You make us honored to be a part of this ALLHEART community. What a blast and privilege it was to join together as a community virtually as you made the 36th Annual Crab Fest a huge success! And your support on Saturday makes the Marsha Niemann Athletic Training Room in the Colin Chadwick '08 Team Center possible.
By the numbers:
Over $90,000 raised in our Fund-A-Need for the Marsha Niemann Athletic Training Room in the Colin Chadwick '08 Team Center
Over 500 live event viewers on YouTube
464 Crab orders
93 Meatball orders
556 raffle tickets sold
118 volunteer hours
709 bids placed in our silent and live auctions
1st ever virtual Crab Fest raised nearly as much money as our in-person event thanks to you!
Hear from our Director of Philanthropy, Andrea Flores, and our Alumni Relations Coordinator and Assistant Athletic Director, Andrew Bettencourt '02 as they spell out what this will mean for over 70% of our students who participate in one or more sports at Justin-Siena!
The Clark Gym will now equitably house:
Boys and girls locker rooms
Two team meeting rooms
A coaches office
A remodel of our already thriving Athletic Training room
Your support is vital to continue to ensure our facilities meet the standard of excellence. Your commitment has driven our recent strategic initiatives such as the Clark Gym renovation in 2017, the Braves Grove in 2018, the 400 wing air conditioning in 2019, and more.
With $1 million already committed we are aggressively pursuing a fast timeline towards building 8, two bedroom cottages on the north side of campus. These cottages will be a place that will allow our staff to save and start their families while comfortably being a part of our own. St John Baptist de la Salle spoke of, “one commitment leading to another.” Through this commitment to both retaining and attracting capable teachers they can commit to being a part of our family while being a key part of yours. Currently 40% of faculty and staff commute outside of Napa proper to come to school every day. Our students feel at home when they enter the classroom. We want our teachers to share and experience that same comfort, love and support right here on campus.
For our 2020 Fund-A-Need we will be supporting our recently announced faculty housing project.
Justin-Siena has exceptional students, talented faculty and staff, and has prepared students to serve and to lead since 1966. While it might be cold in January, the 400 wing is one of the hottest places in Napa in the warm months...and it doesn’t have to be that way!
At the junction of three athletic fields, concessions, and the Braves Fitness Center, our campus has an unused space ready to be transformed! Help us create new traditions by being a founding sponsor of Braves Grove—a place for much more than game-time breaks.
Make an Immediate Impact: You can make an immediate impact on ALL students—the Fitness Center in Dodd Stadium. It’s one thing to renovate an aged facility, but since we teach our students to think big—so are we. We are re-envisioning the existing space in a way that leverages its location and makes it available to all students.
“There’s an APP for that!” When school opens in August, all students will receive an iPad as part of a new 1:1 iPad program being launched for the 2013-14 academic year. Widely identified as an important educational tool with an immense capacity for learning and engaging with peers on campus and around the globe, these iPads are just the beginning of a new era of excellence in education at Justin-Siena.
If we want our students to be able to join fast-paced, data-driven communication and decision-making, and to be able to respond and contribute carefully, thoughtfully, ethically, analytically, we must have wireless.