IKES Spirit Rock FAQs
How can I Rent the Rock?
You can reserve the IKES Spirit Rock online by clicking here.
How much does it cost to rent the rock and how do I pay?
It is $20 to rent the IKES Spirit Rock. 100% of your donation goes back to IKES. Payments must be made by cash or check payable to IKES PTA. Payment must be received within 2 business days of your signup request, or your signup date will be forfeited.
What supplies do I need?
You will typically need two to three cans of spray paint for the base coat and additional paint for your design. For more intricate designs, craft paint, foam brushes and even stencils work great.
What can I reserve the rock for?
You can reserve the rocks for anything!! A student’s birthday, thank a teacher or staff member, congratulatory events, good luck on competitions and tournaments, recognizing milestones… The rock is a fun way to spread any kind of positive message. Please note that profanity and political messages are not permitted.
What if I reserve the rock and the weather is bad?
The rock can be towel dried and the paint will adhere even in the rain and or snow if you want to brave the elements. If painting in the rain or snow is not your thing, revisit the calendar and pick the next available date.
Can the IKES PTA paint the rock for me?
IKES and/or IKES PTA is not responsible for painting the rock. You can find someone to paint it for you, but painting the rock is fun, and we are sure that no matter what you do, the person you are painting it for will love it.
If you would like to hire someone to paint the rock for you, check out the following links:
*Important Note: These services are not affiliated with IKES PTA and will require a separate, additional payment to the artist. Before you book any paint services, please be sure you have reserved and paid your rock reservation with IKES PTA.
What if the rock is already reserved on the date I want?
Rock reservations are on a first come, first served basis so make your reservations NOW!! If the date you want is already reserved, choose the next available date, either before or after.
What if I’m painting the rock and someone shows up thinking they reserved it?
If this happens, please contact Sara Kirkpatrick at [email protected]