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Thank You for STANDING UP for Rowland Hall: Our 2021 Virtual Auction
This has been a challenging year. Yet we’ve made our way through it by standing up—standing up for the health and safety of our kids, teachers, school, and community.
Standing up takes courage. Yet it's the very thing that weaves our hearts together and makes us a unified community. When people stand up, we can find ourselves laughing together… sometimes we end up crying together… and sometimes, coming together gives us the strength, courage, and resources to overcome every challenge the world throws at us. That's what the people of Rowland Hall have done this year and hope to continue doing through the coming year.
And so, April 12–17, we'll celebrate what it means to “stand up.” We'll highlight ways in which our community has stood up for what they believe in. We also want to have a bit of fun. The event will feature a stand-up comedian along with other members of our community telling jokes. We'll have adults and children from our community submit videos of themselves telling jokes. We'll pick the best and cutest and weave them together into our April 17 virtual program. Please join us!
Initiatives Supported by the 2021 Auction
Faculty Professional Development
Rowland Hall fosters a culture that enables educators to explore and incorporate current research into their teaching practices and student learning. The auction will support opportunities for faculty professional learning, growth, and collaboration. Empowering our faculty with the latest research on education, teaching, and learning allows them to provide differentiated approaches to instruction and to better assess student learning.
Rowland Hall values socioeconomic diversity and is dedicated to building an inclusive school community. The school provides over $2.61 million per year in financial aid and scholarships to students in grades K–12. All financial aid awards offered by Rowland Hall are grants, not loans, and do not have to be repaid. Currently, 22% of K–12 students receive financial aid.
This year, COVID-19 greatly impacted our school. From creating hybrid and virtual learning experiences, to upgrading the physical buildings, the learning landscape has changed and our needs have evolved. Setting aside available funds for urgent and emerging needs during this time ensures our school can continue to offer education to our 880 students.
Questions and Volunteer Opportunities
If you have a question about the auction or would like to volunteer, please email Director of Alumni and Community Engagement Hilary Amoss.
|Andrea and John Miller, Auction Chairs|
|Hilary Amoss, Director of Alumni and Community Engagement|
|Kathryn Pickford, Administrative Assistant to the Beginning School and Auction Assistant|
|Alex Von Maack|
|Krystal Kendell, Solicitations Co-Chair|
|Jeanna Ryan, Solicitations Co-Chair|
|Andrea Miller, Auction Chair|
|Frances Reagan Copinga|