To PRINT the current Scrip Order Form, click on the "RCS Scrip Order Form" link on the right side of the RCS Scrip Website.
Regis Catholic Schools are now offering Scrip ordering online through this web site.
You will be able to order Scrip and track your balance using a supplied username and password.
Contact the Central Office for your username and password at (715) 830-2273, ext. 1 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scrip can also be purchased in person at:
Security Financial Bank
4217 Southtowne Drive
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Bank Lobby Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Bank Drive-up Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
You will need a photo ID.
Scrip is also available in the following locations:
St. James Parish - After all weekend Masses in the Gathering Space.
St. James School Office - 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday (When school is in session.)
St. Mary’s School - Friday mornings before school.
Immaculate Conception Parish - Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm and at weekend Masses.
FAX: (715) 835-4658
Phone: (715) 830-2273, ext. 1
|What is Scrip?|
Scrip is simply a word that means “substitute money” – in other words, Scrip is gift certificates from national and local retailers. They’re the same gift certificates that you buy at the store. Many popular retailers participate in our Scrip program including JCPenney, Macy's, Scheels, Lands End/Sears and many, many others. Locally, participating retailers include Mega Foods, Festival Foods, and Gordy’s grocery stores; Holiday, Kwik Trip and Mega gas stations and restaurants such as Culvers, Buffalo Wild Wings and Red Robin just to name a few. When you purchase Scrip, you’re purchasing negotiable gift certificates and prepaid cards that are used just like cash. You can use Scrip to purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, and other essentials, and with every purchase, you earn revenue for RCS and credit toward your Family Fee and tuition.
By using your existing household shopping budget to purchase Scrip certificates and cards, you don’t have to “sell” anything or incur any out-of-pocket expenses in order to donate to Regis Catholic Schools. We carry more than 100 vendors for groceries, clothing, toys, gifts, appliances, building supplies, restaurants, gasoline and many other goods and services on our Scrip vendor list. It’s a win-win solution for all because our Scrip retailers want to support Regis Catholic Schools and in return ask you to support them by shopping with Scrip at their stores.
|Who can purchase Scrip?|
|Anyone and everyone are welcome to purchase Scrip. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends of the family, neighbors—anyone can purchase Scrip and designate your family to receive the Family Fee credit. Or, they can purchase Scrip and designate a specific cause at one of our schools to receive the credit.|
|How does it work?|
|You purchase gift cards and certificates from the Regis Catholic Schools Scrip vendors. You pay and receive full face value for your purchases. The merchants have sold them to Regis Catholic Schools at a discount and when you make your purchase, that discount becomes profit for Regis Catholic Schools.
You may pay for your Scrip cards/certificates with cash or check.
|How can you help?|
|Use Scrip to purchase everyday items like food, clothing and gas. With every purchase using Scrip, you are earning revenue for our school system.
Use your Scrip purchases to reduce your $250 annual Family Fee if you have students attending Regis Catholic Schools. Families receive 50% of the profit from their Scrip purchases based on the normal Scrip profit percentage allowed by the merchant. Therefore, if a merchant allows a 10% credit, then your family would receive 5% toward reducing your Family Fee and Regis Catholic Schools would receive 5%. A Scrip year runs from April 1 - March 31.
As an added incentive to use Scrip, after a family has satisfied their Family Fee, their 50% profit is then applied to next year’s tuition at Regis Catholic Schools or to the cause of their choice at our schools.