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MHS Updated Fundraising System


MHS Fundraising Opportunity Form.pdf

MHS Fundraiser Approval Form.pdf


Over the past few years, there has been an overwhelming number of fundraisers, which has created an inefficiency in the MHS fundraising system. We define fundraisers as events that deal with gathering money from the student body for a cause. Thus, events outside of school, such as Culver’s share nights, are not considered fundraisers. As the Leadership Committee of MHS, we have addressed that student organizations of MHS should work together to raise money for the better of all groups instead of competing against one another for the attention of the student body. This way, the student body doesn’t feel pressure to constantly donate, and student organizations are more successful in their fundraisers.

The student organization body of Middleton High School will hold a fundraising event every semester. Each club, starting in Semester Two of 2020, will have the opportunity to fundraise at each of the school fundraising events, or to simply promote their organization and cause. In order to fundraise at the fundraising opportunity, they must fill out the Fundraising Opportunity Form. The donations received will be split based on need and the fulfillment of the requirements. Advertising will go out throughout the district and into the general community.


However, the freedom of fundraising creativity won’t be lost. If a student organization would like to fundraise separately from the semesterly fundraising event, they must fill out the Fundraiser Approval Form, and will be limited to one external fundraiser per year. If another student organization submits a fundraising form for a similar cause, we will ask of a mutually beneficial partnership between clubs.


Questions? Email Ms. Klassy at or Mr. White at 

Or contact the 2019 - 2020 students: 

Serena Raval (senior): National Honors Society, Student Council, and Key Club

Abhav Soni (senior): SAGE and Student Senate

Daphne Joyce Wu (sophomore): Green Team

Emery Engling (junior): HOSA and Interact Club

Julia Hylbert (senior): HOSA and STAND

Lili McGuffey (senior): Model UN and Stage Crew

Lily Baird (senior): DECA and Mock Trial

Nikki Yu (junior): Future Problem Solvers and Global Outreach

Tyler Wilson (senior): FBLA