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We’re so excited you want to learn more about the Boosterthon Fun Run! All you have to do is fill out the quick application below. Anyone can submit their school, even if you’re not an administrator or on the board of a parent organization. But act fast—our calendar fills up quickly! (Please no student submissions!)

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Our super-friendly support team will reach out to you shortly to discuss next steps.  We’re so excited to get to know you and your school.

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