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Every donation is important. How do I give to Annual Giving? Can I donate throughout the year?
Can I pay in installments? Each class will have a class dinner near the beginning of the school year for the parents in each class.
This party provides an opportunity for parents to get to know their classroom teacher and aide and the other parents in the class. You will also have an opportunity to learn more about Annual Giving at the dinner and donate that night.
Pledge forms are also available in the office or through your head room parent. You can donate all at once at any time during the year or pay in installments.
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We encourage people to donate at the start of the school year because we start incurring expenses before the start of school. Is my donation to Annual Giving tax deductible? Thank you letters for tax-filing purposes are sent via e-mail to all donors prior to the end of the calendar year.
Does Kenter accept matching grants, gifts from non-Kenter parents and stock? Yes to all of the above.
Thanks to stock donations, company matching grants and the generosity of community members, neighbors and grandparents, Kenter has raised thousands of dollars in additional funds for our children.
He battles the skepticism of his family, a battalion of bureaucrats who try to slow him down with rules and regulations and an angry neighbor who does everything in his power to stop construction.
Against the odds, the school's parents plan to reincarnate the house as their dream library. In both stories, the house is the main character. In the movie, Monroe's dream house slowly transforms everyone who comes in contact with it--his troubled son, his neighbor, his ex-wife and her new husband.
Kenter Canyon parent Scott MacGillivray hopes the same thing will happen with the new library. This is what we are teaching our kids--that together we can accomplish anything. Parents are heavily involved in the school.
But the library scheme is of a scale that dwarfs even the previous projects that Kenter Canyon parents have undertaken. When studios finish shooting a movie, they usually raze the set and dump it. It's quick and prevents liability problems.
And the House Lived Happily Ever After
On the eve of the house's destruction, the film's costume designer Molly Maginnis, a Kenter Canyon parent, brought fellow parent MacGillivray, who brought a contractor, yet another Kenter Canyon parent, to see the house at its location on the grounds of the shuttered Marineland Aquarium on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
MacGillivray came to the site hoping to salvage lumber for a trellis structure at another school. But when he saw the 1,square-foot house, he was stunned by its size and workmanship.