Cardinal Gibbons 2015-2016 Annual Report
2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT
By Moving Gibbons
Forward ENRICHING THE GIBBONS EXPERIENCE
Increasing students’ passion for faith, knowledge, creativity, and innovation.
4. Spiritual Life, Academics, CG Educators, Athletics, Campus Life, Arts
ADVANCING GIBBONS’ MOMENTUM
Investing in the core values of faith, service, and leadership that enable all that we do for students and families.
11. Leadership Opportunities, Service, Parents and Alumni Experience
CONNECTING GIBBONS TO THE WORLD Creating new programs and augmenting existing ones to prepare students to succeed in college and beyond.
14. Entrepreneurship, Internships, Technology 17. News Briefs 19. Fund Leaders’ Message 20. Principal’s Message 22. Impact 23. List of Donors 39. Thank you
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HIGHLIGHTS + Received the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) Exemplary School Award. + Twenty-eight student-athletes will continue to play in college. + Won six NCHSAA State Athletic Championships. + Held second annual Gibbons Family Day of Service. + Sponsored a trip to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis. + Two students received National Scholastic Art awards. + Participated in over 40 outreach efforts in the Triangle. + Students developed mobile apps with the potential for use by Cardinal Gibbons. + Launched a new club, iCube (Innovative Crusaders Understanding Business Entrepreneurship). + The Gibbons Strength and Conditioning program received the prestigious STRENGTH of America Award. + Filed for our fifth U.S. patent. + Started Application Assistance Night. + Held the first Faculty Day of Service. + Offered new parent formation opportunities. + Held the second annual Middle School Leadership Conference. + Initiated ways to expand bandwidth to provide faster Internet access.
+ Thirty-five student-artists received Regional Scholastic Art awards.
Cardinal Gibbons High School is a college preparatory school
+ Class of 2016 received over $10 million in scholarships.
the mission of Jesus Christ: to form men and men of faith,
of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh. We embrace service, and leadership in church and community.
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FEEDING THE SPIRIT IN THE CLASSROOM AND IN THE COMMUNITY Faith, some say, is something that you cannot see or touch.
students are altar servers, lectors, and Eucharistic ministers
But is it really? At Gibbons, you see faith, in the classrooms, in
at Masses at Cardinal Gibbons and also at their parishes and
the labs, on the playing fields, in every corner of our campus
at Diocesan of Raleigh events.
because we are guided in our mission by a great spiritual tradition. Gibbons continues to look for innovative ways not just to carry on that tradition but also to enhance it and its impact on forming and informing the spiritual minds, hearts, and imaginations of our students. At Gibbons, faith touches
Students, educators, and parents alike are involved in serving people in need through our outreach program and other service opportunities. They embrace this philosophy as a way of life and become resourceful, compassionate, and inspired
the entire community.
thinkers and doers.
At Gibbons, the culture of service encourages students not
Students attend grade-specific retreats and are encouraged
only to share their gifts and talents with others, but also to
to grow as servant-leaders, as well as compelling witnesses
show love for one another. An ever-increasing number of
to and communicators of the Catholic faith.
OUR SPIRITUAL LIFE PROGRAM Seeks to put Jesus Christ at the very center of all that we do at Cardinal Gibbons. Holds daily Mass, and numerous all-school celebrations of the Eucharist throughout the year. Encourages prayer at the beginning and end of the school day. Provides student-led, overnight retreats especially designed for students in each grade. Offers outreach ministries to the underprivileged, the hungry, the elderly and the homeless. Offers Diocesan leadership opportunities in vocations, Diocese of Raleigh Liturgies, and Middle School retreats. Promotes our Catholic identity and vocations. Supports a Pallbearer Society and heavily participates in March for Life.
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EXPANDING OUR SCHOOL’S INNOVATIVE ACADEMIC PROGRAM LED BY INSPIRING EDUCATORS The Gibbons experience focuses on active education.
service projects throughout the Triangle. All of these
Students not only gain knowledge, but they also learn
opportunities are possible, thanks to our educators who
how to apply it. Our budding engineers file for federal
are vital to maintaining Gibbons’ long tradition of providing
patents, aspiring techies create potential apps, and
outstanding Catholic education. At Gibbons, students
hopeful broadcast journalists report and film school and
learn to think for themselves and to forge new paths. They
Diocesan news. Then there are our future scientists who
leave Gibbons not only with the skills and drive to succeed
conduct research with area college professors and with
in the world, but also with the desire to make the world a
NASA experts, and our servant-leaders who help with
OUR ACADEMIC PROGRAM Our students’ average SAT scores consistently exceed those of other students in Wake County, the state of North Carolina, and the nation. Offer over 150 college preparatory and honors classes, and 19 AP courses. Ninety-seven percent of our graduates go on to four-year colleges/universities. Our College Counseling Department’s popular Focus programs encourage students to be proactive, preparing them before the start of school for the year ahead and, in turn, enabling them to reach their full potential. A technology program that enhances teaching and learning and prepares students for college and beyond. A student-faculty ratio of 14:1. Over 50 music, theatre, dance and visual arts classes. The Class of 2016 reported over $10 million in scholarships.
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CARDINAL GIBBONS EDUCATORS For educators at Cardinal Gibbons the focus is also on active
I N S P I R I N G E D U C AT O R S . . .
learning, thanks to the myriad professional development opportunities the school offers. “We want our educators to have the same learning experience as our students and families, and to match who we are as a school,” Assistant Principal of Instruction Nancy Barkan says adding, “that means being actively engaged in what we do from teaching and learning to community and service.” The school chose Joyful Learning as the theme for its professional development program for the 2015-2016 academic year. The vision? To affirm that what we do is good for students and to explore opportunities to enhance our teaching – joyfully, notes Barkan. In addition to the Day of Joyful Service (p.12), which was an opportunity to do service, together, and the Day of Joyful Leadership (p.11), other professional development activities included a Day of Joyful Learning to assist educators in finding the “joy in what they do every day,” she adds. On that day, 35 Gibbons educators volunteered to share their gifts and talents with their colleagues, and in turn, to help support student success. They did so in three different learning sessions that emphasized peer collaboration and support, handson learning and real-world application. All are initiatives that underscore national trends in effective professional development for educators. These activities are the latest in the school’s ongoing professional development efforts that began more than three years ago and will continue. Looking ahead, the theme for the upcoming school year is Vision 2020, which is “to explore who we are right now, who we want to be in 2020, and how we are going to achieve that,” Barkan notes. Continuing to follow national trends, the 2020 campaign will utilize blended learning, mentoring, coaching, and personalized development, along with the initiatives used last year. There will also be a new collaborative space for teaching and learning carved from the former computer lab in the school library (p.9), and an Instructional Support Coach added to the faculty. The Instructional Support Coach will provide one-on-one, small group, and hands-on support to help “teachers grow in the practice of their craft,” says Barkan. In terms of professional development, there is no going back, she adds.
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EDUCATORS OF THE YEAR Every day of every year, Gibbons educators make sure our students receive myriad opportunities to serve, lead, and succeed. The 2015-16 school year was no exception. We recognized two of our educators - Instructional Technology Department Director Lesley Coe and Science Educator Angie Melcher - last year for their service and dedication. They are among the many educators at our school who inspire us with their innovation, commitment, and generosity. We asked the honorees about their careers at Gibbons; read their answers below. Why did you want to work at Cardinal Gibbons? Lesley: I was sure I wanted to work at Gibbons when I toured the school with Principal Curtis as part of my interview process. Something magical happens when you enter the building during a school day. The school is alive and vibrant, you feel welcomed and surrounded by love.
Angie: I wanted to be part of a comprehensive Catholic high school. I taught at an all-boys Jesuit high school in Dallas, and a public high school outside of Boston and loved my experiences. After moving to Raleigh, I searched for a high school similar to my Dallas and Boston experiences. Gibbons was the perfect match! What do you enjoy most about working at Cardinal Gibbons? Lesley: I love the energy of Gibbons. Everyone is passionate about working here. That passion permeates the student body and shapes the school culture. I am excited to come to work every day and be a part of this family.
Angie: Teachers and students want to be at Gibbons. This is not a school that students must attend. They really, really want to attend and stay on campus. There is a tremendous positive energy with that. I love that anything is possible at Gibbons. What is distinctive about working at Cardinal Gibbons? Lesley: I enjoy the creative environment and permission to explore creative directions, along with that exploration is acceptance of failure. A failed project is seen as a learning opportunity and better to have taken the risk than to have missed an opportunity.
What is distinctive about working at Cardinal Gibbons? Angie: Most teachers appreciate that they are not scrutinized by the administration over daily lesson plans, and teaching to specific standards on specific days. Principal Curtis describes it best â€“ he and the administration trust us to do our jobs. Teachers can try new ideas and know that our principal will support them. We also have all the necessary tools to do so. What innovations have you introduced at Cardinal Gibbons? Lesley: We launched a 1:1 student laptop initiative, introduced Gibbons to the Friday Institute for Professional Development, integrated Google Apps for Education into our daily practice and improved our data flow between systems. The development and growth of the STARs program has been my proudest innovation. STARs is comprised of students serving Gibbons by addressing the schoolâ€™s daily tech needs and collaborating with other groups to deliver great experiences with technology.
Angie: The biggest issue in learning physics is learning how you learn physics. The innovations that I have introduced are those to help students learn about learning physics. I utilize a blended classroom, make videos instead of lecturing, and model instruction, using class time to do more studentbased activities instead of lecturing. We also use video analysis and Android/iOS apps to record and analyze data students collect in class. There are more apps developed each year for physics education.
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR
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FEEDING THE ATHLETIC SPIRIT IN THE CLASSROOM, ON THE PLAYING FIELD, AND IN THE COMMUNITY Athletics at Gibbons is an educational journey. Student-
was harder and the challenges were tougher. Still, we received
athletes learn life lessons and live out the Catholic values
the Exemplary School Award and took home six NCHSAA state
that are at the heart of our sports program: pursue excellence
championships: men’s and women’s lacrosse, and women’s
through leadership and teamwork, display strength of
golf, cross country, volleyball, and cheerleading. Through it
character at all times, respect one’s opponents, acknowledge
all, our athletes remained true to their values.
defeat with grace, and accept victory with humility.
The athletics program, today and in the future, is even more
That journey took on new meaning this year as our student-
committed to bringing out the best in all student-athletes
athletes moved up to the North Carolina High School Athletics
so they may learn, serve, lead, and succeed. To help do so
Association’s (NCHSAA) 4A classification. The competition
Gibbons has the largest number of certified coaches in the state guiding over 45 sports teams.
EXEMPLARY SCHOOL AWARD
The program is also committed to providing every student with the chance to get involved with athletics. To that end, it
Over the years, Gibbons Athletics has earned many accolades. Last year, it claimed another distinction, the NCHSAA’s Exemplary School Award, underscoring Gibbons’ commitment to athletics in the classroom, community, and competition.
is starting an intramurals program
The award recognizes the top overall school in the state in terms of the “total program,” including academics, athletic success, scope of opportunities offered, sportsmanship, community interest and involvement, and facilities. Gibbons was selected from the NCHSAA’s more than 400 member schools.
that continues to build upon
this year (p. 18). For the entire school community, having an athletics program its tradition of excellence and integrity gives us yet another
proud to be Crusaders.
Of selecting Cardinal Gibbons, NCHSAA Commissioner Que Tucker says: “We noted the great sense of community that has been built within the student body and surrounding community as evidenced by fantastic participation in not only athletics but also in the arts and extra-curricular activities. Cardinal Gibbons has truly been a very exceptional member of the NCHSAA, helping to host NCHSAA Championships and events, and being involved in many committees for our organization. “Above all Cardinal Gibbons carries an exceptional record of sportsmanship, and training young men and women to be great leaders through education-based athletics.”
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CREATING AN EVEN MORE INTERACTIVE AND ENGAGING CAMPUS Throughout our campus, development projects and renovations continue to integrate new technologies and create lively centers of student engagement and activity. Doing so enables Gibbons to support students and further their success by connecting their social and academic lives in exciting ways. These projects also inspire meaningful interactions while equipping students with the skills to excel in an ever-changing world. Cardinal Gibbons Library is a place that nurtures collaboration, offers support for the school’s 1:1 computing program, and serves as home base for STARs, our student-centered technology help desk. It also provides access to traditional information sources as well as to 21st century technologies and learning tools like Kahoot, the online quiz program, Google Apps, eBooks, and audio books. Students can also access a 3-D printer as well as myriad online databases and hundreds of newspapers and journal articles at once through EBSCO Discovery Service. And it offers a flexible environment to meet various learning styles and accommodate different functions. It will add something new in the 2016-17 school year - a space for collaborative learning and teaching carved from its former computer lab.
Strength and Conditioning and Athletic
Makerspace is a place for students and educators to create,
Training Facility provides students a college-
invent, learn and build together. As part of the school’s
level strength and conditioning program in
technology engineering initiative, the Makerspace encourages
a top-notch environment to enhance their
new ways of thinking and problem solving, and sparks
educational experience. The Strength and
discussion and collaboration. This hands-on space is equipped
Conditioning Director leads an experienced
with such machinery as a 3-D printer, a milling machine, a
staff that provides more personal attention
desk-top shop bot, robotics equipment, and innovative software
and instruction to help our student-athletes
to create 3-D models of robots and engineering drawings for
patent filings. Here, students collaborate on such projects as
decreasing their chance for injury. Here, too,
building model rockets and electric cars, and even robots for
health and wellness programs are offered to
national competitions. The projects are interdisciplinary and
ensure the safety and health of all our students.
collaborative – much like the real world.
The new tennis courts and multi-use field recently constructed on the south side of our campus are places that will enhance student life. They will enable Gibbons to support student health and wellness, and to pass on its legacy of faith-filled academic, artistic, and athletic excellence.
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FEEDING THE CREATIVE SPIRIT IN THE CLASSROOM, ON THE STAGE, AND IN THE COMMUNITY Nowhere is the Cardinal Gibbons spirit more clearly
In turn, these opportunities help empower students’ artistic
revealed than in the works of our student-artists, actors,
ways of thinking, develop their analytical, communications
theatre technicians, dancers, and musical groups. Gibbons
and problem-solving skills, and enrich not only their lives
offers more opportunities than ever before for creative
but also society. These opportunities also encourage our
expression through the visual and performing arts, which
students to collaborate with and learn from professional
serve over 900 of our students.
artists. And through our Middle School Arts Program,
On any given day, a dance or drama might enliven the stage of the school theater, while an art exhibit might brighten the lobby, and the voices of our choir and the melodies from our musical groups might reach to its ceiling. Here, our walls do talk. They are home to the works of budding shutterbugs whose images tell our school’s story. Here, the arts are showcased, nurtured and expanded, bucking the national trend of cuts to
our students then share their talents with their younger counterparts. These opportunities extend to alumni who are encouraged to expand their drama experience with the local theatre community through GASP, Gibbons Drama’s resident summer theatre company. Such outreach embodies the Catholic ideal of turning scholarship and creativity into service. All these opportunities, in turn, promote continued student,
family, and community participation. Such participation is
evident everywhere you look at Gibbons, and is a reminder
that the arts continue to contribute to the quality of life on
OUR FINE ARTS PROGRAM Helps prepare our students for their futures by providing experiences that, among other things:
Increase their awareness of different cultures. Develop their self-confidence and leadership skills. Encourage ways for them to work collaboratively.
Offer opportunities for them to think critically and creatively.
Teach them to communicate their thoughts and feelings in various ways, giving them a repertoire of self-expression.
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INSPIRING STUDENTS AND EDUCATORS TO LEAD Gibbons is known for presenting a friendly, welcoming environment, and for providing excellent academic, art, athletic, and extracurricular programs. But it is just as known for teaching leadership skills and forming the academic, business, community, and church leaders of tomorrow. It does so by offering students and educatorrs such distinctive programs as:
Gibbons Leadership Conference The conference, now in its 10th year, is an intensive threeday experience for a select and diverse group of 25 rising junior and senior student leaders at Gibbons. Its goal? To empower studentsâ€™ leadership abilities to enhance all aspects of the Gibbons community.
Leadership Forum This is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to discover leadership opportunities within Gibbons. Senior student leaders help facilitate the forum, which begins with assemblies organized by grade levels. After the assemblies, students, faculty, and staff walk around the first floor of the school to explore all of the different ways to become leaders at Gibbons.
Middle School Leadership Conference Through the Middle School Leadership Conference, current Gibbons students use the leadership skills they have learned at Cardinal Gibbons to help cultivate and develop leadership in middle schools throughout the Diocese of Raleigh.
Leadership Conference for Faculty and Staff This first-ever conference took place over three days last summer for a group of faculty and staff members to enhance their leadership skills, and in turn, enhance the Gibbons community.
Individual programs and clubs also offer students additional leadership opportunities. They include retreats, athletics, and the arts, as well as any one of the over 40 different clubs.
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ENCOURAGING THE GIBBONS SCHOOL COMMUNITY TO SERVE It only takes one person to change the world, or so the saying goes… What happened then when 147 educators united on a September morning to serve others? And what happened when hundreds of Gibbons parents, students, and friends gathered to do the same on a Saturday morning in March? The Gibbons community discovered the answers on two separate Service Days: Giving back strengthens the bond among members of the Gibbons family, and helps improve the lives of people across the state and around the world.
THE FAMILY SERVICE DAY, now in its second year, is a day for Gibbons families to join together as a faithful community to make the world a better place. The morning offers a wonderful chance to build new bonds, or strengthen old ones, with other Gibbons families. Afterwards, these families scatter across the Triangle and engage in many different types of work. Examples of service opportunities included: *Helping Hands Meal Packing Project, CGHS Catholic Parish Outreach - Food Sorting Project The Franciscan School Organic Garden Weeding and Mulching Rebuilding Together of the Triangle CGHS Campus Clean Up The Green Chair Project, Raleigh SEEDS - Urban Farming - Garden Day! Habitat for Humanity, Durham Ella’s Race - Hydration Station Moore Square Ministry - Food Prep at CGHS Corral Riding Academy - Farm Day! Ronald McDonald House - Chapel Hill *Gibbons families packaged over 10,000 meals to help feed those in need in local communities.
During THE FIRST FACULTY/STAFF DAY OF
SERVICE (Day of Joyful Learning) our educators worked together to assemble 20,000 meals. Then with the help of two non-profit groups – Stop Hunger Now and Helping Hands, the meals were sent to help feed the hungry in Burkina Faso, Africa. Other times throughout the year the entire Cardinal Gibbons school community comes together to help others through such long-standing activities as: The Penny Challenge The Christmas Toy and Clothing Drive Dress Down Days for Hunger
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ENCOURAGING PARENTS TO ENGAGE IN THE GIBBONS EXPERIENCE Parents are encouraged to take part in the Gibbons experience and embark on their own four-year journey. Indeed, they are invited to enjoy the high school years with their students and engage in all that Gibbons has to offer. To that end, the school provides parents with the same kind of formational opportunities it offers students.
PARENT OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE Partners in Prayer/Parent Spiritual Group Middle School Ambassadors Parent Partner Program/Transfer Parents Dad Cru
Those opportunities range from participating in volunteer and service
activities to attending school events and special learning sessions.
A family’s time at Gibbons is a life-changing experience, enriched by
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our school’s unique culture.
“Parents are an important part of the Cardinal Gibbons family. The Family Association (CGFA) empowers parents to engage in the school community in a way that brings them joy. My hope is that all parents fall in love with Gibbons, just as I have.” - Kerry Mann | Volunteer Coordinator and Gibbons Parent
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ENCOURAGING ALUMNI TO STAY CONNECTED TO GIBBONS For alums, their Gibbons experience doesn’t end with graduation. Gibbons grads have gone on to different colleges and careers, but
UPCOMING ALUMNI EVENTS
one thing continues to unite them: an unwavering sense of pride and
Homecoming/Reunion Weekend – Oct. 21-23, 2016
affection for Gibbons. Alums display their school spirit during return
Letterman Recognition – Jan. 11, 2017
visits to campus and by attending school events like Homecoming, enabling them to connect with old friends and make some new
Alumni Career Day – February 10, 2017
ones. They also support their alma mater’s mission by facilitating
Alumni Family Picnic – April (TBA)
meaningful lifelong relationships within the Gibbons family. For them,
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it is green and gold for life!
“Cardinal Gibbons has a proud history of our graduates staying connected with their alma mater through their time, talent and treasure. By remembering our past, we grow our future.” - Joseph Hoying ’99 | Alumni Coordinator
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP Cardinal Gibbons is embracing the entrepreneurial spirit that has long been present in its students and alumni with iCube, the club for Innovative Crusaders Understanding Business Entrepreneurship. The club provides students with the opportunity to hone their entrepreneurial skills, gain a competitive edge when applying to college, establish business relationships, and provide a possible
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college major and career path, as well as invaluable workplace experience.
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The club also connects students with Gibbons’ network of over 5,000 alumni
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and underscores our school’s mission by expanding its presence in church and community. The skills and experience gained through iCube will also help our students in serving their parishes, neighborhoods, and civic organizations. The club will be offering more skill sessions this year in its own space on the second floor of the Learning Commons (p. 18). The club is an initiative under the school’s broader Corporate Business Alliance with area companies. The alliance also includes an internship program, which has placed some 45 students, as well as recent alumni, in internships and offers one of the best ways for students to see the practical application of what they are learning at Gibbons. iCube is just one of numerous opportunities Cardinal Gibbons offers that help prepare students for their futures. Others include Speech & Debate, Science Olympiad, Robotics, and Media Club. They all teach critical thinking and research skills as well as collaboration and self-confidence that contribute to other aspects of life at Gibbons. Whether students are writing research papers, presenting science research or speaking in class, they say such skills not only help fuel their success today, but also will serve them far into their futures.
Chiltern (formerly Ockham) | 3 Years Contract Research Organization & Staffing Creative Allies | 1 Year Marketing Digitalsmiths – A Tivo Company | 4 Years Advanced Video Services Duke University Hospital | 1 Year Medical Laboratory Freudenberg Performance Materials | 3 Years Manufacturing Gerard Group | 1 Year Recruiting LabCorp | 4 Years Medical Laboratory Services Lumenus | 1 Year Manufacturing MCNC | 2 Years NC Communications Network (non-profit) Morgan Stanley | 1 Year Financial Brokerage NC Subway Group | 2 Years Subway Restaurant Franchise Development Pantry | 1 Year Convenience Stores Power Analytics | 2 Years Marketing SRS | 2 Years Construction STI Components | 2 Years Manufacturing
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Jim Baker iCUBE MENTOR WITH CLUB MEMBERS
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INTERNSHIPS Some 45 participants have been placed in internships. The experience for both the sponsoring companies and the Gibbons interns have been more than rewarding. Just ask Gibbons Alumnus Steven Lopiano ’82, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing at Power Analytics, a software and engineering firm. Power Analytics hired Gibbons senior Jordan Banko ’17, who plans to major in business in college, for an internship this summer. Here’s what both had to say about the experience.
Why did you/your company get involved in the Gibbons internship program? Steven: The intent of the first call to Gibbons was to locate recent graduates in their sophomore or junior year of college interested in working in their field of study over the summer. However, we fully understood and appreciated that true experience in the work world would be a major asset to high school students struggling to choose a college major, and potential career path. In turn, we agreed to open the intern application process to graduates and current rising seniors at Gibbons.
Steve Lopiano ’82 with Jordan Banko ’17
Jordan: I believed that being involved in a summer internship would allow me to get a taste of how a company operates and gain experience working for a successful corporation. It would also allow me to find out what skills I could improve on in order to be a more valuable asset later in life. What are the benefits to your company in having a Gibbons intern? Steven: Jordan Banko has set the bar extremely high for anyone else that comes to us from Gibbons. He accomplished so much more than the internship required. He is a self-starter and very creative. He came prepared and offered so much. The map and information for New York is an example of a 100% Jordan initiative. Very impressive! The key attributes Gibbons should be proud to know that Jordan brought to us are leadership and confidence.
How will the internship help you at Gibbons, in college, and in the work world? Jordan: This internship has allowed me to gain a lot of useful skills. It has allowed me to become significantly better at managing my time and staying focused because there are real deadlines one must meet. Having an internship at Power Analytics has improved my ability to interact and work with varied individuals. This can all be applied to working on projects in school or completing tasks for my first venture or job. What do you hope the intern will learn? Steven: At a minimum, Jordan now knows what it is like to work for a small entrepreneurial company. He should also leave knowing he can accomplish a great deal. Jordan should very confidently look to his next potential employer and say I can be a valuable asset to your organization.
Kaitlyn Hickey ’18 (right) also landed an internship that provided her with realworld experience to help her in college and beyond. She worked remotely as the outreach coordinator for Lumenus, a LA-based start-up clothing company launched by Jeremy Wall, a 2010 Gibbons graduate (left). Hickey’s role was to identify companies that could partner with Lumenus. Wall says he hoped Hickey learned that, “it’s effort, dedication, passion, and ability to learn and be flexible that make successful entrepreneurs …” And for Hickey? “The most important thing I learned is that the opportunities you open yourself up to, can not only greatly impact you, but also others.”
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TECHNOLOGY Cardinal Gibbons is at the forefront of North Carolina secondary schools in fully integrating laptops into the classroom. The school continues to invest in its 1:1 initiative, now in its third year, in providing professional development to educators and in offering
“I love using EdPuzzle in my biology classroom. Edpuzzle
myriad online resources and tools to faculty and students, like Google Classroom,
Quizlet, and Membean.
me to assess the students and
“Our use of technology and online teaching tools enable our educators to have increased access to, and communications with, their students and extend learning beyond the traditional school day,” says Instructional Technology Department Director Lesley Coe. Her department also continues to upgrade its technology infrastructure. Upgrades during the 2015-16 school year included a significant increase in bandwidth and therefore speed, as well as partnering with a new Internet provider, making Gibbons synonymous with 21st century learning.
answer questions regarding the biological content in the video. Each student will log-in and each class’s answers will be tabulated. If I see that scores are very low, I can review the material again in class. If I see the scores are very high, I can move onto new material with confidence.” - Dan Porter
“I use Remind.com to connect to all of my students by texting them daily with homework reminders; Google Classroom with Google forms to enable students to submit questions about homework while they are doing it so that I know their questions before our next Throughout the year, the Technology Department has also seized numerous opportunities to collaborate with area companies doing business with Gibbons to bring
online graphing calculator,
the school’s mission into the community. It has collaborated with celito, Lenovo, Cisco,
and GoFormative, a program
and Guidebook, among others, with the aim of showing students how businesses work
that lets me pose questions to
in real-world situations, of connecting them with real-world career opportunities, and
students, record their answers,
of exposing them to varied career paths, notes Coe. The department also offers students the chance to put their tech knowledge to use by becoming STARs (student technical assistance resource). As STARs, students staff a tech help desk in the school library that focuses on keeping Gibbons technology current and connected. In the classroom, the benefits of using tech tools to inspire learning have been numerous. Just ask our educators.
class. I also use Desmos, an
and then project the results on a screen. In other words, GoFormative is perfect because it allows both teacher and students to simultaneously see their work in math.”
- Joan Troy
MATH DEPARTMENT CHAIR
YOUR GIFTS TO THE CARDINAL GIBBONS FUND HELP OUR SCHOOL EXPAND STARS, COMPLETE OUR STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS AND INITIAL PLANNING FOR PROGRAMS IN ACADEMIC COLLABORATION, AND INNOVATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING.
The Cardinal Gibbons Remembrance Project The Cardinal Gibbons Remembrance Project is a collaborative undertaking between the Cardinal Gibbons High School community (students, faculty, staff, administration, and families), the American Battle Monuments Commission, and the American Council for International Studies to honor and remember United States military service personnel who honorably served their nation and who have been laid to rest in an overseas cemetery. The project, which began in 2013, is also the service component of the schoolsponsored trip to Western Europe. It was expanded for last year’s trip to include honoring specific requests from families of service members to visit their loved ones’ graves.
Strength and Conditioning Program Recognized Over the summer, the Gibbons Strength and Conditioning program received the prestigious STRENGTH of America Award, which is given to the top high schools in the nation by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In 2016, 38 other schools received this award based on a 360 degree look at excellence. Nationwide, about 100 high schools have received the award since its inception in 2010. Director of Strength and Conditioning and Educator Chris Morland says, “This is a bench mark of progress our school has made in the area of strength because of the commitment of our students and educators.”
Trip to See Pope Francis Last September, 38 students and nine educators traveled overnight by bus to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis and to attend the Papal Mass. Though the Pope spoke to crowds of people, the group felt as though he spoke directly to them. After the Mass, they boarded the bus for the overnight return trip. Principal Jason Curtis notes that this was a student-led experience. “When you have young people who have such faith and hope to want to celebrate with their Church at this historic gathering, the school was going to do whatever possible to give them that opportunity,” he adds.
Application Assistance Night Something new was added to last year’s lineup of after-school activities - from men’s and women’s basketball games to the fall dance concert. That something new was Application Assistance Night for 8th grade students and families applying for the Gibbons class of 2020. Over 200 people accepted the school’s invitation to the November 18 evening program, which was designed to help them feel comfortable with the online application process and to help prepare students for their futures, Principal Jason Curtis noted in his opening remarks to participants.
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Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards An editorial cartoon and a dramatic print were the works of art that last year earned two seniors national silver medals, placing their pieces in the top 1 percent of the nearly 320,000 works of art submitted to the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards Program. The two seniors are also among the 35 Gibbons student-artists who won over 100 gold or silver awards or received honorable mention for their works in the program’s regional competition. Many of the students were also recognized for their art portfolios.
A Space for Entrepreneurship This year, iCube will continue to build awareness about entrepreneurship and provide students with more offerings. But it will do so in its own space, an entrepreneurial corner of the Learning Commons called The Cube. These offerings will include regular skill development workshops on such topics as résumé writing and interviewing techniques; and guest speakers, including Gibbons educators, alumni, and successful area business leaders, says Jim Baker, the club’s mentor and a Gibbons Parent.
Joining the PAC 6 4-A Conference Last year, the N.C. High School Athletic Association granted Gibbons’ request to move to the 4-A classification, putting our teams in the PAC 6 4-A Conference. Athletic Director Todd Schuler says the move made sense in terms of Gibbons’ growth in enrollment and participation, and enabled the school to provide better opportunities to our students. The Crusaders will remain in the PAC 6 Conference this year, but will move to a different one (CAP 7) next year. That means the Crusaders will play large Raleigh-based schools. These schools are in neighborhoods where our students live, notes Schuler. That move will also reduce travel for our teams and encourage greater Crusader support at away games.
Gibbons’ New Intramural Program This year, Gibbons Alumnus Casey Degnan ’99 will head the school’s new intramural program. To start, he will work with the Health and Physical Education staff “to identify students’ areas of interest and partner with coaches,” notes Athletic Director Todd Schuler. The hope, he adds, is to offer students the chance to get involved in the program at different times of the school day. Initial plans call for offering various activities, including spike ball, table tennis, and Frisbee. Later, softball, flag football, pickup basketball, and soccer, among other sports, could be added. “We are committed to providing the opportunity for every student to participate in some type of athletic activity,” notes Schuler.
THANK YOU FOR CONTINUING THE EXCELLENCE AND MOVING GIBBONS FORWARD Dear Friends of Cardinal Gibbons High School, The Cardinal Gibbons Fund is an opportunity to participate in the distinctive culture of Cardinal Gibbons High School. This year, your generosity continues to uphold the excellence that is synonymous with a Gibbons education and encourages our students and educators to reach new heights. Your contributions are an investment in the core values of faith, service, and leadership that enable our school to thrive and help build on Gibbonsâ€™ unique strengths â€“ from offering students hands-on learning and leadership opportunities at every level, to inspiring them to use their knowledge to become servant-leaders in church and community. It is inspiring to see that our alumni, parents, and friends care so passionately for Gibbons and are committed to staying connected to the daily life of the school. We appreciate your kindness, dedication, and demonstration of support. More importantly, the students and educators are appreciative and are directly benefiting from your generosity. Together, we are laying the foundation to shape the Cardinal Gibbons of the future so it may educate a new generation of Crusaders. Thank you for all you do for Cardinal Gibbons High School.
William and Charlene Knape Chairpersons
Institutional Advancement Income
Cardinal Gibbons Fund Unrestricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $493,553
Tuition & Fees . . . . . . . . . . $22,751,161
Salaries & Benefits . . . . . . . $9,169,091
Financial Aid & Tuition Remission . . . . . . . ($5,770,309)
General & Administrative . . . . . . . . . . . $1,566,388
Diocesan Tuition Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $356,357
School Programs . . . . . . . . . $2,532,345
Family Association Fundraising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $84,170
Advancement Income . . . . . . $618,998
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$618,998
Endowment Loss . . . . . . . . . . ($73,193)
Change in Fixed Asset Replacement and Other Reserves . . . . . . . $1,269,008
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . $762,188
Capital Expenditures . . . . . . $1,159,900
Total Revenue . . . . . . $18,645,202
Expenses incurred on tennis project . . . . . . . . . . . . . $728,060
Cardinal Gibbons Fund Restricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,815 Endowment Funds . . . . . . . . . . $39,459
Debt Repayment . . . . . . . . . $2,220,410
Total Expenses . . . . . $18,645,202
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Planning for the Future with
Dear Friends of Cardinal Gibbons High School,
Every high school graduate is compelled, at some point during senior year, to look back. Along with their parents, they marvel at how much they have changed and how much they have accomplished. They see how all of their efforts over the years have contributed to their change, formation and growth, and hopefully this perspective gives them confidence in their future. As a school it is also helpful to look back on our community’s accomplishments, so that we may plan for the future with the confidence that we may achieve even more. At Cardinal Gibbons, educators and Trustees who have led our recent strategic planning effort have given us three areas of focus for the upcoming years.
Principal Curtis with his son, Jake, at graduation 2016
First, we will focus on the spiritual development of our community. While this includes the formation of our students and growth in programs encouraging vocations and parish leadership, it will also inspire the initiation and further development of adult spirituality programs for both our educators and parents. Second, we will explore new ways to encourage educator collaboration, making sure that students engage with a vibrant and integrated curriculum that truly prepares them for success in today’s college setting. Third, we will develop programs centered on students’ passions, ensuring that all our students have the opportunity to identify new areas of learning and growth that were previously only available in a college setting. All of these strategic initiatives support our students as they listen to God’s call and prepare to serve Him in their vocations. In the coming years we will improve and develop our programs, ensuring that they are current, relevant and inspiring, and that they accommodate the needs of all of our students and families. Reflecting upon our recent successes, we know that it is your support that has made this possible, and move forward with thankful confidence knowing that our community will continue to support incredible opportunities for the next generation of Cardinal Gibbons students. With deep gratitude for your faith-filled support of exceptional Catholic education,
Jason D. Curtis Principal
Our recent history has provided the solid foundation for our current success. Remaining committed to excellent Catholic identity sets a vision for our schoolâ€™s future.
2006 - 2016 ENROLLMENT
Dance students increased from
I N C R E A S E D
Drama students increased from
39 to 216
51 300 TO OVER
2011 - 2016 STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO DECREASED FROM
16:1 to 14:1 MINORITY STUDENT ENROLLMENT INCREASED BY
11% to 18% every student and educator has a laptop
FINANCIAL AID INCREASED FROM
$930,000 to $1,300,000
Computers increased from
350 to >1,600 DESKTOPS
SENIORS ATTENDING KAIROS RETREAT
48 to 171
Building square feet increased per student from 98 to 140
Future Areas of Focus NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR
learning & collaboration
FOR COLLEGE AND LIFE PREPARATION
Expand adult & student programs for
spiritual formation Continued growth of programs in FAITH, SERVICE, LEADERSHIP, ACADEMICS, ARTS and ATHLETICS
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THE GIBBONS IMPACT The outstanding Catholic education students receive at Gibbons provides them with opportunities to serve, lead, and grow in faith; challenges their mind, heart, and spirit; and offers them an experience that produces lifelong friendships and enduring memories. Read below what 2016 graduates say Gibbons has given them:
Gibbons has given me the confidence to lead my peers in faith and love of one another. Jake Curtis Gibbons has given me a great education and plenty of memories. Kevin Salcido Gibbons has given me a forever-home and family. Maddie Albers Gibbons has given me three state championships.Wesley Wagner Gibbons has given me life-long friends. Melanie Lopes Gibbons has given me a big family. Olivia Jones Gibbons has given me a second home. Amanda Monroe Gibbons has given me hope, courage, strength, knowledge and a future. Dylan Crumpler Gibbons has given me a solid foundation for college. Brooks Bailey Gibbons has given me the gifts of music and life-long friends. Allison Becker
TO OUR COMMUNITY OF DONORS WHO IMPACT OUR SCHOOL EACH AND EVERY DAY!
2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT CGHS CARDINAL CLUB CGHS Cardinal Club recognizes donors contributing over $1,000 during the 20152016 fiscal school year. The commitment to continuing faith, service, and leadership programs along with providing excellent academics for more than 1,500 students this year is admirable and greatly appreciated. Thank you for joining with us in our mission. JAMES CARDINAL GIBBONS SOCIETY $10,000 - $49,999 Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Jim V. Baker Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Boland ‘80 Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Bruno Dr. & Mrs. Christopher T. Coughlin Mrs. Susan ‘76 & Mr. Robert Daly Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. & Mrs. Luis A. Hernandez IBM Mr. Michael ‘74 & Mrs. Judy Kilmartin Mr. Patrick J. Mahoney Philip N. Daly and Frances K. Daly Charitable Lead Unitrust Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Schimelfenig 1909 SOCIETY $5,000 - $9,999 Anonymous Dr. James & Dr. Annette Bloomberg Mr. Joseph P. Brannan
Mr. & Mrs. Dick Bugg Mr. & Mrs. John H. Cooling Mr. & Mrs. John Corcoran Dr. & Mrs. J. Richard Daw Paula and Brian Deacy Charitable Gift Fund Mr. Robert Wesley Dismore Ms. Shannon L. Dismore ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. James Emmons Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Enzweiler Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program Mr. & Mrs. John Fisher General Electric Foundation Intel Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Jochum Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Lappin Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A. Mann Mr. & Mrs. Adam McCarthy Mrs. Angela & Mr. Kenneth Melcher Mr. & Mrs. David A. Nerz Mr. & Mrs. J. Christy Rodri, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Russo Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Schanz SPS Corporation Mr. Patrick Steele & Dr. Mary Zaytoun Mr. & Mrs. Lelon W. Winstead, Jr. BISHOP’S CIRCLE $1,000 - $4,999 Anonymous Advanced Surgical Associates Mr. & Mrs. Adrian P. Airey Mr. David Argay & Mrs. Sandra Luihn-Argay Dr. Ibrez Bandukwala ‘89 & Mrs. Claire Parker Bank of America Mr. & Ms. John Barbieri Mr. & Mrs. William P. Barefoot BD (Becton Dickinson and Company) Mr. Joseph Berasi & Mrs. Michelle Montminy Dr. & Mrs. Scott Bilbro Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore M. Bottone Mr. & Mrs. James T. Boyle Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bricker Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Brixey Dr. & Mrs. Richard F. Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Buckley Mr. & Mrs. James A. Cain, IV Ms. Jana M. Callahan Mr. & Mrs. Matt Callahan Mr. & Mrs. John Campomizzi Dr. Sean T. Canale Caron Associates, Inc. Cary Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Center Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Cashin Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Charland Mr. & Mrs. John S. Charlesworth Dr. & Mrs. Alexander Chiaramonti Mr. & Mrs. David M. Chilman Cisco System, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Clark Clarkston Consulting Mr. & Mrs. John P. Cody Coldwell Banker Howard, Perry, & Walston Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Conley
Mrs. Carroll Cope Dr. & Mrs. Scott W. Cousins Crown Honda of Southpoint Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Cullen Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence R. Cunningham Mr. & Mrs. Joel G. Curran Mr. Scott Daugherty & Mrs. Lisa Gianturco Mr. & Mrs. John R. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Davis Mr. Matthew J. Desvergers Mr. & Mrs. David K. Dini Mr. & Mrs. Ron Doggett Mr. Philip ‘83 & Mrs. Kate Domville Mr. & Mrs. James Dorsett, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Ricky L. Eddins EDM Americas Ms. Bonnie Elam Empire Contractors Mr. & Mrs. James Eyerman Mr. & Mrs. David Flederbach Mr. & Mrs. Christopher S. Garnett Mr. & Mrs. William G. Gast Dr. Tom & Dr. Paola Gehrig Mrs. Helen F. George ‘44 Mr. & Mrs. David J. Germano Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Giannini Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Gilchrist Mr. & Mrs. K. Michael Gillespie GlaxoSmithKline Dr. & Mrs. Donald D. Glower Ms. Suzanne R. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph D. Gustainis Mr. & Mrs. Alex Hagan Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey B. Hall Dr. Donald B. Hanna Harris Teeter Mr. & Mrs. David W. Haughey Ms. Helen Haynes Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Heffring Dr. & Mrs. Vincent Hoellerich Dr. & Mrs. Michael D. Holesh Mr. Robert ‘70 & Mrs. Caralyn ‘78 House Mr. & Mrs. David A. Hudson Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Huffey Mr. & Mrs. Theodore K. Huntwork Mr. & Mrs. Yungjoon Jang Mr. & Mrs. James E. Jay, II Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Jones Mrs. Mary Jane & Mr. Howard Jung JustGive.org Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kapsch Mr. & Mrs. Martin Kelleher Mr. & Mrs. Leon B. Kellner Mr. & Mrs. Matthew T. Kersey Dr. John T. Kihm Kilwin’s Chocolates & Ice Cream Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Kirsch Mr. & Mrs. William Knape Knier Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Steven Knier Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Koenig Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Lane Mr. & Mrs. Dominique Latour Mrs. Susan Leigh ‘87
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred C. Lindem, III Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Luihn Luihn Four, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Leonard F. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Macko Dr. Michael & Dr. Sabah Malik Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. Marshall Mr. & Mrs. Larry McAnallen Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. McCarthy Mr. Bryan ‘79 & Mrs. Joanna McGann Mr. & Mrs. Brian R. McGillicuddy Mr. Norbert Mildner & Dr. Mary Pettiette Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Mrus Mrs. Patricia Mullins ‘71 & Mr. David Barron Mr. & Ms. Marin L. Muzinic, Jr. Dr. Vincent & Dr. Michele Nacouzi NetworkforGood.org Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. New Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Newman Mr. James A. Wilson & Ms. Susanne M. Newman Dr. & Mrs. Willard J. Niemi Mr. Shane M. Nolan Northwestern Mutual Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Harry O’Connell Mr. & Mrs. Steven Palumbo Mr. & Mrs. Dean Parker Pfizer Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Phelan Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Phillips Dr. Marcelo & Dr. Rosa Piccirillo Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Pierce Mr. & Mrs. William Pinna Mr. & Mrs. Tom B. Rabon, Jr. Mr. Jack Ratz, Sr. Red Hat Mr. & Mrs. Brian K. Reid Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Reiland Mr. & Mrs. John P. Riedy Mr. & Mrs. Michael Riegel Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Rochelle Dr. & Mrs. Shepherd Rosenblum Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Rosso Mr. & Mrs. Martin N. Sabye Mr. & Mrs. William F. Salmon Mr. Robert Sanguily & Mrs. Monica Griesdorn SAS Institute Inc. Mr. & Mrs. David Schantz Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah P. Schneeberger Mr. & Mrs. Chris J. Scope Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Scorza Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Siegmund Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Smith Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Snyder Rev. Donald F. Staib Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Stephens STI Components, Inc. Mr. Bradley J. Strode & Dr. Karyn W. Rahn Dr. William G. Sullivan Target The Joey O’Bocce Classic The Peter Joseph Cusano Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John A. Toebes Dr. & Mrs. Frank Tortora Mr. & Mrs. R. Harris Vaughan Vescom America
Mr. James & Dr. Amy Walsh Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Walston Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Walters Dr. & Mrs. Craig Warner Mr. & Mrs. Scott G. Washle Dr. & Mrs. Dan E. Westberg Mr. & Mrs. Jeffery Williams Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Wolff Mr. & Mrs. Brian Woomer Mr. & Mrs. George R. Young Mr. Stephen K. Zaytoun Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Zimmerman, Sr. IN APPRECIATION… It is with deep gratitude that Cardinal Gibbons High School recognizes those individuals and organizations whose generosity has enabled us to continue successful programs and capital improvements on behalf of our entire student body. This Annual Report is dedicated to the hundreds of parents, alumni, parents of alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, students, friends, foundations, and corporations that support the important mission of Cardinal Gibbons for today’s and tomorrow’s students.
1955 Dr. Earl Richard Schmidt ‘55 ◆ = 1957 Mr. Thomas D. Michaels ‘57 ▲ Mr. Frank L. Prevo ‘57 ▲ 1958 CAPT Arthur C. Ball ‘58 ◆ 1959 Dr. Leo Donald Maus ‘59 1960 Mr. Charles F. Powers, III ‘60 ▲ 1962 Mrs. Susan Ball Winterscheidt ‘62
BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Peter Charland Dr. Mary Kay Delaney Mr. Richard F. Derrenbacher, Sr. Very Rev. John J. Forbes ‘76 Dr. Donald B. Hanna Rev. Michael T. Martin, OFM Conv. Mrs. Megan Mazzocchi Mr. David A. Nerz Mr. Shane M. Nolan Dr. William J. Spendley Mr. Stephen K. Zaytoun PAST BOARD OF TRUSTEES Anonymous Mr. James T. Boyle Mr. Terrance Gill Mrs. Caralyn Markle House ‘78 Mrs. Brug Jung Mr. Steven Knier Mrs. Barbara Pinna Mr. John P. Riedy Mr. John H. Ruocchio ‘83 Rev. Donald F. Staib Dr. Frank Tortora Mr. Darryl J. vonLehmden Dr. Joanne Wilson ‘65 ALUMNI Thank you to all of our alumni who made a contribution in support of their alma mater. 1944 Mrs. Helen Field George ‘44 ◆ 1951 Mrs. Sara G. Southerland ‘51 1952 Ms. Patricia Cowden Boyd ‘52
= 3+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING | ▲ = 5+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING | ◆ = 10+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING |
★ = 15+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING
2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT 1963 Mr. William E. Downey, Jr. ‘63 Mrs. Glenda Dietsch Jenkins ‘63 Dr. Wilma C. Peebles-Wilkins ‘63 ◆ 1964 Mrs. Barbara Downey ‘64 Mr. William H. Lucas ‘64 1965 Dr. Joanne Wilson ‘65 ◆ 1966 Ms. Ellen Anthe Birch ‘66 ▲ Ms. Julia J Hartigan ‘66 ▲ Mrs. Marion White Jervay ‘66 Mrs. Carole Lucas Marrs ‘66 Mrs. Gail Ogden Orr ‘66 ▲ Mr. Mark E. Ramsey ‘66 Mr. Stephen Seymour ‘66 1967 Mr. Robert P. Gocke ‘67 ▲ Mrs. Carol Gocke ‘67 ▲ 1969 Mr. James Fallon Hanley ‘69 1970 Mr. Robert J. House ‘70 ★ 1971 Anonymous Mrs. Patricia E. Mullins ‘71 ◆ 1974 Mrs. Maria D. Carbone House ‘74 Mr. Michael J. Kilmartin, Sr. ‘74 ◆ 1976 Mrs. Susan Scott Daly ‘76 ◆ Very Rev. John J. Forbes ‘76 1978 Mr. John Drescher, Jr. ‘78 Mrs. Caralyn Markle House ‘78 ★ Mrs. Joan vonLehmden Senter ‘78 ◆ Mr. Richard J. Sheridan, III ‘78 1979 Mrs. Anne Yanoschak Fawcett ‘79 ▲ Mr. Bryan McGann ‘79 ▲
1980 Mr. Thomas Boland ‘80 ▲ Ms. Jeannie Poplin Hutton ‘80 Ms. Leslie Glass Lorenz ‘80 Mrs. Audrey Myers ‘80 Mr. Mark J. Teder ‘80 ▲ 1981 Mrs. Joanne Kolb Butler ‘81 Mrs. Susan Kim Stasheff ‘81 ▲ 1982 Mrs. Jill Michaels Bondura ‘82 Mrs. Rosemary Casey Czejkowski ‘82 ◆ Mrs. Lisa Cefalu Fadero ‘82 Mr. Stephen S. Lopiano ‘82 ▲ Mrs. Michelle LaMarche Smith ‘82 1983 Mr. Philip Domville ‘83 Mr. Daniel J. Jacobs ‘83 ▲ Mrs. Helen Horn Mosca ‘83 ▲ Mr. John H. Ruocchio ‘83 ◆ 1984 Mr. Sean Scott Barry ‘84 Mrs. Susan McGann Barry ‘84 Ms. Maryann Elizabeth Tyrer ‘84 ▲ 1986 Mr. Gene Davis, Jr. ‘86 ▲ Ms. Kathleen Hagerty ‘86 ▲ Mr. Jeff Moeller ‘86 Ms. Theresa Shea ‘86 Mr. Chris Solari ‘86 ◆ 1987 Mrs. Laura Teder Grelck ‘87 ▲ Mr. Thomas James Lally ‘87 Ms. Susan K. Leigh ‘87 Mrs. Lisa Miller McKellar ‘87 1988 Mrs. Tracey Ratz Anthony ‘88 ★ Mrs. Cynthia Jean Horn Hanks ‘88 Mrs. Patricia Cherry Schiff ‘88 1989 Dr. Ibrez R. Bandukwala ‘89 Mrs. Theresa Bonavita Moore ‘89 Mrs. Kristi N. Jay Parker ‘89 Dr. Janet Young ‘89
= 3+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING | ▲ = 5+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING | ◆ = 10+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING |
1990 Mrs. Samantha Falke Martin ‘90 1991 Ms. Lara Hamm Davis ‘91 1992 Anonymous Mrs. Nancy Schwoyer McElroy ‘92 Mr. Ted Mooney ‘92 1994 Mr. Jeff C. Yardley ‘94 1995 Mrs. Cortney Ratz Cowan ‘95 ★ Ms. Sarah J. Kuszaj ‘95 1996 Mr. Matthew Gredvig ‘96 1998 Mr. Christopher Fleming, Jr. ‘98 ▲ 1999 Mrs. Lexie Nichols Dillon ‘99 ▲ Mrs. Jennifer Lee Eddins Fagin ‘99 Mr. Joseph Charles Hoying ‘99 ▲ Mr. Patrick W. Kaluza ‘99 2000 Mr. Michael Craig DePersia ‘00 Mr. David Michael Eads ‘00 Mrs. Bridget Mulder Way ‘00 2001 Mrs. Marilauren Kaluza Hoying ‘01 ▲ Mrs. Danielle Bogner Larson ‘01 ▲ 2002 Dr. Lauren Oshinski Hoffman ‘02 2003 Mr. Ryan Patrick Nicollerat ‘03 2004 Ms. Margaret Fisher ‘04 Mrs. Kathleen Emmons Oakley ‘04 2005 Ms. Kristin Nicole Edrington ‘05 Mr. Raymond N. Malouf ‘05 Mr. Alex Pyun ‘05
★ = 15+ YEARS CONSECUTIVE GIVING
2007 Ms. Kerrie Fersch ‘07 Ms. Sarah Hardin ‘07 Ms. Catherine Norris ‘07 2008 Mr. Ian Charles Garbarine ‘08 ▲ Ms. Amy Elizabeth Holsinger Hromatka ‘08 Mrs. Seton Mazzocchi Raynor ‘08 ▲ Mr. Johnathan Tucker ‘08 ▲ 2009 Mr. Ryan Luby ‘09 Ms. Sarah Norris ‘09 Mrs. Lauren Patterson ‘09 Mr. Alan Sheridan ‘09 Mrs. Megan Warren Sheridan ‘09 2010 Mr. John I. Kunkel ‘10 Ms. Kristen A. Murray ‘10 Mr. Adam C. Norris ‘10 2011 Mr. Conor Thomas Clark ‘11 Ms. Cristina Jean Curtin ‘11 Mr. Sean Timothy Lanier ‘11 ▲ Ms. Madeline A. Luby ‘11 Ms. Mary Clare Mazzocchi ‘11 ▲ Ms. Christine Ann Prosser ‘11 ▲ Ms. Lauren Schaale ‘11 ▲ Mr. Winston Frederick Senter ‘11 ▲ Mr. Joshua Alexander Teder ‘11 2012 Ms. Kristen DeMaria ‘12 Mr. John A. Humienny ‘12 Ms. Megan C. Kunkel ‘12 ▲ 2013 Mr. Nicholas A. Corolla ‘13 2014 Mr. Andrew M. Cochrane ‘14 Mr. John P. Cunningham ‘14 Mr. James R. Daw ‘14 Mr. John F. Krawczyk ‘14 Mr. Jackson E. O’Korn ‘14 Ms. MaryCatherine R. Prosser ‘14 Ms. Amy E. Waguespack ‘14 2015 Mr. J. Michael Daw ‘15 Ms. Shannon L. Dismore ‘15 Mr. Jackson Scott Feathers ‘15 Ms. Alexandra Madeline Lankenau ‘15 Mr. Victor A. Madormo ‘15 Ms. Allison K. Meyer ‘15 Mr. Anthony S. Palumbo ‘15 2016 Thank you to the 82 members of the Class of 2016 who donated to the Senior Gift, with proceeds directed to the Cardinal Gibbons Fund.
2011 CLASS LEADERSHIP GRANT Anonymous Mr. Conor Thomas Clark ‘11 Ms. Lauren Schaale ‘11 Mr. Winston Frederick Senter ‘11 CURRENT PARENTS Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Abate Mr. & Mrs. Adrian P. Airey Mr. & Mrs. Michael Albers Mr. & Mrs. David Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Andrews Mr. & Mrs. Leo Ang Mr. & Mrs. Gregory O. Anglum Mrs. Tracey ‘88 & Mr. Lance Anthony Mr. David Argay & Mrs. Sandra Luihn-Argay Mr. & Mrs. William R. Austin Mr. & Ms. John Barbieri Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Barczak Mr. & Mrs. William P. Barefoot Mr. & Mrs. Carlos H. Barrero Mr. Sean ‘84 & Mrs. Susan ‘84 Barry Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Baumgartner Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Beason Mr. & Mrs. John S. Beck Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beneze Mr. & Mrs. Gary L. Benzine Mr. Joseph Berasi & Mrs. Michelle Montminy Dr. & Mrs. Corey Berlin Mr. & Mrs. James E. Betts, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Scott Bilbro Dr. James & Dr. Annette Bloomberg Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Bonello Ms. Lori Bono Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore M. Bottone Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Bouck Mr. & Mrs. Darrell A. Bradfield Mr. Joseph P. Brannan Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Brixey Dr. & Mrs. Richard F. Brooks Mr. & Mrs. D. T. Brosius Dr. & Mrs. Jon Bruce Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Bruno Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Bruxvoort Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Buckley Mr. & Mrs. Michael Buddendeck Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bues Mr. & Mrs. Dick Bugg Mr. & Mrs. Robert Burger Mr. & Mrs. David J. Byerley Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Cadiz Mr. & Mrs. James A. Cain, IV Mr. & Mrs. Matt Callahan Ms. Jana M. Callahan Mr. & Mrs. John Campomizzi Dr. Sean T. Canale Mr. & Mrs. James A. Candelmo Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Carmody Mr. & Mrs. Stephen T. Caro Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Carpenter Mr. Osman Chacon & Mrs. Andrea Barbieri-Chacon Mr. & Mrs. David M. Chilman Mr. & Mrs. Michael Clark Mr. & Mrs. John C. Clemmer
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Mr. & Mrs. Jim D. Quinn Mrs. Marlene P. Rahm Mr. & Mrs. Ronald M. Rappach Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rectenwald Mr. & Mrs. David L. Reed Mr. & Mrs. Graham Reinke Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Riegel Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Ritsema Dr. & Mrs. William B. Robey Mrs. Jo Anne Gray Rodri Mr. & Mrs. Rafael Rodriguez Mr. Alfred J. Schiff Mr. & Mrs. Barry Schline Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah P. Schneeberger Mr. & Mrs. Louis Schumacher Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Scorza Mrs. Maureen B. Scott Mr. John D. Shannon Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shaw Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Shelton Mrs. Betty R. Sherrer Mrs. Maria W. Sie Mr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Slattery Mr. Richard Smith Mr. & Mrs. Rodney C. Snyder Mr. & Mrs. John Stephens Mr. & Mrs. Edwin D. Sweeney Mr. & Mrs. Edwin J. Teder Mr. Neil A. Thaggard Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Tobin Mr. & Mrs. Rolfe D. Trevisan Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Usher Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Patrick A. Verdi Mr. & Mrs. Darryl J. vonLehmden Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Walsh Mrs. Carol T. Warner Mr. & Mrs. W. Stephenson Watkins
Mr. & Mrs. B. Gregory Watko Mr. & Mrs. James R. Weiker, II Mr. & Mrs. J. G. White, Jr. Mrs. Metza Y. Whiteley Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wilbur Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Wine, Jr. Mrs. Patricia B. Woomer Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Yourkoski Dr. & Mrs. Paul Zweifel FRIENDS Anonymous Sisters of Notre Dame - Chardon The Joey O’Bocce Classic Dr. Richard D. Adelman Ms. Sandra H. Allen Mrs. Robin Barnhill Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Becker Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Bursey Mr. Martin Buskirk Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Cashin Mr. Edmund M. Cody Mr. & Mrs. David J. Evans Mr. Walker H. Flint Mr. Robert Guzzo Mr. & Mrs. George M. Gwyn Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Keleher Mr. Tadeusz Kleindienst Mr. & Mrs. William J. Kuhn Dr. Daniel J. Mahar
2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT Mr. Patrick J. Mahoney Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan S. Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Walter Milowic Dr. Ruth U. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. William J. O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Frank Pisciotta Mr. David W. Rawers Mr. & Mrs. Sy Robbins Mr. & Mrs. David L. Robinson Mr. Steve Rowe Mr. & Mrs. Emanuele Scalco Mr. & Mrs. James Smith Mr. John W. Snodgrass Dr. & Mrs. Michael Stanko Dr. William G. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. John E. Tingstad Mr. & Mrs. Clarence O. Wegmann Mr. & Mrs. David B. Wilkinson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Wolff Mr. Patrick Steele & Dr. Mary Zaytoun
FOUNDATIONS, FUNDS, AND TRUSTS Anonymous AmazonSmile Foundation Earl Richard Schmidt Charitable Trust Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Knier Family Foundation Paula and Brian Deacy Charitable Gift Fund Philip N. Daly and Frances K. Daly Charitable Lead Unitrust Silicone Valley Community Foundation The Peter Joseph Cusano Foundation FACULTY & STAFF Anonymous Mrs. Nancy J. Beale Mrs. Sharon Beuris Mr. Mark Cashin Ms. Lesley Coe Mrs. Ellen Collins-Boyce Mr. Jason D. Curtis Mr. Patrick Dmytriw Mrs. Susan Ellis Mrs. Shari Frederick Mrs. Rachelle Garbarine Mrs. Susan Goethals Mrs. Nicole Herche Mr. Robert J. House ‘70 Mr. Joey Hoying ‘99 Mr. Doug Hudson Mrs. Annette Jay Mrs. Liz Jochum Sr. Mary Jean Korejwo, SND Mrs. Ellen V. Kunkel Ms. Sarah J. Kuszaj ‘95 Mrs. Kerry L. Mann Mrs. Julia A. McCallum Mr. Edward McKinnie Mrs. Angie Melcher Mr. Daniel S. Porter Mrs. Shermanne Porter Sr. Janet Schemmel, SND Mr. Todd Schuler Ms. Theresa Shea ‘86 Mrs. Joleen Smith Mrs. Kathy Stephens Mrs. Kimberly Timberlake Mrs. Joan E. Troy Mrs. Marilyn Turgeon PAST FACULTY & STAFF Anonymous Mr. Michael Bailey Mr. Casey Caram Mrs. Linda Corcoran Mrs. Lexie Nichols Dillon ‘99 Mr. Philip Domville ‘83 Sister Laura Downing, IHM Mrs. Kim Emmons Mrs. Dale Foushee Mrs. Judy Gealy Mr. Sam Gealy Mr. Gary Gelo Mrs. Paula Osterday Mr. George V. Pecci Ms. Maryann E. Tyrer ‘84
IN-KIND GIFTS We are thankful for the generous in-kind gifts received this school year. Your consideration of non-monetary needs is appreciated. If you have an item that would benefit the school, please contact the Advancement Department at 919 834-1625 X 283. Academy Street Bistro Atlantic Tire & Service Bella Monica Chapel Hill Subway Group, LLC Danny’s Bar-B-Que MacGregor Downs Country Club ORO Restaurant & Lounge Pepsi Bottling Ventures, LLC Richard D. Adelman, MD Family Practice US Food Service Dr. Richard D. Adelman Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Blackman Dr. & Mrs. J. Richard Daw Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Elder Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. Fitzgerald Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Keleher Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A. Mann Mr. Edward McKinnie Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Mintel Mrs. Kristi N. Jay Parker ‘89 Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Povlock Dr. & Mrs. Michael K. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Danny Thompson Mr. & Mrs. John A. Toebes Mr. Jeff ‘94 & Mrs. Allie Yardley CORPORATE DIRECT GIFTS Anonymous Academy Street Bistro Advanced Dental Associates Advanced Surgical Associates All-Max Plumbing Allstate Insurance - Thomas Walters Anza Mailing Systems Arbor Works LLC Atlantic Coast Sporting Goods Atlantic Tire & Service BB&T Bella Monica Bradley’s Flooring & Paint Brooks & Chandak Pediatric Dentistry Brown-Wynne Funeral Home Carolina Allergy and Asthma Consultants Caron Associates, Inc. Cary Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Center Chapel Hill Subway Group, LLC Coldwell Banker Howard, Perry, & Walston Complete Pet Care Animal Hospital Crown Honda of Southpoint Danny’s Bar-B-Que Deloitte and Touche LLP Digitz Doctor Direct - Amy Walsh, MD Duke Lacrosse Camp for Girls Economy Exterminators Inc. EDM Americas
Empire Contractors Excel Moving and Storage Fuquay Eye Care General Mills Gugenheim Law Harris Teeter Hill, Chesson & Woody J. Christian Sheaffer D.D.S, P.L.L.C. John Deere Company Jostens JustGive.org Kenny Hawkins Auto Service, Inc. Kilwin’s Chocolates & Ice Cream L and L of Raleigh, Inc. Luihn Four, Inc. MacGregor Downs Country Club Medtronic, Inc. USA Nancy Grace - Keller Williams Cary NetworkforGood.org ORO Restaurant & Lounge Pepsi Bottling Ventures, LLC Richard D. Adelman, MD Family Practice Roni Bonello - ReMax United Sammy’s Tap & Grill Shanahan Law Group
CORPORATE MATCHING CONTRIBUTIONS Cardinal Gibbons is very grateful to companies that recognize the importance of matching employees’ gifts and rewarding volunteer time to our school. Thank you to the many employees and retirees who have helped Cardinal Gibbons this year by applying for a matching gift and by submitting volunteer service hours for a monetary match. AIG Ally AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Bank of America BD (Becton Dickinson and Company) Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Cisco System, Inc. Clarkston Consulting Duke Energy Fidelity General Electric GlaxoSmithKline IBM Ingersoll-Rand Intel Intel Corporation LabCorp Lenovo New York Life Northwestern Mutual Pfizer Foundation Red Hat SAS Institute Inc. Scripps Howard Synopsys TE Connectivity (formerly Tyco Electronics) Wells Fargo Xilinx
FRANCISCAN BROTHERS ENDOWMENT
Mr. C. O. Boyce & Mrs. Ellen Collins-Boyce Mr. & Mrs. James E. Jay, II AUDREE F. & MARGARET HEDRICK LONG MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT
Mr. & Mrs. Rick L. Eddins PAUL MCENROE, JR. MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT
Mr. David W. Rawers Mr. Chris ‘86 & Mrs. Hiroko Solari JACK RATZ, JR. MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT
IBM Mrs. Tracey ‘88 & Mr. Lance Anthony Mrs. Cortney ‘95 & Mr. David Cowan Mr. Jack Ratz, Sr. SR. TERESITA & THE SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME ENDOWMENT
Anonymous IBM Mr. Michael ‘74 & Mrs. Judy Kilmartin Sr. Mary Jean Korejwo, SND Sr. Janet Schemmel, SND
ENDOWMENT, HONORARIUM & MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS ARE HEARTFELT A special thank you to the following donors who made endowment contributions or contributions to Cardinal Gibbons in recognition, in honor or memory of relatives and friends. These gifts are made in the spirit of Cardinal Gibbons and these individuals are always in our thoughts and prayers. SJA Provisions Solidarity Capital Group South Wake Oral Surgery & Dental Implants SPS Corporation STI Components, Inc. Storr Office Environments studioVIBE pilates-yoga-movement Tannis Root, Inc./Cognito Promotions Target Thomas E. Cooke, D.D.S., P.A. Total Office Products United Way of the Greater Triangle US Food Service Vescom America Woomer Insurance & Financial Services
CARDINAL GIBBONS HIGH SCHOOL ENDOWMENT FUND
Earl Richard Schmidt Charitable Trust Dr. Earl R. Schmidt ‘55 ✝ AMANDA J. ROTHSCHILD BYER ’82 MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Byer COUGHLIN ENDOWMENT
Dr. Christopher & Mrs. Sandra Coughlin THE SUSAN SCOTT DALY ’76 EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING & STAFF AWARD
Mrs. Susan ‘76 & Mr. Robert Daly
2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT IN HONOR OF BR. MICHEL BETTIGOLE, OSF
IN HONOR OF DR. JORDAN LULL ‘08
IN MEMORY OF JAMES AND MARGARET CASEY
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Jay, II
Sgt. & Mrs. Andrew Lull
Mrs. Rosemary ‘82 & Mr. Joseph Czejkowski
IN HONOR OF SLATER BAREFOOT ’17
IN HONOR OF SPENCER MANGUM ‘17
IN MEMORY OF BRANDON ALLEN & AUSTIN COPE
Mr. & Mrs. William P. Barefoot
Ms. Bonnie Elam
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Allen Mrs. Carroll Cope
IN HONOR OF MIA ’16 & TYLER ’16 BROSIUS
IN HONOR OF GARY MEYERL ’82
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Scorza
Mrs. Susan Leigh ‘87
IN HONOR OF THE CARDINAL GIBBONS PALL BEARER SOCIETY
IN HONOR OF GRACE ‘18, SEAN ‘17, & NEAL ‘15 NELSON
Brown-Wynne Funeral Home
Mr. & Mrs. Fred H. Daly
IN HONOR OF ZACHARY 16 & NICHOLAS ’18 CLEMENTS
IN HONOR OF OLIVIA PARKER ’19
Dr. & Mrs. Paul Zweifel
Mr. & Mrs. Dean Parker
Dr. & Mrs. Scott W. Cousins
Anonymous The Peter Joseph Cusano Foundation IN MEMORY OF CARMEL DISMORE
Mr. Robert W. Dismore Ms. Shannon L. Dismore ‘15 IN MEMORY OF MARY K. HODGSON
IN HONOR OF HAYDEN ’18 & PARRY ’17 PRICE IN HONOR OF AMANDA COUSINS ‘19
IN MEMORY OF PETER JOSEPH CUSANO
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin D. Sweeney
Mrs. Audrey Myers ‘80 IN MEMORY OF TONY P. & JULIA H. MAUS
IN HONOR OF CADE B. RAHM ‘19 IN HONOR OF THE DEVOTION OF THE CARDINAL GIBBONS FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM
Mrs. Marlene P. Rahm
Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Longo
IN HONOR OF ANGELICA ROCK ‘19
Dr. Donald ‘59 & Mrs. Jacqueline Maus IN MEMORY OF JOEY O’CONNELL ‘95
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rock
The Joey O’Bocce Classic Mr. & Mrs. Harry O’Connell
IN HONOR OF JASON CURTIS
IN HONOR OF DREW ‘16, SAM ‘14, & BEN ‘13 ROSSO
IN HONOR OF FATHER TOM DUGGAN
Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Rosso
Mr. Thomas ‘57 & Mrs. Judith Michaels Mr. Frank ‘57 & Mrs. Portia Prevo
IN HONOR OF ALEX ’16 & BRITTANY SCOTT
IN MEMORY OF ROSAMMA WILLIAM
Ms. Lori Bono
IN HONOR OF DANE ’19, OLIVIA ’14, & J. LOGAN STEWART
IN MEMORY OF EDWIN (EDDIE) SZIGETHY
IN HONOR OF LILLI GRIFFIN ’18
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Griffin
Ms. Gina Jiampetti
IN HONOR OF SAMUEL G. W. HEATH ‘12
IN HONOR OF SAMANTHA WINE ‘16
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Heath
Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Wine, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Stanko IN HONOR OF ALEX FORD ‘19
Mr. & Mrs. Leon B. Kellner
IN HONOR OF KEVIN ’17 AND CRAIG ’19 WOOMER
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Woomer IN HONOR OF MATTHEW S. ZAYTOUN ‘02 & MARYSUE ZAYTOUN BOYLE ‘04
Mr. Stephen K. Zaytoun IN MEMORY OF FRED BALL ‘57
CAPT & Mrs. Arthur C. Ball ‘58 IN MEMORY OF SHANE BREMEN
Mr. William M. Bremen IN MEMORY OF MARY GRACE BRUNO
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Tingstad
IN MEMORY OF BURT PREVO ‘82
Andrea, Julia ’18, & Eden Szigethy
PARISH CONTRIBUTIONS We thank the following parishes for their generous gifts to ensure & continue Catholic education for their students. Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Burlington Holy Infant Catholic Church, Durham Immaculate Conception, Durham Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Raleigh Sacred Heart Cathedral, Raleigh St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, Apex St. Bernadette Catholic Church, Fuquay-Varina St. Catherine of Sienna, Wake Forest St. Eugene Catholic Church, Wendell St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Raleigh St. Joseph Catholic Church, Raleigh St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Raleigh St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Apex St. Mary, Mother of the Church, Garner St. Matthew Catholic Church, Durham St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, Cary St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church, Raleigh St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Chapel Hill
CARDINAL GIBBONS FAMILY ASSOCIATION 2015 GOLF TOURNAMENT Thank you to our 2015 Golf Tournament Sponsors. PRESENTING SPONSOR
SPS Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Michael Russo GOLD SPONSORS
Anonymous Coldwell Banker Howard, Perry, & Walston Crown Honda of Southpoint Red Hat Vescom America Mr. Joseph Berasi & Mrs. Michelle Montminy Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Enzweiler Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A. Mann Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Walston Mr. & Mrs. Scott G. Washle SCOREBOARD SPONSOR
Advanced Surgical Associates Dr. Michael & Dr. Sabah Malik SILVER SPONSORS
Caron Associates, Inc. EDM Americas Kilwin’s Chocolates & Ice Cream Mr. & Mrs. James Eyerman Mr. & Mrs. Luis A. Hernandez Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Huffey PUBLICITY SPONSOR
Luihn Four, Inc. Mr. David Argay & Mrs. Sandra Luihn-Argay Mr. & Mrs. Allan J. Luihn BEVERAGE CART SPONSORS
Bradley’s Flooring & Paint Gugenheim Law J. Christian Sheaffer D.D.S, P.L.L.C. South Wake Oral Surgery & Dental Implants Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gugenheim Dr. Daniel J. Mahar Dr. Chris & Dr. Lisa Sheaffer Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Zadell
PUTTING GREEN SPONSORS
Excel Moving and Storage Roni Bonello - ReMax United Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Bonello Mr. & Mrs. Matt Callahan Mr. & Mrs. James Dorsett, Sr. DRIVING RANGE SPONSORS
Advanced Dental Associates Brooks & Chandak Pediatric Dentistry Carolina Allergy and Asthma Consultants Kenny Hawkins Auto Service, Inc. Tannis Root, Inc./Cognito Promotions Dr. & Mrs. Richard F. Brooks Dr. & Mrs. Vincent L. Firrincieli Mr. & Mrs. Earl F. Gill, III Mr. & Mrs. Kenny Hawkins Mr. Ted Mooney ‘92 & Dr. Evelyn Brown HOLE/TEE SPONSORS
Allstate Insurance - Thomas Walters Anza Mailing Systems Atlantic Coast Sporting Goods BB&T Doctor Direct - Amy Walsh, MD Economy Exterminators Inc. Empire Contractors Fuquay Eye Care Hill, Chesson & Woody Jostens L and L of Raleigh, Inc. Nancy Grace - Keller Williams Cary Sammy’s Tap & Grill Solidarity Capital Group studioVIBE pilates-yoga-movement Woomer Insurance & Financial Services
Mr. & Mrs. David J. Byerley Mr. & Mrs. Matt Callahan Mr. & Mrs. John Campomizzi Mr. & Mrs. John Canning Mr. & Mrs. Edward T. Geiger Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Grace Mr. Robert Guzzo The Lappin Family Mr. & Mrs. Steven Monti Dr. Patrick & Dr. Evangeline O’Dowd The Simmons Family Mr. & Mrs. James W. Smith The Smyth Family Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Stephens Mr. & Mrs. James Trevisan Mr. James & Dr. Amy Walsh Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Walters Mr. & Mrs. Brian Woomer Mr. & Mrs. Todd T. Yates
Thank You to all of our Faculty & Staff Sponsors & Golf Tournament Donors! 2016 SPRING SOCIAL Thank you to our 2016 Spring Social Patrons and Sponsors. PRESENTING SPONSOR
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Toebes GOLD SPONSORS
Mr. Matthew J. Desvergers Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A. Mann SILVER SPONSOR
Mr. Bradley J. Strode & Dr. Karyn W. Rahn
Thank You to all of our donors and Faculty & Staff Sponsors.
FOOD & BEVERAGE STATION SPONSORS
Complete Pet Care Animal Hospital SJA Provisions STI Components, Inc. Storr Office Environments Dr. & Mrs. Jared Conley Mr. & Mrs. John H. Cooling Mrs. Susan ‘76 & Mr. Robert Daly Mr. & Mrs. Anthony S. DeVita Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Schanz
2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT THANK YOU TO OUR 2015-2016 CARDINAL GIBBONS FUND LEADERS
CARDINAL GIBBONS HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
MOST REV. MICHAEL F. BURBIDGE
JOSEPH HOYING ’99
Bishop, Diocese of Raleigh
DR. MICHAEL J. FEDEWA
2016 Class Leaders
Superintendent of Catholic Formation & Education, Diocese of Raleigh
Database & Gift Coordinator
DR. DONALD & SUE ANN GLOWER
JASON D. CURTIS
2017 Class Leaders
BILL & CHARLENE KNAPE
Chairpersons BUBBA & TINA CUNNINGHAM
Marketing & Publications Coordinator
CHRISTOPHER & TESS DUNN
2018 Class Leaders JOHN ‘83 & KAY RUOCCHIO
2015-2016 BOARD OF TRUSTEES
2019 Class Leaders
Mr. David Nerz (Chair)
BRYAN ’79 & JOANNA MCGANN
Mr. Richard Derrenbacher (Vice Chair)
Mr. Peter Charland
DICK & JOE ANN WRIGHT
Dr. Mary Kay Delaney
2015 Parent of Alumni Leaders
Very Rev. John J. Forbes ‘76
JOHN & CELIA FISHER
Rev. Michael T. Martin, OFM, Conv.
2014 & 2013 Parent of Alumni Leaders MARK & MARY ANN ENZWEILER
2012 Parent of Alumni Leaders
Dr. Donald “Bo” Hanna Mrs. Megan Mazzocchi Mr. Shane Nolan
Stories by RACHELLE GARBARINE
Dr. William Spendley
Photos by RACHELLE GARBARINE,
LARRY & PAULA MCANALLEN
Rev. Fernando Torres
2011 Parent of Alumni Leaders
Mr. Stephen K. Zaytoun
DR. MICHAEL & ANNETTE HOLESH
2010 & Earlier Parent of Alumni Leaders
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THANK YOU DONORS We are grateful for your generous gifts to Cardinal Gibbons High School and incredibly fortunate to have you in our school family as advocates for the Gibbons experience. Our school thrives today because our mission – to form men and women of faith, service, and leadership in church and community – is more important than ever. We are genuinely grateful for the love and support you give to our school. Thank you not only for supporting our school but for helping to guide it forever forward. Read what your generosity means to us:
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Thank you fo r the chance to experie nce everything Gibbons ha s to offer, especially stude nt council and at hletic s. - Nel s on Zim m
As a stu dent, my miss ion is to learn, wh ich you h ave mad possible e by suppo rt ing the faculty a nd staff and all the ama zing aca demic an extracurr d icular pro grams.
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Beca use of your gene rous support, I have been given the opportunity to do what I love - photographing events and being a lead er in the stud ent medi a group.
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