All of our auction item descriptions are online now! The pre-bidding is open and you may also sign up for group events. Check out this AMAZING photo from the GUFS dodgeball team (they made t-shirts!!) You can sign your child up to participate in the teacher vs student game (item #78) today. Thank you to all of our auction donors, you are the best! We can't wait to see everyone on Saturday!
[Earrings by Gabrielle Sanchez in rare white turquoise] We spend a lot of time talking about our kids. That makes sense, we are of course the Garrison Children's Education Fund. How about we flip the focus and spotlight some amazing GUFS parents who are donating their skills, talents and job resources to our silent auction! * Bid on a beautiful collection of five paper art pop-up books (including Gaudi, Escher, Dali, Star Trek, Pop Up Numbers), by Courtney Watson McCarthy, lo
We have more Spring Thaw auction teasers for you! We've gone to our neighboring cities Beacon and Peekskill and found the best unique experiences for our Spring Thaw guests to experience. Would you be interested in ... * A magical opportunity to go to Hudson Beach Glass studio in Beacon to blow your own ornament and take home a hand blown bowl in sapphire? * An opportunity to learn about an array of wines in a private tasting and consultation at Artisan Wine Shop in Beacon wi
Next week, your kids will hear all about the amazing teacher items coming to Spring Thaw in April. Here is a preview: * Your child and one friend or sibling can spend time with Mrs. Ricci with an ice cream at your choice of a nearby ice cream location. Last year this caused quite a bidding war! * Join Mrs. D’Onofrio in an afternoon of cookie making, decorating fun! No baking/decorating experience necessary but MUST have experience eating cookies! * Join our beloved second gra
Last July, the PCNR had a great article that mentioned our first ever Principal for a Day raffle: "The Principal For A Day raffle program allowed four young students to shadow Mrs. I for a day, involving them in meetings, and giving them a taste of life on the other side of schooling. The temporary gig came with some responsibility, but all the students met it with maturity and respect. The winners were sixth grade Emerson Del Monte, who came prepared with research on extende