Photo courtesy of Kathleen Ballard.
Business Partners & Donors
The big part of our fundraising program is our Business Partnership program, which is
complemented by the gifts of individual donors.
The Partnership Program is one way that local businesses
can support our schools. Local businesses support our schools, and
school families support our businesses and provide the employees that
make our businesses thrive. All participants in the Partnership Program
will receive recognition in the school directory (which is distributed
to all school families at the start of each school year).
District Partners ($5000) will receive
a full-page ad in the school directory, with School Partners ($2500)
receiving half-page ads, and will receive recognition at the entrance
of each school.
Roche Harbor Resort
Classroom Partners ($1000) receive a
quarter-page ad in the directory, and will receive recognition at the
entrance of each school
Library Partners ($500) receive
business card sized ads in the school directory, and will receive
recognition at the entrance of each school
By Design/San Juan Update
Friday Harbor Drug
Islands Veterinary Clinic
Kathleen Ballard Photography
Paul & Nina LeBaron
Rocky Bay Cafe
San Juan Leos
Knowledge Partners ($250) will be
listed in the directory by name and on a poster at each school entry,
and Book Partners ($100) will receive their name on a special
Blue Water Bar & Grill
Pacific Rim Insulation
San Juan Septic
Tif & Gif Creative
Whidbey Island Bank
• We appreciate the time and effort the San Juan Community
Foundation has put in during the state funding budget crunch - they
were essential to our 2008 campaign to Save Our Schools (SOS), which
raised some $550,000 along with our foundation.
• A big thank you to Dr. Keith Bell, President of the
American Swimming Association, for helping to organize and collect
donations totaling $400.00 which covered the entire cost of swimming
for the High School Life-Time Sports class during Winter Term. In
addition, a deep gratitude to Paul and Sam at the San Juan Island
Fitness Club for making the pool available for the course.
The Homecoming Parade is a highlight each
year - that's the Class of 2009
leading the charge. Photo by Ian Byington/San Juan Update.