Sunset Middle School to host 4th annual Spartan Fall Crawl


September 25, 2019 | View PDF

Jocelyn Rowley

Sunset students raised $15,000 for the Fall Crawl in 2018,

Autumn brings crisp mornings, spiced treats, shorter days, and, for many excited Sunset Middle Schoolers, the annual Spartan Fall Crawl. On Oct. 4th, middle schoolers will get the chance to partake in a little friendly competition in a ninja-warrior style course that encourages the students to stay active.

Last year's Spartan Fall Crawl raised $15,000 from pledges and local business sponsors. These funds went towards school improvements such as classroom designs and renovations in addition to technological upgrades in the counselors' office. The money even helped host an all school dance, an IB leadership conference and scholarships for school supplies and field trips. This year, Sunset is hoping to raise even more to benefit the school and its students, teachers, and faculty.

This year's Spartan Fall Crawl will be held during the day on Oct. 4th and will include fifth-grade students from Sunset's feeder elementary schools. This is Sunset Middle School's main fundraiser for the year and helps generate attention, awareness, and funding for the remainder of the year and on. The sponsorship money raised will go towards field trips and materials for scholarship students. Funds may also be directed towards new furniture, the music program, and other new events for students. For those wishing to donate, go to


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