ONE ISI STUDENT SUPPORT
With commitments that include a combined $75,000 pledge made by all students in our Lower School, age 3 to grade 5, the ONE ISI campaign is being powered by the generosity of our students, who, with support from families at home, have created unique fundraising opportunities to support the vision for a unified campus.
GRYPHON TIMES LAUNCHED TO BENEFIT CAMPAIGN
Grades 4 and 5 Spanish and French track students have launched the Gryphon Times, a newspaper which will publish seven editions throughout the school year. Newspapers are sold in exchange for a donation, which will then be given to the ONE ISI campaign.
GRYPHON ORNAMENTS SOLD TO BENEFIT ONE ISI
Pre-Kindergartener Hermione Audrey-Pence and her family hosted a Gryphon ornament sale before and during the Lower School Holiday Concert. The family donated all of the proceeds to the ONE ISI campaign while selling families a memorable holiday keepsake!
FIRST GRADERS DONATE HOLIDAY COOKIE SALES
HOT CHOCOLATE SALE PROCEEDS DONATED TO ONE ISI
Grade 3 students Sidney Calladwader and Coco Waters and kindergarten student Tessa Calladwader held a hot chocolate sale over the Winter Break. The group raised $200, which was presented to Ms. Head by check to benefit the ONE ISI campaign.
SCARF SALE PROCEEDS BENEFIT ONE ISI
Grade 3 Spanish track language students hand made ISI scarves for sale. The group sold out its supply in a single morning earning hundreds of dollars for the campaign while also helping our community to keep warm.
FIRST GRADER GOES TO WORK TO RAISE CAMPAIGN FUNDS
First grade student Corrine Sherrill took on extra chores at home in November, earning $7 from her parents for her support around the house. She then committed all of those hard-earned dollars to the ONE ISI campaign, presenting the funds to Lower School principal Trina Haygaru.
ORIGAMI AUCTION NETS CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
LOWER SCHOOL TO SUPPORT SLIDE CONSTRUCTION
In November, the Lower School launched a school-wide effort to raise $75,000 for the ONE ISI campaign. The goal amount will give students and faculty members "naming rights" to the indoor slide planned as a part of the new Chen Family Lower School building, meaning all names will be displayed in some way as a part of the slide installation.
POP-UP SALES GENERATE FUNDS
Over two days in October, Diego and Sophia Tori welcomed fellow ISI classmates and families to school during morning drop off while pairing pastries and coffee for $5 with all sales benefitting the ONE ISI campaign.