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Annual Fund Class Giving Percentages Start Rising

Thank you to the parent leaders who’ve supported Saint George’s philanthropic goals this calendar year. The Annual Fund Drive has already raised over $54,000 by Dec. 1st, putting us at 24% of the overall $225,000 goal. Here are the percentages of families giving so far by class:

If you would like to provide a philanthropic, tax-deductible gift to the Saint George’s Annual Fund by the end of the calendar year, please Click Here. The Annual Fund directly supports all 325 students, whether it’s through fine arts, technology provided on and off campus, faculty professional development, or new programs like the Brain Space.

With gratitude and excitement for what lies ahead this academic year,

Jamie Tender, Head of School

Pam Kohlmeier, MD, JD, FACEP
Board of Trustees President

Tailgate Party Before Dec. 8 Games

The Booster Club is holding a Tailgate Party on Friday, Dec. 8 from 3-5pm in the Dragon’s Den (lower level of Metters Gym) before the boys and girls basketball games vs Chewelah that evening. See the Tailgate Party Flyer for more details. This special event also ties into the Lower School Basketball Night that evening. The teams are encouraging everyone to wear NEON for the games to support our teams. Go Dragons!

RSVP for SGS Adult Trivia Night on 30th

Saint George’s Center for Family Engagement will host the annual Trivia Night for parents, alumni, faculty/staff, and friends on November 30 at 6:30pm in the Upper School Courtyard. (View the Flyer!) Enjoy a casual evening of drinks, appetizers, and five rounds of trivia to connect, compete, and have fun. Cost is $10 per person, and teams can pay with cash or card at the door. RSVP ASAP via email to Meghan Kilgore and form a team to play with – team sizes can range from 2-6 people.

Check Out the Parent Association Group on Edsby

The SGS Parent Association has a group page on Edsby worth checking out. After you login to Edsby, click on Saint George’s School, then Groups, then SGS Parent Association. You will see recent news posts, resources, and a library of documents that may be helpful to you as SGS parents.

See Lower School Science Day Activities

Lower School Science Day on Nov. 21 featured a STEM challenge in the Library, robots on the floors of their rooms, and scientific poster presentations. Here are photo galleries of the Kindergarteners Drawing Paths for little robots to follow and Building an Igloo out of toothpicks and marshmallows. Also view galleries of the 2nd and 4th graders Building Igloos, the 3rd graders Presenting Science Experiments, and the 4th graders’ Displays on Invasive Species.