PCSD Schools can win $5,000, $3,000, or $2,000 grants!
Every school with a minimum 50% participation gets a $1,000 grant!
We are very pleased to bring back the 1st, 2nd , and 3rd place grants for the PCSD schools with the highest participation. Racers as well as walkers will count towards the grant!
Our Title Sponsor, Ragnar Relay Series, is providing the funding for these grants.
Every school with a minimum of 50% participation will receive a $1,000 grant from PCEF.
Rules for the Ragnar Challenge Grants are as follows:
- Every participant may receive points towards the PCSD school of their choice
- The PCSD school is chosen on the registration form, and may not be changed.
- Running with Ed racers get 4 points
- Walk-a-Thon walkers get 1 point
- Points may not be split between schools
- Virtual walkers* get 1 point(see definition below)
- Points are tallied based on registration forms turned into PCEF
- Registration forms MUST be turned in by deadlines
- Running with Ed deadline is 4/18
- Walk-a-Thon deadline is 5/10
- Walk-A-Thon registrations will be accepted the day of the event, and those registration points will count towards the grant
- Award is given to the school that has the highest percentage, defined as the number of participation points divided by total number of students at that school
- Final student numbers will be taken from PCSD records on May 1, 2012
- Updates on school standings will be posted on RWE Facebook page
- Final results will be announced on Randy Barton’s show on KPCW, as well as posted on our Facebook page
- No refunds
*A ‘virtual walker’ is a paid Walk-a-Thon registration, but is not an actual person. Virtual walkers will be noted on registration forms. A virtual walker is worth one point.
The 4th annual Running with Ed (RWE) relay is May 18th, 2013. This 38-mile, 10 leg race traverses spectacular Park City, and gets you home in time to see the kids soccer game or catch a movie. The course offers everything from trail to pavement, challenging climbs to fast downhills, easy legs for beginners and tough ones for experts. Winding past Olympic venues, iconic landmarks, City Park, neighborhood schools, and historic Main Street, this is Park City’s best!