All Day 4 CA: Class of 2024

Thursday and Friday, April 29 and 30


April 27, 2021

Dear Ninth Grade Families,

As the Grade Parents for ninth grade this year, we are writing to encourage everyone to join in this week’s All Day 4 CA. This year’s 25-hour online giving event will kick off Thursday, April 29 at 10:00 a.m. with a dollar for dollar match for the first $115,000 contributed!

This is an exciting and important time for all of us to come together for our school and teachers, who have worked so hard to stay connected with our children and meet their individual needs both in-person and online throughout this exceptional year.

Grade Participation Challenge: There’s a friendly competition this year for the grade in each Division with the most number of All Day 4 CA donors. Even if you’ve already contributed to the Annual Fund this school year, please consider a gift of $20, $100, or whatever you are inspired to do, so that we can show the Class of 2024’s “All In” spirit and 100% participation. When donating, check the box that says “Parent” and select “Class of 2024” from the dropdown menu to be counted with our class and earn the grade match.

Helpful notes for the big day: Names of donors will appear on the website without displaying the dollar amount of individual donations (you may check the “Anonymous” box, if you prefer). New this year, if you have multiple CA kids, you can make a single donation and add each of your children’s Class Years using the “+” button. Grandparents’ contributions are also welcome and can be counted with our class! Visit CA’s website for more information about the Annual Fund and All Day 4 CA. 100% of every dollar contributed is a tax-deductible charitable donation directly supporting our school, faculty and students.

Stay tuned and watch your inbox: The link to participate in All Day 4 CA will be shared Thursday at 10:00 a.m.!

Remind your kids they may wear spirit wear this Thursday in honor of ALL DAY 4 CA. The Viking Corner will be open Wednesday 4/28/21 just in case growth spurts have “shrunk” all their clothes.

Let’s Go Freshmen!

Cassandra Brigdon & Jennifer Golden

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