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French American International School | International High School | Lycée International Franco-Américain

Communiqué annual report

HIVER 2010

2010

2011

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Introduction

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rench American International School continues to experience record low attrition and record demand. Our graduating eighth graders are fully bilingual and well on their way to mastering a third language. For the last two years, our ninth graders have achieved 100% success at the Brevet with a number of extraordinary “mentions” or honors (the national average pass rate in France hovers around 80%). Our International Baccalaureate students are scoring well above the world average and for the past three years our French Baccalaureate candidates have achieved a 100% pass rate. Last year’s graduating seniors are now attending Brown, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Kings College London, NYU, Princeton, Sciences Po, Tufts, UC Berkeley and many more wonderful institutions.

Prior Year Highlights We finished last fiscal year with an operating surplus again, primarily due to higher-than-budgeted enrollment coupled with continued careful cost management. Our annual fundraising efforts improved again over the previous year but have not yet returned to pre-recession levels. Our level of need-based financial aid remains higher than recent years (although comparable to prior peak levels) in keeping with the core diversity element of our mission. Our cash operating reserves, which provide a crucial safety net for the school against uncontrollable external shocks, are now above our initial target. The overage provides the school flexibility to pursue opportunities for improvements which would otherwise be out of reach. The endowment remains in good shape though we would like to build it substantially in the coming years. The building maintenance reserves, held by the National Center of International Schools (NCIS) on behalf of both Chinese American and French American, remain at target levels. We renovated the fourth floor to create a more inviting and functional space for our middle school students, and together with CAIS we reconfigured the Hickory play yard to improve the experience for all the children.

Now and the Future We celebrated the major milestone of our 50th Anniversary in many ways, celebrating the talents of our students and honoring the past while looking toward the future. Attendance at all the events was excellent, and we used the occasion to reconnect with many alumni. Now we look to the next twenty years and beyond. The Board of Trustees and the Senior Management Team have developed a strategic vision for the school to guide our evolution. We re-examined our mission and re-committed to all its core elements – French/English bilingual education, internationalism, diversity. We assessed the environment and concluded we can remain healthy well into the future. We renewed our commitment to all forms of diversity, and will be striving to address the concerns regarding affordability that we’ve heard from our community. We hope to extend and deepen our international collaborations and program offerings. We are exploring the addition of an IB or Spanish language track in the middle school. We have embraced the revolution now underway in education, and have begun to implement new methods of teaching across all school sections; we intend to be at the forefront of this revolution in the independent and international school worlds, while retaining the best of what has worked for us for fifty years. We continue to seek a way to create an Early Childhood Center, which would allow us to add one more PK-3 class, and provide better age-appropriate facilities. We also continue our efforts to improve the facilities for physical education, athletics, and health and wellness. We have identified what we believe is the optimal size of the school, subject to having the necessary space. And we envision that someday we may have a boarding facility to attract additional high school students from around the Bay and around the world. We look forward to working with the entire school community as we continue to make progress towards our goals.

Tex Schenkkan

Chairman, Board of Trustees Président du Conseil de gestion

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Jane Camblin

Head of School Proviseur


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e Lycée International Franco-Américain (LIFA) continue à connaître une déperdition d’effectifs très réduite et une demande record. Nos élèves de 4e sont totalement bilingues et déjà en train d’acquérir la maîtrise d’une troisième langue. Au cours des deux dernières années, 100 % de nos élèves de troisième ont été reçus au brevet avec un grand nombre de « mentions » (le taux de réussite en France se situe aux alentours de 80 %). Nos élèves du baccalauréat international obtiennent des résultats très supérieurs à la moyenne mondiale, et les trois dernières promotions de notre section Baccalauréat français ont enregistré un taux de réussite de 100 %. Nos élèves de terminale de l’année dernière sont maintenant à Brown, Georgetown, John Hopkins, Kings College London, NYU, Princeton, Sciences Po, Tufts, UC Berkeley et bien d’autres institutions renommées.

Faits saillants de l’année passée Nous avons encore une fois clôturé l’année fiscale avec un excédent d’exploitation, essentiellement attribuable à des inscriptions supérieures aux effectifs prévus au budget, ainsi qu’à une gestion des coûts toujours rigoureuse. La tendance à l’amélioration des résultats de nos activités de collectes de fonds se poursuit, mais ceux-ci n’ont pas encore retrouvé leurs niveaux d’avant la récession. Le budget alloué à l’assistance financière fondée sur les besoins reste supérieur à celui du passé récent (même s’il est comparable à celui des niveaux record enregistrés par le passé) dans un souci de préservation de l’élément fondamental de notre mission qu’est la diversité. Nos réserves d’exploitation en numéraire, dont l’objet crucial est d’amortir les effets sur l’établissement de chocs externes échappant à son contrôle, surpassent maintenant notre cible initiale. Le surplus permet à l’établissement d’envisager des possibilités d’améliorations qui seraient autrement hors de sa portée. Le fonds de dotation reste solide, même si nous souhaitons le consolider de manière substantielle au cours des années à venir. Les réserves aux fins de la maintenance des locaux, détenues par le National Center of International Schools (NCIS) pour Chinese American et le LIFA, demeurent au niveau ciblé. Nous avons rénové le quatrième étage pour aménager un espace plus accueillant et plus fonctionnel pour nos élèves du collège, et en collaboration avec CAIS, nous avons reconfiguré la cour Hickory dans le souci de la qualité de la vie de tous les enfants.

de cette occasion pour reprendre contact avec beaucoup d’anciens élèves. Nous nous intéressons maintenant aux vingt prochaines années, à l’avenir. Le Conseil de gestion et l’équipe de direction ont défini une vision stratégique pour guider l’évolution de notre établissement. Nous avons réexaminé notre mission et nous sommes engagés en faveur de tous ses éléments de base – un enseignement bilingue français / anglais, l’internationalisme, la diversité. Nous avons évalué l’environnement et conclu que nos perspectives d’avenir sont très encourageantes. Nous avons réaffirmé notre engagement en faveur de toutes les formes de diversité, et nous nous efforcerons de répondre aux préoccupations relatives à l’accessibilité économique exprimées par notre communauté. Nous espérons élargir et approfondir nos collaborations internationales et nos offres de programmes. Nous étudions actuellement l’ajout d’un Baccalauréat International ou d’un cursus en langue espagnole au collège. Nous avons épousé les concepts révolutionnaires en cours de mise en œuvre dans le domaine de l’éducation, et commencé à appliquer de nouvelles méthodes pédagogiques à tous les niveaux de l’établissement. Nous entendons être à l’avant-garde de cette révolution dans le monde des établissements scolaires indépendants et internationaux, tout en restant fidèles aux principes qui ont contribué à notre réussite ces quinze dernières années. Nous recherchons toujours un moyen d’ouvrir un centre consacré à la petite enfance, qui nous permettrait d’ajouter une ou plusieurs classes de maternelle petite section, et de disposer de locaux plus appropriés aux besoins de cet âge. Nous continuons à travailler à l’amélioration de nos installations d’éducation physique, de sports et de santé/mieuxêtre. Nous avons identifié ce que nous pensons être la taille optimale de l’établissement, si nous disposons d’un espace suffisant. Et nous envisageons un jour l’acquisition de locaux de pensionnat dans lesquels nous pourrons accueillir des lycéens supplémentaires en provenance de la région de la Baie et du monde entier. C’est avec grand plaisir que nous travaillerons avec l’ensemble de la communauté de l’établissement sur la voie de nos objectifs.

Regard vers l’avenir Nous venons de fêter de manières différentes une étape importante : celle de notre 50e anniversaire. Nous y avons rendu hommage aux talents de nos élèves et honoré le passé, tout en gardant le regard tourné vers l’avenir. Le public est venu nombreux à tous les événements, et nous avons profité

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Total Revenue By Source 2010-11: $23,107,000 Endowment and Other Assets: $214,000 Academic Income (After School, Exams, Trips): $1,426,000

Administrative Income (interest): $90,0000

Advancement/Fundraising Income: $1,264,000

Tuition (net of aid and discounts): $20,113,000

Operating Expenses 2010-11: $23,099,000 Depreciation: $761,000

Contingency: $359,000

Facilities (Security, Maintenance, Utilities, Janitorial): $2,383,000 Bond Debt Service: $830,000 Operations (Insurance, Technology, Publications, Advancement): $1,161,000

Program

(Salaries, Taxes, Benefits): Administrative (Salaries, Taxes, Benefits): $2,680,000

Program (Trips, Books, Athletics, Professional Development): $2,245,000

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$12,680,000


Annual Fund Revenue By Source 2010-11: $1,245,088 Special Events: $451,326 Parents: $445,587 Foundations and Grants: $146,585 Board of Trustees: $57,400 Matching Gifts and Corporate Support: $41,775 Friends: $35,550 Alumni Parents: $32,920 Grandparents: $30,405 Rebate Programs/Merchandize: $1,965 Alumni: $1,665

Parent Participation by Grade 2010-11

80%

75%

74%

78%

71% 66%

61%

66%

78%

78%

75% 68%

63% 49% 51%

PK3 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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Endowment Endowment Fund Annual Report

Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2011

Overview of the Endowment

e manage the French American endowment to provide stable and sustainable support to the school. Stable support means a fairly predictable—and not very volatile—cash contribution each year. Stable support facilitates annual budgeting and organizational planning. Sustainable support means that over the long run, the annual spending, combined with the investment policy, will retain the purchasing power of the original capital. Growth of the endowment (beyond maintaining purchasing power) will require new contributions and, as part of our long-range strategic plan, is a goal that we are committed to pursuing.

June 30, 2011 Funding Designations:

W

Per Audited Financial Statement June 30,2011: Donations $2,350 Dividends, Interest, Capital Gains Distributions

$173,701

Net realized and unrealized gains (losses)

$906,875

Expenses (Mgmt Fee paid to Advisor and Tax Prep)

($28,309)

Transfers to French American and International ($164,000) _____________________________________________________ Ending Balance (June 30, 2011)

$5,843,060

June 30, 2011 Investment Allocations: Actual Target _____________________________________________________ Cash

1.0% 0%

Fixed Income

35.0%

35%

Domestic Equity

35.0%

35%

Foreign Equity

25.0%

25%

4.0

5%

Real Assets

Asset Allocation 0.0% 0% _____________________________________________________

100% 100%

School Operations

62.0%

Staff Development

1.0%

Financial Aid 37.0% _____________________________________________________

Investment Policy Our investment policy includes strategic allocations to equities, bonds, and real assets. We review these allocations annually, but change them infrequently as they are based on long-term views. Currently we target 60% of the endowment in equities, 35% in bonds, and 5% in real assets. That 60% allocation to equities includes 35% to domestic (US) equities and 25% to foreign equities. We believe our foreign equity allocation should be somewhat higher than for a typical private school endowment because we are an International school, with some expenses tied to inflation outside the US. As to the specific investments, we choose low cost (mainly index) mutual funds. Based on these allocations, and our assessment of the long-range return of these asset classes relative to inflation, we believe we can on average and sustainably spend 4% of the endowment each year, while maintaining the purchasing power of the endowment.

Spending Rule Even though we believe we can sustainably transfer 4% of the fund each year to the school, if we just did exactly that the annual contribution would be just as volatile as our investment portfolio. We want more predictability than that, so we use a rule designed by economists for the Yale endowment fund. To smooth out our transfers, we average two different numbers. One is 4% of the endowment value. The other is last year’s endowment transfer to the school (increased by the rate of

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100%


inflation since last year). We place 70% of the weight on last year’s transfer. Over the long run, we transfer 4% of the endowment per year, but year over year, this approach reduces the volatility of the transfers by 50%. You may notice that last year’s transfer of $164,000 seems significantly less than 4% of the current fund value. A few years ago, we temporarily stopped transfers to the school to build up the endowment. The spending rule acts, then, to ramp up transfers over a few years. This upcoming year’s contribution will be $175,000.

The Future As of June 30, 2011, the endowment stood at about $5,800,000, so it can transfer roughly $230,000 (in 2011 dollars) to the school each year. That’s roughly 1% of our annual budget. So while useful and appreciated, our endowment is not sufficiently large to significantly impact the budget. Over the long run, we hope to grow the endowment, through contributions, to a point where it could transfer an amount equal to roughly 10% of the school’s annual budget.

Endowment Funds and Capital Projects Received July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011

French American and International value the generous support of our parents, alumni, and friends who made gifts, pledges, and pledge payments in support of endowment, capital, and other special projects during the 2010-2011 fiscal year. These gifts help build a better future for our school and our students.

The John Kearin Fund

Gifts made in memory of John Kearin, 1955-2008 Jean-Pierre Nagy

Nicholas Sommerfield Memorial Scholarship Fund Gifts made in memory of Nicholas Sommerfield, 1997-2003 Anonymous (1) Julia Bardzil Brian McGuire Jennifer Oliver Amanda Reid Gretchen Sommerfield and Bonnie Cardell Julia Yurchak

Edythe Lynn Wexler Memorial Scholarship Fund

Ronald Kahn, Endowment Board President Endowment Board Members Frances Hochschild, Vice President and Secretary Keith Geeslin, Treasurer Martin Cohn James Kirk Joshua Margulies

Anonymous (1) Herbert Meier

Capital

Gifts received July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011

$25,000+

Anonymous (1)

$2,500+

Kurz Family Foundation

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The Communiqué is produced to inform the French American and International community about philanthropic activities and school accomplishments. This edition of the Communiqué includes donor lists for the last full fiscal year (July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011).

Donor List

School Operations

Great care has been taken in preparing this report to make it as accurate as possible. The Advancement Office apologizes for any errors or omissions. If you should note an inaccuracy, please notify us at 415-558-2015 so that we can correct our records.. French American International School and International High School are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

2010-2011 Annual Fund

Gifts received July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011

The Annual Fund is the School’s single largest fundraising initiative, supported by donors from every constituency. We are extraordinarily grateful to our current families for their generosity and commitment to the Annual Fund and to the many alumni, parents of alumni, grandparents, faculty, and staff who believe in the impact their contributions have on our school. The Annual Fund supports many aspects of the school, but at its heart, it allows us to continually invest in our programs, facility, staff and, most importantly, our students. Thank you! We would also like to extend special thanks to the co-chairs of the 2010-2011 Annual Fund and to the nearly 50 volunteers who supported their efforts as class captains, phonathon volunteers, and all-round advocates for our dynamic program. Cercle du Proviseur: Brian Ferrall and Chuck Han Middle School: Isis Spinola-Schwartz

Cercle du Proviseur All donors of $1,500 or more are counted towards the Cercle du Proviseur giving society. Thank you for your leadership and ongoing generosity.

Président $50,000+

Anonymous (1) The Baker Street Foundation

Conseil de Gestion $25,000+

Anonymous (1) Stephan Forget and Florence Solal The Tom Merit Hancock Family Fund Jeannik Littlefield

Proviseur $10,000+

Anonymous (1) Christian and Corrina Bonomo Lucille Dedier Meyer Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund The Kahn Family Joshua Margulies Bonnie Menes Kahn Michael and Tana Powell Michael Rowbotham and Karin Lottrup Petersen Gregory and Patricia Thayer Robin Wright and Ian Reeves

Proviseur Adjoint $5,000 to $9,999

Anonymous (2) BlackRock Jared and Claire Bobrow David and Mina Bonovich Adam Cioth and Beth Cobert Claudio Cornali and Julie A. Choi

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Lower School: Robert Bottome and Charlie McCoy High School: Beatrice Burgess and Paul Lowrey

Derek Covert and Mary Connick S. Kobayashi and C. Han David and Andrea Kennedy Alison Kiley Rachel and Ananth Madhavan John Paloglou and Dorothy Greene Thomas White and Tammy Smith-White

Principal

$2,500 to $4,999 Anonymous (4) Adobe Systems Inc. Gary and Allison Beckman Asim Bhansali and Brittny Bottorff Robert and Sharon Bottome Mark Bronez and Veronique Lauriault Michael Burbank and Cindy Roberts Steven Carnevale and Kelly Gorman Philippe Courtot and Freya Anne Eduarte

Thierry d’Allant and Ruth Berson Brant Downes and Latifa Medjdoub Brian Ferrall and Laurie Poston Harold Matthew and Dorothée Fisher Vince Foecke and Linda Hinton Christopher and Andrea Galvin Felix Hack and Ann Lucchesi Ramzi and Maria Haidamus Gina Hill Geoffrey Holtz and Christine Ferrari Carlene and Henry Laughlin Asriel and Carmela Levin Paul Machle and Kathleen Jordan Patrice Maheo and Ping Xie William Marino Charlie and Jeanette McCoy Stephen McGrath and Marina Landau John Mendelson and Veronica Segredo Microsoft Corporation Laura Milner The Mudge Family


Christine Motley and Neil O’Donnell Anne-Marie and Robert Pierce Larry and Jane Reed The San Francisco Foundation Leigh Sata and Wendy Chin Gerard and Judith Schenkkan Owen and Molly Seitel Joseph and Patricia Shank Harinder Singh and Ramninder Hansra M. Bradley Smith and Michele Trufelli Ralph Squillace The Thendara Foundation Zeev Vax and Marcia Bana Tonetto Wells Fargo Bank Chuck Williams

Chef du département $1,500 to $2,499

Anonymous (5) Jean Paul and Ann Balajadia Bank of America Henry Bannister and Kyoko Watanabe Chuck Bloszies and Courtney Broaddus Victor Burley Richard Calle and Rebecca Speer Frederic and Odile Canadas John Cate and Jeanne Myerson Timothy and Stella Chen Gregg and Donna Cummings James Curran and Jacqueline Lytle Laurent and Adriana de Bord Dolby

Gavin Dollinger and Mariane Merle French American International Lower School Parent Board Gerald George and Christine Wardell Google Inc. David Hearth and Lauren Hall Steven Hirsch and Paik-Swan Low Valerie and Thierry Jahan Tony and Rita Kim Steven Kusmer and Patricia Plude Bruno Larvol and Wan Chi Michael and Rebecca Leeds Mark and Carol Lerdal Aaron Levine and Patricia Ryan Thomas and Stephanie Lima Carol Linburn and Jan Krepelka Diane Jones Lowrey and Paul Lowrey Kathleen and Dexter Lowry David and Christine McSpadden Theodore and Kirsten Miclau Hae-Lim Minus The Mudge Family Jon and Leslie Norris Girish Pancha and Fiona McGrath-Pancha Richard and Ashley Rochman Antal and Cheryl Runneboom Karen Schmid Joann Shank David and Debra Shapiro Young Shin and Eloisa Tejero Skoll Foundation Paul Spiegel The Mathias Lloyd Spiegel Foundation Thomas and Iris Stone Lambert and Daphne Stumpel

John Surnow and Elizabeth Moy Tristan and Evelyne Thommasson Leon and Karen Traister David Unietis and Anita Vermeulen Frank and Sarah Wagner Zhenya Yoder

Mentor

$500 to $1,499 Anonymous (12) Howard and Anne Allen Magnus Almquist and Elda Checa Abdulrahman Al-Thani and Nathalie Al-Thani Garrick and Terry Amgott-Kwan Hassan and Laleh Amin

Lowell and Jo Anne Aplet Anil and Ann Arora Frederick and Hilary Baldi Paul Banas and Jasmine Kim Daniel Bane and Olga Cyimana Bane Andrei and Natalie Bareli Justin and Erica Barney Martin and Sarah Barrs Louis-Martin and Colette Bedard Laurence Bellenguez-Lavin Philippe and Katherine Bellevin Michael and Ruriko Benavides Howard and Gail Berman Gary Beuschel and John Kruse Ynze Bijl and Tina Smith Tom Blair and Mayumi Blair Kimberly Branagh Rita Brantner Kimiko Burton ‘82

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Jean-Claude Calegari ‘90 and Ninive Calegari Jane and Roy Camblin Dorion Carroll and Michele Muller Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Francis and Lillian Chin Marilyn Christiansen Malcolm Clark and Azeb Gessesse Trisha Conroy Jonathan Craig and Patty Nozato Judy Craig Orpheus Crutchfield Frank and Elena Dal Santo Jacquelyn Dara Brian Davis and Casey Kimball Stephane de Bord Christiane de Bord James De Golia and Terri Hanagan Denis Descause and Romana Ricci Philip Dion Julie Doherty Cecily Dumas Ken Ebanks and Suzanne AbeleEbanks Martin and Maria Ebert Noel Ellman Dean Engle and Michelle Jeong Jonathan Epstein Marc Escobosa ‘91 and Meg Escobosa Cihat Esrefoglu and Ozgul Yolcu Eric Ethington and Douglas Okun David Evans and Marie Josee Dumoulin Dennis Fisher and Melanie Adams Mark and Christine Fisher Phillip Fong and Diana You Gino Fortunato and Laura Meyer James and Christen Friedman Ronald and Beverly Garrity Genentech Michael Gerrity and Katherine Patty-Gerrity

Kayvaan Ghassemieh and Shannon Wolfe Vernon Goins ‘88 and Darlene Goins Estella Greenfield Tim and Shailly Guleri Justin and Amy Hess Roger Hochschild ‘82 and Stephanie Hochschild Rick Holman and Toby Levy Robert Horvat and Veselka Budimir Stephen and Elizabeth Howe David and Cheryl Howell Stewart and Noreen Irving Anne Kelley Gary and Emily Ketchen Thomas and Lynn Kiley Mason and Amanda Kirby John Knightly and Floriana Spezza Juan Kong and Donna KempnerKong Daniel Laury and Anne Dautun Brian Lavan and Michelle Kuhne Philippe and Annabel Lavielle Richard Lawless and Ellen Filvaroff John and Rebecca Lee Laurance Lee and Sofia Touami Arthur Levy and Anais Miessan LiveOps, Inc. Paul Loeffler and Michael Sullivan Dwight Long and Beverly Patterson Pascal Lorne and Sylvie Alavoine Frederick Luhmann and Theresa Henry Patricia Lurie Polly Lyman Jane Mac Elree Gonçalo and Rebecca MacieiraKaufmann John and Kathryn Marple Michael Mayzel France and Margaret McCoy Adrian and Cynthia McDermott Terence and Abigail Meurk Geoff and Lisa Moore Roger and Challis Mosher Robert and Paige Mullin Josh Nossiter Yasuo and Judith Nozato Doug Nugent and Becky Mortimer Daniel and Mara O’Day Andrew Posselt and Faye Jamali Stefan and Michelle Raczek Gus and Hildy Revenaugh Ted and Courtney Rice Alex and Ladan Saleh David Samra and Erica Pearson Samra Carolyn Sasser Alexander Savenkov and Svetlana Savenkova Kenneth and Tina Schneider David Schwartz and Isis SpinolaSchwartz

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Judi Seiden Jacqueline Singer Neil and Gina Smith Colin Smith and Barbara FaganSmith Steve Stone and Bridget BaskettStone Stephen Street and Natalie Marine-Street Roger Swanson and Lena Zhang Qizhi Tang and Kim Low Claudio and Elizabeth Tarchi Jose Tejero and Eden Tejero Andrei Terebilo and Nina Bubnova G. Victor and Susan Treyz United Way of the Bay Area John and Debra Varian John Verbestel and Kyle Matthews Stephen Viess and Meghan Biesiadecki Christopher and Lilian Wagner Adil and Lori Wakil Seth Weissman and Margaret Robbins Paul Wolters and Amy Sehnert Alonso and Janina Wong Albert Yu and Suzy Leung

Coach

up to $499 Anonymous (58) David and Barbara Abecassis Daniel Adams and Maria Luisa Gorno Tempini James Adrian Laura Albert Haitham and Ilham Al-Hafnawi Fred Altshuler and Julia Cheever Bryan and Judith Alvarez Eric Amblard and Catherine Boucher AMCI West Arthur and Natalie Anchipolovsky Jaime Arbona and Anne Caird Fred and Beth Asperin Bank of the West Franck Barrat and Vanessa Barrat Anthony Berman and Sarah Voynow-Berman Amy Berman ‘05 Valérie Bianquis Eric Blomquist and Karen Cavanagh Alain Bourgade and Eileen BlumBourgade Robert Boles and Christine Lebeau-Boles Youcef and Megan Bouhamama Raymond Boyington Jack and Lynette Branagh Ruvim and Inna Braude Clark and Linda Brink Andrew and Mara Brown Paul and Ann Brunetta BT Americas Gary and Clydene Bultman

William and Beatrice Burgess Michele Burton Jeff and Nathalie Cabili Guillaume Cabrère and Bérengère Ducloux Cabrère David Caldwell and Chloe Soroquere Bernard and Beatrice Carrot Paul Cartier and Teresa Palmer Marc and Mary Ann Cavness Marie-France Cesar Dickson and Chitra Chan Patrick and Dorothee Chanezon Philippe and Meredith Charpantier Xi Tao Chen and Xiao Ling Guan Michael and V-Anne Chernock Michelle Chernock Tiberio and Gloria Cialone Matt and Cindy Clementz Ray and Laura Coleman John Conroy and Delia Dempsey Brad and Tamara Cooreman Alejandro and Sylvia Corpuz Laurie Cotulla Nathan and Delphine Cozzolino John and Claire Curran Svetuslav and Ksenia Danich Michael Dart and Janine Darwin Don David and Olivia Leao Pieter De Haan and Ruth Rainero Monique de la Plaza Nilus De Matran and Jennifer Morla-De Matran Mac and Ethel DeMaio Jean-Maurice Denève and Lori Christiansen Darryl DeWald John Diamante Discover Financial Services


John and Rio Dluzak Kevin Dorning and Marion Lovinger John Drake and Christine LemorDrake Henry and Joy Drinker Frank and Jennifer Drolet Damian and Yanitsy Dueñas Timothy Dufka and Marie-Pierre Carlotti Andrew Dunbar and Zoee Astrachan Craig Dunham Herbert and Sarah Dunmeyer Bob and Connie Eby Scott Echols Martin and Maricela Encinas Charles and Lois Epstein Xavier and Jelena Erhart Kaan Erol and Aylin Uysal Raymond and Sadia Faber Blaine and Maria Feinstein Marie Ferreira and Tarly Manak David Fierberg and Deborah Baron Mike and Marika Fishman Nicolas Fiszman and Christina Hellmich Fabrice and Phyllis Florin David Ford and Beate Israel-Ford Eric and Ellamarie Fortenbach Alexander Fowler and Megan McVay Greg and Jan Fowler Stephen Fowler and Renee Stephens Jill Foxe David and Sonya Franklin

Julia Friedlander Bernard and Hannah Friedlander Paul and Paloma Friedman Bruce and Michele Fuller Michel Fuller ‘92 Marlene Fusello Deven Gadula and Dana Petersen Gap, Inc. Roger and Irma Garcia Martin Garduno and Maria Villagran Sebhatleab Gebremedhin and Saba Mesfin David Gilson and Marcia Settel Judith Glickman Robert Grant Mel and June Grant Michael Groh and Carole Zingeser Ashok Gujral and Susan Gujral Dale and Teresa Gutierrez Cédric Guyot and Laure Latham Eric Halpern and Gina Bartlett Sharon Halpern Lawrence and Deborah Hamilton Bob and Benna Harris Christian Didier and Sari Juliana Haudenschild Shirley Heine Karen E. Heisler ‘78 William and Theresa Henry Mark and Karen Hensley Colleen Higgs James Hill and Abigail Wainwright Raymond and Anne-Catherine Hinz

Frances Hochschild ‘80 Jeff and Karen Horn Hanru Hou and Evelyne HouJouanno Florence Huang Joseph and Teresa Huang Kevin and Parisa Hudson Thomas Hunt and Linda Candelaria Joseph and Cherie Ignatius Dana Isaac ‘04 Mark Iverson and Wendy Lowinger Habib and Mary Jamali Matthew and Sara Jennison Henry and Sylvie Jim Jeffrey Johnson and Kara Long Marta Johnson Reverdy Johnson ‘92 and Alexis Johnson Christophe Joly and Delphine Verdie Ellis and Eugenia Jones David and Alison Jones Leslie Kardos ‘82 and Miguel Barron Clea Karlstrom ‘92 Gilles Karpowicz Michael Kasolas and Stella Pantazis Bogale Kassaye and Hanna Alemayehu Andreas Katz and Judith Powell Kazan, McClain, Lyons, Greenwood & Harley, PLC Patrick Kennedy and Nichele Harris

Kathleen Kennedy Don and Barbara Ketchen Georgios Kiurtsidis and Katarina Bakerova Jean Klein Bart and Ana Klerkx Daniel Klingebiel ‘89 and Yoko Klingebiel Walter and Murni Knoepfel Howard Koenig and Elizabeth Rody Koenig Loïc and Carrie Kreitmann

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Steve and Arlene Krieger Yann and Julie Kronberg Michael and Lisa Krouse Lola Krouse Jeanne Kwong Leslie Lambert Dora Landaverde Pierre Lapeyrade ‘83 Neil and Wei Lawrence Pierre and Susan Le Corre Alain and Siew Lian Le Roy Polly Legendre Richard and Gerry Leidlein Howie Leifer Odile Leland-Arizmendi ‘91 and Javier Arizmendi Pierre and Diane Lemor Christine Lemor-Drake Carla Leshne Stephanie Levin Ronald Lickers and Kimberly Gallegos Nat and Clara Lucchesi Caren Ludmer Toby Ludmer Christopher and Liesl Ludwig William and Alexandra Magill Patrick Maguire and Elizabeth O’Boyle Maguire Phillip and Mona Malik Lillian Mandelman Charles Marcus and Catherine Sullivan Sarah Margulies Vernon and Angie Marshall John and Rae Joyce Marsyla Randall and Kelly Martin Michael Martins and Sabrina Sayre Geoffroy Mathieux Lucia Mathieux Kathleen McGee ‘08 Mya McGraw Jesse and Erika McMillin Peter and Barbara McSpadden Russell and Georgia McWhinney Ronald and Kelly Meaux Merck & Company Inc.

Evan Metcalf Gabriel Metcalf and Elizabeth Sullivan Scott and Karin Meyer Jacquie Meyers Stephen Miller James Misener Kathleen Moazed Steven Moazed Michael Moores and Rachel Shu Chris Morales and Diane DuBois Clarence Moreland and Laura Telep Casper Mork-Ulnes ‘92 and Lexie Mork-Ulnes John Murray and Mariela Moreno Lydia Murray Marilyn Myerson Abbas and Nada Nehme Alex Nerland and Lisa Signoff Liz Nichols Paul and Jennifer Nock Eric Oillarburu ‘88 and Aimee Oillarburu Mitchell Omerberg and Polly Marshall Joseph Omran and Leslie Alamsha-Omran Derek and Carol Oram, Michaela Bini Alexei Oreskovic and Jessica Branson Oreskovic Bernard and Ana Ortiz de Montellano Victor Ortiz de Montellano and Melissa Rodgers Jeffrey Paine and Margaret Parkinson Craig Palmer and Yong Hae Palmer Christopher Paszty ‘78 and Karin Brinkley Kenneth Patsel and Galina Alexandrova Matthew Peek and Renata Ancona

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Andrew Pennell and Heidi Bjornson-Pennell Walter and Kim Perich David Peters and Rhonda Rubinstein Charles and Cynthia Petersen Lawrence and Ourania Petrakis PG&E Corporation Michael Plotitsa George and Catherine Plude Maria Polishchuk ‘00 Mille Pradel Oland Chris Quan and Joan FischerQuan Christopher Ramstein and Katia Claude-Ramstein Zachary Van Doren and Florence Richard Pascal and Virginie Rigo David Robinson and Jeanne Darrah Barton and Shirley Rochman Daniel and Alexandra Rodoni Mark Rogers and Carol Salvagione Sten Arne Rosnes and Elisabeth Krahwinkel Nancy Russell Madeleine Russell-Shapiro ‘95 Juan Jose and Rosa Maria San Mames Jenny Sandelson and Jiri Weiss Bry and Ciela Sarté Frank and Marian Sata Rimon and Hadil Sawaya Edward and Virginia Sayre Earl and Jean Schneider Sanford and Tobey Schreiber Randall Sclar and Julie Miller Laurent Scotto Di Uccio and Alice Jolimaitre Jay Seiden and Dionne Woods Gregg Seo and Jana Klein Young Hee Shin Lawrence Simi and Janet Rogers John and Janet Simpson Mark Singer Mary Singer Michael and Diana Siu Carolle Skov Mara Holt Skov and Steven Skov Holt Mark and Emily Slichter Paul Sloan and Linda Simonin Brad Smallridge and Vicki Kleban Michael and Bridget Smith Joy Smith-Kyne Arthur Snyder Frank and Elissa Sommerfield Gretchen Sommerfield and Bonnie Cardell Gilbert Soroquére Steve Spillan and Demetria Vong-Spillan Georgiana Spradling Bala Srinivas

Susan Stahlek Leo and Jeanne Steffen Fabrice and Blanche Steiblé Martha and Richard Stookey Nathaniel Stookey ‘88 and Jodi Dunmeyer Stookey ‘88 Eric Suesz Michael Szotak and Beverly Lehr Kristina Tarczy-Hornoch ‘88 Jocelyn Tejero Eric Thatcher and Valerie FahsThatcher Catherine Theilen Burke ‘78 and John Burke Leslie Theodore Laurent and Dominique Theulier Tyson Thomas ‘88 Robert Thornton Jaime Tollas and Hayden Tollas Patrice and Theresa Tollenaere Valerie Toner and Barry Toner Anthony Trask and Karen Regelman Christiane Tsouo Harvey and William Harvey Lewis Tucker and Ottavia Bassetti Richard Ulffers and Cynthia Ulffers Esref and Joan Uner Alexander Vakoula and Yekaterina Polosukhina Read Vanderbilt Amelia Wyman Varela ‘92 and Francisco Varela Lisa Victor and Blair Herbert Carmen Villegas-Grant Sebastian von Nagel and Deborah ibbetts von Nagel Mr. Wagne and Ms. Wagne Erin Wallen Judi Wallner Ko Pen and Shu Lian Wang Maelin Wang Mary Wang Mathieu Weber ‘93 Joshua Weinstein and Jayne Goldstein Joseph and Emily Wetzel Betty Wexler Charlie and Chris Whisenand Brenda Williams Teresa Wilson James Wilson Hans-Christian and Manuela Wirtz Mee Mee Wong Richard Wurzelbacher and Anne French Marcus Yoder Alice Young Debbie Zachareas Richard and Sylvie Zolezzi


Foundations

Corporations and Matching Gifts

Thank you to the following foundations for their significant support of our students and our programs.

We thank the many parents, past parents, alumni, and friends who took advantage of their employers’ matching gift programs to increase the value of their contributions to the school. We also want to thank our community members for bringing corporate support to the school through advertising purchases and retail rebate programs. The companies listed below contributed over $42,000 in fiscal year 2010-2011. Many companies will match your generosity dollar for dollar, and some will even double or triple the amount of your gift. We encourage you to talk with your employer about matching gift opportunities and how they can support French American and International.

$50,000+ The Baker Street Foundation

$20,000+ The Tom Merit Hancock Family Fund

$10,000+ Skywords Family Foundation, Inc.

$2,500+ Kurz Family Foundation The San Francisco Foundation The Thendara Foundation

Adobe Systems Inc. AMCI West Armanino McKenna, LLP Bank of America Bank of the West BlackRock BT Americas Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. City Dental City Skin and Laser Clinic, Inc. Der Manouel Insurance Group Discover Financial Services Dolby Laboratories eScrip Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant First Republic Bank Gap, Inc. Genentech Google Inc. Integral Financial Solutions, LLC Kazan, McClain, Lyons, Greenwood & Harley, PLC

Little Pim Corporation LiveOps, Inc. Macy’s Northwest Region Merck & Company Inc. Metro Dental Microsoft Corporation Milner Olive Farms MMC Matching Gifts Program OneCause Oracle Corporation Patelco PG&E Corporation Rainbow Grocery Cooperative Roche Molecular Systems Skoll Foundation Sweet and Baker Insurance Brokers, Inc. Target United Way of the Bay Area Wells Fargo Bank

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Alumni

Current and Former Grandparents

Alumni of the school - whether they call their alma mater FABS, FAIS, French American, IHS, or International - continue to support the school in meaningful ways. Thank you to the following individuals for their gifts to the 2010-2011 Annual Fund. (Number in parentheses indicates the total number of years of giving.)

We are extremely grateful for the generous financial support provided by grandparents of our current students and our alumni. Whether living nearby or on another continent, we warmly embrace these members of our extended community and invite them to share in the French American and International experience through La Lettre, our website, community events, and visits to the school.

Jennifer Goldberg Annunziata ‘87 (2) Amy Berman ‘05 (7) Kimiko Burton ‘82 (6) Jean-Claude Calegari ‘90 (4) Marcella White Campbell ‘95 (12) Susan Donner ‘80 (9) Marc Escobosa ‘91 (3) Michel Fuller ‘92 (12) Vernon Goins ‘88 (4) Karen E. Heisler ‘78 (18) Frances Hochschild ‘80 (12) Roger Hochschild ‘82 (15) Dana Isaac ‘04 (6) Reverdy Johnson ‘92 (12) Leslie Kardos ‘82 (11) Clea Karlstrom ‘92 (10) Daniel Klingebiel ‘89 (6) Pierre Lapeyrade ‘83 (4) Odile Leland-Arizmendi ‘91 (10)

Michelle MacKenzieMenendez ‘85 (8) Kathleen McGee ‘08 (2) Casper Mork-Ulnes ‘92 (6) Eric Oillarburu ‘88 (5) Lily Panyacosit Alisse ‘92 and Jason Shields ‘89 (1) Christopher Paszty ‘78 (17) Maria Polishchuk ‘00 (4) Madeleine Russell-Shapiro ‘95 (12) Janai Lavrich Southworth ‘88 (12) Nathaniel Stookey ‘88 and Jodi Dunmeyer Stookey ‘88 (8) Kristina Tarczy-Hornoch ‘88 (10) Catherine Theilen Burke ‘78 (9) Tyson Thomas ‘88 (12) Xavier Tsouo ‘88 (5) Amelia Wyman Varela ‘92 (3) Mathieu Weber ‘93 (11)

Anonymous (11) Howard and Anne Allen Lowell and Jo Anne Aplet Fred and Beth Asperin Raymond Boyington Jack and Lynette Branagh Rita Brantner Clark and Linda Brink Michele Burton Marc and Mary Ann Cavness Michael and V-Anne Chernock Marilyn Christiansen Tiberio and Gloria Cialone Ray and Laura Coleman Laurie Cotulla Svetuslav and Ksenia Danich Christiane de Bord Mac and Ethel DeMaio Henry and Joy Drinker Herbert and Sarah Dunmeyer Bob and Connie Eby Noel Ellman Charles and Lois Epstein Greg and Jan Fowler Bernard and Hannah Friedlander Bruce and Michele Fuller Estella Greenfield Sharon Halpern Bob and Benna Harris Shirley Heine William and Theresa Henry Colleen Higgs Joseph and Teresa Huang Joseph and Cherie Ignatius Habib and Mary Jamali Ellis and Eugenia Jones Anne Kelley Don and Barbara Ketchen Thomas and Lynn Kiley Jean Klein Steve and Arlene Krieger Lola Krouse Richard and Gerry Leidlein Pierre and Diane Lemor Nat and Clara Lucchesi Toby Ludmer

Jane Mac Elree Lillian Mandelman Sarah Margulies John and Rae Joyce Marsyla Lucia Mathieux France and Margaret McCoy Peter and Barbara McSpadden Russell and Georgia McWhinney Evan Metcalf Roger and Challis Mosher Lydia Murray Marilyn Myerson Liz Nichols Derek and Carol Oram, Michaela Bini Bernard and Ana Ortiz de Montellano Charles and Cynthia Petersen Michael Plotitsa George and Catherine Plude Barton and Shirley Rochman Nancy Russell Frank and Marian Sata Edward and Virginia Sayre Earl and Jean Schneider Sanford and Tobey Schreiber Judi Seiden Joann Shank Joseph and Patricia Shank Young Hee Shin John and Janet Simpson Jacqueline Singer Carolle Skov Frank and Elissa Sommerfield Gilbert Soroquére Bala Srinivas Leo and Jeanne Steffen Martha and Richard Stookey Jose Tejero and Eden Tejero Christiane Tsouo Harvey and William Harvey Frank and Sarah Wagner Judi Wallner Ko Pen and Shu Lian Wang Charlie and Chris Whisenand

In the 2010-2011 year we received gifts in honor of the following individuals: Lloyd Klein

Mille Pradel Oland Molly Seitel

Owen Seitel Sofie Seitel


Special Events 2010-2011

French American International School and International High School host three fundraising events annually, raising critical monies to support school operations. Over 200 volunteers and 700 attendees bring these events to life over the course of the year. The school would like to acknowledge the co-chairs of these important initiatives in the 2010-2011 school year. Clydene Bultman and Debbie Zachareas Soirée des Arts et des Vins, Fall 2010 Kimberly Branagh Dîner d’Epicure, March 2011 Jana Klein 29th Annual Auction, May 2011

Soirée des Arts et des Vins Wine and Food Donors

Andante Dairy Artisan Growers and Producers August West Wines Bisou French Bistro Broc Cellars & Broadside Winery Charles Neal Selections Cline Cellars Copain Wines Dashe Cellars Decoy Winery Diamond Wine Imports Duckhorn Wine Company DXG and Groom Wines Flowers Vineyard and Winery Foggy Bridge Winery Freeman Vineyards La Boulange La Ferme Soleil Lioco Wines Luli Wines Miner Family Vineyards Otoro Sushi Paradigm Winery Parr Selections Qupé Wine Cellars Robert Sinskey Vineyards Sauce Restaurant Southern Wine and Spirits The Sorting Table Wait Cellars WineWise Imports and Vienna Wine Company

Special Thanks

Andante Dairy Bond Winery Jane & Roy Camblin Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant International Travel Brokers La Boulange La Ferme Soleil Opus One Paradigm Winery Thompson River Ranch

Soirée 2010-2011 Scholarship The 2010 Soirée des Arts et des Vins culminated with a paddle raise to support scholarship and financial aid at French American and International. The school thanks the many guests who participated in this important fundraising initiative. Anonymous (1) Leslie Adams Mauricio Albrizzio Jane and Roy Camblin Victor and John Carrion Robert and Elizabeth Cleary Erin Cronin Garth and Shirley Cummings Susan Donner ‘80 Paul and Kristie Felton Marie Ferreira and Tarly Manak Vince Foecke and Linda Hinton Dennis and Sabrina Higgs Frances Hochschild ‘80 Robert and Bianca Kramer Carlene and Henry Laughlin Daniel Laury and Anne Dautun Franklin and Jenny Loffer Dwight Long and Beverly Patterson Diane Jones Lowrey and Paul Lowrey Kathleen and Dexter Lowry Polly Lyman Vernon and Angie Marshall Gail McGowan Mireille Rabaté Joann Shank Mark and Emily Slichter Christian and Diane Spirandelli Richard and Cynthia Ulffers Lisa Victor and Blair Herbert Stephen Viess and Meghan Biesiadecki Hans-Christian and Manuela Wirtz

Dîner d’Epicure Underwriting and In-Kind Donations Chapeau! Christiane de Bord Chef Philippe Gardelle Gyan Riley Thompson River Ranch

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Auction 2010-2011 French American and International wish to thank the many generous donors who contributed to this event. In addition to those listed below, members of our parent community, friends, former parents, and current faculty and staff were exceedingly generous in donating goods, services, and inspiration to make our Auction a success. We thank you all!

Table Purchasers Armanino McKenna, LLP Jean Paul and Ann Balajadia Patelco Lily Remoundos, M.Architecture, Realtor® / Zephyr Real Estate

Patrons Howard and Gail Berman Alain Bourgade and Eileen Blum-Bourgade Jared and Claire Bobrow Christian and Corrina Bonomo Robert and Sharon Bottome Jane and Roy Camblin Adam Cioth and Beth Cobert Joshua Cohn Gilles and Natalie Drieu Mark and Christine Fisher Stephan Forget and Florence Solal Ronald and Beverly Garrity S. Kobayashi and C. Han Alison Kiley Rob Lawrence Asriel and Carmela Levin Paul Loeffler and Michael Sullivan Kathleen and Dexter Lowry Robert and Paige Mullin Jon and Leslie Norris Antal and Cheryl Runneboom Gerard and Judith Schenkkan Karen Schmid Young Shin and Eloisa Tejero Seth Weissman and Margaret Robbins

Beverage Underwriting and In-Kind Donations Arlequin Wine Merchant Claire and Jared Bobrow Silver Pines Vineyards

Event and Faculty Fund Underwriting Anonymous (2) Daniel Bane and Olga Cyimana Bane Jared and Claire Bobrow Christian and Corrina Bonomo Kimberly Branagh

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City Dental City Skin and Laser Clinic, Inc. Malcolm Clark and Azeb Gessesse Stephane de Bord Der Manouel Insurance Group Richard Dong and Jennny Chiu Ken Ebanks and Suzanne AbeleEbanks Joan Elliot Stephen and Joan Fierberg First Republic Bank Michael Gerrity and Katherine Patty-Gerrity Eric Halpern and Gina Bartlett Gina Hill Frances Hochschild ‘80 David and Cheryl Howell Integral Financial Solutions, LLC Stewart and Noreen Irving Kathleen Kennedy Kenn and Anya LeGault Paul Loeffler and Michael Sullivan Dwight Long and Beverly Patterson Diane Jones Lowrey and Paul Lowrey Kathleen and Dexter Lowry Patrice Maheo and Ping Xie John Mendelson and Veronica Segredo Christine Motley and Neil O’Donnell Anne-Marie and Robert Pierce David Samra and Erica Pearson Samra Jenny Sandelson and Jiri Weiss Bry and Ciela Sarté Gerard and Judith Schenkkan Young Shin and Eloisa Tejero Sweet and Baker Insurance Brokers, Inc. Paul and Angela Villar Adil and Lori Wakil


Auction 2010-2011 Paddle Raise The 2011 Auction culminated with a paddle raise to support incremental Professional Development targeted for the 21st century. The school thanks the many generous guests who participated in this fundraising drive – your gifts directly support our teachers and in turn, our students. $2,500–$5,000 Adam Cioth and Beth Cobert Stephane de Bord Brian Ferrall and Laurie Poston Stephan Forget and Florence Solal Kayvaan Ghassemieh and Shannon Wolfe Dennis and Sabrina Higgs Matthew and Sara Jennison The Kahn Family David and Andrea Kennedy

$1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (2) Howard and Gail Berman Jared and Claire Bobrow Christian and Corrina Bonomo Jane and Roy Camblin Brant Downes and Latifa Medjdoub Gilles and Natalie Drieu Peter and Laura Fénton Ronald and Beverly Garrity Ramzi and Maria Haidamus Alison Kiley Robert and Bianca Kramer Rob Lawrence Asriel and Carmela Levin Mitra Morshed Andrew Posselt and Faye Jamali Alex and Ladan Saleh Gregg Seo and Jana Klein David and Debra Shapiro Young Shin and Eloisa Tejero

$500–$999 Anonymous (1) Robert and Sharon Bottome Kimiko Burton ‘82 Joshua Cohn Adrien S. Delecluse and Carole Gridley Laurent and Mary Jane Dubois Cecily Dumas Ken Ebanks and Suzanne Abele-Ebanks Steven Hirsch and Paik-Swan Low Stewart and Noreen Irving Mason and Amanda Kirby Kenn and Anya LeGault John Leidlein and Michelle Steigerwald Winston Little and Amy Rubenstein

Kathleen and Dexter Lowry John and Kathryn Marple Terence and Abigail Meurk Clarence Moreland and Laura Telep Gerard and Judith Schenkkan Richard and Cynthia Ulffers Adil and Lori Wakil Matthew and Beatriz Work

Up to $499 Anonymous (1) Mauricio Albrizzio Jean Paul and Ann Balajadia Louis-Martin and Colette Bedard Kimberly Branagh Orpheus Crutchfield Gregg and Donna Cummings John Dallas and Anne Longsworth Matthew and Karla Davis Russ Drinker and Deborah Holdeman Thomas Driscoll and Nancy Quinn Andrew Dunbar and Zoee Astrachan Marie Ferreira and Tarly Manak David Fierberg and Deborah Baron Phillip Fong and Diana You Eric and Ellamarie Fortenbach David and Cheryl Howell Dwight Long and Beverly Patterson Christopher and Liesl Ludwig Niris Lui and Scott Paton Paul Machle and Kathleen Jordan Ronald and Kelly Meaux John Mendelson and Veronica Segredo David and Sheila O’Connor Anne-Marie and Robert Pierce Rupert and Sylvia Russell Leigh Sata and Wendy Chin Sergey Shneyerson and Natalia Gurushina Steve Spillan and Demetria Vong-Spillan Anthony Trask and Karen Regelman Lisa Victor and Blair Herbert Jean-Baptiste Volta and Marie Vorilhon-Volta Debbie Zachareas

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French American and International is able to provide an outstanding, globally-focused education thanks in large part to the extraordinary generosity of our community. The school’s long-term success is ensured by the financial and volunteer support of parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty & staff, friends, corporations, and foundations. Learn more about the many ways you can support this community at www.internationalsf. org/support or contact the Advancement Department at 415-558-2015.

French American International School | International High School | Lycée International Franco-Américain Office of Advancement | 150 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94012 | 415-558-2015

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