NOBLESVILLE – With the addition of a new student referral program, both current and prospective students of Options Schools will have opportunities to be recognized for taking an active role in growing the impact of Options.
This program was created in order to acknowledge those students and families that continue to promote Options by spreading the word about how we serve students. Through this new program, students will be able to earn an assortment of items that include lunch account credit, Options gear and more.
The program will go into effect on May 1, 2019.
How it works:
1.) Who can participate?
Any student who is currently enrolled at Options Charter Schools can participate in this program.
2.) How do we take part in the program?
In order to receive rewards, you must spread the word about Options Schools to your neighbors, friends and co-workers. Tell them what you love about Options and encourage them to schedule a tour. For every student you refer to us that attends our school for three months, the referring student will receive a $10 lunch credit!
3.) How are the different recognition levels determined?
Each new student, along with the student who referred them, will also receive Options gear. Lunch credit will be capped at $50 for each student, even if having referred more than five students. The student with the most referrals on March 1 and October 1 will also receive an Options Prize Pack, which will include Options-branded gear and more. (Value of prize pack contents will be less than $50)
4.) When will lunch credit be applied to each student’s account?
At the beginning of each month, qualifying students will have credit added to their lunch account.
5.) How will Options know a student was referred?
The school has a question on our online application asking, “How did you hear about Options Charter Schools?” The applicant should note the student who referred them. The school has also added an online form that the referring student can fill out and submit that will tell us the name of the child/family they referred to Options.
For additional information about the program, email Andrew Piper.