Buy Your Tickets Today for SWSF’s Gala Dinner on April 26
Judi Fenton, an international educational consultant and former Principal of the South Whidbey Primary School, will be our keynote speaker. (To learn more about Judi and what she will be speaking about, click here.)
There will also be a brief presentation by the Underwater Robotics Club which has been a recipient of the Foundation’s grants. To round out the evening, Jim Freeman, South Whidbey’s Conductor of Fun, will conduct an auction of fabulous donations, including a 4-night Fairmont Hotel or Resort junior suite package at several locations in the U.S. and Canada. Then Superintendent Dr. Jo Moccia will oversee the medallion competition. (Last year’s popular game to end the evening.)
You can either purchase your tickets online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/587187 or, you can write a check to SWSF, mark “Gala” in the memo area and mail it to:
SWSF / PO Box 24 / Freeland, WA 98249.
Tickets are $75 per person and include a choice of three entrees.
If mailing in a check, please download and print this Gala Ticket PDF form and indicate your choice of either roast prime rib with au jus and horseradish sauce, grilled salmon with beurre rouge, or Portobello Wellington (a vegetarian entree). Each dinner includes a green salad with tomato, asiago cheese and balsamic vinaigrette or a Caesar salad, chef’s selection potato or rice pilaf, fresh seasonal vegetable, and a fabulous chocolate dessert with after dinner coffee. Wine will also be served with dinner.
This is going to be the best event we’ve ever put on, so don’t miss out.
Questions? Call dinner docents Jean Shaw (360-221-5159) or Susie Richards at (360-929-2606).
Remember, all the net proceeds are used for teacher-requested innovative classroom grants.
South Whidbey Schools Foundation
Children, families and the community benefit from having a strong school system.
South Whidbey is a community which supports quality education through its willingness to pass school levies and build facilities; high attendance at concerts and athletic events; and engagement with issues surrounding quality education.
Even so, budgets are tight. Teachers with innovative ideas for classroom projects in their subject area often lack the funding for needed resources.
That’s where we come in. The South Whidbey Schools Foundation has a three-fold purpose:
providing financial support for projects outside the scope of the school district budget which foster educational excellence and innovative process for the benefit of students;
recognizing and rewarding teaching excellence through two annual awards;
serving as the administrative agency for numerous gifts from individuals and foundations, plus state and federal grants for activities and groups.
Email: SWSF Board President
Mail: SWSF / PO Box 24 / Freeland, WA 98249