CRUSADER ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL • AUSTIN, TEXAS • SUMMER/FALL 2011 MAGAZINE AND 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT ON GIVING
INSIDE: The Junior Experience: Read all about the recent trips to Italy, New Mexico, China, Spain, the Galápagos Islands, and more. Lucy Nazro Announces She is Stepping Down as Head of School The Class of 2011 Graduates Annual Report on Giving 2010-2011: Thank You to our Generous St. Andrew’s Community!
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INSIDE FEATURE: 6 The Junior Experience Program
Taking SAS Students Across the Country and Around The World
Important School News: 4
After 32 years, Lucy Nazro Stepping Down as Head of School
Scholar News: 10
The Class of 2011 Graduation Ceremony Eighth Grade Commencement: Class of 2016 SAS Students Represent Texas at National Latin Convention Middle School Math Wars are a Hit at Alamo Drafthouse Third Graders Take Second in Area Chess Competition
Arts News: 24
Upper School Students Selected for Exhibit by Arthouse Gallery Middle School Drama Performs Guys and Dolls in Outdoor Theater
Athletic News: 26
Varsity Baseball Wins DII SPC Championship Varsity Lacrosse Wins Ninth Central District Title Varsity Lacrosse Players Named All-American by US Lacrosse
Servant News: 28
Middle School Students Resolve to Make Campus “No Place for Hate” Lower School Lenten Projects Middle School Yom Hashoah Ceremony Honor Holocaust Victims
Alumni News: 30
Seniors Gather at Lucy Nazro’s Home before Heading off to College The Class of 2006 Returns for Five-Year Reunion
Development & Communications News: 32 Change for Good: Fundraising Improvements at SAS
ADMINISTRATION & BOARD Lucy C. Nazro, Head of School Rich Mischinski, Head of Upper School Alice Nezzer, Head of Middle School Sharon Wilson, Head of Lower School Catherine M. Miller, Chairman of the Board St. Andrew’s Lower and Middle School Campus 1112 West 31st Street, Austin, Texas 78705 St. Andrew’s Upper School Campus 5901 Southwest Parkway, Austin, Texas 78735 MISSION STATEMENT The mission of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is to provide an enriched academic program within a Christian environment emphasizing the fulfillment of each student’s potential. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE The school strives to help young people achieve their potential not only in intellectual understanding but also in esthetic sensitivity, physical well-being, athletic prowess, and moral decisiveness so that they may lead productive, responsible lives, not only for themselves, but also for their community. DIVERSITY STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Diversity at St. Andrew’s is grounded in our identity as a family-based community, a faith-based community, and a learning community. We understand that our strength and resilience as a three-fold community stems from our commitment to: • honor each individual’s unique perspective; • respect the dignity of every human being as a child of God, and; • develop the knowledge, skills, and under- standing necessary to engage with and respond to the needs of an evolving world. CORE VALUES Community Based on trust, traditions, communication, appreciation, and support Spiritual Foundation To develop moral behavior High Expectations Reflected in both the knowledge base and behavior of the faculty, staff, students, parents, and board members Caring, Celebration and Humor Fostered by kindness and collegiality STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION St. Andrew’s Episcopal School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at this school. We do not discriminate in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, athletics, or other programs.
Capital Update: The Dell Fine Arts Center and 31st Street Chapel and Renovation and Beautification of the Playing Fields Touring the New Look and Features of sasaustin.org
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Honoring Members of St. Andrew’s Board of Trustees Who Passed Away in 2011
Thank You: 38 Moody Foundation Makes a Record-Breaking Gift to Financial Aid Program
ON THE COVER Ali Campion ’12 and Jade Ross ’12 jump for joy on the set of HBO’s Rome, located at Cinecitta film studios in Rome.
LUCY NAZRO STEPPING DOWN After 32 years of faithful service, Lucy Collins Nazro is stepping down as Head of School at the end of the 2011-2012 school year. During her tenure she paved the way for the school’s tremendous growth from a small west Austin elementary school to a nationally recognized college preparatory school with 851 students in grades 1-12. Beginning next year, Lucy will serve as Special Counsel to the Board of Trustees during St. Andrew’s 60th anniversary and will consult on various projects for the school. The Board of Trustees has created a transition team to oversee a national search for an Interim Head of School and a Permanent Head of School. Lucy’s life and legacy are deeply engrained in St. Andrew’s culture of excellence, and she will be greatly missed by her faculty and staff, students and parents, and alumni. Below are personal letters to the St. Andrew’s community from Lucy Nazro and from Chair of the Board Catherine Miller.
FROM THE CHAIR, BOARD OF TRUSTEES Dear Members of the St. Andrew’s Family, On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I am writing to share some important news in the life of St. Andrew’s. After more than three decades as our beloved Head of School, Lucy Nazro announced today that she has decided to step down from her duties at the end of the 2011-2012 school year. There are not enough superlatives in the English language to describe Lucy Nazro and her transformative impact on St. Andrew’s. More than any other individual, Lucy Nazro has shaped St. Andrew’s into the school it is today. Under her visionary leadership, St. Andrew’s has grown from a small elementary school to a preeminent 1-12 college preparatory school. Not only has she inspired faculty and students, Mrs. Nazro has affirmed the values and traditions that distinguish a St. Andrew’s education. Her legacy is profound and enduring. I am delighted to tell you that although Mrs. Nazro will be stepping down as Head of School, she will remain very much a part of the St. Andrew’s community. At the end of this school year, Mrs. Nazro will transition to the position of Special Counsel to the Board of Trustees and will act as a consultant on several key projects including advancement efforts for the Endowment Fund, supporting our Episcopal Identity, and planning for our 60th Anniversary celebration in 2012 and other major events. We are extremely grateful that Mrs. Nazro will bring her energy and passion to these important projects following her tenure as Head of School and believe her continued presence will have tremendous benefits for our school community. Although Mrs. Nazro’s announcement may come as a surprise to many, it is not altogether unexpected. The Board of Trustees is prepared to oversee a thoughtful and orderly transition. With that in mind, the Board plans to seek an Interim Head in order to allow a more graceful transition of leadership, rather than completing the search for a Permanent Head within a relatively short time frame. In the next few weeks, we will appoint a search committee and engage a national search firm to help us identify a new Head of School. We want to assure you that the Board is fully committed to ensuring a smooth transition and a successful future for St. Andrew’s. Over the next few months, we will be sharing more information about our search and our plans to honor Mrs. Nazro in the year ahead. In the meantime, I hope you will join me in thanking Lucy and Phil Nazro for their steadfast dedication to St. Andrew’s. We owe them a tremendous debt of gratitude. Warm regards,
Catherine M. Miller Chair, Board of Trustees
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FROM LUCY NAZRO, HEAD OF SCHOOL Dear St. Andrew’s Family, After prayerful consideration, a thoughtful planning process, and a profound interest in the future of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, I am announcing that I will be stepping down as Head of School on June 30, 2012. I shall have been in this position for 32 years. My hope for a clear and graceful transfer of leadership means, however, that I shall remain as part of the community and the school. The Board of Trustees has asked me to play a transitional role at the school after June 30, 2012. Though I shall no longer be part of the day-to-day operations, I shall continue my involvement at St. Andrew’s as Special Counsel to the Board. This will entail sustaining our Episcopal identity, aiding advancement efforts to increase our endowment, spearheading the celebration of St. Andrew’s 60th anniversary in 201213, and working on other major projects that are part of our school life. These many years as Head of St. Andrew’s have been extraordinarily rich and fulfilling for me. Almost four decades ago I told my husband Phil that what I really wanted to do was head an Episcopal school. I have been truly blessed to be able to do exactly what I dreamed of doing. During my tenure, I have had the opportunity to build relationships with so many wonderful people and see generations of students grow into admirable adults. God has blessed our work together during these 32 years. I am enormously proud of this school and what we have built together. It has been my life’s work and, together with my family, my life’s joy. The school’s continued success is my utmost desire. I am delighted to continue working to sustain the qualities of St. Andrew’s that make us so special. Several important projects to which I have devoted much of my time and energy for the last three years will culminate over the course of this year. We shall dedicate the Upper School’s Dell Fine Arts Center in April and the new 31st Street chapel and field renovation in May. Our self-study work of the past two years has been in preparation for an accreditation visit in February that will give the school guidelines for work over the next ten years. Finishing these projects seemed to indicate an appropriate time for this transition. Though I shall still be a fan at games, a spectator at performances, and a leader at services, Phil and I love the idea of traveling together and spending more time with our much loved children and grandchildren. I can never thank everybody enough for all the support I have received during these years. I can never adequately express the joy these years have been for me. Faithfully,
Lucy Nazro Head of School
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Experience: Taking SAS Students Across the Country and Around The World
Students stop for a pic atop the world famous Great Wall.
One of the most unique parts of the St. Andrew’s Upper School curriculum is the Junior Experience, which requires students to experience a setting dramatically different than their own. During this time, students are not only exposed to a drastic culture change but are also invited to learn and grow from an environment that opens their minds. For these experiences, students have required work that complements their journey, whether performing scientific experiments in the field, keeping a journal or producing a report from their trip. In the ten years since its inception, the Junior Experience Program has grown to include transformative trips all over the United States and in many countries abroad. Upper School teachers and students have much to talk about from the summer of 2011; St. Andrew’s faculty members led students towards eye-opening adventures and the experiences of a lifetime all over the world.
DANCING ON THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA Mandarin Chinese teachers Tan-Wen Ivy Hou and Sylvia Yang and science teacher Tom Campbell traveled with students to Beijing this summer for three weeks of intensive language and cultural immersion. It was an incredible experience for both students and teachers alike. In the bustling metropolis of Beijing, students lived with local families, navigating the busy subways each morning to attend intensive language classes. Overcoming cultural differences, students fell in love with their host families’ home cooking, and one student even hosted a birthday party for her younger Chinese “sister.” As one highlight of the trip, the group spent a once-in-a-lifetime night camping on the Great Wall. While watching fireworks, dancing, singing, and playing cards atop one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the students gained a true appreciation of the history and culture, and their own place as citizens of the world.
FROM THE MOUNTAINS OF ALPUJARRA TO THE BEACHES AT NERJA On another continent, students flew to Spain, led by Spanish teacher Malia LeMond and Dean of Students Lisa Culbertson. They traveled to Granada, Spain for three weeks of intensive language immersion and cultural learning. While living with local families, students spent the mornings studying cultural, historical, and literary topics in Spanish and made weekend excursions to some of Spain’s most beautiful and culturally significant locations. Emma Myers ’12 and Jordan Zatopek ’13 learn traditional flamenco dancing.
“Weekday mornings were spent in private language, culture and history classes, and afternoons were reserved for cultural activities,” said Señora LeMond. “On the
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FEATURE STORY weekends we ventured away from Granada to the Alpujarra mountains and the beaches at Nerja. Students learned to dance flamenco in a cave in Sacromonte, savored paella from Don Ayo’s huge paellero on the beach in Nerja, rode horseback before sunset along the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, attended the ballet under the moon and stars in the Generalife gardens of the Alhambra Palace, kayaked through hidden coves and jumped from the rocks into the ocean. The students are to be congratulated for their open minds, flexibility and positive attitudes. All who came in contact with our students had very positive things to say about them. I have never gotten so many compliments!”
GIANT TORTOISES, PENGUINS, AND IGUANAS ADVENTURE IN THE GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS, ST. ANDREW’S STYLE Science teacher Dina Tucker and Spanish teacher Jim Currin took a group of eleven students to the Charles Darwin Research Station and Galápagos Marine Reserve. While living and working at the Research Station on Santa Cruz Island, students got hands on experience measuring, weighing and recording the growth rate of baby tortoise hatchlings from the different islands, located at the hatchery in the Centro de Crianza, just outside of Puerto Ayora. This was in preparation for searching for, measuring, documenting and tagging the adolescent and adult Giant Tortoises in the wild. It was muddy, hot and strenuous but exhilarating getting to work with these gentle giants. Students often had to persuade the tortoises to leave their favorite mud bog, and then to measure them they had to tip them over (no small feat) and then roll them back over the way they were found. Wherever the SAS team went they were accompanied by certified Galápagos guides to make sure that the flora, fauna and environment were not damaged or endangered in any way. The team had the opportunity to visit Seymour Island to see Blue-footed Boobies in their natural habitat and even sighted one Red-footed Booby and a plethora of other bird species including flamingoes with black on the inside of their wings along with sea and land iguanas.
White-tipped Reef Sharks just a few feet from the edge of the water, brilliant orange and blue rock crabs, humpback whales, and many more. “We spent one cold and rainy day clearing non-indigenous blackberry brambles out of a cloud forest area,” said Señor Currin. “It was chilly work, but making a competition out of which group could stack up the biggest pile of brambles made the time pass quickly. We got to wander through lava tunnels and study their geology and saw two huge twin sinkhole/craters called Los Gemelos.” Students had daily classes on endemic, indigenous and non-indigenous plants and animals, biogeography, and environmental conservation. To complement their research efforts and projects, students participated in efforts to document, tag, and track native giant tortoise populations, as well as work with the National Park Service to eradicate invasive species and restore natural habitats. The students’ field-based research culminated in presentations in Spanish to science students at a local high school. Their presentations were followed by singing, home-made snacks and some energetic basketball and soccer skirmishes. “This trip was all about making connections: to nature, to each other, and to our roles as global citizens,” said Ms. Tucker. “Traversing borders and cultures allowed the students to travel inward also, shining light on their own identity and illuminating the human nature that connects us all.”
EXCURSIONS IN ROME, CLASSICAL STUDY, AND SERVING REFUGEES Latin teachers Jennie Luongo and Lauren Dill and another group of students traveled to Italy this summer to enhance their classical studies through hands-on archaeological, historical, and linguistic study. Spending time in the village of Sant’Agnello in Southern Italy as well as in the bustling capital city of Rome, students also immersed themselves in Italian culture, language, and food. In Rome, they lived with a group of Dominican nuns on the Aventine hill, volunteered at the Joel Nafuma Refugee Center at St. Paul’s Within the Walls, learned
“My favorite memory is of the day we were snorkeling at San Bartolomé Island and the penguins decided to dive in and swim all around us, flying through the water and catching small fish right next to us,” said Señor Currin. “I felt like we were in a National Geographic movie.” Students and teachers were able to see amazing sights on their journey: sting rays gliding around the lava rocks,
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Students take a photo break with new friends after a 40 minute hike to the top of San Bartolomé Island.
about modern Italian history, and studied the rich history of art and architecture in their surroundings. “At the Refugee Center we met men from Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea, and Somalia,” said Ms. Luongo. “I’m always stunned by the courage of the kids as they go into that very difficult situation. Some students took turns distributing razors, shaving cream, cologne, toilet paper, toothbrushes, and toothpaste to the men who frequent the center. Most others went into the main room of the center to talk with the people who were there. Some played checkers, chess, foosball, or ping pong. Others just gave the men the chance to tell their stories. We left the center stunned by what we had experienced. The students really understood how fortunate they are to lead the lives they do. They also admitted how hard it was to go into that room, especially for the girls. Many were struck with how desperately everyone wanted to try to communicate with each other even when the refugee spoke no English and no Italian.”
Latin students use ancient stepping stones to cross a street at the excavation of Pompeii.
Each day was a new adventure, with hikes up Mt. Vesuvius, excursions in Rome with special permission to visit the excavations under St. Peter’s basilica. “As we passed beneath the basilica and started seeing the Roman road that used to lie beneath St. Peter’s lined with tombstones, our guide was impressed as the kids showed him time after time how well they understand how to read monuments and art,” said Ms. Luongo. “Several times he was so amazed that he said he’d have to “write that down” to tell to his other groups, when one of the kids made a particularly perceptive remark or discovery. I was so proud of them, and their excitement was infectious.”
SERVING THE NAVAJO PEOPLE Traveling further west, students led by Director of College Counseling Elizabeth Guice, science teacher Doug Wick, and mathematics teacher Doug Booth traveled to Tohatchi, New Mexico. Living and working on the Navajo Nation, the group (in conjunction with Youth Build) spent up to nine hours a day on projects to benefit the community. After a two-day drive across the desert southwest, students arrived at a dormitory owned by the TAOS cooperative (Tohatchi Area Opportunities and Services) where they lived, cooked, cleaned, and slept. For two weeks, SAS students and faculty mixed in with the TAOS crew and together completely overhauled the interior and exterior of a house owned by a Navajo couple, Gladys and Edison Plummer. St. Andrew’s students were primarily involved in painting, hanging siding, tiling, carpentry, and drywall replacement. It involved a tremendous amount of work and the home was almost unrecognizable at the end of the two-week trip. Beyond a full day’s work, students spent their time reflecting, writing in their journals, learning more about the Navajo and Native American culture from members of the
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FEATURE STORY Tohatchi community, and getting to know each other. Other area activities included a trip to the Zuni pueblo, a hike up El Morro, the Lions Club rodeo in Gallup, and Sunday church in Tohatchi with services in both Navajo and English. “Being here in Tohatchi has allowed me to be immersed in a culture that, before this trip, I knew almost nothing about,” said one Upper School student. “On this trip, I disproved a lot of the assumptions and stereotypes I had about the Navajo and about construction workers. This has allowed me to reflect on myself and my culture; in a way, I feel like I understand my life in Austin more because of this trip. I have witnessed the generosity of the people here, and I will try to be more open to new people when I get home like people here have been with us. I have discovered that everyone is pretty much the same – wherever you are, whatever your job. And I have learned that things are not always what you expect. If you open your mind, you will learn new things about others…and you will learn new things about yourself.”
OUTREACH TO CHILDREN OF THE HOMELESS Students also had the opportunity to stay closer to home for their Junior Experience and immerse themselves in some of the many cultural experiences available around the United States. One Upper School student, Jessica Kago, traveled not far, but to a very different culture, as she lived and worked in inner-city Dallas over the summer. While
Director of College Counseling and Trip Leader Elizabeth Guice (right) and Gabbie Hindera ’13 take a break from homebuilding during the New Mexico service trip.
JUNIOR EXPERIENCE TRIPS 2012 In the Summer of 2012, St. Andrew’s will be offering four incredible trip opportunities for students, visit www.sasaustin/juniorexperience for more.
Hike near Mt. Everest and do service work in a rural village
NICARAGUA Explore the native culture and environment + help build a school in a mountain village
SOUTH DAKOTA FRANCE
Live and work with the native people of the Sioux Nation Artistic immersion and art historical study in Paris and Southern France
there, she primarily worked and lived in an Anglican residential outreach program as well as a local charity serving homeless children. “In all these experiences, I learned more about the faith that I have been brought up in, and most importantly, I saw it in action…I got to see people serving each other,” said Jessica. “I learned the importance of a strong foundation and the role that community plays in providing support. The hardest part, though, was working with the children of the homeless. They are at a point in their lives when the slightest thing can change the course of their life for better or worse. It helped me realize that I hope to work to support children in the future.”
Whether traveling abroad or staying closer to home, St. Andrew’s Junior Experience veterans come away with a changed perspective, an understanding of their own place in the world and perhaps a desire to make a positive difference in their own special ways. This falls directly in line with the philosophy and mission of the Junior Experience: through the rigors and challenges of this program students learn humility and compassion, hone leadership skills, build confidence and character, and instill enthusiasms that last a lifetime. St. Andrew’s requires these experiences, hoping they will serve as vital stepping stones, necessary shifts in perspective, and windows opening into different worlds. Looking forward to 2012, the next new Junior Experience opportunities are sure to be incredibly exciting and lifechanging adventures for Upper School students. For questions about the Junior Experience, please contact Junior Experience Coordinator Nathan Michaud at nmichaud@ sasaustin.org.
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DEPARTMENT AWARDS: The following students were chosen by vote of the faculty of each department to receive awards for outstanding commitment and achievement in each area of study. ATHLETICS: Katherine Stegmann Gerrit Wheeler CHINESE: Julia Smith HUMANITIES: Virginia McBride Colin Vanderburg LATIN: Reid Swanger MATHEMATICS: Brenna Cannon Nate Holland
GRADUATION PRIZES THE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: RACHEL BISHOP This award is given to a senior for outstanding academic achievement, passion for learning, and a pursuit of excellence. One of our faculty members observed that “just when I am convinced I don’t have the slightest idea of what Rachel is thinking, with a tiny smile in one corner of her mouth she proffers a brilliantly original idea to cap off a class discussion, or a terse synopsis of a complicated argument, or a wry comeback that cracks me up.” Another teacher was so impressed with her exam essay that she photocopied it to use an example for other AP Art History teachers throughout the country.
THE SCOTT FIELD BAILEY SERVANT AWARD: TRAVIS BISHOP The Scott Field Bailey Servant Award, named in memory of the founder of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, the Right Reverend Scott Field Bailey, is reserved for that senior whose dedication, selflessness, and deep concern for others best exemplify the St. Andrew’s ideal that its students lead productive and responsible lives for their community. Travis has prompted a remark from a faculty member, that he is “a joy to behold. Because he is so good, he inspires us all to be better.” At the same time, this teacher describes him as funny, goofy, hardworking, kind-hearted, talented, and intelligent.” But perhaps the most apt description comes from the student himself, when he wrote: “My faith, family, and friends are all essential parts of my identity. I think my personality is a good balance between introversion and
SPANISH: Caroline Crichlow-Ball SCIENCE: Christina Stull THEATRE: Caroline Crichlow-Ball 2D STUDIO ART: Christine Snitkjaer Colin Feo 3D STUDIO ART: Sarah Doonan Nick Blount VOCAL MUSIC: Allie Zodin Peter Steinbach
extroversion because I really enjoy being with other people, but I can also just sit in silence and be content.”
THE LUCY COLLINS NAZRO AWARD: MARGARET HECK The Lucy Collins Nazro Award is given to that remarkable individual who contributes in original ways to improve the life of the students, faculty, and staff of St. Andrew’s. This honor goes to that senior whose enthusiasm, joy, and leadership best reflect the qualities of Head of School, Lucy Collins Nazro. Without question, Margaret is an individual of varied interests with a voracious appetite for everything this school has to offer. Her teachers and advisors have commended her on her astounding growth in the time she has been at St. Andrew’s, growth as a scholar, an athlete, a leader, an artist, and compassionate servant. Her senior advisor notes that “she carries herself with grace and confidence, and represents St. Andrew’s with dignity and pride.” She has performed brilliantly in chapel both with her voice and piano playing. Her devotion to the school and the students rivals that of the woman whose name endows this honor.
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GRADUATION PRIZE RECIPIENT [Clockwise from top left] Lucy Collins Nazro Award Recipient Margaret Heck; Hilary H. Carlson Award Co-recipient Bryant Bower; Cornerstone Award Co-recipient Mason Osborn; Cornerstone Award Co-recipient Peter Steinbach; Scholarship Award Recipient Rachel Bishop and Scott Field Bailey Service Award Recipient Travis Bishop; Hilary H. Carlson Award Co-recipient Seamus Gude
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The student’s senior project and general academic record are judged outstanding by a panel of faculty. Taylor Barnhill Megan Bentzin Rachel Bishop Travis Bishop Lena Blietz Emily Butts Brenna Cannon Patrick Cook Caroline Crichlow-Ball James DelVesco Shaun Duggan Colin Feo Matthew Frost Ryan Greenwell Jacqueline Groves Peter Herlin Samantha Hogan Nathaniel Holland Anna Howard Hailey Hunter Justin Ingram Christa Keefer Stephanie Lavaggi Samuel Leonard Jordyn Logue Virginia McBride Katharine Newell Mason Osborn Rita Ostrander Lia Palazzo Parker Rivera John Scharnberg Kendall Sealy Nicholas Siegele Julia Smith Christine Snitkjær Meredith Stark Katherine Stegmann Christina Stull Madison Suhr Reid Swanger Austin Tedesco Katherine Van Leeuwen Colin Vanderburg Sebastian Thomas Villarreal-Levy Alexandra Zodin
GRADUATION PRIZES THE HILARY H. CARLSON AWARD: BRYANT BOWYER & SEAMUS GUDE This award goes to that senior who most clearly exhibits dramatic personal growth throughout high school. By fulfilling individual potential and living out the ideals valued by the St. Andrew’s community, this senior best illustrates the meaning of Hilary Carlson’s favorite quotation, “To whom much has been given, much is expected.” According to his advisor, Bryant has an amazing way of making people of all ages feel comfortable. His irrepressible zest for life spills over into everything he does. He is one of those students I come to school for every day. This young man is a fiercely loyal friend and our athletic teams’ most ardent fan.” Seamus has been described by one of his teachers as thoughtful, kind, considerate, caring, and politely assertive. “No one demonstrates more courage on a day to day basis than this student. He is active in the life of the school, and interestingly has been a member of both the young Democrats and young Republican clubs in his four years here. I am sure Washington could really use him about now.”
THE CORNERSTONE AWARD: MASON OSBORN & PETER STEINBACH The Cornerstone Award goes to that senior who fully embraces the mission of St. Andrew’s “to provide an enriched academic program within a Christian environment emphasizing the fulfillment of each student’s potential.” Established to commemorate the Class of 2002, the Cornerstone Award recognizes courage, creativity, and love of school. Mason is a young man of tremendous courage and ability. His advisor writes that “he is unfailingly kind and courteous, a rare teenager who values strong moral character above all else. He is an extraordinary person who will make any campus a better place to be with his compassion, intellectual curiosity, and humanity.” All of us have seen how this young man immerses himself totally into his passions, whether it is Book Club, Boy Scouts, Certamen, or the Food Drive. Peter has distinguished himself often for his uncommon moral courage. A young man who stands up for his beliefs, which are grounded in the idea that every human being has something of value to offer. His advisor notes that he makes every part of the school better. He knows what it is to work hard, to struggle, and to find success at the end of hard work. And he will make his corner of the world a better place to be.
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A. You must go, but you bring with you so many wonderful tools and gifts and talents. Things you don’t even know you have. I daresay some of you might be sitting in some class somewhere in the next several years, and you might say to yourself, “Gosh, I seem to recall John Pomeroy ranting about this...” And likewise you bring with you, I pray, courage and confidence to travel in unchartered waters. You will see and do things, that, at present, you could not imagine.
B. I am here today to say thank you to all of you seniors. To be the 10th graduating class is special. You were in the second grade when we built this Upper School. Building the Upper School was an adventure—a risk for an established school with waiting lists at all levels. The school was in great financial shape and was well respected in the community. Our business manager at that time asked me, “Why do you want to risk all this to build the Upper School?” I wanted to build this Upper School because of you seniors and all who came before and all who will come after. Somehow I knew we could do it. I am so grateful to you for helping our dreams come true through all the contributions that you have made to this school.
C. You will, I hope, learn to speak up when your friends act cruel or petty. You will take notice of the passage of time in ways that you did not before. And all of this will happen
The student has a distinguished upperclass record in the arts, both curricular and extracurricular. Stephen Barron Elizabeth Birdsong Rachel Bishop Travis Bishop Nicholas Blount Caroline Crichlow-Ball Sarah Doonan Colin Feo Susannah Haddad Margaret Heck Nathaniel Holland Aaron Huntsberger Virginia McBride Maryhelen Murray Colin O’Brien Rita Ostrander Lia Palazzo Parker Rivera Jessica Rodriguez Nicholas Siegele Christine Snitkjær Meredith Stark Peter Steinbach Madison Suhr Colin Vanderburg Erin Woods Alexandra Zodin
because you will start to discover your own purpose, and how it diverges from the self you cultivated in your teenage life, whether for popularity, or love, or for anything else.
D. Relationships are what you make them. … [D]ays are long and years are short; none of this matters except how you spend the next five minutes, and the next five after that. If you knew how long fifty years was, you’d change your life-plan dramatically. If you just be delightful and take care of the first two hours of your day, the rest of the day will take care of itself. Everyone should live life like a dog. Live simply, love generously, care deeply, and speak kindly. a.) Upper School Chaplain Rev. Rob Leacock; b.) Head of School Lucy Nazro; c.) Faculty Speaker Fred Kountz; d.) Senior Speaker Parker Rivera St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org • 15
CLASS OF 2011 COLLEGE CHOICES
The student has a record of distinguished participation on at least two teams in both the junior and senior years. Taylor Barnhill Megan Bentzin Travis Bishop Lena Blietz Nicholas Blount Hallie Davies James DelVesco Roberto Diaz Colin Feo Jacqueline Groves Margaret Heck Anna Howard Andrew Hunt Hailey Hunter Justin Finley Ingram Kyle Joseph Kerr Samuel Leonard Jordyn Logue Colton Martin Rachel McCarthy Katharine Newell Lauren Rishel Parker Rivera John Scharnberg Katherine Stegmann Samuel Stephenson Christina Stull Madison Suhr Gerrit Wheeler
Baylor University Boston College (2) Boston University Brown University
Texas State University - San Marcos
The George Washington University
College of Charleston
The University of Texas, Austin (8)
Colorado State University
The University of Texas, Dallas
Concordia University at Austin
The University of Texas, San Antonio (2)
Trinity University (5)
Fashion Institute of Design
United States Military Academy
University of California at Berkeley (2)
& Merchandising, Los Angeles
Franklin College Switzerland
University of California at Los Angeles (2)
University of Chicago
University of Colorado - Boulder
University of Georgia
Louisiana State University
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Loyola University Chicago
University of Michigan
Oklahoma Christian University
University of Mississippi
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of North Texas
University of Pennsylvania
University of Southern California
University of Virginia (3)
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Washington and Lee University
Texas A&M University (7)
Wheaton College (Illinois)
Texas Christian University (6)
Wheaton College (Massachusetts)
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2011 CLASS STATS
The student has completed at least 100 hours of community service after the end of grade 10.
National Merit Scholars: 4 Commended Scholars: 15 AP Scholars: 20 Hispanic Scholars: 3 Letters of Intent to play collegiate sports: 2 Merit Monies: $4,950,352 + a full scholarship to West Point Colleges that accepted the most students from this class: TCU - 16 (6 are attending) UT Austin - 14 (8 are attending) Texas A&M - 12 (7 are attending) Southwestern University - 10 (1 is attending)
FACULTY SERVICE AWARD The Faculty Service Award was established by St. Andrew’s School in 1994. It is a long tradition at St. Andrew’s to honor those students whose efforts have made significant contributions to our community. It is the wish of this community to enrich that tradition by recognizing and honoring members of the faculty whose work far exceeds the ordinary demands of the job. There are always many teachers who fit this category; this year we shall honor two.
ELIZABETH MARTENS: MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH/SPEECH & DEBATE Elizabeth came to St. Andrew’s in 2005 and is known mainly as an outstanding English teacher. Less well know is the fact that she founded two programs at St. Andrew’s, the Private School Interscholastic Association Competition (PSIA) — a program in which private school students compete in academic contests much like the UIL for public schools — and the Speech and Debate Program — which has now been expanded to the Upper School. A woman of incredible work ethic and integrity, Elizabeth has given of herself unselfishly to St. Andrew’s and has always been a wise counselor to the Middle School Head and to the Head of School.
PAULA MILTON: LOWER SCHOOL TEACHING ASSISTANT Taking on any duty asked of her — from answering phones, to library aide to teaching math and science in 5th and 6th grade, to taking over a fifth grade homeroom mid-year — Paula has truly acted as a servant of St. Andrew’s. She has always given freely and unselfishly of herself to make St. Andrew’s a better place and to help her colleagues.
Taylor Barnhill Megan Bentzin Elizabeth Birdsong Rachel Bishop Travis Bishop Lena Blietz Bryant Bowyer Emily Butts Robert Campbell Brenna Cannon Patrick Cook Kathleen Cooke Caroline Crichlow-Ball Roberto Diaz Shaun Duggan Jacqueline Groves Seamus Gude Susannah Haddad Margaret Heck Peter Herlin Charles Hoff Samantha Hogan Nathaniel Holland Andrew Hunt Aaron Huntsberger Gareth Hutton Samuel Leonard Jordyn Logue Colton Martin Virginia McBride Rachel McCarthy Maryhelen Murray Colin O’Brien Mason Osborn Rita Ostrander John Scharnberg Kendall Sealy John Sjoberg Katherine Stegmann Peter Steinbach Samuel Stephenson Christina Stull Madison Suhr Austin Thom Katherine Van Leeuwen Erin Lane Woods Alexandra Zodin
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EIGHTH SCHOLAR NEWS
GRADE COMMENCEMENT Link to Photos
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THE CLASS OF 2016 Audrey Sophia Abbott* Aaron Michael Adams Madison Kaye Beathard* Andrew Patrick Beathard* Garrett Tian Bishop* Elizabeth Stanton Bradshaw* Asa David Buehler* Maverick Dean Burk Isabelle Everett Carpenter* Valerie Sy-Yun Chang* Michael Joseph Cummins* Catherine Peyton Cunningham* Zachary Blake Dell* Juliette Brooke Dell* Amira Elaine Douglas* Julia Christine Filardi* Elisabeth Rachel Foster* Daniel Thornhill Frishman* Simran Khanna Frontain* Samuel Scarbrough Garrison* Madeleine Maryse Gaudin* Kathryn Hunter Gernstein* Logan Turner Giberson* Colin Malik Hancock* Jordan Seabrook Harrison*
Samuel Maverick Hillhouse Nathan Lee Hornaday* Sarah Ellen Hudson* Jackson Avery Hughes Larkin Elizabeth Ingram* Amanda Michelle Justiz* Megan Kelly Kamm* Patrick Alexander Koitzsch* Alexander Prideaux Kriese* Madison Molloy Kudlac* Zoe Claire Xiaoshi Kuhn* Eva Catherine Laubach* Benjamin Alan Lear* Samantha Hope Lee* John Albert Mansour* Ana Li Marcks* Samuel Edward Martens* Annika Greer Mele* Madeleine Glenn Mele* Jordan Gage Nicklos* William Chester Patterson* Audrey Elizabeth Peterson* Robert Scott Politz* Catherine Anne Powell* Alexandra Juliet Reid*
Erica Roxana Rhodes* Gabrielle Nicole Rivers* Maria Kathleen Salazar* John Edward Sealy* Alexandra Hudson Sherwood* Marina Carolyn Smalling* William Ford Smith* Eleanor Elizabeth Ann Smith* Christopher Engel Snitkjaer* Nathaniel Houghton Stephenson* John Paxton Temple* Alexis Laura Templeton* Sara Kristin Thiessen* Paloma Hula Thom Benjamin Collins Thurman* Samuel Wibird Thurman* Konrad Jefferson Utterback Elouise McAshan Weil* Sarah Virginia Wells* Wesley Arne Wiedenmeier Zachary Roy Windham* Brian Nicholas Wongchotigul* Ariela Angeline Zeifman* Jackson Kyle Ziebert* * indicates Service distinction St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org • 19
“You see, what’s important isn’t the destination, or the next step, it’s who we become on the journey. The truth is, you’re about to enter a season of life that is amazing and terrifying and awesome and risky and wonderful. You’ll have a lot of new questions, and behind it all —whether you realize it or not —will be a pretty big question — who am I?”
— Commencement Speaker John Newton, Bishop’s Canon for Lifelong Christian Formation, Diocese of Texas
COMME NCEME NT AWARD
THE KAY HART COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD: ALEX KRIESE At the inception of the Middle School, an award was established to honor that student who demonstrated outstanding service to his or her community. In 1993, the award was named in honor of Kay Hart, the first Middle School service coordinator and long-time English teacher.
THE ADRIENNE GROOMS CRUSADER AWARD: MANDY JUSTIZ It is the tradition to give an award to the student who, in the eyes of the faculty, exemplifies the spirit of St. Andrew’s in mind, body, and spirit. In 1987, we named this award after our first Middle School math teacher who died in 1986.
THE BILL COSTAS AWARD: SAM MARTENS This award was established to honor that student who demonstrates an outstanding work ethic and good cheer throughout the school year. The award was named in memory of Bill Costas, a long-time math teacher who died in 2001.
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Presented at the Middle School Awards Program on May 19, 2011
Presented during Eighth Grade Commencement on May 28, 2010.
National Junior Classical League Latin Honor Society Asa Buehler Simran Frontain Henry Gaudin Kathryn Gernstein Logan Giberson Ben Lear Ana Marcks Sam Martens Annika Mele Madeleine Mele John Sealy Christopher Snitkjaer Sara Thiessen
Jordan Nicklos Chess Patterson Catherine Powell Elly Smith Elouise Weil Sarah Wells
Algebra I Catherine Powell Elly Smith Christopher Snitkjaer
Leadership in PAPLO Isabelle Carpenter Amanda Justiz Zachary Dell
Chinese Larkin Ingram English Mandy Justiz Marina Smalling
Problem Solving Larkin Ingram Mandy Justiz Patrick Koitzsch Annika Mele Jordan Nicklos John Sealy Wesley Wiedenmeier
Strings Garrett Bishop Simran Frontain Patrick Koitzsch Ben Lear Wesley Wiedenmeier
Speech and Debate Isabelle Carpenter Zachary Dell Madeline Gaudin Ben Lear Elly Smith Wesley Wiedenmeier PSIA-Celtic Invitational Isabelle Carpenter Madeleine Gaudin Elly Smith Wesley Wiedenmeier World Geography Megan Kamm Mandy Justiz Eva Laubach Marina Smalling John Sealy Sarah Wells Prejudice Awareness (PAPLO) Isabelle Carpenter Peyton Cunningham Juliette Dell Zachary Dell Julia Filardi Elisabeth Foster Simran Frontain Megan Kamm Amanda Justiz Alex Kriese Eva Laubach Ben Lear John Albert Mansour Sam Martens Madeline Mele
Art Jackson Hughes Megan Kamm Eva Laubach
Drama – It’s a Wonderful Life Asa Buehler Zachary Dell Mandy Justiz Sam Martens Christopher Snitkjaer Zachary Windham Musical – Guys and Dolls Isabelle Carpenter Michael Cummins Juliette Dell Logan Giberson Christopher Snitkjaer Mixed Choir Julia Filardi Elly Smith Nate Stephenson Sarah Wells Golden Pen Awards Poetry Elizabeth Bradshaw Prose Simran Frontain Honor Society Dedication Isabelle Carpenter Madeleine Gaudin Service Peyton Cunningham Catherine Powell
Economics Elly Smith History Isabelle Carpenter Geometry Marina Smalling Latin Annika Mele Science Wesley Wiedenmeier Spanish I Peyton Cunningham Spanish II Marina Smalling
Students may make the honor roll in one of two ways: by achieving a GPA of 3.8 or higher or by making an A- or higher in every class. These students achieved honor roll status all three trimesters of both their seventh and eighth grade years. Isabelle Carpenter Valerie Chang Peyton Cunningham Elisabeth Foster Madeleine Gaudin Amanda Justiz Megan Kamm Maddie Kudlac Eva Laubach Annika Mele Madeleine Mele Catherine Powell Marina Smalling Sarah Wells
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Scholar NEWS SAS STUDENTS REPRESENT TEXAS (AGAIN!)
AT NATIONAL LATIN CONVENTION Two finish in first place; achieve overall high score
Fifteen students from St. Andrew’s Upper School
final day of the convention all participants marched
participated in the 2011 National Junior Classical
in the Day in Old Rome Procession through campus
League convention held at Eastern Kentucky Univer-
while wearing their best Roman costumes.
sity from July 25 to July 30. Many students excelled in their individual academic, creative arts, and graphic
Two remarkable students managed to finish not only
in first place in their level of Latin, but achieved the high score overall at the convention: Scott Dollen ’11
The Advanced level Competitive Certamen team—
on the Mythology test and Rachel Deleery ’12 on the
comprised primarily of St. Andrew’s students— won
Classical Art test. This high score recognition means
third place in the national tournament. Additionally,
the student answered the most questions correctly
rising junior Olivia Hindera ’14, took second place in
out of any student at the convention in these written
the Intermediate level Open Certamen tournament
along with teammates from other states. The three-time defending state champion Advanced 2011-2012 TSJCL President and St. Andrew’s student
Certamen team from St. Andrew’s (plus one Westlake
Ali Campion led evening state fellowship meetings
Chap this year), represented the entire state of Texas
with the assistance of incoming editor, Trace Turner
in this level of the competitive tournament. The team
’13, and other fellow SAS team members. On the
was comprised of 2011 graduates Scott Dollen
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SCHOLAR NEWS Latin Convention cont’d
and Reid Swanger ’11, Emma Richardson ’12 of the Class of 2012, as well as Westlake High School 2011 graduate Mark Stone. The competition was steep this year, however, and after a valiant climb to the second-seed position in semifinals these students found themselves playing the two great certamen powerhouse states of Florida and Virginia in the final round. Although all players made a great effort to outplay the competition by answering the challenging questions quickly and accurately, both the Florida and Virginia teams had pulled ahead as the final round neared its end. The final score was Florida 130, Virginia 110, and Texas 80. Although our hardworking team from St. Andrew’s did not finish first, they made their fans proud of their final round—
MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH WARS AT ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE ARE A HIT On April 16, more than seventy St. Andrew’s Middle School students, parents, and friends attended Middle School Math Wars, a live-action math-based game show organized by teacher and math club sponsor Josh Nelson, at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar. During the event, the fifteen middle schoolers traded challenge questions and improv challenges (called “Math-Libs”), and also premiered student-created mathpun videos and animated cartoons. During the competition the audience enjoyed delicious food from the Alamo Drafthouse kitchen and great music from a live DJ while the challenge questions were projected on the movie screen. The four teams competing (Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, the Pinball Wizards, the Average Joes, and Top Button of Intelligence) did a great job. The Pinball Wizards were the winners of the event, narrowly beating out the Average Joes in the final round.
never giving up and playing the last round like champions until the end.
THIRD GRADERS TAKE SECOND IN CHESS COMPETITION The 2011 Austin Area Scholastic Chess tournament was held in April at Casis Elementary school. St. Andrew’s was represented by Kenneth Flores, Sina Mohammadi, and Alex Osella. In the JV division, Alex took the third place trophy with 4.0 points out of a possible 5.0. In the Primary Division, Kenneth earned 3.0 points and received a medal for his efforts. Sina grabbed the first place trophy with 4.5 points and was named the 2011 Austin Area Primary Champion. The St. Andrew’s team took the second place trophy with 11.5 points. These three boys have participated in all of this year’s tournaments and have consistently managed to make SAS one of the top three teams. St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org • 23
Arts NEWS UPPER SCHOOL STUDENTS SELECTED FOR EXHIBIT BY ARTHOUSE GALLERY Works by six Upper School art students — Sarah Doonan, Jessica Kago, Colin O’Brien, Alessandra Quaroni, Jessica Rodriguez, and Hattie Sherman — were selected by the Arthouse gallery for display in the “Ahead of Their Time” exhibition on July 16-31. The Arthouse Gallery at Jones Center creates meaningful opportunities to investigate and experience the art of our time through exhibitions, programs and commissions of new work. Each year, Arthouse organizes “Ahead of Their Time,” an annual exhibition of art made by high school students enrolled in advanced art courses. The exhibition offers an opportunity for the public to enjoy the Rodriguez
accomplishments of young Austin-area artists.
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Middle School Drama Presents
Guys and Dolls On May 3rd and 4th, the Middle School choir and drama programs performed the musical Guys and Dolls at the Middle School “Hillside Theatre” under the stars. The outdoor performances, a first and huge undertaking, were a great success. The audiences brought blankets and lawn chairs for seating and enjoyed picnic suppers while being entertained. The musical was designed and directed by Jason Kruger with musical direction by Michael Rosensteel and professional choreography by UT choreographer Natasha Davison. Also performing in the show were Middle School faculty members Kama Bruce, Joshua Nelson, Chris Williams, Alice Nezzer, and Ashley Brandon. All of the cast members were amazing and made their directors proud.
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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM WINS DII SPC CHAMPIONSHIP On the weekend of April 29-30, Spring SPC in Ft. Worth was full of unforgettable moments for St. Andrew’s athletes. The varsity baseball team, led by Head Coach Steven Garcia ’02, brought home its first division baseball championship. Senior Gareth Hutton pitched game one; sophomores Parker Kell and Jordan Wenske and junior Andrew Abell pitched Game two; and freshman Jaron Shrock pitched game three. Alltogether, St. Andrew’s scored 35 runs in three games in a hitting extravaganza. Congratulations to team members Andrew Abell, Alex Adams, Daniel Buffington, Gareth Hutton, Miles Lane, Rhodes Legg, Parker Kell, Reid Pakes, Carter Reed, Jaron Shrock, Thomas Sweeney, Jordan Wenske, manager Lauren Rishel and assistant coaches Trey Swor and Trey Axe ’05.
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VARSITY LACROSSE WINS NINTH DISTRICT TITLE In spring 2010, St. Andrew’s varsity girls lacrosse team won the District Championship under Head Coach Laura Longoria for the ninth time in ten years. The fight for the championship title proved to be a true showdown with multiple ties and goals occurring throughout the game. Eight different players scored goals for St. Andrew’s with senior Margaret Heck leading the pack at five goals. Senior Captain Katherine Stegmann had four, while junior Jordan Legg put in three. Junior Alessandra Quaroni had two and senior Jackie Groves and senior Captain Anna Howard had one a piece, as did junior Sallie Gayle Saunders. In addition, senior goalie Rachel McCarthy had a big save with under a minute to go. With 35 seconds remaining, Margaret Heck made the winning goal bringing the final score to 18-16 to give the Crusaders their ninth Central District Championship win.
VARSITY PLAYERS NAMED ALL-AMERICANS BY US LACROSSE
Anna Howard ’11 and Katherine Stegmann ’11 were two of only three players from the entire Central District to be designated as Honorable Mention All-Americans by US Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse, this past spring. St. Andrew’s had the only All-American players in the Central District and also had more Honorable Mention All-Americans than the rest of the teams in the district combined. In addition to these honors, five players were named Academic All-Americans: Anna Howard ’11, Katherine Stegmann ’11, Kim Krebs ’12, Jordan
PAST SAS ALL AMERICANS 2004 - All American Jaye Anna Wadlington 2007 - Honorable Mention Tori Harrison 2008 - All American Tori Harrison
Legg ’12, and Alessandra Quaroni ’12. Academic All-American awards have been given annually to St. Andrew’s students since 2004, continuing the fine tradition of the SAS Girls Lacrosse Program.
2010 - Honorable Mention Erin Reifsnyder
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Servant NEWS MIDDLE SCHOOLERS RESOLVE TO MAKE CAMPUS “NO PLACE FOR HATE” In 2011, the Middle School’s Prejudice Awareness Peer Leadership Organization (PAPLO) focused on renewing St. Andrew’s designation as a ‘No Place for Hate’ campus, which the Middle School earned three years ago. As part of that effort, PAPLO leaders held a No Name Calling Week in April and gave a chapel presentation explaining the purpose of the ‘No Place for Hate’ Resolution of Respect — to make St. Andrew’s a better community in which all students feel accepted and safe to be themselves. Students and faculty then signed the Resolution of Respect certificates imprinted with the following pledge:
I pledge from this day forward to do my best to combat prejudice and to stop those who, because of hate or ignorance, would hurt anyone or violate his or her civil rights. I will try at all times to be aware of my own biases and seek to gain understanding of those who I perceive as being different from myself. I will speak out against all forms of prejudice and discrimination. I will reach out to support those who are targets of hate. I will think about specific ways my community members can promote respect for people and create a prejudice-free zone. I firmly believe that one person can make a difference and that no person can be an “innocent” bystander when it comes to opposing hate. I recognize that respecting individual dignity, achieving equality and promoting intergroup harmony are the responsibilities of all people. By signing this pledge, I commit myself to creating a respectful community.
Raised for “Year of the Child” Charities in 2010-2011 1st-6th Grades: $8,334.72 7th-8th Grade: $3,000.00
Every school year, St. Andrew’s adopts a charity and/or organization to support during the Lenten season, further enhancing St. Andrews’ mission to provide service learning opportunities for all students. During the 2010-2011 school year, the St. Andrew’s community provided generously for the “Year of the Child” fundraising campaign, supporting youth-based programs around the city. Donations totaling $13,253.72 provided funds for The Miracle Foundation, The Arts and Fitness Program for Young Children, The Helping Hand Home for Children and the Leukemia Society. Many thanks to our students, faculty and families who worked hard to develop creative ways to support these wonderful organizations.
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MIDDLE SCHOOL YOM HASHOAH CEREMONY HONORS HOLOCAUST VICTIMS Middle School students once again conducted a solemn Yom Hashoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, chapel, Friday, April 29, commemorating the six million Jews killed by Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Both seventh and eighth graders offered prayers and reflections during the memorial service. Rabbi Neil Blumofe of Congregation Agudas Achim was the guest speaker. As students entered, they heard Mandy Justiz ’15 and Christopher Snitjkaer ’15 reading of the names of Holocaust victims. A six-foot wide Star of David was outlined in votive candles on the floor of the small gymnasium. Archival Holocaust photographs were shown on a screen. After an introduction by Sarah Hudson ’15 and opening prayer by Asa Buehler ’15, Ariana Weiss ’16 delivered the Barechu, or Call to Worship, in Hebrew followed by the Shema read by Eliana Abramovitz. Holocaust poetry then was presented by Maria Salazar ’15, Elizabeth Bradshaw ’15 and Elly Smith ’15. Colin Hancock, Alexandra Reid, and Sam Martens offered other prayers while Juliette Dell sang the hopeful Aleinu. Rabbi Blumofe concluded with the Mourner’s Kaddish. Cellists Garrett Bishop ’15 and Patrick Koitzsch ’15 provided the chapel’s background music. Mrs. Brandon said the eighth graders’ English class study of Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel’s Holocaust memoir Night makes the chapel an ideal response to classroom learning. “Holocaust” is a word of Greek origin meaning “sacrifice by fire.” By 1945 at the end of the war, nearly two out of every three European Jews had perished. Yom Hashoah, observed worldwide, is intended to call attention to the inhumanity and evil that can result from hatred and intolerance. It also celebrates the amazing strength and endurance of the human spirit. St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org • 29
Alumni NEWS SENIOR SENDOFF @ LUCY’S On Sunday, August 7, the Senior Sendoff party was held at Mrs. Nazro’s home. New graduates/newest alumni were treated to yummy smoothies from Jamba Juice and received their copy of the school annual. The Class of 2011 lucked out, getting the first look at the school’s first yearbook to cover the entire year, including their own graduation ceremony.
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THE CLASS OF 2006 RETURNS FOR FIVE YEAR REUNION
St. Andrew’s loved having the Class of 2006 back on campus on Saturday, September 17! It’s hard to believe five years have already flown by as the members of this class have been attending colleges across the country and starting their careers. To celebrate, a brunch was held in the Dell Academic Center for students and teachers. After lots of hugs and catching up, everyone enjoyed typical Austin fare prepared by 34th Street Catering, which had also provided their Senior Breakfast in 2005 before they welcomed the First Graders. After breakfast, the new alumni were invited to take the first tour of the new Dell Fine Arts facility that is being built in the spaces that they only knew as fields and cross-country trails, when they attended St. Andrew’s. Following the tours, Head of School Lucy Nazro spoke to the students, many of whom she has known since they were in the first grade! Mrs. Nazro spoke of the great foundation that this class laid for all the exciting growth that is taking place today. Jim Heck, Dean of External Affairs and Alumni Relations, presented a short memory slide show and invited everyone to send news to the alumni blog, so we can all share in the interesting directions that this members of this class are headed. Finally, everyone received their ACL tickets and ACL survival kits and headed off to finish their reunion under the tents of the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Thank you to the students of the Class of 2006 for returning back to see St. Andrew’s. We hope you will come again and often. And, for those of you who couldn’t be here, we missed you, and will look forward to seeing you in 2016 for your tenth reunion (if not before)! St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org • 31
Development NEWS & Communications
CHANGE FOR GOOD: FUNDRAISING IMPROVEMENTS AT SAS St. Andrew’s has been extremely fortunate to benefit from an amazing and generous community of families, friends, and alumni, all of whom support the school in a number of ways. In the last decade alone, St. Andrew’s has almost doubled in size and increased its operating budget by more than $10,000,000. With two campuses and a student body of 851, the school’s needs and priorities have grown and changed over the years. In that vein, the Development Office has spent the past 15 months undergoing a transformative audit that has brought about new and exciting changes for the staff, offices and campaigns for the school. The main goals for this effort were to reduce the number of “asks” the school makes of families, to facilitate and improve efficiency and focus in our selected fundraising initiatives, and to continue our strong, community-centered, fundraising culture that provides much-needed financial support for the school.
By removing a fundraising event from the fall, the school family will better focus on the Annual Fund First Campaign – a top priority every year, with the hope that all families will participate and join in supporting St. Andrew’s. The Annual Fund supports the programs and priorities that directly affect our students; the $740,000 goal bridges the gap between what tuition pays and what it actually costs to operate the school. The Annual Fund is the first and most important gift we ask of all our families, alumni, trustees, facKEY CHANGES ulty/staff, grandparents and friends • There will only be one fundraising as it directly impacts the day-to-day event during the school year, The functionality of the school. Concert for Financial Aid, which will
raise funds for the Financial Aid Program
In addition, the Development Office staff has grown and titles have • St. Andrew’s primary fundraising changed. Molly Sherman, who has focus in the fall is the Annual Fund been the Director of Development First Campaign since 1995, begins a new position as • Endowment Funds will be raised the Director of Major Giving. In this through the new Major Giving Program position, she will focus on managing the capital campaigns, relationships, • Spring Fest will change from a fundand other initiatives involving the soraising event at the Upper School to licitation of major gifts. Catherine a fun Spring Social on Thursday, April Herter, Director of Annual Fund and 19 (this event will replace the traditional Special Events since 2003, will now Upper School Winter Social) St. Andrew’s will move from hostserve as the Director of Developing three fundraising events ment and Communications, man• Family Fair will change from a fund(Concert for the Endowment, aging office staff and strategies, the raising event to a fun “end of year” Family Fair for Financial Aid and annual fund, special events, and the community event on Saturday, May 5 Spring Fest for Financial Aid) to production of school publications, for the Lower and Middle Schools one fundraising event. This new communications and marketing mafundraising initiative is a hybrid terials. Jim Heck continues his work of all three previous events. It will retain the concert format with alumni relations as Dean of External Affairs and Alumni but solely support the financial aid program. This ‘Concert Relations and Jenny Morgan will remain in charge of the crefor Financial Aid’ will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2012 ative side of the communications, web, and marketing efat the Moody Theater (ACL venue) at the W Hotel. It is our forts. Brenda Hansen will continue as the administrative manhope that the entire community come out to enjoy a night ager of the office and we have added a fifth member to our of great food, great music and great fun for a really good team, Allison Brubaker, who is the Annual Fund Coordinator. cause. The goal for this event is to net $300,000 for St. An- Allison comes to St. Andrew’s from the Development Office drew’s Financial Aid Program. at the U.T. McCombs School of Business where she managed the Annual Fund. Prior to that she worked in the SMU DevelFamily Fair, in its 25th year, will remain as a community event opment Office while attaining her M.B.A. but it will not be a fundraiser (the silent auction component will be absorbed by the concert) and Spring Fest, a relatively new It is with great excitement and faith that we move forward event for St. Andrew’s, will become the Upper School Spring with these new initiatives and anticipate a renewed efficienSocial (to replace the traditional Upper School Winter Social) cy and focus with our improved office structure. We hope on April 19. Both events will continue to be valued treasures for all our families will join us in supporting St. Andrew’s Annual our families and wonderful opportunities for new families at St. Fund, the Concert for Financial Aid, and the ongoing capiAndrew’s to be welcomed into this school community. tal campaign efforts this year. 32 • St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org
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CAPITAL UPDATE - THE DELL FINE ARTS CENTER
[Dell Theater] [Black Box Theater] [Scene Shop]
SAVE THE DATE! The Dell Fine Arts Center will be formally dedicated on Friday, April 27, 2012 at the Upper School. Construction on the Upper School Dell Fine Arts Center continues to make tremendous progress and is beginning to resemble the architectural rendering. Good weather and a stellar construction management team have continued to keep the project on schedule. The Upper School campus has been literally transformed by this incredible project – here are a few exciting updates about the project: • The main stage in the Dell Theater has been built; the orchestra pit and tiered seating structure are
discernable (below left).
• The theater’s main exterior (below right), the black box theater, and the scene shop are starting to take shape
• Installation of the electrical system to support stage has begun.
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CAPITAL UPDATE - THE CHAPEL AT 31ST STREET AND FIELD RENOVATIONS AND BEAUTIFICATION
SAVE THE DATE! The new Chapel and Crusader Field Renovations and Beautification will be formally dedicated on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Thank you again to the Cain Foundation for making this project possible. It is hard not to notice the major transformation of the Lower and Middle School campuses with the construction of the beautiful new chapel in the round, the upgraded field and new landscaping. The construction is all on schedule and set for completion in the spring. Recent updates include:
• The rounded concrete exterior wall of the chapel is now clearly identifiable (above). • The limestone bleachers have been installed on the field and are already in use (below left). • The former playscape site has been turned into a butterfly garden and a formal entrance to the school; a new and improved playscape has been ordered and will be installed in November. • A new covering for the walkway between the Lower School main building and the gyms has been installed (below right) • Improved landscaping and hardscaping around the playing field, Crusader Hall, and West Rock.
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Goodbye,Dear Friends IN MEMORIAM
This past year has been a difficult one for our St. Andrew’s community as beloved family members, board members and friends have passed away. We honor their deep commitment to the school they served and to their community at large; they are forever in our hearts and memories.
Janet “Jan” Stone Hughes: February 8, 1949 - March 6, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Chair (1986) and Development Director (1988-1993) Jan Hughes died on March 6, 2011, following a difficult but courageous battle against multiple myeloma. Jan was born on February 8, 1949, in Corpus Christi, Texas. She graduated from The University of Texas in 1969 with a B.A. in history. She and David Hughes married during Spring Break of their senior year. They were blessed with three daughters, Denise (now, Dr. Denise Hughes Laurienti ’86), Sarah (Sarah Hughes Queen ’88), and Mary Clare (Mary Clare Hughes Matthews ’90). One of Jan’s many talents was connecting to and building relationships with people from all walks of life. She used this talent to build a highly successful career in philanthropy and development for the benefit of numerous organizations throughout Texas. Jan was the first Director of Development at St. Andrew’s, a development professional at the University of Texas Department of Athletics and College of Engineering, and, after forming J Hughes Consulting, her work in recent years included Trinity Episcopal School, St. James Episcopal Church, and KIPP Austin Public Schools. A Jan Stone Hughes Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established so that Jan’s lifelong love of education, reading, and learning might live on in the lives of St. Andrew’s students.
Charles Dunham Nash: February 25, 1934 - March 28, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Member (1960s) Charles Nash departed this life peacefully on March 28, 2011. The second of three sons, he was born in Waco, Texas on February 25, 1924 to Lucille Durham and John Harvey Nash. Charles grew up in Austin, Texas where his family operated a DeSoto dealership and later formed Capitol Chevrolet in 1935. After earning the rank of Eagle Scout and graduating from Austin High School, he entered Texas A&M University. With the onset of World War II, Charles enlisted in the Army Infantry, where he was commissioned as a Lieutenant. Following military service, he attended the Chevrolet Post Graduate School of Merchandising and Management and returned to the dealership in 1947, spending his remaining years as Chairman of the Board of Capitol Chevrolet. Charles leaves behind his beloved wife Dorothy Moore Nash and his loving children Nancy Nash Harper and Charles Durham Nash, Jr.
Kerry Merritt: May 15, 1925 - April 23, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Member (1960s) and long-time supporter Kerry Merritt died on April 23, 2011. Merritt was born on May 15, 1925 in Lockhart, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University until he entered the army infantry to serve in the European theatre of World War II. At the end of the war, he returned to attend The University of Texas and served as President of the Ex-Servicemen’s Association testifying before the U.S. Senate as a representative for the needs of returning servicemen. After graduating with a BBA in 1948, he went to work for Stripling-Blake Lumber Company, Inc., where he rose to become President and Chairman of the Board. In 1954, he married Nancy Stripling. Their daughter Amanda Merritt Beck Foster ’68 and granddaughters, Alexandra ’03 and Merritt ’05 Beck, brought great joy to his life. 36 • St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org
Sterling Howard Wilson: January 2, 1960 - May 17, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Member (2007-2009) and parent Sterling Howard Wilson passed away peacefully after a fierce four-year-long battle with cancer, on May 17, 2011. Sterling was born in Temple, Texas, on January 2, 1960, to Sam and Sonia Wolf Wilson. After growing up in Austin he attended Southern Methodist University, where he was a three-year letterman on the SMU Mustang football team. During his time there, he earned two Southwest Conference Championship rings. After SMU, Sterling married Lauren Enz Wilson and went on to graduate from the Owner/President Management Program at the Harvard Business School in Boston. He then joined the family business in Austin, Wilson Oxygen and Supply Company, which he helped grow to the largest independent industrial specialty gas distributorship in the United States until the business was sold in 1995. In March of 1990, Lauren and Sterling became the proud parents of twins, Trent McBee Wilson ’09 and Grant Kimbell Wilson ’09. St. Andrew’s recently honored Sterling by dedicating the beautiful stained glass Chancel Window at the Upper School in his name.
Judge William Lockhart Garwood: October 29, 1931 - July 14, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Chair (1972) Judge William Lockhart Garwood died on July 14, 2011. A Houston native, Judge Garwood was born on October 29, 1931. He went on to graduate from the Middlesex School in Massachusetts and later Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He then received his LLB with Honors from the University of Texas School of Law in 1955, where he ranked first in his class all three years. In 1955 Judge Garwood married Merle Haffler of Lexington, Kentucky and they had two children, William L. Garwood, Jr. ’69, and Dr. Mary Garwood Yancy ’74. In 1959, he joined the firm of Graves, Dougherty & Gee in Austin, (now Graves, Dougherty, Hearon, Moody and Garwood). In 1979, he was appointed by Governor Clements to the Texas Supreme Court and in 1981 was appointed by President Reagan to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, where he served for 30 years. At St. Andrew’s Day in 2009, Judge Garwood was awarded The Charles Alan Wright Award, which acknowledges a member of the school community whose life is distinguished by a quest for excellence.
Michael Lee McAllister: December 21, 1954 - August 28, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Member (1997-2003) and former parent Mike McAllister died on Sunday August, 28, 2011 after a valiant fight against cancer. He was a man of God, an optimist, and a devoted family man. A fifth generation San Antonio native, Mike was born in Corpus Christi, TX on December 21, 1954 and grew up in San Antonio. He graduated from Sewanee, The University of the South, with a B.A in Economics in 1977, where he met the love of his life, Nancy Bell. He and Nancy have two children, Nina ’07, and Will ’10. After working in New York, Dallas, and Austin for investment banks, Mike co-founded Westlake Securities in Austin and served as CEO and Managing Director until his death. As treasurer of the Board of Trustees of St. Andrew’s, Mike helped guide the financing of the construction of St. Andrew’s Upper School.
John C. Foshee: July 1, 1929 - September 12, 2011 Former St. Andrew’s Board Chair (1970) John Foshee was born July 1, 1929, to Azor Beryl and Marcia Philips Foshee, of Gladewater, Texas. At the University of Texas he met Hazel Smith, of San Antonio; they married in May, 1949. After taking an undergraduate degree in journalism in 1952, John entered officer candidate school at Lackland AFB in San Antonio. Following service as an US Air Force lieutenant, John entered UT Law School and began a long career in legal practice; he concluded his career as staff attorney at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. John was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Hazel Foshee and is survived by his son, Page Foshee ’66, of Austin and daughter Clare Foshee ’71, of Dallas. St. Andrew’s Episcopal School • www.sasaustin.org • 37
THE MOODY FOUNDATION MAKES A RECORD-BREAKING GIFT IN SUPPORT OF THE FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM The Moody Foundation of Galveston, Texas, a longtime supporter of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, has made an historic, $1.25 million, five-year grant in support of the school’s financial aid program. Ross Moody, father of Elle ’10 and Jack ’13 Moody, a member of The Moody Foundation’s Board of Trustees helped to secure this substantial grant. The Moody Foundation has given multiple grants to St. Andrew’s since 1990, including one to help construct Crusader Hall, several grants to aid in the construction of the Upper School and to expand the 31st Street campus, and, most recently, two grants to expand and improve the cross country trail, Tuhabonye Trail, at the Southwest Parkway campus.
he Moody Foundation was created for the perpetual benefit of present and future generations of Texans by William Lewis Moody, Jr. and his wife, Libby Shearn Moody.
St. Andrew’s has long embraced the directive from the National Association of Episcopal Schools to build more vibrant and diverse campuses and to make a first-rate education accessible to families of capable students at all income levels. Of the 851 students currently enrolled at St. Andrew’s, 17% of the students qualify for and receive some degree of financial aid. In 2011-2012, more than $1,655,000 dollars has been granted in tuition assistance to 147 students. Over the last three years, the need has become more acute as the percent of students receiving aid increases each year. The demand for financial aid continues to outpace monies raised at fundraising events and through private donations. The Moody Foundation’s grant will add $250,000 each year for the next five years to the coffers of the St. Andrew’s financial aid program, thereby relieving pressure on this component of the school’s annual operating budget. This will have a stabilizing affect on the financial aid portion of annual tuition increases. We thank the Moody family and the Moody Foundation for their guidance and leadership in awarding this grant that will ultimately allow numerous school families to better afford a St. Andrew’s education.
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2010-2011 Annual report on Giving Gifts received July 1, 2010-June 30, 2011
thank You! thank You! thank You! thank you to everyone named in this Annual report on Giving. Your gifts to St. Andrew’s School, no matter the size or frequency, speak volumes to what this special place means to you and your families. we value every gift and feel blessed to play such an important role in the development of all children who attend St. Andrew’s episcopal School.
Buddy Grades Go BowlinG! First and twelfth graders spend the afternoon together following st. andrew’s day festivities.
2010-2011 Financials income 91%
l Tuition & Fees
l salaries & Benefits
l General & administrative
l annual Fund
l operations & Maintenance
l scholarship donations
(Family Fair, spring Fest and other Gifts to Financial aid)
l student supplies & services
$1,110,016 l FF & e, Technology, Major repairs & other
2010-2011 parent Volunteers The greatest gift a parent can give is his or her time. we are blessed to have a community of enthusiatic and generous moms and dads who volunteer at countless events throughout the year. Thank you to all of our parent volunteers for all you do! PARENTS’ COUNCIL EXECUTIVE CHAIRS Co-Presidents: Amy Dunham, Kimberley Ezell Treasurer: Karen Jones Secretary: Julia Howry PARENTS’ COUNCIL COMMITTEE CHAIRS Admissions Hospitality - LS/MS Blakeney Kurad Altar Guild LS/MS Hallie Cardwell US Donna Osborn Annual Fund LS/MS Kristin & Drake Fason US Margaret & Lawrence Temple
Family Fair for Financial Aid Kim Greskovich
PSIA - LS/MS Parent Laura Corman
Field Day (P.E.) Grades 1-6 Yoli and Orlando Arriaga
School Supply Collection - LS/MS Laura Payet
Fun House (P.E.) Grades 1-4 Katie and Evan Kastner
Senior Grill Outs Karen Ingram
Grandparent's Day LS/MS Julie Ballard, Cari Ezell US Susan Sealy
Spirit Michelle Tobias, Molly Hughes, Kim Day Speaker Series Wendy Todd, Mary Clare Matthews, Kim Day
Homecoming Picnic Cathy Heck Hospitality Committee LS Jane Howard MS Sheryl Anderson US Suzie Martin Hot Lunch LS/MS Robin Jackson Latin Banquet Marty Swanger, Claudia Dollen, Donna Osborn Library Angels – LS April Hudson
Back to School Swim Party – MS Kimberley Ezell
Lost & Found - LS/MS Mary Beth Barnstone
Book Fair - LS/MS Cecily Rodman, Cyndy Smith
Marathon Kids - LS/MS Kerry Van Dusen
Book People Weekend - US Carol Reifsnyder
Mentors for New Families 1st Grade Blakeney Kurad 1st Grade Kim Greskovich 2nd-5th Grade Diane Williams 6th Grade Amy Erben 6th Grade Anne McKinnerney MS Patty Loose US Andrea Burrell
Brown Bags LS/MS Mary Ann Frishman US Glenys Wolf Career Day – US Kim Day, Sharon Wilson Communications -Crusader Week - US Cory Wolf Concessions - US Cynthia Petrick, Beth Grimm Diversity Committee Jennifer Ramos, Jess Chapin Easy Money Chris Davis, Cheryl Hindera Faculty Appreciation Luncheon LS Christine Villareal-Levy MS Dinny Petersen US M.E. Cook, Andrea Burrell Faculty Appreciation Snacks LS Lisa Ameel MS Beth Sherwood US Leslie McConnico Fall Concert for the Endowment Mary Ann Frishman, Pam Myers
Outreach Committee LS Lyda Molanphy MS Jeannette Williams US Lisa Zodin
Spring Fest for Financial Aid Monica Johnson, Melissa Greenwell St. Andrew's Day ML Calcote CLASS REPRESENTATIVES First Grade: Hargrove - Adriana Henry Iverson - Jill McClanahan Krueger - Laura Barrow Second Grade: Agnew - Mari Josey King - Julie Briggs Williams - Robin Jackson Third Grade: Hutcheson - Anne McKinnerney Kelly - Kim Coffin Nottingham - Giselle Waugh Fourth Grade: Hunt - Amy Erben Osella - Isabel Welland Sauer - Lorraine Koeper Fifth Grade: Hart - Pam Gilmour Kell - Julie Witt Wright - Jill Cowan Sixth Grade: Keasler - Maria Fuhrman, Lawder - Connie Golson, Lynch - Cyndy Smith Sexton - Becky Garcia
Parent Peer Group Beth Myler Parent Gatherings Cathy Heck, Betty Stuart, Palmer Quaroni, Monica Johnson Parent Class Rep Liaison LS Peggy Keelan Pizza Day - LS/MS Edie Rogat, Michelle Sunshine Poinsettia Sale LS/MS Michelle Sunshine, Tami Scott US Kimberly Orlando Project Graduation – US Cindy Groves, Stacey Leonard 3
Seventh Grade: Patty Loose, Lisa Youngblood Eighth Grade: Angela Filardi, Suzie Politz Ninth Grade: Gillian Barron, Lynn Pollinger Tenth Grade: Jean Mattka, Sara Dimston Eleventh Grade: Candace Gilbert and Annette Gester Twelfth Grade: Katie Kerr and Lisa Zodin
2010-2011 Annual Fund The annual Fund is the cornerstone of giving at st. andrew’s episcopal school and it is the first and most important gift the school asks of parents, trustees, alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends. The annual Fund subsidizes technology, athletic, and art needs, classroom supplies and equipment, and other important programs at st. andrew’s. every gift, large and small, makes a significant difference in the life of our school. ST. ANDREW’S COUNCIL ($25,000-$100,000) Anonymous MAJOR BENEFACTOR ($10,000 - $24,999) Rena Blades Susan and Michael Dell Bremond and Michael MacDougall Nelson Minar Isabel and Dave Welland LEADERSHIP CIRCLE ($5,000 - $9,999) Wendy Albrecht Aileen and Mike Aviles Mr. and Ms. Rhodes R. Bobbitt Tracey and Paul Bury Ann and Robert Canon Amy and Randy Erben Brenda and Keith Feldman KCL Foundation - Gail and Robert Hughes Louise and Mark Michaud Bonnie Mills Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Mills Audrey Peterson Family Barb and David Powell Laura and Chris Rulon-Miller Kendra Scott and Al Koehler Anne and Rich Smalling Louisa and David Stegmann The Tecumseh Foundation Terry Matthews Diana and Mike Young EXCELLENCE CIRCLE ($2,500 - $4,999) Shani and Imtiaz Alam Gary Beth and Richard Baggett Gillian and Mike Barron Suzanne Freid-Carper and Don Carper Loretta and Jeff Clarke Diana Prechter and Kent Cole Laura Corman Kristin and Drake Fason Nancy and Dan Garrison Margie and Paul Gaudin Kristen and Ben Hanson
Kathryn and George Hillhouse Lauri and Kurt Hoff Mellie and Tom Hogan Ann and Richard Hojel Mrs. Mary Jenné Johnna and Stephen Jones Beth Myler and Erik Josowitz KCL Foundation - Lee Walker Pam and Kevin Kudlac Stacie and David Keliehor Jill and Kip McClanahan Betsy and Brian McClure Leslie and Steve McConnico Andrea and Dean McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. Peter Meinig Catherine and Bill Miller Pam and John Myers Lucy and Phil Nazro Donna and William Osborn Cynthia and David Petrick Belinda and Mike Perkins Lindsay and Ford Smith Mimi and Allen Smith Joyce Mullen and Todd Stephenson Fred Tedesco Julie Tedesco The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Terhune The Carl and Elinor Glyn Thom Charitable Foundation, Beth and Bill Thom The John B. & Ethel Templeton Fund Laura and Todd Templeton Michelle and Paul Tobias Glenys and Howard Wolf The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation Gaye Lynn and Stuart Zarrow Carol and John Ziebert Nancy and Bruce Zimmerman STALWART ($1,000 - $2,499) Cindy Work and Gregory Abell Laura and Josh Abramowitz Suzanna and Alan Albright Susan and Kevin Anderson Anonymous Julie and Buddie Ballard Bannerman Foundation Dealey and David Herndon Erika and Bryan Herndon Allyson and Dan Bartlett Lisa and Joe Beaman Perri and Patrick Beathard Amanda Beck Annie and Jeff Bernard Laura and Steve Beuerlein Mr. Richard T. Brady Julie and Russell Briggs Natalie and Steve Brown Sandra and Charles Burnside Maureen and John Burrows Heidi and Jim Cahill Leslie Langee and Sam Campbell Ellen Smith and Alan Campion The Carpenter Family Mike Carson 4
Karen and Clay Cary Katie and Ed Chafizadeh Jennie and Jeffrey Chang Jacki and Joshua Claman Ann and Chris Coffin Edie Rogat and Cotter Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cunningham Kelley and Tom Daniel Julie and Ben Davis Katey and Chris Davis Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Dell Peggy and Larry Dill Amy and David Dunham Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards Melissa and Craig Eiland Kimberly White Erlinger and Tate Erlinger Sandy and Kenny Flores Michelle and John Flynn Nick Fox Judge and Mrs. William L. Garwood Melissa and Silver Garza Annette and Doug Gester Lara and Stephen Gibson Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Gilman Dana and Rob Golemi Connie and Charles Golson Beth and David Grimm Nora Fitzgerald and Mark Gude Julie and Garrett Hall Elaine and Robert Hamm Margaret and Dave Hampton Elizabeth and Scott Hanna Todd Hasie Cheryl and John Hindera Karen and Dave Holody Raina and Walt Hornaday Catherine Dickerson Horne and Nathan Horne Jeri and Jim Houstoun Julia and Randy Howry Lady and David Huffstutler Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison Karen and Philip Ingram Barbara Jansen and Larry Baird Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johnson Mari and Robert Josey KCL Foundation - Molly and Craig Hughes Peggy and Dan Keelan Jennifer and Wesley Kern Heather and Martin Kohout Mary and Chico Korth Ryan Krebs Dana and Daryl Kunik Dr. Gerald Laubach Suzanne and Jim Ledet Patty and Ike Loose Eleanor and Ron Luke Ms. Janie MacDougall Marsha McGrath and Drew Marcks Elizabeth and Steve Martens Jean and David Mattka Ms. Jacque McCall Tracy and Jim McCormack Beverly Penn and Marc McDaniel Mary and David McDonald
2010-2011 Annual Fund Vicki and Jay Mechling Sheryl Michels Mrs. Mary Ellen Miller Mrs. Ann Morris Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison Terre and Jim Mulkey Marina and Andrea Natale Mrs. Carol Nelson Susan and John Nicklos Kimberly and Steve Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Joe Osborn Debbie and Chris Pacitti Sandra and Wayne Packwood Stacey and Marc Palazzo Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker Suzy and John Politz Karen and Jim Porter Jill and Danny Powell Cat and Rudy Prince Joan and Tom Rasmussen Sheila Reid and Tracy Goss Carol and Andrew Reifsnyder Liza and Dan Richardson Margot and Scott Ritchie Kathryn and Clive Runnells Mrs. Jacqueline Russell Pat Sinnott and Robert Salgo Janice Roybal Salinas and Greg Salinas Claire and Derek Saunders Betty Stuart and Todd Scharnberg Mrs. Carolyn Schilthuis Kimberly and Randall Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Max Sherman Beth and Taylor Sherwood Kelley and Gene Shrock Mr. and Mrs. Doug Smith Penny and David Snider Lydia and Tony Soldano Mr. and Mrs. John Soule Laura and Andy Steinbach Christine and Andrew Stewart KimMarie and Jay Suhr Laurie Ratliff and David Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Symank Judy and Eric Taube Mr. and Mrs. Larry Temple Margaret and Lawrence Temple The Catherine Terrell McCartney Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCartney The Meyer Levy Charitable Foundation Mara Elizabeth Levy Tobin Janel Levy Rachel Levy Goldberg Michael Levy Elissa and Jeff Thompson Beth and Bo Townsend Susan Kidwell and Michael Tusa Kerry and Serge Ugarte Kerry and Duncan Van Dusen Weir Foundation Elyse and Russell White Pam and Neel White Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Williams Ms. Margaret S. Wilson
Go Cru! Middle school boys lacrosse players celebrate a job well done.
Sharon Wilson Cory Wolf and Sam Wilson Julie and Kevin Witt Mary and Howard Yancy Dr. Santiago Zamora Judy and Mike Zatopek Diane and Taimur Zeb VOLUNTARY SHAREGIVER ($1,000 PER STUDENT AT ST. ANDREW’S) Cindy Work and Gregory Abell Laura and Josh Abramowitz Shani and Imtiaz Alam Susan and Kevin Anderson Anonymous Aileen and Mike Aviles Gary Beth and Richard Baggett Julie and Buddie Ballard Gillian and Mike Barron Perri and Patrick Beathard Lisa and Joe Beaman Annie and Jeff Bernard Laura and Steve Beuerlein Julie and Russell Briggs Maureen and John Burrows Tracey and Paul Bury Heidi and Jim Cahill Ellen Smith and Alan Campion Ann and Robert Canon Suzanne Freid-Carper and Don Carper Karen and Clay Cary Jennie and Jeffrey Chang Jacki and Joshua Claman Loretta and Jeff Clarke Ann and Chris Coffin Laura Corman Edie Rogat and Cotter Cunningham Kelley and Tom Daniel 5
Julie and Ben Davis Katey and Chris Davis Susan and Michael Dell Amy and David Dunham Amy and Randy Erben Kimberly White Erlinger and Tate Erlinger Kristin and Drake Fason Brenda and Keith Feldman Sandy and Kenny Flores Michelle and John Flynn Nancy and Dan Garrison Margie and Paul Gaudin Annette and Doug Gester Lara and Stephen Gibson Dana and Rob Golemi Beth and David Grimm Nora Fitzgerald and Mark Gude Julie and Garrett Hall Elaine and Roger Hamm Margaret and Dave Hampton Elizabeth and Scott Hanna Kristen and Ben Hanson Todd Hasie Erika and Bryan Herndon Kathryn and George Hillhouse Lauri and Kurt Hoff Mellie and Tom Hogan Ann and Richard Hojel Karen and Dave Holody Jeri and Jim Houstoun Julia and Randy Howry Molly and Craig Hughes Johnna and Stephen Jones Beth Myler and Erik Josowitz Stacie and David Keliehor Jennifer and Wesley Kern Mary and Chico Korth Ryan Krebs Pam and Kevin Kudlac
2010-2011 Annual Fund Dana and Daryl Kunik Suzanne and Jim Ledet Eleanor and Ron Luke Bremond and Michael MacDougal Marsha McGrath and Drew Marcks Elizabeth and Steve Martens Jean and David Mattka Vicki and Jay Mechling Jill and Kip McClanahan Betsy and Brian McClure Leslie and Steve McConnico Beverly Penn and Marc McDaniel Mary and David McDonald Andrea and Dean McWilliams Sheryl Michels Catherine and Bill Miller Bonnie Mills Terre and Jim Mulkey Pam and John Myers Marina and Andrea Natale Kimberly and Steve Orlando Donna and William Osborn Stacey and Marc Palazzo Belinda and Mike Perkins Dinny and Hal Peterson Cynthia and David Petrick Karen and Jim Porter Jill and Danny Powell Cat and Rudy Prince Sheila Reid Carol and Andrew Reifsnyder Liza and Dan Richardson Margot and Scott Ritchie Laura and Chris Rulon-Miller Pat Sinnott and Robert Salgo Janice Roybal Salinas and Greg Salinas Claire and Derek Saunders Betty Stuart and Todd Scharnberg Kimberly and Randall Schultz Kendra Scott and Al Koehler Beth and Taylor Sherwood Kelley and Gene Shrock Anne and Rich Smalling Mimi and Allen Smith Lindsay and Ford Smith Lydia and Tony Soldano Louisa and David Stegmann Laura and Andy Steinbach Joyce Mullen and Todd Stephenson KimMarie and Jay Suhr Laurie Ratliff and David Swanson Fred Tedesco Julie Tedesco Elissa and Jeff Thompson Michelle and Paul Tobias Susan Kidwell and Michael Tusa Kerry and Serge Ugarte Kerry and Duncan Van Dusen Isabel and Dave Welland Elyse and Russell White Sharon Wilson Cory Wolf and Sam Wilson Julie and Kevin Witt Glenys and Howard Wolf
Diana and Mike Young Judy and Mike Zatopek Diane and Taimur Zeb Nancy and Bruce Zimmerman SHAREHOLDER ($500 - $999) Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ames Nancy Crichlow and Mark Ball Mr. and Mrs. Matt Berry, Sr. Teresa and Paul Bessette Leslie Benitez Lale and Weston Binford Penny and Darryl Borges Desiree' and Ryan Botkin Dawn and Steven Bowyer Ashley and Miles Brandon Chris Brown Laura and Eric Buehler Janet and Burnie Burner Lorissa and John Burnside Edna and George Butts M.L. and Alan Calcote Cathy and Tom Campbell Kathy Cantilo Rupa and Keith Caramelli Jennifer Carloye Jeannette and Adam Chibib Martha and Greg Clay Dr. Anne Herbert and Mr. John Cooke Jill and Bill Cowan Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Culver Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis Evy and Vard Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davis Kim and Dan Day Kristen and Trek Doyle Kate and Russell Dunnam Sumithra Thavarajah and Lokesh Duraiappah JoAnne and Emmanuel Edoka Jennifer and Richard Fadal Page Foshee and Robert Bracewell Karen and Bill Gernstein Lisa and Robert Giberson Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gillean Jenny and Iain Gillott Frances and Ted Gilman Jennifer and Adam Goldman Suzanne and John Greenway Kim and Greg Greskovich Doria and Jay Hanna Teresa and Malcolm Harris Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hawthorn Mr. and Mrs. William Heck The Rev. Anne Hoey The Hollingsworth Family Ms. Bettie Howard Lin-Yu Chang and Chia-Wen Hsu David Hughes George Huntington Mr. Regis Ingram Grace and Adam Ingram-Eiser Robin and David Jackson Monica and Steve Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones 6
Mr. Robert Josey, II Katie and Evan Kastner Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly Catherine and Dave Kennedy Shannon Kilgore and Ken Hine Heather and Dan Latreille Ann and Steve Laubach Stefanie and Rob Leacock Janie and Robert Long Sheridan and Perry Lorenz Colleen and Chris Lynch Meredith and Alan Marks Jennifer and Chad Marsh Suzanne and Brent Martin Mr. Ned Marrow Mary Clare and Jamie Matthews Anne and John McKinnerney Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Merritt Desmond and Rick Milvenan Nancy Reiser and Rich Mischinski Kristen and John Nelson Catherine and Eric Newell Gervaise and Todd Nix Adela and Octaviano Ortiz Belda and Javier Otero Mr. and Mrs. Dick Osterman Philip Parker Carolyn Biebas and Donald Patrick Diana and Bill Patterson Kaira and Jerry Quick Catherine and William Randall Mr. and Mrs. Gil Rankin Kimberly and Dan Renner Carolyn and Bruce Rishel Mr. and Mrs. Mike Roche Dr. and Mrs. Barry Samuels Mr. and Mrs. O.V. Scott Mr. George Sealy Molly Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sikes Kristin and Matt Sjoberg Mr. and Mrs. Ford Smith, Sr. Jan and Bubba Stark Mrs. Peggy Stegmann Ellen Dorsey and Jim Susman Frances and Robin Thompson Patti and Kevin Thompson Kelli Todd Wendy and David Todd Dr. and Mrs. Courtney Townsend Chrissie and Scott Trull Elizabeth and Philip Turner Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaccaro Cynthia Alaniz and Gavin Villareal Sarah Avery and Matt Wayne Laureen Ravkind and Moriss Weiss Jennifer and Jerome Wenske William and Salomè Scanlan Foundation Laura and Kenneth Cho Steve Wilson Kim and Floyd Wilson Audrey and Clark Wilson Teresa and Darrell Windham Scott Young
2010-2011 Annual Fund Lisa and Scott Zodin FRIEND OF ST. ANDREW'S ($250 - $499) Cecila and Greg Abbott Betty and Abee Aghazadeh Mr. and Mrs. Andy Alfonso, Jr. Lisa and Chris Ameel Anonymous Yoli and Orlando Arriaga Laura and David Barrow Christine Baskin Mr. Bob Bates Joanie Bentzin Gail and Tom Blake Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bradley Charlotte and Henry Brigham Elva and Kama Bruce Dawn and Kevin Buffington Andrea and Rick Burrell Mr. Edgar Buttner Barbara and Jerry Buttrey June and Mark Chandler Laurie Eiserloh and Jessica Chapin Upma and Manish Chauhan Kelly and Subir Chhikara Joan and Phil Church Kate and Steve Clark M.E. and John Cook Dr. and Mrs. Richard Coons Kendall and David Courtney Jill Gardner and Lee Cox Pam and Charles Craig Thomas Crowson Cat and Mike Cummins Ms. Diane Wommack Daniel Mr. William J. Davies, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Day Beth and Seth Deleery Barbara and Michael Dewey Neela Kinariwala and Dan Dickey Brenda and Tom Dille Sara and David Dimston Chris Dodds Susan Draughn Meme Drumwright and H.W. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Duff Lorie and Rick DuPont Janet and Gary Eakman Stacy and James Ehrlich Kathryn and Lance Etcheverry Cari and Monte Ezell Kimberley and Mark Ezell Angela and Pierre Filardi Betsy and Jay Foster Mr. and Mrs. Warren Freund Mary Ann and Ben Frishman Maria and Michael Fuhrman Erika Kunz and Patrick Garcia Candace and Jim Gilbert Ms. Marilyn Gilbert Carina Gilster Dr. and Mrs. William Glade Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Goldman
Alejandra and Juan Carlos Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodyear Caroline and Rob Graham Jen and Martin Grogono Annette and Trey Graves Melissa and Scott Greenwell Wendy and Steve Griessen The Honorable and Mrs. Stanley A. Grimm Cindy and Bob Groves Denele and Curt Gunnarson Michelle and Sam Haddad Mr. Jimmy Hammett Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harvel Cathy and Jim Heck Nancy and Louis Herlin Catherine and Rob Herter Mr. and Mrs. Eric Heydenreich Ms. Jane Hilfer Mrs. Cathy Holland Gina Houston Jane and Jeff Howard Janice Hughes Carol Huntsberger Carmen and Chris Huston Ann and Brad Jerome Kelly and Bob Kamm Jackee and Tony Kayser Nancy and Mike Keasler Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. Norman Kim Kirsten Klindworth Alicia and Richard Kriese Adriana and Thomas Koitzsch Blakeney and Stephen Kurad Jill Lane Susan and Scott Leighty Stacey and Ken Leonard Dr. and Mrs. Zeck Lieberman Rita and Jose Luqué Tracy and Mark Malone Rhone and Chad McCall Mr. and Mrs. Dick McClanahan Melissa and Jeff McCrary Jennifer and John McGrath Sallie and Mike McKetta Joan and Dan McNamara Mr. and Mrs. Hank McNamara Mrs. Trula Meglasson Nathan Michaud Tabor and Doug Mohns Mrs. Anne Montgomery Alice and Mike Nezzer Christy Nisbett Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Osborne Carol Church and Tim Ozor Mrs. Emily Earle Parham Mary Parker Valerie and Chico Parker Dr. and Mrs. George Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Platt Lynn and Steve Pollinger Mrs. Billye Jo Reed Lisa and Robert Reed REIT Management & Research LLC/ 7
Frances Basham Mr. and Mrs. J. Dickson Rogers Monica Ross Ashlen Cherry and Marcus Ruark Mr. and Mrs. Jon Ruff Eilleen and David Saling Maryann and Brian Sayers Mary Frances and James Schneider Cathy Riely and Brett Schwab Tami and Richard Scott Cyndy and Eric Smith Mrs. Anna Sneed Candy and Brad Sparks Roxanne McKee and Gerald Speitel Shari and Eric Stein Andrew Stephens Berit Kragas and Dave Thiessen Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson Kim and John Thrower Eileen and Tomislav Urban Leslie and Joe Van Leeuwen Jana and Jay Wallace Giselle and T.C. Waugh Lucy and Phil Weber Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Weil Drs. Sara Jane and Robert White Diane and Donnie Williams Dr. and Mrs. Gary Williamson Mr. and Mrs. William Wolf Charles Edward Wright and Nina MacDonald Kelly Young Lisa and Wes Youngblood DONOR (UP TO $249) Dr. Joe Adair Nichole Adams Jennifer and Jimmy Agnew Mrs. Raye Virginia Allen Liz and Eduardo Alcocer Stephen Ames Mrs. Barbara Anderson Kathryn and Larry Anderson Mrs. Nancy Anderson Natasha Anderson Kaysie and Bruce Andrews Anonymous (5) Gigi and David Armstrong Mrs. Catherine Arrington Stephanie and Rodney Ashworth Ms. Margaret Axsom Malia and Steve Aycock Sarah and Bert Baetz Berkely Ball Julie and Paul Baker Barton Ballard Ms. Irene Barker Ms. Carol Barndollar David Barndollar Shelley Barndollar John H.H. Bennett Mrs. Cleo Barnette Mary Beth and Anatole Barnstone Mrs. Joan Baskin Travis Bauer
2010-2011 Annual Fund Kim and Steve Beathard The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Benitez Mr. and Mrs. Jose Berio Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Besikof Irene and Gennadi Bersuker Ms. Carolyn Beynon Mr. and Mrs. John Biggar Judy and David Birdsong Wei and Ronnie Bishop Bev and Steve Bishop Laura and Rex Bohls Mr. and Mrs. Ron Botkin Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradley Martha and Mark Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradshaw Shannon and Kevin Brady Louise Brollier Carolyn and Cap Brooks Mr. and Mrs. David Brown Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown Ms. Rose Brown Maria and Joe Brummer Elena McDonald-Buller and James Buller Mr. and Mrs. André Buehler Brook and Doug Burns Mrs. Tobie Burns Mr. Jim Cahill Reverend Dean Calcote Mona and Mark Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Caramelli Mr. and Mrs. Brent Carruth Ms. Jeneanne Carson Mr. and Mrs. John Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Castro Ms. Kathleen Cawthon Mrs. Grayson Cecil Amy Chibib Mrs. Marian Claman Mr. and Mrs. George Clark Mrs. Mary Lou Clarke Nick Classen Betsy and Reed Clemons Mr. Jim Cockrum Brigid Cockrum Tracey and Bill Coe Kim Coffin Ms. Jane Compere Mrs. Hobbie Conkling Mrs. Sally Cooke Mrs. Norma Cortese Linnea and Tom Costas Ralph Cousins Karen and Quint Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cox Ms. Lexa Crane Judge and Mrs. Vann Culp Kelly Cunningham Becca and Mark Davis Dr. and Mrs. Jim Davis Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis Dorothy and John De La Garza Mrs. Mildred Deleery Leslie and Art DelVesco Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dickinson
Josie and Warren Dickson Lisa and Henry Dietz Lauren Dill Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dillman Mr. and Mrs. DeLoss Dodds Claudia and Mike Dollen Ms. Emilia Douglass Jill and Stan Dufek Amy Dunkelberg Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Dunnam Mr. and Mrs. Bob Earthman Luzita Vela and Jamie Ebersole Cathleen and Rommel Eclarinal Allison and Jeff Edwards Mrs. Patricia Ehrlich Ms. Elaine Eiland Abby Elliott Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Gordon England Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ermis Mary and Alex Esquivel Mr. James Ewbank Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eyler Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ezell Dr. and Mrs. Sam Fason Jane Hardin and Jeff Feigenson Mark Feist Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Feldman John Fitzsimons Dorothy Foster Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Freed Mr. and Mrs. Moe Freid Lucy Frost Lizzy Garcia Rick Garcia Steven Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Jose Garcia Gil Garcia Mrs. Mary Giberson Mrs. Cornelia Gill Donna White and Henry Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gluck Audrey and Sam Gonzalez Susan and John Gordon John Gordon Ms. Doris Graham Mr. and Mrs. John Graves Dr. and Mrs. Don Greenway Mr. and Mrs. Matt Greer Laura and Bob Grim Elizabeth Guice David Guidi Clint Hagen Lori and Steve Hahn Renee and Terry Hall Brenda and Hal Hansen Anna Hargrove Amy Harris Kay and Joe Hart Jody Hart and Ross Brown Nicole and Marcus Hawkins Wendy Harvel and Blake Hawthorne Ellen Heck and Andrius Galisanka Gloria Trent and Bill Harris 8
Jennifer Townsend and Jack Harrison Ms. Lynette Heckmann Adriana and Jeff Henry Rev. and Mrs. John Henry Mrs. Dolores Hernandez Ms. Debbie Hicks Julie and Franz Hiebert Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoefer Mary Ann and Scott Holland Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horton Tan-wen Ivy Hou Lisa and Ronny Houston Anita and Rob Howard Dr. John P. Howe, III and Ms. Tyrrell Flawn April and Mark Hudson Ms. Betty Hudson Donna and Frank Hunt Mrs. Betty Hunt Dr. John Huntsberger Mr. and Mrs. Ron Huston Nancy Hutcheson Mr. Moses Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton Courtney Itson Katie and Ehren Iverson Jane and Mark Jacks Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jacks Melissa and Billy Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Gib James Stephanie and Robert Jenkins Molly and David Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jerry Rebecca Jobe Mrs. Cathy Johnson Laura Johnson Mrs. Lavone Johnson Ms. Mary Ellen Johnson Archie Johnson Shawn Jones Stacy and Mason Jones Leslie and Manuel Justiz Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahn Andrea and Walter Kalmans Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kalmans Roberta and Bill Kauffman Colleen and Rob Kell Susan and Randon Kelly Ms. Paula Kelly Matt Kelly Susan Kemner Reed and Jack Reed Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Kendrick Paige Kerr Mrs. Ruth Kidwell Gloria and Alex King Lorraine and Jim Koeper Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kolm Frederick Kountz Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kriese Stephanie and Jason Kruger Dr. and Mrs. John Kudlac Mr. and Mrs. Walter Landis Ms. Jacqueline Langee Mr. and Mrs. James Lantelme Mr. and Mrs. Norv Latreille
2010-2011 Annual Fund Pam Lawder Mr. and Mrs. Chong S. Lee Anna and Matthew Lee Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Dennis Leibovitz Mr. and Mrs. James Leighty Sofia and Tomas Leon Laura Longoria Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lostracco Dr. and Mrs. Jack Louis Carson and Michael Lovell Ollie Lovell ’21 Drs. Lou and Vince Luchsinger Jennie Luongo and Danny Schmidt Jan and Chris Mabley Robyn Mabry Sumaiya and Nadeem Malik Kim and Rob Marable Dr. and Mrs. Ronnie Marks Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martens Kathy Martin Mr. and Mrs. Al Martin Chris and Jim Martin Natacha Martin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mate Angela and Darrel Mayers Merrie Morris-Mazzetti and Robert Mazzetti Nancy and Terry McCarthy Chris McCoy Marla and Tim McGhee Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGuffee Mrs. Alice McKenna Jenny Melanson Cheryl and Greg Mele Hollyana and Shane Melear Christie and Michael Mgba Mrs. Bob Miller Clark Miller ’07 Evans Miller ’10 Laura Milton Paula and Scott Milton Mrs. Eleanor Mischinski Mr. and Mrs. John Molanphy Lyda Creus Molanphy Dr. and Mrs. Charles Monday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Montgomery Shannon Moody Sylvia Franco and John Moore Courtney and Lucian Morehead Ms. Eliza Morehead Jenny and Evan Morgan Ms. Muffie Moroney Mrs. Lillian Mulkey Deborah Mussett Mr. and Mrs. Joe Myers Mrs. Jeannine Nakashima Mr. Joe Nance and Mrs. Ramona Hastings Nance Joshua Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nethery Ms. Dorothy Nezzer Mr. and Mrs. Deim Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Larry Niemann Nicole and Martin Norgaard Holly and Lee Norman
Jessica and Charlie Nottingham Dr. and Mrs. Charles Novo Meredith and Tim O'Brien Tricia and Dennis O'Brien Mrs. Mitzi O'Neill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Osborne Janet and Jeff Osborne Mercedes and Steve Osella Jill Walters-Pace and Robert Pace Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Pace Dr. and Mrs. Steve Pakes Lindsey and Rob Parham Mrs. Cindy Patterson The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Claude Payne Laura and Felipe Payet Jill Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Joe Petrick Ashton Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pickler Caroline Pinkston Heather McKinney and John Pomeroy Mrs. Dorothy Pope Mrs. Jane Porter Mrs. Jean Porter Tim Poteet Dane Powell Molly Powers Nancy Kate Willeford Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Roland Prydz Sarah and Thomas Queen Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rabun Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Ratliff Mrs. Alba Reagan Jillian Richardson Andrew Rist Kim and Shawn Roberts Joël and Martin Robinson Jonathan Rocha Michelle and David Roe Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rogat Mrs. Mary Sue Rose Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rosenfeld Stacey and Michael Rosensteel Betsy Ross Ms. Elizabeth Royer Hope and Polo Ruiz Marsha Russell Ms. Marilyn Sager Reverend Harold Sager Keith Skates ’02 Virginia Sampson Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Sanders Courtney Sapire Margaret Sauer Ms. Dee Saunders Mrs. Alice Scarbrough Martha Schmitz Jane and Ben Schotz Susan and Bill Sealy Mary Kay and Chuck Sexton Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shepherd Ms. Mary Sherwood 9
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sikes Beth Ann and Allen Sikes Dianne and Elliot Silverstone Mr. and Mrs. Bob Singleton Amy and Drew Skinner Dineen Majcher and Larry Smith Susan and Andy Smith Ms. Mary Lynn Smith Evan Smith Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snider Vivian and Lars Snitkjaer Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Speitel Sarah and David Springer Graham Staniforth Ben Stegmann Kate Steinbach Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stevens Dr. Marilyn Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stoyle Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strausbaugh Mrs. Ann Stuart Michelle and Jeff Sunshine Sabra and Bob Sweeney Sara Taube Alex Taube Mr. and Mrs. Abe Thiessen Francie and Trent Thurman Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tobias Mrs. Lucie Wray Todd Jennifer Tollefson Sue and Vince Totero Adair Townsend Bowman Townsend Christy Tucker Mrs. Robyn Turner Mrs. Violet Turner Donna and Rick Valdez Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vandergriff Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Veselka Bonnie and Jay Viernes Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vollers Mrs. Willodyne Walton Mary and Larry Whitaker Anne and Doug Wick Mr. and Mrs. Mario Wiedenmeier Jennifer Willcott Ms. Judy Willcott Jeannette and John Williams Janie and Jim Williams Nicole Williams Chris Williams Sharon and Sam Wilson Joan Winter Marla and Edwin Wise Mary Lynn Woodall Angela and Leo Woods Ms. Ann Woodward Cecily Wright Kate and Todd Wright Rebecca Yacono Hui-hsin Sylvia Yang Sylvia Ybarra Mrs. Rosie Zamora
2010-2011 Annual Fund Michelle and Karl Zimmerman Aimee Zivin CRUSADER CLUB ($10 FOR EACH YEAR SINCE MY GRADUATION) Berkely Ball ’06 Travis Bauer '86 John H.H. Bennett ’02 Kent Cole ’64 Tom Danie ’85 Lauren Dill ’04 Drake Fason ’78 Page Foshee ’66 Lizzy Garcia ’08 Steven Garcia ’02 Ellen Heck ’02 Gina Houstoun ’81 Shannon Kilgore ’71 Robert Long ’69 Bremond (Berry) MacDougall ’84 Michael MacDougall ’84 Jamie Matthews ’86 Mary Clare (Hughes) Matthews ’90 Jeff McCrary ’94 Andrea (Beynon) McWilliams ’86 Nathan Michaud ’04 Clark Miller ’07 Evans Miller ’10 Laura Milton ’04 Anne (Beckham) Montgomery ’89 John Nelson ’80 Alice (Nazro) Nezzer ’81 Ashton Phillips ’06 Caroline Pinkston ’04 Nancy Kate (Willeford) Prescott ’94 Catherine (Hoey) Randall ’81 Jillian Richardson ’10 Andrew Rist ’05 Jonathan Rocha ’04 Monica Ross ’12 Keith Skates ’02 Matt Sjoberg ’70 Kate Steinbach ’09 Andrew Stephens ’95 Sara Taube ’06 Alex Taube ’08 Lawrence Temple ’78 Adair Townsend ’07 Bowman Townsend ’08 Christy Tucker ’05 GRANDPARENTS’ CLUB (AUTOMATIC MEMBERSHIP WITH CONTRIBUTION) Mr. and Mrs. Andy Alfonso, Jr. Ivan Crowson 2019 Mrs. Raye Virgina Allen Judith Allen 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ames Henry Ames 2017 Mrs. Barbara Anderson Madeline Anderson 2016
Mrs. Nancy Anderson Chloe Melear 2016 Mrs. Catherine Arrington Zach Bernard 2021 Ms. Margaret Axsom Colin O'Brien 2011 Ms. Irene Barker Lily Beaman 2014 Ms. Carol Barndollar Mallory Barndollar 2018 Mrs. Cleo Barnette Zoe Barnette 2019 Mrs. Joan Baskin Mac Baskin 2016 Mr. Bob Bates Jack Malone 2021 The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Benitez Evan Benitez-Young 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Jose Berio Sofia Huston 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Matt Berry, Sr. Robert MacDougall 2019 Elenor Jane MacDougall 2021 Evelyn Berry 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Besikof Sabrina Kalmans 2022 Ms. Carolyn Beynon Madison McWilliams 2020 Mr. and Mrs. John Biggar Caroline Biggar 2016 Mr. and Ms. Rhodes R. Bobbitt Carson Kurad 2019 Jordan Legg 2012 Rhodes Legg 2014 Brady Kurad 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Ron Botkin Robert Botkin 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradley Maddox Kunik 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bradley Maja Urban 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradshaw Maddie Bradshaw 2017 Elizabeth Bradshaw 2015 Mr. Richard T. Brady Tom Brady 2012 Catherine Brady 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown Hayden Kern 2022 Ms. Rose Brown Marisa Washington 2019 Mr. and Mrs. David Brown Rachel Coe 2020 Julia Coe 2018 Mr. and Mrs. André Buehler Asa Buehler 2015 Leila Buehler 2017 Mrs. Tobie Burns Mackenzie Cowan 2016 Sandra and Charles Burnside Elizabeth Burnside 2021 Mr. Edgar Buttner Nate Eakman 2014 10
Mr. Jim Cahill Olivia Cahill 2017 Reverend Dean Calcote Allie Calcote 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Caramelli India Caramelli 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Brent Carruth Will Ezell 2016 Mr. Charles M. Carson Carson Witt 2018 Ms. Jeneanne Carson Carson Witt 2018 Mr. and Mrs. John Cassidy Emma Schmidt 2021 Walton Schmidt 2017 Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Castro Aimee Williams 2017 Jack Williams 2019 Ethan Williams 2022 Ms. Kathleen Cawthon Aubry Keliehor 2022 Max Keliehor 2018 Mrs. Grayson Cecil Skip Clemons 2014 Mrs. Marian Claman Lachlan Claman 2018 Mr. and Mrs. George Clark Sarah Payet 2020 Mrs. Mary Lou Clarke Kevin Clarke 2014 Mr. Jim Cockrum Annie Tate Cockrum 2014 Ms. Jane Compere Rhodes Legg 2014 Jordan Legg 2012 Mrs. Hobbie Conkling Katherine Stegmann 2011 Dr. Anne Hebert and Mr. John Cooke Caroline Thompson 2020 Mrs. Sally Cooke Caroline Thompson 2020 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Coons Susannah Haddad 2011 Mrs. Norma Cortese Zoe Kuhn 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cox Hayden Cox 2022 Ms. Lexa Crane Daniel Frishman 2015 Mary Alex Frishman 2018 Judge and Mrs. Vann Culp Margaret Heck 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cunningham Peyton Cunningham 2015 Truman Cunningham 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis Chloe Ezell 2020 Mason Ezell 2016 Ms. Diane Wommack Daniel Thomas Daniel 2021 Caroline Daniel 2019 Mr. William J. Davies, Sr. Hallie Davies 2011
2010-2011 Annual Fund Dr. and Mrs. Jim Davis Katie Newell 2011 Andy Newell 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis Peter Herlin 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davis Parker Davis 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Day Madison Day 2017 Dylan Day 2013 Dorothy and John De La Garza Davison Thompson 2016 Dorothy Thompson 2019 Mrs. Mildred Deleery Rachel Deleery 2012 Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Dell Juliette Dell 2015 Zachary Dell 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dickinson Rachel Nezzer 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dillman Ben Snider 2022 Will Snider 2020 Mr. and Mrs. DeLoss Dodds Emily Dodds 2012 Ms. Emilia Douglass Sofia Alcocer 2018 Victoria Alcocer 2020 Lucas Alcocer 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Duff Ella Parker 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Dunnam Carlisle Dunnam 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Earthman Lee Cardwell 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards Sarah Rulon-Miller 2013 Mrs. Patricia Ehrlich Simms Ehrlich 2019 Ms. Elaine Eiland Tucker Eiland 2018 Gray Eiland 2022 Delaney Eiland 2022 Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis Maria Tobias 2021 Mia Tobias 2022 Matthew Tobias 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon England Izzy Rankin 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ermis Annabel Briggs 2021 Mr. James Ewbank McLean Ewbank 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eyler Reagan Leibovitz-Smith 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ezell Chloe Ezell 2020 Will Ezell 2016 Mason Ezell 2016 Dr. and Mrs. Sam Fason Claire Fason 2017 Sam Fason 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Feldman Grant Feldman 2022
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Freed Charlie Stein 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Moe Freid Ava Clark 2021 Eleanor Clark 2019 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Freund Elizabeth Bradshaw 2015 Maddie Bradshaw 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Jose Garcia Julia Barcenas 2017 Judge and Mrs. William L. Garwood Cameron Yancy 2018 Meghan Yancy 2012 Elliott Yancy 2012 Mrs. Mary Giberson Logan Giberson 2015 Zach Giberson 2013 Ms. Marilyn Gilbert Alessandra Quaroni 2012 Marco Quaroni 2016 Mrs. Cornelia Gill Eliana Gill 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gillean Gracen Kelly 2016 Gillean Kelly 2014 Cailan Kelly 2019 Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Gilman Teddy Gilman 2020 Dr. and Mrs. William Glade Grayson Glade 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Goldman Annie Goldman 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodyear Ben Ingram-Eiser 2022 Mr. and Mrs. John Graves Caroline Graves 2016 Dr. and Mrs. Don Greenway Taylor Greenway 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Matt Greer Marisa Washington 2019 The Honorable and Mrs. Stanley A. Grimm Andrew Grimm 2012 Mr. Jimmy Hammett Jack Norman 2017 Kay and Joe Hart Eli Hart-Johnson 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harvel Sophie Hawthorne 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hawthorn Frances Newton 2018 Margaret Newton 2021 Mr. and Mrs. William Heck Margaret Heck 2011 Rev. and Mrs. John Henry Noah Ford 2014 Mrs. Dolores Hernandez Sofia Gonzalez 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Heydenreich Emma Erben 2019 Christian Erben 2017 Ms. Debbie Hicks Jackson Hanson 2022 Ms. Jane Hilfer Sam Hillhouse 2015 11
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoefer Olivia Cahill 2017 Mrs. Cathy Holland Patrick Davis 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horton Audrey Schultz 2022 Ms. Bettie Howard Anna Howard 2011 Dr. John P. Howe, III and Ms. Tyrrell Flawn Bo Parham 2021 Ms. Betty Hudson Ally Sherwood 2015 Mr. David Hughe Jackson Matthews 2021 Janice Hughes Zach Sutton 2020 Eli Sutton 2022 Mrs. Betty Hunt Kaitlyn Byerley 2014 Dr. John Huntsberger Aaron Huntsberger 2011 Mr. Moses Hutchins Trenton Jackson 2021 Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison Max Jones 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Ron Huston Sofia Huston 2021 Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton Gareth Hutton 2011 Mr. Regis Ingram Scott Politz 2015 Jack Politz 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jacks Natalie Jacks 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Gib James Gibson Marable 2021 Mrs. Mary Jenné Allie Zodin 2011 Anna Zodin 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jerry Maddie Kudlac 2015 Kaitie Kudlac 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johnson Thomas Daniel 2021 Caroline Daniel 2019 Ms. Mary Ellen Johnson Sam Johnson 2016 Caroline Johnson 2012 Mrs. Lavone Johnson Savanna Sparks 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones Riley Anne Cummins 2018 Michael Cummins 2015 Mr. Robert Josey, II Taylor Josey 2019 Lila Josey 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahn Abby Raffle 2017 Casey Raffle 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kalmans Sabrina Kalmans 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly Taylor Josey 2019 Lila Josey 2021
2010-2011â€ˆAnnualâ€ˆFund Ms. Paula Kelly Peyton Cunningham 2015 Truman Cunningham 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Kendrick Sarah Wells 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kennedy Matt Kennedy 2021 Mrs. Ruth Kidwell Charlie Tusa 2016 Dr. and Mrs. Norman Kim Sebastian Villarreal-Levy 2011 Alex Villarreal-Levy 2013 Sophia Levy 2019 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kolm Mackenzie Cowan 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kriese Alex Kriese 2015 Dr. and Mrs. John Kudlac Maddie Kudlac 2015 Kaitie Kudlac 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Landis Ethan Hanna 2020 Ms. Jacqueline Langee Austin Campbell 2011 Joel Campbell 2016 Mr. and Mrs. James Lantelme Eva Laubach 2015 Isabel Laubach 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Norv Latreille Kevin Latreille 2019 Kris Latreille 2022 Dr. Gerald Laubach Isabel Laubach 2017 Eva Laubach 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Grant Feldman 2022 Mr. and Mrs. James Leighty Lizzie Leighty 2017 Dr. and Mrs. Zeck Lieberman Zachary Dell 2015 Juliette Dell 2015 Drs. Lou and Vince Luchsinger Evan Wineland 2012 Dr. and Mrs. Ronnie Marks Miller Marks 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martens Sam Martens 2015 Daniel Martens 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Al Martin Gabriel Lucio-Martin 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mate Adam Brundell 2017 Ms. Jacque McCall Carlie McCall 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Joel McCartney Maggie Miller 2013 Ms. Janie MacDougall Robert MacDougall 2019 Eleanor Jane MacDougall 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGuffee Bo Mansour 2021 Jaclyn Mansour 2016 Olivia Mansour 2018 John Albert Mansour 2015
Mr. and Mrs. Hank McNamara Sarah Courtney 2021 Mrs. Trula Meglasson David Dille 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Meinig Marina Smalling 2015 Sammi Smalling 2016 Mrs. Mary Ellen Miller Maggie Miller 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Mills Charlie Dennis 2013 Mrs. Eleanor Mischinski Shealy Mischinski 2020 Tabor and Doug Mohns Jack Guttell 2018 Barrett Guttell 2017 Mr. and Mrs. John Molanphy Nina Molanphy 2017 Nick Molanphy 2014 Dr. and Mrs. Charles Monday Sarah Ballard 2016 Annie Goldman 2022 Mrs. Anne Montgomery Hallie Smith 2014 Ms. Eliza Morehead Cole Morehead 2020 Mrs. Ann Morris Sam Martens 2015 Daniel Martens 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison John Schneider 2018 Alexandra Lee 2019 Louise Lee 2021 Mrs. Lillian Mulkey Dalton Mulkey 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Myers Emma Myers 2012 Mrs. Jeannine Nakashima Hugo Nakashima-Brown 2013 Mr. Joe Nance and Mrs. Ramona Hastings Nance Edward Gilbert 2012 Lucy and Phil Nazro Ben Thurman 2015 Sam Thurman 2015 Rachel Nezzer 2017 Mrs. Carol Nelson Jack Nelson 2022 Mary Caroline Nelson 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nethery Julia Smith 2011 Ms. Dorothy Nezzer Rachel Nezzer 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Deim Nguyen Ruby Bagwyn 2019 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Niemann Nicole Heyer 2022 Dr. and Mrs. Charles Novo Lee Cardwell 2016 Mrs. Mitzi O'Neill Ryan Loose 2016 Connor Loose 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Osborn Cameron Osborn 2013 12
Mason Osborn 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Osborne Ben Lear 2015 Jennifer Lear 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Osterman Audrey Schultz 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Pace Catherine Pace 2012 Dr. and Mrs. Steve Pakes Reid Pakes 2012 Mrs. Emily Earle Parham Bo Parham 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker Ella Parker 2022 Mrs. Cindy Patterson Mackenzie Soldano 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perkins Gina Perkins 2019 Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Peterson Audrey Peterson 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Petrick Shea Petrick 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pickler Jameson Bessette 2022 Dr. and Mrs. George Pierce Jenny Pollinger 2014 Ben Pollinger 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Platt Kimberly Krebs 2012 Mrs. Dorothy Pope Cole Morehead 2020 Mrs. Jane Porter Mac Porter 2013 Mrs. Jean Porter Shea Petrick 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Roland Prydz Andy Newell 2013 Katie Newell 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rabun Julia Coe 2018 Rachel Coe 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ramsey PJ Johnson 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Gil Rankin Izzy Rankin 2016 Joan and Tom Rasmussen Brendan Lynch 2021 Eva Lynch 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Ratliff Scout Swanson 2022 Mrs. Alba Reagan Gina Perkins 2019 Mrs. Billye Jo Reed Carter Reed 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Roche Sallie Gayle Saunders 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rogat Peyton Cunningham 2015 Truman Cunningham 2020 Mr. and Mrs. J. Dickson Rogers Katie Chandler 2018 Mrs. Mary Sue Rose Henry Barnstone 2016 Clara Barnstone 2018
2010-2011 Annual Fund Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rosenfeld Kendall Hall 2022 Ms. Elizabeth Royer Maggie Welland 2019 Charlie Welland 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Ruff John Temple 2015 Will Temple 2012 Annie Temple 2017 Mrs. Jacqueline Russell Arri Morris 2012 Reverend Harold Sager Grace McKinnerney 2020 William McKinnerney 2017 Ms. Marilyn Sager Grace McKinnerney 2020 William McKinnerney 2017 Dr. and Mrs. Barry Samuels Jared Samuels 2014 Chase Samuels 2020 Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Sanders Andrew Grimm 2012 Ms. Dee Saunders Sallie Gayle Saunders 2012 Mrs. Carolyn Schilthuis Lily Anderson 2021 Mr. and Mrs. O.V. Scott Cade Scott 2020 Beck Scott 2022 Mr. George Sealy William Sealy 2012 Kendall Sealy 2011 John Sealy 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shepherd Trey Shepherd 2016 Sam Shepherd 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Max Sherman Hattie Sherman 2012 Mary Alice Sherman 2012 Clara Sherman 2019 Hasie Sherman 2019 Ms. Mary Sherwood Ally Sherwood 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sikes Angela Barrow 2018 Michael Barrow 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sikes Jake Bartlett 2022 Sutton Bartlett 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Singleton Kate Singleton 2016 Ms. Mary Lynn Smith Cameron Scott 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Ford Smith, Sr. Hallie Smith 2014 Ford Smith 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Doug Smith Alex Kriese 2015 Mrs. Anna Sneed Sam Andrews 2013 Katherine Andrews 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snider Will Snider 2020 Ben Snider 2022
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Speitel Matthew Speitel 2016 Mrs. Peggy Stegmann Katherine Stegmann 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stevens Katie Johnson 2014 Dr. Marilyn Stewart Allie Calcote 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stoyle Sophia Waugh 2020 Thomas Waugh 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strausbaugh Molly Fox 2018 Kate Fox 2016 Nick Fox 2014 Mrs. Ann Stuart Jack Scharnberg 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Temple Will Temple 2012 John Temple 2015 Annie Temple 2017 The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Terhune Robert Sjoberg 2014 John Sjoberg 2011 Mr. and Mrs. Abe Thiessen Sara Thiessen 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson Megan Thompson 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tobias Matthew Tobias 2018 Maria Tobias 2021 Mia Tobias 2022 Mrs. Lucie Wray Todd Margaret Todd 2017 Sue and Vince Totero Drew Brummer 2016 Dr. and Mrs. Courtney Townsend Teddy Gilman 2020 Mrs. Violet Turner Logan Giberson 2015 Zach Giberson 2013 Mrs. Robyn Turner Cy Turner 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaccaro Austin Brown 2013 Addison Brown 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vandergriff Kate Vandergriff 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Veselka Leila Buehler 2017 Asa Buehler 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vollers Reid Swanger 2011 Mrs. Willodyne Walton Chloe Linscomb 2019 Olivia Linscomb 2022 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Weil Baker Weil 2014 Elouise Weil 2015 Drs. Sara Jane and Robert White Henry Erlinger 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Mario Wiedenmeier Wesley Wiedenmeier 2015 Ms. Judy Willcott 13
Talia Willcott 2018 Ursula Willcott 2017 Lucy Willcott 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Williams Amira Douglas 2015 Dr. and Mrs. Gary Williamson Grayson Glade 2012 Ms. Margaret S. Wilson Sam Garrison 2015 Tucker Garrison 2018 Mr. and Mrs. William Wolf Marshall Wilson 2013 Ms. Ann Woodward Sam Stephenson 2011 Nate Stephenson 2015 Dr. Santiago Zamora Sofia Otero 2019 Sergio Otero 2022 Mrs. Rosie Zamora Ethan Cunningham 2019 MATCHING COMPANIES Aetna AMD Foundation Employee Giving Program CA, Inc Matching Gifts Program Chevron Humankind, Chevron Corporation DELL Direct Giving Campaign Eli Lilly and Company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Matching Gift Program Houston Endowment, Inc. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Merck Matching Gifts Pearson Penn Mutual Shell Matching Gifts Program Silicon Laboratories Inc. Sprint Foundation Textron Matching Gift Program The Hartford Matching Gift Center TI Foundation Matching Gift Program UBS Foundation USA Matching Gift Program Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program ANNUAL FUND COMMITTEE Annual Fund Co-Chairs Kristin and Drake Fason ’78 Margaret and Lawrence Temple ’78 Annual Fund Faculty Chair Rich Mischinski Annual Fund Trustee Chair Lawrence Temple ’78 Annual Fund grandparent Chair Carolyn and Tom Curtis Annual Fund Alumni Chairs Robert Long ’69 Mary Clare (Hughes) Matthews ’90 Sophie Osella ’10 Graham Staniforth ’95 Adair Townsend ’07
2010-2011 capital campign Thanks to a lead gift by the Michael & susan dell Foundation and the generous gifts of those listed here, st. andrew’s is engaged in a transformative project at the upper school campus. set for completion in the spring of 2012, the dell Fine arts Center will include theaters for the performing arts and facilities for the visual and musical arts. Thank you to everyone who has given this project the initial momentum needed to succeed. CAMPAIGN FOR ST. ANDREW’S FINE ARTS CENTER Anonymous (5) Cindy Work and Greg Abell Aileen and Mike Aviles Bacon Lee & Associates Lisa and Joe Beaman Paul R. and Teresa P. Bessette The Steve Beuerlein Family The Brown Foundation, Inc. Dawn and Kevin Buffington The Burdine Johnson Foundation Heidi and Jim Cahill Suzanne Freid and Don Carper The Catto Foundation (Heather and Martin Kohout) Kate and Stephen Clark, M.D. The Clarke Family Brigid Cockrum and Family Margie Cowden Kirsten and Jonathan Coon Kelley and Tom Daniel and Family Denise Davis and Ian Hancock Rebecca and Mark Davis Michael and Susan Dell Foundation The Dimston Family Meme Drumwright and H.W. Perry, Jr. Amy and David Dunham Kate and Russell Dunnam Melissa and Craig Eiland The Erben Family Mary and Alex Esquivel Kimberley and Mark Ezell Kristin and Drake Fason Becky and Donald Garcia Nancy and Dan Garrison Melissa and Silver Garza Margie and Paul Gaudin Annette and Douglas Gester Carina Gilster Sara and Ralph Gilster Melissa and Scott Greenwell Beth and David Grimm Elaine and Roger Hamm The Herndon Family Foundation The Hojel Family The Raina and Walt Hornaday Family Julia and Randy Howry Lady and David Huffstutler
Molly and Craig Hughes Robin and David Jackson Mary C. Jenne' Mari and Robert Josey The Burdine Johnson Foundation JP Morgan Chase Peggy and Dan Keelan Grace and Paul Kelly Susan and Randon Kelly Marion Therese Lee Patty and Ike Loose Anne and John McKinnerney Andrea and Dean McWilliams Catherine and Bill Miller Jeannine and John Miller Eugenia and Bob Miller Bonnie K. Mills Pam and John Myers Lucy and Phil Nazro Donna and William Osborn Debbie and Chris Pacitti The Palazzo Family Belinda and Mike Perkins The Audrey Peterson Family Jill and Danny Powell Sarah and Thomas Queen The Ritchie Family Laura and Chris Rulon-Miller Kathryn and Clive Runnells III Claire and Derek Saunders Betty Stuart and Todd Scharnberg The Serra Family/ABE Charitable Foundation Inc Robin and Gene Shepherd Kristin and Matt Sjoberg The Smalling Family/Meinig Family Foundation Allen W. Smith Family Shari and Eric Louis Stein STG Design, Inc. Ellen Dorsey and Jim Susman Marty and Derry Swanger Lawrence, Margaret, Will, John and Annie Temple
Elissa and Jeff Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Davison R. Thompson Michelle and Paul Tobias Elizabeth and Phil Turner Lucy and Phil Weber Isabel and David Welland Pam and Neel White Cornelia Wolf and Samuel Wilson Steve A. Wilson and family Glenys and Howard Wolf The Young Family Nancy and Bruce Zimmerman/Houston Endowment Lisa and Scott Zodin
eXPansion Plans a rendering of the dell Fine arts Center, under construction at the upper school campus. 14
2010-2011 endowment concert each fall, st. andrew’s hosts an event to raise awareness and support for the endowment Fund. The 2010 Bob scheider Concert for the endowment added more than $200,000 to the endowment Fund. we are so grateful to our generous school families for supporting this important cause. $10,000 Anonymous Jamie and William Amelio Julie and Stephen Siegele Mary and Howard Yancy $5,000 Sheryl and Keith Brown Tracey and Paul Bury Becky and Donald Garcia Nancy and Dan Garrison Lezlie and John Glade/Johnna and Stephen Jones/Teresa and Darrell Windham Kim and Johnny Mansour/ Lindsay and Ford Smith Pam and John Myers Jackson Sjoberg McCarthy and Wilson LLP Jennifer Willcott $2,500 Albright-Bessette-Esquivel Frishco, Ltd. Ronda and Kelly Gray/Ellary Dahlke Todd Hasie Heritage Title Company of Austin Mellie and Tom Hogan The Houstoun and Ritchie Families Beth Myler and Erik Josowitz Kendra Scott & Al Koehler/Jill & Kip McClanahan/Lisa & Wes Youngblood/ Mary & Chico Korth Suzie and Brent Martin Catherine and Bill Miller R. Cole Myers Parsley Coffin Renner LLP Louisa and David Stegmann Elyse and Russell White Steve Wilson Diana and Mike Young $2,000 Kimberley and William Schulz Michelle and Paul Tobias $1,000 Wendy Albrecht Aileen and Mike Aviles Amanda Merritt Beck Amy and Randy Erben Melissa and Silver Garza Forestar Raina and Walt Hornaday Lady and David Huffstutler Louise and Mark Michaud Shari and Eric Stein
Beth and Bo Townsend $500 Anonymous Andrew Abell Family Laura and Thad Avery Gillian and Michael Barron Allyson and Dan Bartlett Lisa and Joe Beaman Annie and Jeff Bernard Natalie and Steve Brown Laura and Eric Buehler Maureen and John Burrows Heidi and Jim Cahill Alex and Art Carpenter Karen and Clay Cary June and Mark Chandler Martha and Greg Clay Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Davis Larry and Peggy Dill Amy and David Dunham Kate and Russell Dunnam Stacy and James Ehrlich Angela and Pierre Filardi Margie and Paul Gaudin Jenny and Iain Gillott Pam and Todd Gilmour Jennifer and Adam Goldman Dana and Robert Golemi Audrey and Sam Gonzalez Caroline and Rob Graham Melissa and Scott Greenwell Wendy and Steve Griesson Kristen and Ben Hanson Adriana and Jeff Henry Ann and Richard Hojel Mary Ann and Scott Holland Karen and Dave Holody Monica and Steve Johnson Mari and Robert Josey Jackee and Tony Kayser Cindy and Greg Kozmetsky Blakeney and Stephen Kurad Laura Longoria Patty and Ike Loose Carson and Michael Lovell Meredith and Alan Marks Jean and David Mattka Bonnie K. Mills Lucy and Phil Nazro Anne and Chris Newton Susan and John Nicklos Stacey and Marc Palazzo Lindsey and Rob Parham Diana and Bill Patterson Dinny and Hal Peterson Cynthia and David Petrick Carol and Andrew Reifsnyder Liza and Dan Richardson Betty Stuart and Todd Scharnberg Mary Frances and James Schneider Jane and Ben Schotz Kelley and Gene Shrock Anne and Rich Smalling Andrea and Curtis Smith Cyndy and Eric Smith Christine and Andrew Stewart Michelle and Jeff Sunshine Ellen Dorsey and Jim Susman 15
Marty and Derry Swanger Judy and Eric Taube Margaret and Lawrence Temple Dr. and Mrs. Courtney Townsend Triphine and Gilbert Tuhaboyne Shanel and Dean Vandergriff Giselle and T.C. Waugh Lucy and Phil Weber Becky and Joey Wells Cory Wolf and Sam Wilson Nancy and Bruce Zimmerman Lisa and Scott Zodin Printing Underwriting Texas Capital Bank Concert Committee Chairs Mary Ann and Ben Frishman Pam and John Myers Committee Members Nancy and Dan Garrison Cecilia Abbott June Chandler Stacy Ehrlich Becky Garcia Leslie Glade Kathryn Hillhouse Carol Huntsberger Jill McClanahan Lindsey Smith Lisa Youngblood Kate Wright Cory Wolf Cynthia Petrick Amy and Randy Erben Shari and Eric Stein Beth Grimm Beth Townsend Lucy Frost Jenny Gillott Kelly Hines Margot Ritchie M.E. and John Cook Suzie and Brent Martin Blakeney Kurad Amy Rudy Michelle Sunshine Laura Avery Julie Ballard Julie Briggs Dawn Buffington Maria Fuhrman Dana Golemi Kim Greskovich Leslee Holliday April Hudson Lady Huffstedler Karen Ingram Jennifer Marsh Kim Wilson June Chandler Pam Gilmour Rachel Barcenas Sylvia Ybarra Blakeney Kurad Cory Wolf Karen Ingram Jean Matka
Estate Philanthropy: The Bailey Society St. Andrew’s Estate Philanthropy Program, The Bailey Society, is St. Andrew’s recognition society for all individuals who have named St. Andrew’s as a beneficiary of their estate plan*. It is named in honor of the late Bishop Scott Field Bailey who was present to “turn the spade” at every groundbreaking in the history of St. Andrew’s until his death in 2005. As a founder of the school, and a pillar of both the Episcopal Church community and the St. Andrew’s School community, it is fitting that St. Andrew’s planned gift recognition society, The Bailey Society, be named in his honor.
BAILEY SOCIETY MEMBERS The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Scott Field Bailey* and Mrs. Evelyn Bailey Marcia Bailey Judson Clark ‘03 Cynthia Clark Margie Craig Cowden Joyce and Dave Dormady Melissa and Roy Duckworth Debbie and Randy Fein Bonita and Jeff Garvey Tracey and Aaron Kozmetsky ‘85 James Leech* Maebess Matthews* Melinda and Jimmy McMichael Genie and Bob Miller* Jeannine and John Miller Christy Nisbett Harriet Anderson Vineyard* Kristin Von Kreisler ‘56 Jean Works John Works The Rt. Rev. Scott Field Bailey
Extraordinary Giving: The Founders’ Circle The Founders’ Circle is composed of St. Andrew’s families who have given in excess of $100,000 to the establishment of new projects or programs at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. Chela and Norman Abdallah Betsy and Hughes Abell Wendy Albrecht Anonymous* Val and Beau Armstrong Rona and David Baizer Thalia Banowsky Bill Banowsky Amanda Beck Foster and Alec† Beck O.V. Bennett, Jr.† Laura and Steve Beuerlein* Janet and Burnie Burner Tracey Bury Paul Bury Kathy Cantilo Patrick Cantilo Suzanne Freid Carper and Don Carper* June and Mark Chandler Loretta and Jeff Clarke* Brigid Cockrum Kirsten and Jonathan Coon Julie and Ben Crenshaw Susan and Michael Dell Leslie and Art DelVesco Charmaine and Frank Denius Lorie and Rick Dupont Lisa and Freddy Fletcher Carolyn and Tom Gallagher Becky and Don Garcia*
Melissa and Silver Garza* Bonita and Jeff Garvey The Honorable and Mrs. Will Garwood Mr. and Mrs. Will Garwood Margie and Paul Gaudin Annette and Doug Gester* Lisa and Robert Giberson* Candace† and James Gilbert* Sara and Ralph Gilster Laura and Morris Gottesman Lisa and Sandy Gottesman Mrs. Charlotte Gottesman Kimberly Granger Melissa and Scott Greenwell* Mr. and Mrs. Bob† Hallmark Rani and Eric Harslem-Clasquin Dealey and David Herndon Ann and Richard Hojel* Ann and David Honeycutt Raina and Walt Hornaday* Jeri and Jim Houstoun Gail and Bob Hughes Molly and Craig Hughes Kyle Hughes Roe Sharon Hughes Mary and John Jones Cynthia and Roy Keithley Heather and Martin Kohout Myrna and Tom Lantzsch Margaret Lewis† Petie and Bryan Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Patton Lochridge Lil and Wally Loewenbaum Suzie and Brent Martin Kim and Johnny Mansour Jill and Kip McClanahan Charmaine and Gordon McGill Chris Mattsson and John McHale 16
Nancy and Kerry† Merritt Eugenia and Bob† Miller Catherine and Bill Miller Jeannine and John Miller Bonnie K. Mills* Ross Moody John and Pam Myers Julie and Pat Oles William and Donna Osborn* Betty and Duncan Osborne D.K. and Mike Reynolds Candy and Vic Rogers Debra and Kevin Rollins Laura and Chris Rulon-Miller* Kathryn and Clive Runnells Cynthia and Jack Selman Deanna and Jeff Serra Robin and Gene Shepherd* Anne and Rich Smalling Lindsay and Ford Smith Louisa and David Stegmann Betty Stuart and Todd Scharnberg Michelle and Paul Tobias* Isabel and Dave Welland Pam and Neel White Kim and Floyd Wilson Lauren and Sterling Wilson Sharon Wilson Sonia and Sam Wilson Steve Wilson Carol Carpenter Winkel Mary and Howard Yancy Diana and Mike Young* Deborah and Stephen Yurco *New Members fiscal year ’10-’11 †Deceased
endowed & pooled Funds ENDOWED FUNDS
POOLED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS
The Endowed Fund for Social and Emotional Learning Established in 2002 by the Buena Vista Foundation to support and sustain the Social and Emotional Learning program at St. Andrew's Episcopal School.
All Saints’ Scholarship Fund Barbara Anderson Scholarship Fund Louise Landis Armstrong Fund The Rev. Samuel N. Baxter Scholarship Fund
*The Jan Stone Hughes Memorial Endowment Established in 2011 in memory of Jan Stone Hughes, former Board Chair, parent, grandparent, and staff member at St. Andrew's Episcopal School. The fund was made possible by Mary and Howard Yancy, The Clayton Fund, The Susan Vaughan Foundation, and other friends and family.
The Dawnelle Anderson Benson Scholarship Fund The Robert H. Bowman Scholarship Fund The Patricia Crail Brown Scholarship The Edwin R. Buster IV Memorial Fund
*The 2010 Bob Schneider Endowed Fund Established in 2010 and funded by proceeds of Bob Schneider concert. The event was chaired by Mary Ann Frishman and Pam Myers. The Anderson-Vineyard Memorial Scholarship Fund for Minority Students The 2009 Mark Chesnutt Endowed Fund
The Frank and Louise Carpenter Scholarship The Rt. Rev. Anselmo Carral Scholarship Fund The Clayton Fund Scholarship The Isabelle Thompson Deckerd Memorial Scholarship Fund
The 2008 Los Lonely Boys Endowed Fund The 2007 Grupo Fantasma Endowed Fund
The Lillian Gullette Corner Scholarship Fund
The 2006 Alec Beck Endowed Middle School Scholarship
Eleanor Stayton & William Gammon, Jr. Scholarship Fund
The 2005 Robert Earl Keen Endowed Middle School Scholarship
The O. H. Elliott and Ora Elliott Houston Scholarship Fund
The Anna-Riley Danielle Crenshaw 2016 Endowed Lower School Scholarship
The St. John Garwood Scholarship Fund The Kerry Bennett Goode Scholarship Fund
The 2004 Hilary H. Carlson Upper School Faculty Enrichment Fund The 2003 Pat Green Endowed Upper School Scholarship
The Gottesman Scholarship Fund The Mignon Henry Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Hughes Hoey Scholarship Fund
The Claire Susan Crenshaw 2002 Endowed Lower School Scholarship 2001 Asleep at the Wheel Endowed Middle School Scholarship Katherine Vail Crenshaw Endowed Middle School Scholarship The Eleanor “Ellee” Fletcher 2008 Endowed Scholarship The Julie and Ben Crenshaw Endowed Scholarship * funds new to the 2010-2011fiscal year
The Anna Mae and E. Gary Morrison Scholarship Fund The Rebecca Young Nelson Scholarship Fund The Marc Pappas Scholarship Fund Leslie Cain Poteet Scholarship Fund The Andrew Louis Robertson Scholarship Fund The Debbie Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund 17
The Kristin Shelton Scholarship Fund The Michael Reed Symank Scholarship Fund The W. Robert Vaden Scholarship Fund The Jane Rushing Winters Scholarship Fund Terry Tilton Memorial Scholarship Fund
2010 Family Fair and Spring Fest Two Fun evenTs, one GreaT Cause: THe FinanCial aid ProGraM st. andrew's is proud to have a very generous Financial aid program which supports over 125 families at the school. More than $1 million in financial aid is distributed annualy to deserving students in grades 1-12. in order to support this important endeavor, every spring st. andrew's hosts two events: Family Fair and spring Fest for Financial aid, which are fun community events chaired and run by a large and energetic committee of parent volunteers.
$20,000 The Pine Foundation $10,000 Cynthia and David Petrick $5,000 Susan and Michael Dell $2,500 Paul Bury Kimberly White Erlinger and Tate Erlinger Mellie and Tom Hogan Monica and Steve Johnson Laura and Chris Rulon-Miller $1,000 Perri and Patrick Beathard Julie and Russell Briggs Loretta and Jeff Clarke Laura Corman Melissa and Silver Garza Margie and Paul Gaudin Kim and Greg Greskovich Elizabeth and Scott Hanna Raina and Walt Hornaday Lady and David Huffstutler Quality Seafood, Inc. Heather and Martin Kohout Beverly Penn and Marc McDaniel The Michaud Family Catherine and Bill Miller Bonnie K. Mills Marina and Andrea Natale Belda and Javier Otero Betty Stuart and Todd Scharnberg Lindsay and Ford Smith Missy and Todd Smith Louisa and David Stegmann Joyce Muller and Todd Stephenson Pam and Neel White
Annie and Jeff Bernard Mr. Joe W. Bratcher, Jr. Sheryl and Keith Brown Laura and Eric Buehler Heidi and Jim Cahill Ellen Smith and Alan Campion Kelley and Tom Daniel Amy and David Dunham Kate and Russell Dunnam Micaela Aleman and Kent Ellington Angela and Pierre Filardi Maria and Mike Fuhrman Annette and Douglas Gester Lisa and Robert Giberson The Goldman Family Dana and Robert Golemi Melissa and Scott Greenwell Beth and David Grimm Lauri and Kurt Hoff Julia and Randy Howry Shawn Jones Mari and Robert Josey Beth Myler and Eric Josowitz Andrea and Walter Kalmans Jackee and Tony Kayser Ann and Steve Laubach Suzanne and Jim Ledet Patty and Ike Loose Meredith and Alan Marks Pam and John Myers Lucy and Phil Nazro Gervaise and Todd Nix The Osborn Family Sandra and Wayne Packwood Diana Grigsby Patterson Ingrid and Gil Rankin Kimberly and Dan Renner Ashlen Cherry and Marcus Ruark
Kimberly and Randall Schultz Carole and Charles Sikes Anne and Rich Smalling Anna Sneed Anonymous Candy and Brad Sparks Peggy Stegmann Shari and Eric L. Stein KimMarie and Jay Suhr Margaret and Lawrence Temple Elissa and Jeff Thompson Michelle and Paul Tobias Chris and Scott Trull Kerry and Serge Ugarte Giselle and T.C. Waugh Elyse and Russell White Cory Wolf and Sam Wilson Steve Wilson Scott Young Lisa and Wes Youngblood Nancy and Bruce Zimmerman $250 Mike Adams Liz and Eduardo Alcocer Nancy Crichlow and Mark Ball Gillian and Michael Barron Natalie and Steve Brown Lorissa and John Burnside Edgar M. Buttner Mona and Marc Cannon Ruy Carrasco June and Mark Chandler Upma and Manish Chauhan Jacki and Joshua Claman Kate and Steve Clark M.E. and John Cook Lyda Creus Molanphy
one HuMP or Two? Future sas-ers daisy Botkin and Grace Tuhabonye ride one of two camels featured at Family Fair 2011.
$500 Palmer and Andy Quaroni Aileen and Mike Aviles Allyson and Dan Bartlett 18
2010 Family Fair and Spring Fest Brenda and Tom Dille Janet and Gary Eakman Cela and Wayne Edwards Kimberley and Mark Ezell Jennifer and Richard Fadal Brenda and Keith Feldman Sandy and Kenny Flores Diana Garcia Alejandra and Juan Carlos Gonzalez Wendy and Steve Griesson Julie and Garrett Hall Kristen and Ben Hanson Cathy and Jim Heck Erika and Bryan Herndon Catherine and Rob Herter Ann and Richard Hojel Jeri and Jim Houstoun Mary and Chico Korth Janie and Robert Long Bremond and Michael MacDougal Suzanne and Brent Martin Susan and Andy McBride Mary and Ed McCarthy Phoebe and David McMurrey Gloria and Rudolph Mungia Carol Corley Nelson Anne and Chris Newton The Nicklos Family Carol Church and Tim Ozor The Pacitti Family Lindsey and Rob Parham Carolyn Biebas and Donald Patrick Tami and Richard Scott Kristin and Matt Sjoberg Mimi and Allen Smith Ellen Dorsey and Jim Susman Judy and Eric Taube The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Terhune Frances and Robin Thompson Patricia and Kevin Thompson Wendy and David Todd Beth and Bo Townsend Dr. and Mrs. Courtney Townsend Gilbert and Triphine Tuhabonye Elizabeth and Philip Turner Susan Kidwell and Michael Tusa Shanel and Dean Vandergriff Jana and Jay Wallace Kim and Steve Wareing Lucy and Phil Weber Kim and Floyd Wilson Kimberly Horne and John Works Kate and Todd Wright FAMILY FAIR AND SPRING FEST COMMITTEES Family Fair Chairs Julie Briggs and Kim Greskovich Spring Fest Co-Chairs Melissa Greenwell and Monica Johnson
Combined Committees Kaysie Andrews Sheryl Anderson Yoli Arriaga Rachel Barcenas Shelley Barndollar Gillian Barron Allyson Bartlett Charlotte Brigham Natalie Brown Lorissa Burnside Andrea Burrell ML Calcote Mona Canon Karen Cary Jessica Chapin Amy Chibib Martha Clay Kim Coffin Laura Corman Karen Cowan Claudia Dollen Amy Dunham Michela Ellington Amy Erben Mary Esquivel Brenda Feldman Sylvia Franco Maria Fuhrman Becky Garcia Annette & Doug Gester JoAnn Getchell Jenny Gillott Dana Golemi Audrey Gonzalez Laura Grim Beth Grimm Julie Hall Kristen Hanson Erika Herndon Kathy Hornaday Raina Hornaday Carol Huntsberger Karen Ingram Molly Jensen Ann Jerome Andrea Kalmans Katie Kerr Stacey Leonard Colleen Lynch Gail Maldonado Patty Loose Jennifer Marsh Natacha Martin Mary Clare Matthews Jean Mattka Susan McBride Jill McClanahan Anne McKinnerney Maureen Moore Courtney Morehead Beth Myler Marina Natale 19
Anne Newton Deb Nguyen Gervaise Nix Donna Osborn Lindsey Parham Cynthia Petrick Susan Prickett Hong Quach Carol Reifsnyder Amy Rudy Sydney Searcy Pat Sinnot & Robert Salgo Eileen Saling Lydia Soldano Cyndy Smith Shari Stein Betty Stuart Frances Thompson Michelle Tobias Beth Townsend Jennifer Uremovich Shanel Vandergriff Kerry Van Dusen Ardina Washington Giselle Waugh Jeannette Williams Audrey Wilson Laura Wilson Kate Wright Cory Wolf Sylvia Ybarra Michelle Zimmerman
THe FinanCial aid ProGraM Currently our generous financial aid program supports approximately 17% of our student body—a financial commitment of more than 12% of the school’s annual budget. The school’s commitment to this program is demonstrated in the amount of money distributed each year to students, as well as the amount of funds raised for financial aid from the school family. in 2010-2011, $1.3 in financial aid was distributed to st. andrew’s families. The main vehicles for financial aid fundraising are the Family Fair and spring Fest, two fun community events held each spring, which traditionally net at least $300,000 for the financial aid program (less than 1/3 of the amount distributed). in addition, a portion of tuition proceeds is given annually in financial aid to encourage and support socioeconomic diversity.
2010-2011 Memorials & honoraria MEMORIALS “In Memory of Dan Anderegg” by Andrea and Walter Kalmans “In Memory of Charlotte Craig Avril” by Carolyn and Tom Curtis “In Memory of John Bass” by Mary and Ed McCarthy by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Molly Sherman by Beth and Bo Townsend “In Memory of Berta Benavides” by Laura Longoria by Kimberly Horne and John Works “In Memory of Gary Bernstrom” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Betty Joyce Kelly Berry” by Robert Parmley by Don and Jane Priour “In Memory of Jill Blewitt” by Patricia Morrison “In Memory of Debbie Brizendine” by Amanda Merritt Beck by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Bill Burrows” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Jessica Hobby Catto” by Molly and Jeff Ketner “In Memory of Dorothy Connor” by Louise and Peter Pincoffs “In Memory of Don Craig” by Molly Sherman “In Memory of Tracy Curtis” by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Louise and Peter Pincoffs “In Memory of Gertrude M. ‘Queenie’ Darnell” by Carol Corley Nelson “In Memory of Paul Deleery” by Elaine and Robert Deleery by Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Osborne “In Memory of Joan Dennis” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Bill Dickey” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Bebe Fitzsimons” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Frieda Goltra” by Friends of K Cantilo (The Bunko Ladies)
“In Memory of Joe Greenhill” by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Jan Hughes” by Wendy Albrecht by Alice Kleberg Reynolds Meyer Foundation by Peggy and Joe Annis by Amanda Beck by Sherry and Bill Buchanan by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Jo Anne Christian by Kate and Steve Clark by Nancy and Jack Collins by Jody Conradt by Lynne and Duke Covert by Margie and Tom Cowden by Diane Wommack Daniel by Rebecca Nelson Davis and Mark Davis by Christine and Philip Dial by Mary Ann and DeLoss Dodds by Jacy and John Donovan by Jennifer and Richard Fadal by Dr. and Mrs. Sam Fason by Julia and Laurens Fish by Winnie Gage by Dr. and Mrs. William Gamel by Ann and Lin Gardner, Emily and Ryan Lucas by Dr. and Mrs. Earl Grant by Charlotte and Sonny Haro by Nancy Nash Harper by Susan, Sarah and Graham Hasslocher by Daniel Herd by Dealey and David Herndon by Ann and David Honeycutt by Mr. and Mrs. James Houstoun by Lady and David Huffstutler by Cynthia Keever by Nancy Lenoir by Delores Massad by Chris and Kade Matthews by Jeannine and John Miller by Catherine and Bill Miller by Martha and Alan Moore by Mary Lou and Charles Morrison by Patricia Morrison by Carol C. Nelson and family by Lisa and Keith Norman by Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Deleery by Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Osborne by Catherine Oswalt and Leif Johnson by Amy McMichael Paddock ('85) and Richard Paddock by Louise and Peter Pincoffs by Linda and James Prentice by Allison and Donald Proctor by Rebekah and Tracy Robertson by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roche by John and Claudia Secrest by Molly Sherman by Louann and Larry Temple by Barbara and Jerry Tindel by Beth and Bo Townsend by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weynand by Pam and George Willeford by Sally and Greg Wilson by Carol and Christopher Wilson by Dorothy and Sam Winters by Nancy Woodman 20
by Kimberly Horne and John Works by Mary and Howard Yancy by The Susan Vaughan Foundation, Inc. by The Tecumseh Foundation “In Memory of Patricia Keeton” by Janet and Burnie Burner by Ellen Smith and Alan Campion by Charlotte and Sonny Haro by Jeri and Jim Houstoun by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Molly Sherman by Lauren and Sterling Wilson “In Memory of Kathy Lockart” by Barbara Anderson by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Belen G. Longoria” by Laura Longoria “In Memory of Celeste Longoria” by Hilary Carlson by Jeannette Freitag by Becky and Donald Garcia by Melissa and Silver Garza by Cindy and Bob Groves by Cathy and Jim Heck by Monica and Steve Johnson by Ryan Krebs by Mary and Ed McCarthy by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Catherine and Eric Newell by Palmer and Andy Quaroni by Claire and Derek Saunders by Molly Sherman by Louisa and David Stegmann by KimMarie and Jay Suhr by Kelli Todd by Beth and Bo Townsend by Tricia and Jim Travis by Vicki and Stan Tucker and family by Lauren and Sterling Wilson by Angela and Leo Woods by Mary and Howard Yancy “In Memory of Cathey Mallett” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Patricia Rose Carey White Martin” by Molly Sherman “In Memory of Thomas McCrummen” by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Carol C. Nelson and family by Julia and Laurens Fish “In Memory of Sidney McElhenney” by Kathryn Miller Anderson by Tara and Jim Crosby by Jayne Kidd by Hope Lochridge by Peggy Singleton by Molly Smith “In Memory of Polly Mercer” by Paula and David Milton
2010-2011 Memorials & honoraria “In Memory of Kerry Merritt” by Marcia and Bob Bailey by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Jo Anne Christian by Nancy and Jack Collins by Dr. and Mrs. Frank M. Covert, III by Lynne and Duke Covert by Becca and Mark Davis by Jo Ellen Larkin Finley by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Freund by Bonita and Jeffrey Garvey by Judge and Mrs. William L. Garwood by Jennifer and Brad Greenblum by Martha and Keith Griffith by Georgia Harrison by Edie and Jimmy Hawley and Marianna Brewster by Janice Hughes by Bob and Gail Hughes by Katherine and Thomas Johnson by Maund Automotive Group by Maline and Dudley McCalla by Eugenia Miller by Jeannine and John Miller by Marion and George More by Patricia Morrison by John H. Nash, III by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Carol Corley Nelson by Cathy and Chuck Oswalt and Leif Johnson by Gayle Glass Roche by Lisa and Robert Rodman by Wally and Marietta Scott by Molly Sherman by Sam and Sonia Wilson by Sally and Greg Wilson by Dorothy and Sam Winters “In Memory of Bob Miller” by Marcia and Bob Bailey by Amanda Merritt Beck by Linda and Stephen Blount by Nancy Bowman by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Mr. and Mrs. Steve Clark by Mary and Dick Clements by Valerie and Sam Dunham by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Freund by Judge and Mrs. William L. Garwood by Carol and Jonathan Gormin by Jane and Brian Greig by Edith Hawley by Nick and Lillie Hollis by Gail and Robert Hughes by Russell Korman Co., Inc. by Petie and Bryan Lewis by Lana and William Livingston by Ada McElhenney by Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Merritt by Jeannine and John Miller by Ann Moody by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Carol Corley Nelson by Lib Oviatt by Margaret Anne Parker by Mrs. Linda F. Rowland by Suzanne Scruggs by Molly Sherman by Mary and Will Wilson
by Sally and Ralph Wood by Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Young “In Memory of Gary Morrison” by Patricia Morrison “In Memory of Charles Nash” by Carol Corley Nelson “In Memory of Shirley Bird Perry” by Hillary Carlson by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison “In Memory of Mary Elizabeth Pincoffs” by Jeannine and John Miller “In Memory of Betty Ready” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Elizabeth Reifsnyder” by Molly Sherman “In Memory of Andrew Robertson” by Carol and Pat Robertson “In Memory of Todd Scharnberg” by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Lucette Sharp” by Barbara Anderson by Amanda Merritt Beck by Lucy and Phil Nazro “In Memory of Kristin Shelton” by Colleen and Thomas Terkel “In Memory of Sally Thorne Shields” by Amanda Merritt Beck “In Memory of Walter Sjoberg, Jr.” by Amanda Merritt Beck by Kate and Stephen Clark by Jeannine and John Miller by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Molly Sherman by Beth and Bo Townsend by Lauren and Sterling Wilson “In Memory of David Stegmann” by Pat Wills “In Memory of G. Felder Thornhill” by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Carolyn and Tom Curtis by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Molly Sherman “In Memory of Barbara Wilson” by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Sally and Greg Wilson “In Memory of Sterling Wilson” by Jane Adams by Barbara Anderson by Marcia and Bob Bailey by Ann Bauer by Amanda Beck by James Bolin 21
by The Bostick Family by Mary Ann Bradfield by Ann and Truman Breed by Louis Brill by Pat Bryant by Amelia Bullock by Janet and Burnie Burner by Rick, Andrea, Sydney and Mac Burrell by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cahoon by Lajuana and Bob Carabasi by Hallie and David Cardwell by Elaine and Donald Carlton by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Christensen by Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cloud by Margaret and Mike Collins by Martha and Richard Coons by Meredith and Duane Cooper by Dr. and Mrs. Frank M. Covert, III by Lynne and Duke Covert by Margie and Tom Cowden by Carol and Weymon Crawford by Carol and Tim Crowley by Millie and Paul Crunkleton by Florine Peters Curry by Margaret and Doug Danforth by Jenefred and Roland Davies by A. Dean Davis by Becca and Mark Davis by Marion DeFord by Jacklyne and James Deters by Eleanor Drake by Jean and Bob Durkee by Vicki and Mark Eidman by Sharon and Jack Eisenberg by Abby Elliott by Mr. and Mrs. Howell Finch, Jr. by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Finch by Dr. and Mrs. William Gamel by Jill Gardner by Judge and Mrs. William L. Garwood by Melissa and Silver Garza by Jo and Charles Gautschy by Dr. and Mrs. Earl Grant by Anne and Don Greenway by Jean and Michael Haggerty by Charlotte and Sonny Haro by Nadyne and Ray Hefner by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Henry by Kimberly Hill by Betty Taylor Cox by Ann Ferguson Williams by Lanette Sherman Sullivan by Peggy Davis Greenstreet by Lila Luckie McCall by Martha Ann Knapp Linden by Carol Holcombe by Jeri and Jim Houstoun by Gail and Robert Hughes by Hayley and Lance Hughes by Randy Hutson and Staff at Hutson Clothing Co by Kathy and Tom Johnson by Betty King by Nanette and Alfred Knight by Ruth and Philip Kohlhaas by Barbara Koons by Wendi and Brian Kushner by Carolyn and Ed Hance by Clyde Littlefield
2010-2011 Memorials & honoraria by Laura Longoria by Bill Mackenzie by Coastal Welding Supply and the Mazock Family by Beverly McCall by Betty and June Melton by Mrs. Nancy Merritt by Sandy and Richard Mewhinney by Catherine and Bill Miller by Jeannine and John Miller by Ann Moody by Marion More by Dorothy Nash and Nancy Nash Haper by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Carol Corley Nelson by Jane and Bill Newberry by Barbara and Bob Norwood by Carolyn and Wayland Oatman by Phyllis and Bill Odell by Elizabeth and Duncan Osborne by Jane and Howard Parker by Nancy Payne by Jill and Danny Powell by Linda and James Prentice by Phyllis Richards by Gayle Glass Roche by Kathy Rogers by Edward Safady by Scott & White Healthcare Board of Trustees by Molly Sherman by Kristin and Matt Sjoberg by Susan Skinner by Randy Squibb by George Strandtmann by Katherine and Boyd Taylor by Joan and Glenn Taylor by Kathy and Tim Taylor by Diane and Dan Terwelp by Kate Thompson by Mary Lib Thornhill by Beth and Bo Townsend by Tricia and Jim Travis by Martha and Ralph Vertrees by Elizabeth and Richard Walden by Patriot Erectors, Inc. - Rex Webb by Francine and John Webb by Fred Werkenthin by Mary and Larry Whitaker by Pam and Neel White by Debbie and Fred Wilder by Cammy Wynne and Del Williams by Sally and Greg Wilson by Lora Lynn and Bill Wilson by Anne and Jerry Winn by Dorothy and Sam Winters by Eva and Marvin Womack by Gay and John Youngblood
HONORARIA “In Honor of Barbara Anderson” by Cynthia and Bob Anderson “In Honor of Clint Hagen” by Martin and Heather Kohout “In Honor of Anna Mae Morrison” by Anne Wait Ferrer by Anna and Matthew Lee by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison by Patricia Morrison by Sandra Sweeney Wilson “In Honor of Rebecca Nelson Davis and Carol C Nelson” by Kristen and John Nelson “In Honor of The Nelson Family” by Theresa Keane
2010-2011 Other Important Gifts CHAPEL CHAIRS “In Thanksgiving for Megan Veronica Bentzin Class of 2011” by Ben Bentzin
“In Thanksgiving for John Michael Scharnberg Class of 2011” Todd Scharnberg and Betty Stuart
“Colin Ronald Feo Class of 2011” by Deb and Tom Feo
“In Thanksgiving for Reid Elliott Swanger Class of 2011” by Marty and Derry Swanger
“In Thanksgiving for Samantha Carpenter Gilster Class of 2011” by Carina Gilster
OTHER GIFTS TO ST. ANDREW’S Anonymous Helmets for the Upper School Football Program
“Charles William Hoff Class of 2011” by Laurie and Kurt Hoff
Anonymous Misting Fan for the Upper School Football Program
“In Thanksgiving for Gillean Aubrey Kelly Class of 2014” by Susan and Randon Kelly “In Memory of Celeste Longoria” by Hilary Carlson by Jeannette Freitag by Becky and Donald Garcia by Melissa and Silver Garza by Cindy and Bob Groves by Cathy and Jim Heck by Monica and Steve Johnson by Ryan Krebs by Mary and Ed McCarthy by Lucy and Phil Nazro by Catherine and Eric Newell by Palmer and Andy Quaroni by Claire and Derek Saunders by Molly Sherman by Louisa and David Stegmann by KimMarie and Jay Suhr by Kelli Todd by Beth and Bo Townsend by Tricia and Jim Travis by Vicki and Stan Tucker and family by Lauren and Sterling Wilson by Angela and Leo Woods by Mary and Howard Yancy “In Loving Honor of Nicholas Stephen Siegele Class of 2011” by Julie and Stephen Siegele “‘And now, Harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.’ Albus Dumbledore, Meredith Stark Class of 2011” by Jan and Bubba Stark “In Grateful Thanksgiving for Katherine Adelle Stegmann Class of 2011” by Louisa and David Stegmann “In Thanksgiving for Samuel James Mullen Stephenson Class of 2011” by Todd Stephenson and Joyce Mullen
Chris Eve and Forrest Dunlap Gift to Upper School Musical Melissa and Silver Garza Gift to Upper School Select Choir Rhonda and Michael Hall Car for the 2011 Art Car Parade Scott Hanna United States Military Flags for the Lower School’s Boy Scout Program Joyce Hersom Gift to the Upper School Golf Program Philippa J. Strelitz Gift of time to our St. Andrew’s Faculty and Staff In-Service Sue and Vince Totero Gift to the Yearbook Fund GIFTS TO ST. ANDREW’S RESERVED OPERATING FUNDS The James Abell ’91 Fund for Faculty Enrichment Established in 1991 by his grandparents, Mary G. and Ben M. Anderson. Bill Costas Endowed Fund for Faculty Enrichment in Math This fund was established in 2001 following the death of Bill Costas, Middle School math teacher. The fund’s proceeds provide faculty enrichment grants for math education. The Lower and Middle School Endowed Science Fund Established in December 2002 by the Yurco Family for the purchase of supplemental educational needs of the Lower and Middle School Science programs.
The Endowed Poetry Award This award was created in 2003 by the Kohout family in honor of Kimberly Horne, Upper School Humanities teacher, for her love of poetry and devotion to St. Andrew’s, and to promote excellence in poetry by Upper School students.
2010-2011 Board of trustees our Board of Trustees is entrusted with the important task of managing the school’s assets and finances. we are blessed to have such loyal members overseeing the future of st. andrew’s. CHAIRMAN Catherine Miller VICE-CHAIR Paul Bury TREASURER Anne Smalling SECRETARY Sarah Hughes Queen ’88 EX-OFFICIO Lucy Nazro - Head of School The Rt. Rev. Dena Harrison - Bishop Suffragen of Texas Silver Garza Amy Dunham Kimberley Ezell TRUSTEES Joe Beaman Heidi Cahill Kate Clark Denise Davis Rebecca Nelson Davis ’75 Meme Drumwright Drake Fason’ Margie Gaudin David Jackson Martin Kohout Bonnie Mills William Osborn Kristin Sjoberg Betty Stuart Jim Susman Lawrence Temple Philip Turner Isabell Welland Steve Wilson
2010-2011 Faculty and Staff A special thank you to our faculty and staff members whose commitment and dedication to St. Andrewâ€™s help make this school such a special place. HEAD OF SCHOOL Lucy Nazro UPPER SCHOOL HEAD Rich Mischinski MIDDLE SCHOOL HEAD Alice Nezzer LOWER SCHOOL HEAD Sharon Wilson FACULTY AND STAFF Nichole Adams Jimmy Agnew Cindy Albach Lisa Allen Iris Atmani Malia Aycock Sarah Baetz Barton Ballard Doug Booth Darryl Borges Penny Borges Alfred Bradford Ashley Brandon Cap Brooks Kama Bruce Maria Brummer Sandra Burnside Tom Campbell Kathy Cantilo Joan Church Linnea Costas Tom Costas Linnea Costas Karen Cowan Pam Craig Lisa Culbertson Jim Currin Dorothy De La Garza Ty Detmer Dan Dickey Josie Dickson Warren Dickson Lauren Dill Jamie Ebersole Cathleen Eclarinal Rommel Eclarinal Abby Elliott Jeffrey Feigenson John Fitzsimons Sandy Flores Dorothy Foster Gil Garcia Steven Garcia Rick Garcia Jill Gardner Pearl Garza John Gordon Susan Gordon Iris Guerrero Elizabeth Guice David Guidi Clint Hagen
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2012 CONCERT FOR
FINANCIAL AID Come to Austin’s coolest new venue for a night of Fun, Bidding, & Music in support of St. Andrew’s Financial Aid Program.
FEBRUARY 26, 2012 • THE MOODY THEATER @ THE W HOTEL
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