A Celebration of Teaching
In Honor of Diane Corwin Seltzer '67, David Smith '69, and Jeannie Williams
Saturday, June 16, 2018
6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Pine Point School
Whether it was in the art or dance rooms, in the classroom, on the playing fields or the stage, or singing with Teal (or earlier versions of the singing group), the lives of hundreds of children/alumni and parents were enriched and shaped as a result of the dedication, talent, and passion that characterize Mrs. Seltzer, Dr. Smith, and Mrs. Williams.
Three months ago we shared news of our plans to honor Mrs. Seltzer, Dr. Smith, and Mrs. Williams on June 16. Not surprisingly, the response from alumni, current and past parents, fellow faculty members, grandparents, and friends of the School has been enthusiastic: 250 people have told us they will attend! With so many guests planning to be here, we've reached maximum capacity. Registration is now closed.
You Still Can ...
1. Send a note of thanks that we will deliver for you to the teachers.
2. Share a favorite memory of your time with Mrs. Seltzer, Dr. Smith, or Mrs. Williams for inclusion in the article that will appear in the fall issue of ViewPoints.
3. Make a gift to the The Fund for Teaching Excellence, an endowment fund that supports the faculty from compensation to classroom instruction, in honor of David, Jeannie, and Diane. As an incentive for the Pine Point family, two past parents and their families will each make a gift of $10,000 if we can secure 119 total gifts. As of today, we still need 48 gifts to secure $20,000 for the endowment! We're grateful for the generosity of Barbara Timken and her son, Nick Timken '14, and the commitment of Kim Dreier and her children—John Rick '12, Julianna Rick '14, and Jamison Rick '18.
This is an incredible opportunity—please help us obtain $20,000 for Pine Point!