successes and raise funds. If you did not get a chance to attend a party, you can always contribute online at any time throughout the year!
Thank you to all of our party hosts and attendees for helping us raise $60,000 last year!
Every Spring, the PTA hosts its annual fundraising auction and party. This event is the single largest fundraising event of the year with the goal of raising $75,000 for our school. Not only is the auction an important fundraiser, it is also a really fun night out for parents of kids at Bill Roberts.
In the fall, Bill Roberts hosts a 5K and Family Fun Run at school. Students have the opportunity to get their artwork on the coveted Fun Run t-shirt. These shirts are allowed to be worn on Fridays. Come out and join Bill Roberts for the best family building fundraiser of the year! There is music, prizes and sponsors providing fun gifts!
Field Day is an annual event organized by the PE Department. As part of this fun outside day, kids get a chance to compete in a variety of events including jump rope contests, running races and tug-o-war. More information will be available in the spring!
Our FUNdraising Spring Carnival is a family-friendly event that is a much-anticipated night out for everyone! The gym and playground are converted into a carnival with games of chance, games of skill, a dunk tank, cakewalk and much more. Kids have the opportunity to spend time with their classmates and win prizes, all while raising a little money for our school.
Traditionally, the Drama and Music departments organize a holiday program, a talent show in the spring, and other grade-specific programs. The Drama department participates in the Denver Public Schools Shakespeare Festival with more than 100 students attending each year.
Bill Roberts hosts two popular Scholastic Book Fairs each year in the winter and spring that the kids love! These fundraisers traditionally raise enough funds to purchase 200-250 new books and promote reading.