Three Seminole County schools are the recipients of cash prizes after winning the 2014 Simon Scholars School Reward program held at Seminole Towne Center. Idyllwilde Elementary, Goldsboro Elementary and Wilson Elementary received cash prizes of $1,500, $1,000 and $500 respectively.
Between August 1 and November 30 last year, shoppers earned one point for every $1 spent at the mall and applied those points to the participating school of the shopper’s choice. A grand total of 182,888 points were accumulated during the promotion. Of those total points, Idyllwilde Elementary accumulated 37,755 points, Goldsboro Elementary accumulated 36,793 points and Wilson Elementary accumulated 32,299 points.
The final results of schools from the 2014 Simon Scholars School Reward Program at Seminole Towne Center are as follows: Idyllwilde Elementary (Sanford) ranked 1st with 37,755 points; Goldsboro Elementary (Sanford) ranked 2nd with 36,793; Wilson Elementary (Sanford), ranked 3rd with 32,299; Pine Crest Elementary (Sanford) ranked 4th with 18,017; Bentley Elementary (Sanford) ranked fifth with 17,592; Timbercrest Elementary (Deltona), ranked 6th with 14,536; Freedom Elementary (Deland) ranked 7th with 12,113; Sabal Point (Longwood) ranked 8th with 3,001; Woodlands Elementary (Longwood) ranked 9th with 2,729; Markham Woods Road Middle (Lake Mary) ranked 10th with 1,152; Orange City Elementary (Orange City) ranked 11th with 1,107; River Springs Middle (Orange City) ranked 12th with 1,031; DeBary Elementary (DeBary) ranked 13th with 1,023; Partin Elementary (Oviedo) ranked 14th with 967; Forest Lake Elementary (Deltona) ranked 15th with 948; Southwest Middle (Deland) ranked 16th with 915; and Indian Trails Middle (Winter Springs) ranked 17th with 910 points.
Sixty six schools were invited to participate in the contest based on their proximity to the mall, however, 17 schools agreed to participate in the promotion.
The program dedicates itself to giving back to the community. The next Simon Scholars School Reward Program will run August 7–November 30, 2015 at Seminole Towne Center.