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Springs Elementary School

Partners in Education

2008-2009


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Boardwalk Bowl- 10749 East Colonial Drive, Orlando. 407-384-0003

Boardwalk Bowl became a PIE in 2003. Boardwalk Bowl will donate gift certificates for student achievement as well as coupons for students to bowl free with an adult. You can find out more information at: www.alomabowlingcenters.com 

Chick-fil-A- 633 North Alafaya Trail, Orlando. 407 281-8897

Chick-fil-A became a PIE in 2002. Chick-fil-A is located at the Waterford Lakes Mall. They provide coupons for student incentives and have given the school an opportunity to designate a night of the month as Cypress Springs Night. Cypress Springs Elementary will receive 10% of all profits made that night that will be be used to support the Cypress Springs Relay for Life Team. Designated nights will be posted in the school newsletter and students will be given stickers the day of the event to remind parents. In addition, the Chick-fil-A cow will come to school for various events and student celebrations. You can find out more information at: www.chick-fil-a.com/ 

Domino’s Pizza- 2712 South Chickasaw Trail, Orlando. 407 384-8686

Domino’s became a PIE in 1997. Domino’s will be donating student awards (free pizza coupon) for special achievement, birthday certificates for free pizza for every student. You can find out more information at: www.dominos.com/Public-EN/ 

Florida Basketball and Volleyball Association- 1626 South Conway Road Suite B, Orlando 407-898-1669

FBVA became a PIE in 2006. They have donated t-shirts to the clinic, whistles to the physical education department and a monetary donation to the school. You can find out more information at: http://www.fbva.org/

Game Day Sports- 12789 Waterford Lakes Parkway #10, Orlando, Fl 32828 407-282-8787 

Game Day Sports became a PIE in 2008. Game Day Sports is located across from Firken & Kegler, behind the Waterford Lakes Movie Theater. At Game Day Sports, you will find the most extensive selection of University of Central Florida (UCF), University of Florida (UF), and Florida State University (FSU) merchandise in Central Florida. Game Day Sports will have scheduled nights for the CSE community to come in and shop and a percentage of the sales will go back to the school. In addition, they will donate items and gifts to the school for gift baskets and door prizes. You can find out more information at:http://www.gamedaystores.com

Grub Taxi- 1802 North Alafaya Trail, Orlando, Fl 32826 407-770-6004 Grub Taxi became a PIE in March 2009. They deliver to East Orlando including: Avalon Park, Waterford Lakes, Union Park, and the UCF area. They are a premiere multi-restaurant food delivery service. Grub Taxi partners with the areas' finest restaurants like: California Pizza Kitchen, Houlihan's, &Diner and many others to deliver a variety of restaurant prepared meals to your home or office. They support CSE by donating food and gift cards to support the staff. You can find out more information at www.grubtaxi.com

Internal Power Martial Arts- 3861 Avalon Park Blvd East, Orlando. 407-382-8888

 Internal Power became a PIE in 2004. They will provide demonstrations for Physical Education classes, scholarships for students to attend classes as well as “Stranger Danger” and “Safety Village” activities for Kindergarten and First grade students. You can find out more information at: http://www.internalpower.info/

Junior Achievement- 2121 Camden Road, Orlando. 407 898-2121

Junior Achievement became a PIE in 2000. They will provide a six week curriculum to every K-5 class at Cypress Springs. The Burnett Honors College has trained approximately 45 students to present lessons and activities that will bridge education and business. You can find out more information at: http://orlando.ja.org/

Kiwanis Club of East Orange County- P.O. Box 677536, Orlando. 

The Kiwanis Club became a PIE in 1997. They provide monthly recognition through the Kiwanis “Terrific Kids” program, recognize a Teacher of the Month, Student of the Year, participate in the annual Teach-In event and provide an opportunity for the K-Kids to participate in community service.

Orlando Metro Gymnastics- 1501 South Alafaya Trail, Orlando 407-207-4110

OMG became a PIE in 2006. OMG will be hosting a Cypress Springs Open Gym Night. Parents can drop off students at the gym for a two hour session. Students will have a chance to participate in organized gymnastics centers. OMG will also provide gymnastics equipment and a licensed coach free of charge to our PE department during the gymnastics unit for all K-5 students. OMG also donated $100.00 to Cypress Springs for the school health room. You can find out more information at: http://orlandometrogymnastics.com/

Painted by Hue- 2822 South Alafaya Trail, Orlando. 407-282-5556

Art by Hue became a PIE in 2005. They will provide field trip opportunities either at school or at the studio, discounted prices during special events at the studio as well as every Friday night Cypress Springs students and families get reduced studio fees and 10% of their ceramic purchases are donated to the school. You can find out more information at: www.paintedbyhue.com 

Sylvan Learning Centers- 10815 Dylan Loren Circle, Orlando 407-207-8050

Sylvan Learning Centers became a PIE in 2009. They will be hosting a PTA Math Night in October, participating in the PTA Fall Festival as well as generously donating treats for the staff during Staff Appreciation Week in May 2010. You can find out more information at: www.sylvanorlando.com

The Club- The Club is Orange County Mayor Richard Crotty’s unique youth initiative and incentive program designed to reward Orange County youth for making positive choices about how to spend their free time. Its purpose is to motivate youth ages 5 to 19 to get involved in character-building recreational activities and to reward them for making the positive choice to do so.

Through many business and recreation partnerships, the Club is a one-stop shop for youth recreation throughout Orange County. Youth who want to join the Club can choose from hundreds of programs offered by our Recreation Partners in their school or community. Once enrolled in a Recreation Partner Program, youth may join the Club for free. As a member, each child receives a membership card or key tag used to take full advantage of the great benefits being a Club members offers. Through business partnerships, Club membership entitles youth to benefits including: free bus service on Orlando’s local mass transit provider (LYNX); discounts at local businesses; and admission to free or discounted monthly member-exclusive events, from free movies to free theme-park admission. The Club’s ultimate goal is to encourage and reward youth to get involved and stay involved in positive recreational activities. You can find out more information at: www.theocClub.net 

Universal Entertainment and Skating Center- 866 South Goldenrod Road, Orlando. 407 282-3142

 Universal Entertaining became a PIE in 1997. They sponsor school skating parties throughout the year and donate portions of net sales to school PTA, provide incentives for student recognition as well as skating passes for student and staff recognition. You can find out more information at:http://www.universalskatingcenter.com/

Givetcard.com- Local businesses, helping local people, helping local charities; this is the cycle of giving created from the GivET Card. We've partnered up with a number of generous businesses to provide our card members with great deals on the products and services they love. Not only do the businesses and card member benefit from this partnership, the local charities that we support benefit as well. We donate 100% of the profits from our card sales to local charities in need.

Now more than ever, people who can help, should help. The GivET Card benefits everyone involved in our cycle of giving, and as our card members increase, we plan to steadily expand the amount of charities we support. We are also working with local organizations interested in fundraising. These groups will not only raise money to support their cause, but also assist us in supporting the charities we've teamed up with. Together we can make a significant difference in our city. For more information please visit www.givetcard.com

Cypress Springs Elementary School would like to thank each and every Partner in Education for their continued support that allows our students to succeed and reach their full potential. Please help us by supporting our wonderful Partners in Education throughout the 2006-2007 school year. Thank you.