Students Party at Pizza Factory

Attributions: 
Max Schreiner, SJHS Staff Writer

This year the students of Springville Junior High sold cookie dough as a fundraiser to raise money to help our school look nicer. Students received prizes for selling cookie dough.  If students wanted the big prize then they could sell 20 tubs of cookie dough and be rewarded with a limo ride and lunch.

On December 3, 2009 all the students who sold 20 tubs of cookie dough or more went to The Pizza Factory, the students who sold 24 or more got to bring along a friend of their choice. The students traveled by black Hummer Limousine.

When they arrived at the Pizza Factory, they were seated and discovered that they could have as much pizza as they wanted. Jesse Martinsen, eighth-grade student who sold 24 tubs of cookie dough, said, “It was some of the best pizza I’ve ever had!”

Some students are hopeful that the junior high will do the same system of sell and be rewarded next year. Alexis Delange, an eighth-grade student who sold 21 tubs of cookie dough, said, “I hope they do the same type of reward next year!”