While Annual Giving remains the primary source of yearly income, several fundraisers augment funding for the school.
Community Classic is a biennial minor fundraiser, held on the years when the School does not have a Cornucopia auction. Typically a Trivia Night held here at school, this event provides a fun and relaxed atmosphere to build relationships, and raise a small amount of money to support ongoing operations of the School.
Cornucopia is a major dinner and auction held off-site on the opposite years from Community Classic. Proceeds help support ongoing operations of the School. Organized by volunteers and the Advancement Office, Cornucopia provides a fun and exciting way for parents and friends to come together to benefit all our children.
Our Annual Book Show is held in the fall and has been a tradition for more than 60 years! In collaboration with Barnes & Noble, a mini-bookstore is set up at school. Books are available for personal purchase, or to be purchased and donated to the school. 20% of the proceeds from the Book Show come back to the School for the purchase of even more books to supplement the school and classroom libraries. Two highlights of the Book Show are Grandparents Day and the Guest Author Assembly. During Grandparents Day, grandparents or special friends are invited to come and shop with the students. Those who live out of town may opt to send a donation for their grandchild(ren). Each year, through the Marilyn Goldstein Memorial Guest Author Visit Fund, a guest author visits the School and talks to the students about the writing or illustrating process and their books.
A Flower Sale is held just before the holidays to sell poinsettias and amaryllis - proceeds benefit the Community School Scholarship Fund.