COVID-19 Relief Fund
Our dedicated faculty, writing what they miss while working from home.
We know that there are CWS families that are struggling and may be challenged financially this spring. To meet this community challenge, we must rally together and commit to each other and our school. Because of these challenges, the gap between the cost of our education and our tuition collections will be greater than ever. Thus, our fundraising efforts are more critical than ever. This spring, our Annual Fund will be a CWS Relief Fund and will help to support those CWS families whose financial stability is shaken. The Relief Fund will help to ensure that our faculty and staff can remain focused on delivering the education, and that our school remains vibrant in preparation for our physical return. We know that our funding gap will grow and thus we are taking the bold step to increase our yearly goal by $50,000 and are resetting our Annual Fund Goal for $300,000. The CWS community needs your support.
We've had so many generous donations coming in that we wanted to take a moment to highlight and thank those in our community who have given their support:
Cathy and Lee Boyce – former trustee, grade school and high school parents
Lisa Conforti and Will Lockwood – grade school parents
Lisa Donofrio and Robert Wild– former trustee, grade school and high school parents
Natalie French – grandparent
Kerry and Scott Galson – grade school parents
Melissa and Robert Gordon – Board President, grade school parents
Anna and Noah Hartman – grade school parents
Dan Hoffmann and Kristen Hoffmann – Trustee, PTO, Staff, and grade school parents
Amy and Michael Kahn – trustee and alumni parents
Jessica and Thomas McCarthy – PTO and faculty, grade school and high school parents
Breanne Petersen and Matt Eging – faculty, trustee and E.C and grade school parents
Michael and Jackson Rosenthal in honor of Sally Rosenthal – former trustee and high school parent and student
Anne Wagner – high school parent
Thomas and Jessica McCarthy – faculty and grade school and high school parents
Giving via SMART Tuition
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