THE MAGAZINE OF THE O’NEAL SCHOOL Fall 2010 Issue & 2009-2010 Annual Report
Mission Statement O’Neal is a college preparatory school dedicated to the development of academic excellence, strength of character, and physical well-being of its students in an environment where integrity, self-discipline, and consideration for others are fundamental.
The O’Neal Administrative Team Headmaster Alan Barr
Assistant Headmaster & Director of Institutional Advancement Brenda Jackson
Lower School Director Linda Roberts
Chief Financial Officer Eddie Phillips
Middle School Director Rich Tompkins
Director of Admissions & Financial Aid Alice Droppers
Upper School Director Richard Catania
Director of Communications Kathy Taylor
Director of Athletics Steve Dahl Director of Technology Wes Underwood
Dean of Faculty / Director of Studies Jim Miles On the Cover: Sophomore student, Jeni Bell Rattz takes a photo of her freinds at sunset on their class trip to North Carolina’s Outerbanks.
Dear Members of the O’Neal Community, The first trimester of our school year is coming to an end and much is happening on our campus. Our students are enjoying our new drama and music programs and we look forward to Middle and Upper School productions in the theater this year. Lower School students are taking turns on stage and are performing for their fellow classmates. They are truly uninhibited! I hope you had an opportunity to attend our annual neighborhood chats where O’Neal parents and I had healthy, positive discussions about the direction of O’Neal. I hope that all of you have had the opportunity to visit our new website. All parents have a login to view important news, announcements, calendars and student academic information. I trust that parents have taken the opportunity to explore all that our website has to offer and they have used it to retrieve school information as needed. Also provided via the website is our ability to facilitate online giving. If you have not made your O’Neal Fund contribution this year, I encourage you to give it a try. In this edition of The O’Neal Magazine, you will read about our expansion of programming in the foreign language department involving student foreign exchange and study abroad. A detailed look at the new Pre-K3 program as well as a portfolio of the recent class trips are also featured. We are very thankful to all who contributed to O’Neal. Our annual report grows each year as we honor those who make a difference in the lives of our students. Congratulations to our middle school girls’ volleyball and boys’ soccer teams for their hard-earned conference wins. As we embark on this holiday season, take in all of the spirit and energy it provides and be safe in your travels. Cheers,
Alan K. Barr
3300 Airport Road / P.O. Box 290, Southern Pines, NC 28388-0290 / Telephone: 910.692.6920 / Fax: 910.692.6930 / www.onealschool.org
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Dear O’Neal Community: It’s been a great start to the new school year and your Board of Trustees and I are working hard to continue the exceptional O’Neal educational experience. The Board operates through its various committees and encourages parental input. Our committees this year are Strategic Planning, Finance, Development and the Committee on Trustees. Each committee is diligently at work in their respective areas and you will hear from them in regard to strategic planning, solicitation of donations to sustain our curriculum and programs as well as in the search for new committee and Board members. If you have a particular interest in any of these areas, please do not hesitate to contact me. As you review the 2009-2010 Annual Report, included herein, take notice of the many members of our constituency who have contributed to our school. Our Board is eager to invite more of you who have found a place in your heart for O’Neal to participate in giving. We hope that you have seen the difference O’Neal has made in the lives of its past and present students. An O’Neal education makes an everlasting mark on those who receive it as O’Neal produces achievers and leaders who will and DO make a positive difference in the world in which we live. Enjoy reading about these individuals in our alumni section. Thank you for all that you do to support our students, faculty and staff.
F. Huling Poston, III
3300 Airport Road / P.O. Box 290, Southern Pines, NC 28388-0290 / Telephone: 910.692.6920 / Fax: 910.692.6930 / www.onealschool.org
What started out as a Monte Carlo night, O’Neal’s 40th Annual Auction, Forty and Fabulous, will be held on Saturday, February 5, 2011 at 6pm at the Fair Barn in Pinehurst. Please mark your calendar and plan on attending our annual signature event that supports the operating budget of The O’Neal School. Your support is needed at many levels – as donors, attendees and volunteers. O’Neal’s history and past successes will be celebrated. The financial sponsors for the Auction are part of the Business Alliance program. Students in all divisions will get involved with the Auction this year as entertainers, invitation helpers and thank you note writers to O’Neal’s many donors. The Annual Auction could not happen without the support of the local business community as they support O’Neal with item donations solicited by Auction committee volunteers. There will be a Preview on Friday, February 4th from 9am12pm. Sweet Feed will cater breakfast and JT Davenport of Sanford will underwrite the event. Guests will get to bid on all the auction items before the big event and Lower School students will perform!! Jewelry raffle and $10,000 Cash Raffle tickets will be sold. On Saturday evening the festivities kick into high gear. Over 300 silent auction items will be up for bid ranging from rugs to jewelry to golf and student-created art. There is a live auction with items such as trips, beach houses and one-of-a-kind experiences. This is an elegant evening with a full host bar and a tapas dinner catered by Elliotts on Linden.
If you are interested in joining a dedicated group of individuals who orchestrate the Annual Auction, please contact Lynn Melton at email@example.com or at (910) 6926920 ext. 104. Celebrate Forty and Fabulous and join in the fun on Saturday, February 5th!
Alumni Notes 1980 Benjamin LeFever graduated from The Citadel in 1985 with a BA in history and Campbell University in 1988 with a law degree. He is a self-employed attorney in Fayetteville and has an 18 year old daughter, Lisa, who is a freshman at UNC majoring in journalism and an 11 year old daughter, Eva.
1995 Elaine Bradbury Passman and her husband, Corey, have a two year old daughter, Katie. Elaine was accepted to Sewanee (The University of the South) during her junior year at O’Neal and spent her senior year in France. She received a degree in economics. She was in corporate banking and finance for ten years and now stays home with Katie. Elaine met Corey at Sewanee and they moved to Lynchburg, VA two years ago when Corey joined a urology practice after being at the University of Alabama Birmingham for medical school and his residency and at Wake Forest for his fellowship.
1983 Elizabeth Granger Tait lives in Wilmington with her husband, Burt, and their six year old daughter, Cameron, who is a first grader at Cape Fear Academy. Elizabeth graduated from NCSU with a BS in business management and Burt graduated from Hampden Sydney College with a BA in economics. Burt is a general contractor and Elizabeth is a stay at home mom for Cameron. They met while working for a commercial real estate firm in Raleigh. 1985 Quinten Van Camp lives in Tasmania, Australia with her husband Willem Van Den Broek and their two and an half year old daughter, Bailey. She and her husband own a restaurant/bar. Quinten attended UNCW after O’Neal and transferred to Springfield College in Massachusetts where she earned a degree in psychology. She worked in mental health until she and her sister, Ashley, opened Ashten’s Restaurant in Southern Pines in 1997. Quinten and Willem met in Aspen, Colorado where he was visiting his sister and she was managing a restaurant at The St. Regis. Quinten is now a dual citizen of Australia and the United States. She and Willem hope to move back to the US in the future.
1999 Connie Fleming Wright and her husband, Andrew, had a baby girl on September 30th. They named her Sidney Fleming Wright. She weighed in at 7lbs. 15oz. and was 20 inches long. Mom, dad and baby are getting to know each other and O’Neal wishes them well!
2000 Shelley Rainey Keith lives in Winterville with her husband Taylor and Taylor’s son Terry (4) and their daughter, Rainey Grace (2). She was a Kindergarten teacher but now is a stay-athome mom. Taylor works for the NCDOT and owns a small real estate company.
1990 Chris Kruse is married to Ashley and they live in Rye, NH. He is the northeast territory sales manager for NCR Corporation. He graduated from Elon University in 1995 with a bachelor of arts degree. Chris’ wife, Ashley, graduated from Kent Denver School in 1999 and Vanderbilt University in 1999. They had a baby girl, Campbell Elizabeth, on July 30th. We wish the new family well!!
Alumni Notes 2001 Justin Carr married Stephanie Van Eron on May 1st at St. Mark Catholic Church in Wilmington with a reception at the City Club. Stephanie is a bank teller at SunTrust Bank in Fuquay-Varina and has a degree from Cape Fear Community College. Justin and Stephanie met at Dockside, a restaurant on the Intercoastal Waterway where Justin worked as a cook. He graduated from UNCW in December 2005 with a BA in criminal justice and a minor in sociology, but found his calling cooking so he worked several years as a chef at Dockside and Rafaella’s before returning to school for post-graduate studies at Johnson & Wales Culinary Institute in Charlotte. He now works as a chef at Fearrington House Restaurant in Pittsboro. Justin and Stephanie live in Cary.
Assisted Living called “Mentally Sharp at Any Age” which consisted of mental and physical exercises to delay the onset and/or progression of Alzheimer’s. Brandon plans on attending medical school in the fall of 2012 but has not decided on a particular school yet. Kelsey Bartiss attended The College of William and Mary and earned a BA in anthropology and a minor in art and art history in May. At W&M she was involved with Circle K International, the equestrian club, W&M heritage dancers and worked in the main campus library. Presently, she is an ophthalmic assistant with Family Eye Care of the Carolinas and plans to apply for graduate school, studying library and information science, to begin in the fall of 2011. Kelsey is the School’s O’Neal Fund Alumni Co-Chair for 2010-2011. Seana Catherman graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in May with a BS in biotechnology and she’s now a laboratory technician in the Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology department at the University of Rochester. In the lab they are trying to set up an antibody cloning library for different diseases (mostly Lupus and HIV) with the goal being to have the antibodies stored for use in later projects and possibly commercializing the process to allow for the sale of the antibodies to other labs. She plans to take graduate classes next fall, working towards her PhD in genetics or cancer biology. Seana lives in Rush, NY.
Jennifer Ferrell lives in Raleigh and works at the Durham Performing Arts Center as the ticket supervisor. She graduated from Clemson University in 2005 with a degree in communications and sports management and was a photographer at Disney World before returning to Raleigh. 2004 Brandon Thompson has recently taken the position of JV boy’s basketball head coach and varsity boy’s basketball assistant head coach. Welcome back, Brandon!!
Kat Davis is now a first grade teacher at Thales Academy in Apex after receiving a BS in elementary education from North Carolina State University in May. She is engaged to Chris Hooks and a June 2011 wedding is planned. Kat met Chris while working with the Carolina Hurricanes. Chris is from Mebane and graduated from Appalachian State University with a degree in Communications, Electronic Media and Broadcasting. He is the “Voice of the Eagles” for North Carolina Central University. He broadcasts all of the sports games and travels the country. Kat lives in Raleigh.
Emily Troutman is living in Paris and attending the Sorbonne. She is taking eight classes this semester in French literature in pursuit of her master’s degree after majoring in French at the College of Charleston. For the past two years she was in northern France teaching English (one year in an elementary school and one in a high school) and has moved to Paris to study and be an au pair for a family with three young children. 2006 Brandon Allen is currently pursuing his doctorate in pharmacy at the South Carolina College of Pharmacy - USC. He will graduate with a PharmD in May 2012. He is the president of the National Community Pharmacists Association and works for Hawthorne Laurel Pharmacy, an independent drug store in Columbia, SC as an intern. In the summer of 2010 he was involved with the South Carolina Rural Interprofessional Training (SCRIPT) program in Oconee County and implemented a program at Lakeview
John Harrison graduated from Wake Forest University in May with a BA in both history and political science. He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, an American honor society for undergraduate and graduate students and professors of history. He is currently a law student at Elon University’s School of Law in Greensboro. 9
Alumni Notes Kate King graduated in May from UNC with a BS in business administration and a minor in Spanish. She is currently at Campbell University School of Law and lives in Raleigh. Preston Puleo was on the dean’s list and participated in varsity crew at Cornell University. He graduated in May 2010 with a bachelor of science degree from Cornell. Danielle Turk graduated from Penn State University with a BS in neuroscience and a minor in kinesiology. She is taking graduate classes at Villanova University and works in a clinical research lab at the University of Pennsylvania analyzing MRI imaging and lumbar spine abnormalities. She plans to apply to medical school or physician’s assistant school in the near future. She lives outside of Philadelphia, PA. Jack Ulrich graduated from Furman University in May with a BA in history. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and the Furman golf team which won the 2010 Southern Conference championship. After playing golf at Furman, he is pursuing his love for the game as a product specialist with PING. He lives in Peoria, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. Stephanie White will graduate from North Carolina State University in May with a BA in communication with a concentration in media and a double minor in journalism and biology. While going to State, she has been a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. She is currently a marketing assistant with Thompson Financial Group where she has been able to organize and plan events for people in the Triangle area to enjoy. Once she graduates, she will pursue a career as a physician’s assistant. 2009 Katie Maness is a sophomore at NCSU majoring in communication with a concentration in public relations and plans to double major with English or psychology with a minor in Spanish. She was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester. Katie is a member of Delta Gamma and volunteers for the NC Library for the Blind, American Diabetes Association, and Brighton Gardens. As a First Year College Student Ambassador, Katie leads tours to newly admitted or potential students to educate them about NCSU. She writes for the school newspaper, The Technician, and is a member of the English Club.
two honors classes each semester and access to new opportunities, advisors and scheduling options while maintaining a 3.0 GPA. Amanda Rubenstein works for Tarheel Canine Training, Inc. in Sanford as a full-time police canine trainer and instructor. She began working in the kennels taking care of the animals as a way to make money before starting at NC State. She fell in love with the training aspect and began as an intern. They train police dogs for narcotics and explosives detection, cadaver recovery, search and rescue as well as patrol and personal protection. Besides training the dogs, Amanda also trains police officers on how to properly handle and work with their dogs on the street and she trains civilian dog trainers as well. Her specialty is “bomb dogs” and her personal dog is certified in explosives detection. When the car bomb went off in Times Square in May, she was hired by a private company to search the Marriott Marquis and part of Times Square with her bomb sniffing dog. Amanda took an opportunity this summer to conduct some training at O’Neal’s Upper School. 2010 Blair Puleo is a freshman at UNC – Chapel Hill. In early October she won the Miss Moore County 2011 competition held at Sandhills Community College. In addition to the Miss Moore County title, Blair received the community service award for her work with “Helping Hands” as well as the scholar and talent awards. She will represent Moore County in the Miss North Carolina pageant next June. Congratulations to Blair!!
Douglass Johnson was recently accepted into the Honors College at UNC-Chapel Hill. This will allow him to take
Class of 2000 Reunion
O’Neal Homecoming and Alumni Social
Enjoy The O’Neal School’s Homecoming basketball games on Friday, January 7th against Fayetteville Academy in the gymnasium of the Activities Center. Everyone will get a seat in the new gym!! Homecoming will be the culminating event for Spirit Week, a week of funny clothes and pep rallies. The Booster Club will host a pre-game dinner in the dining commons from 4:00-6:00pm with the boys’ JV basketball game beginning at 4:00pm, the girls’ varsity game at 5:30pm and the boys’ varsity game at 7:00pm. The crowning of the Homecoming Queen will follow the basketball game. Please come out and support the Falcons as they play Fayetteville Academy. After the game, the Alumni Office will host our 2nd Annual Alumni Social at Pine Needles – details will be mailed and emailed to you. Join us for an evening with other alumni, O’Neal faculty and administration.
The Class of 2000 is having a reunion on Saturday, November 27th. The Alumni Office is hosting a Family Breakfast and Campus Tour on Sunday, November 28th from 9:3011am for all Class of 2000 alumni, their spouses, children and parents. Invitations have been mailed to all alumni and parents. O’Neal would love to have you back on campus to see how far the School has come in almost forty years. To RSVP for the class reunion contact Farra Martin Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org. To RSVP for the Family Breakfast and Campus Tour, please contact Lynn Melton at email@example.com or at 910-692-6920 ext. 104.
4th Annual Alumni Day
Visit O’Neal on Wednesday, January 5th for the 4th Annual Alumni Day. Post graduates are invited to have lunch and a round-table discussion with the O’Neal seniors and alumni will share their college experiences. The lunch will occur in the atrium of the Activities Center and the discussion will take place in theater. After lunch, the alumni can tour the newly expanded campus and visit with faculty and friends. At 5pm alumni will play O’Neal’s varsity basketball team in the new gymnasium. Come to play or cheer on the alumni.
O’Neal Alumni: Please update us with your correct mailing address and email address so that the alumni office can be in contact with you regarding alumni events on and off campus as well as class reunions. Email is the best way for O’Neal to contact and update you on what’s happening with the Alumni office. Go to the alumni section of our website: www.ONealSchool.org
Please contact Lynn Melton, assistant director of Volunteer Management and Alumni Relations for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-692-6920 ext. 104. 11
Did you know…? + O’Neal’s 45 graduating seniors were accepted to 52 different schools across the country – and across the world when including the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Total scholarships earned by this class were $1.2 million. + Two of O’Neal’s juniors kicked off the School’s foreign exchange program this summer with an intense study of the Spanish language in Vigo, Spain where they were also able to experience the country’s celebration of winning the World Cup in soccer. + Leadership opportunities have expanded as five of O’Neal’s rising seniors were selected to launch a new prefect program, climbed 1200 feet up to Trail Rider Pass, and began planning activities to involve the entire student body in service projects, student life, academic tutoring, admissions and communications. + Michael Norman and the Upper School students will perform “The Murder Room”, a murder mystery farce, this spring. + 48 7th and 8th grade students are taking the new drama class taught by Alison Chernin and O’Neal senior, Seth Edmonds, as the teacher’s assistant. + Mr. Norman and Mrs. Chernin are exploring a dinner theater event this fall combining Middle and Upper School performers. + 65 5th and 6th grade students participated in a new intramural program including soccer, volleyball, and basketball allowing for social interaction as well as the experience of playing as part of a team. + 18 Middle School students have joined the new Science Olympiad team which is an Olympics style education contest meeting weekly after school and then participating in a regional competition in the spring. + 75 Lower School students happily participated in after-school clubs ranging from yoga to the science club, Above: Attendees enjoyed the O’Neal Fund Donor Let’s Get Messy. + Two teams of 4th graders will participate in the international educational program, Odyssey of the Mind, this year which provides creative problem solving opportunities for team members. These learning experiences are possible through donations made to The O’Neal Fund. Thank you for supporting this fund each year! 12
Party held in September. Below: Freshman Kathleen Mills entertains.
Enrollment Referral Program for Parents
As a small way of saying “thank you” for the effort that parents make to bring new students to O’Neal, the Admissions Office gave an O’Neal Tervis Tumbler to those families that made a referral of a prospective family, which resulted in an enrollment for the 2010-11 academic year. The Winter’s won the enrollment referral program drawing for a $500 tuition credit. They referred the Woolley family. Pictured: Doug Woolley, 6th grade student, Simone Woolley, Francine Winter and 6th grade student, Margo Winter.
Above: Pre-K and kindergarten students try out the computer center at the ice cream social held just before the first day of school.
Each family who made a referral of a student that enrolled was also entered into a $500 tuition credit drawing which was be given out at the school picnic in September. The Winter family was the winner of the drawing. The enrollment refferal program will continue for this year with the same time frame and offerings. So, O’Neal parents - be on the look out for new families to refer!
Above: Director of Admissions, Alice Droppers talks with new parents at the New Parent Breakfast held in September
Students New to O’Neal 2010-2011
Pre-K3 Judy Goetzl, Southen Pines Henry Hodges, Raeford Elise Milligan, Pinehurst Max Pashley, Pinehurst Mari Rea, Pinehurst Aaron Scodius, Aberdeen Jake Shepherd, Pinehurst Louise Wells, Pinehurst Meredith Whaley, Pinehurst David White, Pinehurst Rory Wilson, Pinehurst Ronan Wilson, Pinehurst MadilynWilson, Pinebluff
Brooke Nowakowski, Seven Lakes Jayden Randall, Raeford Hannah Saye, Pinehurst John Shepherd, Pinehurst Avery Sundborg, Carthage Carleigh Wehrum, Aberdeen John Yonkovich, Pinehurst
Pre-K4 Caroline Acker, Southern Pines Andy Ambriz-Cortes, Pinehurst Alyssa Blondin, Seven Lakes Alexis Coates, Vass Mary Katherine Earhart, Pinehurst Liam Hodges, Raeford Alexzander Hussein, Maxton Audrey Kim, Pinehurst Christian Maloney,Vass Max Martin, Pinehurst Avery Nelson,Pinehurst
First Grade Eli Hodges, Raeford Siva Ramgoolam, Southern Pines Dulcinea Thompson-Parker, Pinehurst
Kindergarten Caroline Berryman, Aberdeen Wyatt Crissman, Sanford Marshall Landry, Pinehurst Caroline Wehrum, Aberdeen Faith Ziglar, Pinehurst
Fourth Grade Charles Bell, Southern Pines Walker Bell, Southern Pines Zach Furie, Southern Pines
Eighth Grade Jonathan Bowling, Laurinburg Rick Catania, Pinehurst Sarah D’Annunzio, Raeford
Fifth Grade Jack Davenport, Sanford Will Keller, Sanford Drex Lindsey, Whispering Pines Cody Stokes, Pinehurst Joseph Tozzi, Sanford
Ninth Grade Danielle Cormier, Pinehurst Josh D’Annunzio, Raeford Mary Dixon, Carthage Kyle Flechsig, Whispering Pines Allison Johnson, Pinehurst Jack Johnston, Southern Pines Billy McDougald, Pinehurst Ethan Morris, Aberdeen
Sixth Grade Gracie Bell, Southern Pines Christopher Dymond, Sanford Taylor Ellis, Southern Pines Tucker Fessenden, West End Jessica Lange, Whispering Pines Haley McGuirt, Pinehurst Alyssa Pearson, Laurel Hill Josh Pleasant, Raeford Simone Woolley, Southern Pines
Second Grade Zoey Furie, Southern Pines Ben Martin,Vass
Seventh Grade Hunter Atkinson, Pinehurst Madison Greer, Mt. Gilead Jake Stokes, Pinehurst
Third Grade Madeline Johnson, Pinehurst
Tenth Grade Logan Butler, Sanford David McLaurin, Laurinburg Eleventh Grade Theresa Berg, Germany Pedro Gonzalez-Puelles Gil, Spain Caleb Wood, Laurinburg Twefth Grade Quinn Griffin, Sanford Garrick McAlhany, West End Sam Parsons, West End Ginny Woollens, Sanford
O’Neal Expands Opportunities with
ule: noon was breakfast, 3:30pm was lunch and 10:30pm was supper. “The people have an easy going nature,” says Summer. “They loved life. I was a lot more relaxed in Vigo. In coming back home, the stringent schedule and ‘have to’s’ were waiting for me.”
Alex is thinking of pursuing teaching at the high school or college level. Summer is considering International Business. They both felt this program to be an unforgettable experience and an opportunity to make life long friends. “I got SKYPE on my computer so that I can continue to talk with my host family,” exclaims Summer. “It was a great experience,” says Alex. “It has changed me.”
When Richard Catania began working as assistant Up-
per School director on July 1st, the wheels were in motion for foreign exchange to take shape at O’Neal. Already on the burner were two rising O’Neal seniors on their way to Vigo, Spain for a one-month stay. With 27 years of experience in student foreign exchange, Mr. Catania has set specific objectives for O’Neal. “O’Neal students are serious about learning the languages,” says Catania. “There is a huge demand for this at O’Neal –parents, students and faculty members are very excited about students being fluent in other languages.”
This type of program is a way to promote a new way of traveling as an explorer and not as a tourist,” says Catania. “ When you immerse yourself in another way of life, you learn a new way of thinking – as Mark Twain expressed -… ‘a charitable view of man and things’.” New to O’Neal are junior students: Pedro Puelles Gil from Vigo, Spain and Theresa Berg from Niederkrüchten, Germany. Here for the school year, Pedro is living with Holly and Carty Davis, parents of Brandt (12th grade), Madelyn (10th grade) and Piper (8th grade). Theresa is living with Marina and Randy Craven. Randy is a past parent of 2010 graduate Emma Craven.
To start the ball rolling, the foreign exchange program that Mr. Catania has been associated with for many years, awarded two $5,000 scholarships for one month’s study abroad. Summer Barmore and Alex Averbook were the recipients. Immersed in everyday living, Summer and Alex each lived with a Vigo family and underwent intensive study of the Spanish language. “Everyone spoke a lot faster and it was very intimidating,” remarks Summer. “ I grew unafraid of making mistakes. Being corrected when I said something the wrong way was how I learned.”
Pedro has traveled to the US many times, but just for pleasure. “All I had to know how to say was ‘I want food’ and nothing more,” says Pedro. This is Theresa’s first time in the US and both students have the ultimate Alex and Summer had Spangoal of mastering the English ish class every morning with language. “ I also wanted the an instructor and the rest of opportunity to experience the day was left to explore and being independent and living be with their host families. A away from my family,” says memorable event for their stay Alex and Summer in Castro Park, a large natural park set in the Theresa. When asked how abroad, Spain won the World center of Vigo. she imagined the US before Cup. “There were fireworks she got here, Theresa remarks, “You hear a lot about the going off after every goal,” says Alex. “Horns were honkstates—big cars, fast food.” “ We have fast food, but your ing and everyone was cheering.” fast food is better,” interjects Pedro. Summer and Alex had to acclimate to Spain’s eating sched14
Continuing her running experience, Theresa is proven to be a pace setter for O’Neal’s cross country team. In Germany, Theresa runs track and plays soccer. She also plays the cello. Pedro was a member of O’Neal’s Varsity Soccer team. Pedro will be one of the managers for O’Neal’s Varsity Basketball team this winter and he plans to play tennis this spring.
fact that foreign language is not just a requirement to be learned in the classroom and checked off. It opens a new world of exploration and relationships with those from other countries and will help define the quality and richness of their future experiences in life.” Regarding Pedro and Theresa, Catania comments, “I admire their courage.” He also commends O’Neal, its Board of Trustees, and the host families for making the commitment in forging this program.
After spending a few months here, both of them have had to make adjustments. Both were used to having more classes, but they were scheduled differently. Theresa would finish up school at noon, Theresa (left) runs with teammates in a cross country meet. go home, eat lunch with her family and With a French upbringing, Richard then attend an extracurricular activity such as cello lessons Catania came to the US almost thirty years ago. Just last or running. Pedro’s school ended at 6pm, but he also had a year he became an American citizen. “When I was very three hour lunch break. Having come from places where young, I had a dream to come to the US,” says Catania. “To they could take their bike or the bus wherever they wanted attend high school in America is a dream for many young to go, both students find it difficult to have to depend on people in other countries. In turn, the opportunity to have someone else to drive them places. Having never had to foreign exchange students is a gift to O’Neal – to learn infringe upon their own family for transportation, it is even different cultures and to hear different languages spoken by more difficult to ask others for the favor. With reference native tongues.” to Summer and Alex’s dining schedule in Spain, Pedro is experiencing the opposite here. However, he has chosen to eat twice for every designated meal as opposed to giving up his Spain schedule. When asked what they will remember the most about O’Neal, both Pedro and Theresa agreed on three things: the student life, spirit, and very nice people.
According to O’Neal’s Foreign Language Department Chair, Lyn Cagle “Seeing Pedro and Theresa Pedro and Theresa pose with members of their host families, Headmaster using a language which is not their own in everyday Alan Barr and Upper School Director Richard Catania. conversation has reinforced for our students the There’s more to come… - The founder and president of Terres de Langues in Tours, France has just recently visited O’Neal to get an idea of O’Neal’s culture in order to find an appropriate fit for a partner school in France. This partnership would establish student foreign exchange – both ways. With this organization, a teacher exchange program is being designed as well as 2-week study abroad programs for O’Neal’s UPCOMING eighth grade students. - Pedro and Dave Wood, assistant soccer coach and Upper School teacher. 15
Mr. Catania is traveling to Argentina over spring break and while on vacation he is going to explore the possibility of creating an exchange partnership with a school.
Upper School Happenings Left: AP environmental science class visits the NC Zoo. Right: Seniors show their baby photos at the fall senior breakfast.
Above: O’Neal FANS Left: Tug -of- War Intramurals Above: “Team work” at the senior retreat Below: SGA Powder Puff Football
Above: Halloween Parade to the Lower School Below: Headmasters Award Recipients & Headmaster Alan Barr
A Closer Look at Class
Class Trips! Middle and Upper School students anticipate the traditional September week every year. These overnight journeys to destinations along the East Coast may last from three to five days, depending on the grade. Is their a purpose? Yes. • Six weeks after school starts, the class trips give students and their teachers the opportunity to get to know each other and to form a healthy relationship to last the rest of the school year. • For many students, the class trips provide an opportunity to be taken out of one’s “comfort zone” and find self accomplishment. For the lower grades, it could be the first time a student has spent more than one day away from their parents. For many of the trips, students participate in ropes courses and other challenging activities that push individuals physically and mentally to accomplish a given task.
Fifth grade students travel to Betsy-Jeff Penn 4H Camp in Reidsville, NC to learn the concept of geocaching. Geocaching involves receiving a set of map coordinates and then using a GPS and a topographical map to find the treasure.
The eighth grade students experience Washington DC and the surrounding area seeing firsthand evidence of our nation’s history. This trip complements their study of civics including the principles and structure of American Democracy.
Sixth grade students travel to Pine Knoll Shores, NC to participate in the “Sound to Sea” proSeventh grade students travel to Camp gram. The ecology program provides hands-on High Rocks in Cedar Mountain, NC learning of the coastal ecosystems and observawhere they are presented with chaltions of life in the sounds, on the beach, and in lenges that require problem solving and the maritime forest environments. It also correteamwork. sponds with their unit study of oceans and ocean life. 17
• Many of the trips provide hands-on learning that relate to topics taught in the classroom. • The way in which these trips are coordinated allows for students to see and learn from an exploratory viewpoint and not that of a tourist. Not to say that the students are not tourists in the middle of downtown Washington DC or Charleston, but their itinerary is designed to make the trip as interactive and awe inspiring as possible. • The trips allow for character development and acknowledgement of each and every student as they show their personality within their class and establish their method of interaction. The freshmen conquer the ropes course and take in white water rafting and hiking at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in Pisgah Forest, NC.
• A voyage with friends to an interesting place is fun! No matter the purpose, this O’Neal tradition remains steadfast and positive for its students.
Sophomores enjoy North Carolina’s Outerbanks and its history.
Freshmen get settled for their trip.
Seniors spend a few days at Nantahala to take in some white water rafting and just plain fun. They return early in the week to renovate their senior room in the student center and accomplish other “senior” duties.
Juniors explore Charleston as a contribution to their US History study of sectionalism and the issues that led to the Civil War. 18
Middle School Happenings
Sixth grade band
Jr. Beta Inductees
Mentors and Mentees
Above:Halloween â€œPeepsâ€? Below: Fifth and sixth grade baseball intramurals.
Above: Seventh & Eighth Grade Art Class studies Pollock. Right: Fifth Grade Shark Dissections Below: Tug-of-war house competition
stay at O’Neal. The morning starts with circle time where they review the calendar, say the pledge of allegiance, sing a song and participate in activities such as “finger play” and “read aloud” exercises. Then the students move on to learning centers and teacher-directed activities. During this time, Mrs. Vest works one-on-one with students to learn skills such as letter recognition, cutting, sequencing and patterns. Miss Spruill often conducts games that involve more than one student, such as alphabet matching and number set matching. Often times, a cooking activity happens in the morning and it is almost always associated with letter recognition. For instance, when studying the letter “P”, they cooked a pizza. O’Neal’s librarian, Lynn Bowness visits the classroom once a week to read a story. The elementary art teacher, Patty Amato also conducts an art class for them on a weekly basis. In December, the students will participate in a weekly music class with music teacher, June Infantino.
Welcome Pre-K3! A full class of thirteen students for O’Neal’s new Pre-K3
class, keeps instructor, Penny Vest and her assistant, Kelly Spruill hopping. “I love this age”, exclaims Mrs. Vest. As she talks during “free play time,” three girls take turns sitting on her lap. “I have to keep things interesting and that means making new materials often and I like doing that.” When the opportunity was presented last year, Mrs. Vest jumped at it. Her Montessori training, in addition to her early childhood education and certifications, provided a great fit for the position. Both Pre-K3 and Pre-K4 classes are structured to give parents options on how long they want their children to
Making mud is a popular activity during recess.
After snack time and a restroom break, it’s on to recess! “I like to let the children decide how they want to play,” says Mrs. Vest. “They want to have time with friends, but they also want time alone.” The sandbox swings and toys are popular items.
Students enjoy the reading center.
When recess is finished, it’s another hour of learning before noon arrives. 20
School ends for most of the Pre-K3 students at this time. However, depending on the day, 4 to 6 students stay on until 3:15pm – where Mrs. Vest’s classroom becomes an afternoon care center and they have lunch, story time, rest time, free play centers and outside play. The free play centers include activities such as puzzles, home living, manipulatives, reading and art. “Our son, Max, loves going to preschool at O’Neal,” comments O’Neal parent, Susan Pashley. “He wakes up every day asking if it is a school day, and when I confirm that it is, he yells ‘Yahoo!’ and grabs his backpack. Mrs. Vest is fantastic, and I know that Max is in great hands with teachers and staff who really care about him and his development.” Working together with playdough.
Based on the Core Knowledge Level I curriculum, the activities conducted throughout the day provide a focus on social skills enabling a young child to function independently with the social setting of the class group. Work habits are also addressed by gently guiding the students to develop a methodology for approaching different activities. This establishes a foundation for the manner in which the children will later approach academic work in kindergarten and beyond. Students learn how to understand and use spoken language through the development of basic conversational skills such as clearly communicating one’s needs or understanding or giving a verbal description of a person, object or experience. For developing fine motor skills, an art project is conducted almost daily. Ongoing daily observations and informal assessments of each child’s progress and frequent communication with the Pre-K4 teachers help Mrs. Vest prepare the three year olds for the next school year.
Stringing beads for a necklace
Mrs. Vest works one-on-one with a student.
Swinging at recess 21
Apples are stamped on the tree at the art center.
Lower School Happenings
Fourth grade students strike a pose in art class.
Pre-K4 students exchange gifts with residents at Quail Haven.
Above: Lower School pizza party Below: Bus evacuation drills Above: Battle of the Books After School Club Right: First grade swimming class Below: Kindergarten performs at Assembly
O’Neal had a strong showing and a full game schedule for all of its teams this fall season. The middle school girls’ volleyball and boys’ soccer teams both pulled out conference championships. The middle school volleyball team finished their season with a conference championship win in the SEAMAC Tournament held Friday, October 22, 2010 at Village Christian School in Fayetteville. The team finished the season with a conference record of 17- 3 and an overall record of 24- 4. O’Neal entered the tournament in second place behind Village Christian. Confidence was high, after crushing Village’s undefeated streak a week earlier with a 2-0 win at O’Neal. The team won the first two games, 25 - 22 and 25 - 18. Scotti McGowan and Sarah D’Annunzio received AllTournament Honors and Taylor Shelton received Tournament MVP.
up of 7 eighth graders and 18 seventh graders who worked hard throughout the season to continually improve and stay a step ahead of their opponents. Captains Austin Gibbons and Matthew LaVigne provided strong leadership day in and day out and helped set a great example of sportsmanship during each game. The team had three players who made the All-Tournament team, including Matthew LaVigne, Andrew Hassenfelt, and Brian Subin, as well as the Tournament MVP, Mason Sullivan.
Coached by Beth Field, this year’s team consisted of 21 players. The season was highlighted with strong, consistent performances by eighth graders Taylor Shelton, Scotti McGowan, Tessa Candiotti, and seventh graders Ellen Tafoya and Hannah Sullivan.
It was a wonderful season with a great group of girls. Their hard work, enthusiasm, and love of the game was evident. The team received the nicest compliment from the Liberty coach after beating them in the second round, eliminating them from the tournament. Their coach said our girls showed class and character by the way they played and handled themselves on and off the court after they won. Special thanks to Coach Kendall Harper for her instruction, guidance and support throughout the season. The middle school soccer team had a fantastic season, finishing with a 12-1 record and the conference championship after a 2-0 victory over Village Christian in the finals. Coached by David Williamson, the team of 25 was made
The varsity girls tennis team has won second place in the CFIC conference with an overall 11-4 record. Coach Don Woodfield praised the play of his team during the regular season. Their only losses were to Cape Fear Academy and Westchester Country Day School, two of the top teams in the state. Two players, Brianna Ek and Amelia Schirmer also received All-Conference awards with Mary Garner and Victoria Scarpa getting Honorable Mentions. Coach Woodfield was selected as Coach of the Year in the CFIC Conference. The team tied for 7th place in the state tournament(NCISAA). The varsity boys’ soccer team wrapped up a terrific season in which they finished 3rd in the Cape Fear Independent Conference. They were seeded 10th in the state playoffs, only to fall to #7 seated Cape fear Academy in the first round game. The state playoff game was the first in many years. 23
It was also a game which O’Neal held a lead and was tied until the closing minutes of the game. The team exceeded expectations this season, and played some great soccer along the way. The season highlights include beating Cape Fear Academy 2-0 during the regular season, beating Carolina Friends 3-1, playing the #1 ranked 1A public school team in the state to a tie until conceding a goal with less than 2 minutes remaining, and beating Fayetteville Christian the last game of the regular season while missing 5 key players. The improved play of the soccer team caught the eye of other coaches in the conference, who voted John Roger Moore (9th grade), Jacob Talbert (10th grade), and Colin Jameson (12th grade) to the All-Conference team. In addition, Bryce Baldelli (12th grade) and Dylan Gehle (12th grade) made All-Conference Honorable Mention. This great season would not have been possible without Coach Ted Hassenfelt and the leadership of the nine seniors – Matthew Freison, Thomas Griffin, Dylan Gehle, David Letteney, Stephen Chamberlain, Charlie Thompson, Brandt Davis, Colin Jameson, and Bryce Baldelli. Bryce Baldelli, Stephen Camberlain, Brandt Davis, and Colin Jameson all shared captain duties this season. The seniors worked hard to make this a special season, and laid the groundwork for the soccer program for the future.
new awards being taken up. Coached by Josh Roberts, O’Neal runners took top-ten medals at the Carolina Classic, Jeremy Gaines Invitational, and Moore County Middle School Championship this year. Juniors Alana Godbey and Theresa Berg set new school records at 5th (22:11) and 2nd (21:51) respectively. This year O’Neal also hosted the Cape Fear Independent Conference Championship. The boys’ and girls’ teams placed third of four and saw runners Theresa Berg, Alana Godbey, Austin Puleo, Evan Davies, and Ian Maynor qualify as All-Conference runners. The boys placed 12th and the girls placed 16th. The JV girls’ tennis team had a great season, finishing with an overall record of 5 wins and 3 losses and a conference record of 5 wins and 2 losses. Coached by Shane Moubry, this was a very young and talented team consisting of 7 eighth graders and 2 tenth graders. The highlight of the season was a win over Cape Fear Academy, winning 7 out of the 12 matches. All the girls showed great improvement throughout the year and will continue to play in the off season. The O’Neal tennis program, as a whole, has a bright future starting with this great group of girls.
The varsity volleyball team had a rebuilding year with only two returnees from last year’s team, Kellyann Miller and Katie Tighe. Other team members included Heather Dyer, Quinn Griffin, Ginny Wollens, Katie Dyer, Tory Fedder, Jackie Chamberlain, Maeve Bartiss, Claire Russell, and Katelyn Hunt. Coached by Kendall Harper, the team improved each week through hard work and good communication. We played a very competitive schedule. This made the team bond quickly and overcome their hurdles. The girls were a joy to coach. They always wanted to stay after practice to work on specifics and the harder the drill was in practice the more they loved it. Kellyann Miller received All Conference Player and Katie Tighe received Honorable Mention.
The JV girls’ volleyball team finished the year with a 4-9 record. From day one the girls came ready to practice and play. They improved each phase of their game. The improvement was evident in the games played against some of the stronger conference opponents resulting in deep game scores. Sophomores Teresa Griffin, Savannah Merritt, Leah Samaras, Colleen Tafoya and Kaleigh Teschendorf did a great job of leading the team. Best wishes to them as they move onto to the varsity program next year. Freshmen, Mary Dixon, Mary Winston Dozier, Kelly Griffin, Emily Summers and Aubrey Thompson worked hard to make the adjustment from middle school to junior varsity level. Coach Steve Dahl looks forward to their return and continued improvement to the game.
The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams witnessed another season with records falling and 24
THE O’NEAL SCHOOL 2009-2010 ANNUAL REPORT
“Noble is the man who plants a tree to shade those he will have never known.” ‑Unknown
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Board of Trustees
O’Neal Fund Chairs O’Neal Fund Campaign Chair
Jean and Stan Bradshaw
Hu Poston, Chair Stan Bradshaw, Vice Chair & Treasurer Bill Horner, Secretary
Development Committee Chair Lindley Fleury
Allen Averbook Terry Brown Lynn DeJaco Christa Duffy Lindley Fleury Holly Floyd Marty Hefner Roberta King Chris Leber Stuart Mills Alice Robbins Rosa Ronalter Laurie Trexler
Grandparent Chair Barbara Sullivan
Past Parent Chairs Becky and Paul Neal
Scott Rostan ‘91
Grade Level Chairs
Drs. Emily and Allen Averbook Denise and Michael Gutschmit Dr. and Mrs. Steve King Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Leber Dr. and Mrs. Gerard O’Donnell Drs. John and Michelle Roberson Rosa and Ralph Ronalter Dr. and Mrs. Charles Schirmer Dr. and Mrs. David Thornton Drs. Joe and Kim Tozzi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whaley Ms. Stacy Williams Dr. and Mrs. James Winter
Ex-Officio Members Alan Barr Headmaster
Helen Probst Mills Parents’ Association President Marie Schoemmell Athletic Booster Club President
Elaine Tate Baillie Stan Bradshaw F. Farrell Collins, Jr., M.D. Frank W. Curtis Heidi Hall Jones Edward T. Taws, Jr.
Lower School –Amanda Duffy Middle School – Ceci Liner Upper School – Guy Roberts
Statement of Activities Revenue, Gifts and Other Support:
Tuition (net) Contributions, Gifts, Grants and Scholarships (1) Endowment
Personnel Plant Technology Other Expenses (2)
$4,051,379 1,146,819 52,462 1,039,236
Total Revenue, Gifts and Other Support Increase in Net Assets
Revenue, Gifts and Other Support:
Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Scholarships (1) 25%
Tuition Net 75%
All Other Expenses (2) 17%
(1) Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Scholarships consist of annual giving and auction proceeds, as well as scholarships and donations. (2) Other expenses include instructional materials and supplies, continuing education of faculty, office supplies, insurance, advertising, printing, postage, athletics and other expenses used in operating the school.
Endowment Fund Market Value, June 30, 2010
The Oâ€™Neal Fund By Constituency Segment:
Fine Arts and Visual Arts
Other Restricted Donations
Fine Arts & Visual Arts Faculty Development
Other General Enrichment
Gift Clubs The following lists are published in grateful recognition of the generous donor support received during the 2009-2010 O’Neal Fund.
Members of the Golden Circle
Gift club membership is determined exclusively on cash gifts given to the O’Neal Fund during the fiscal year of July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010. Capital Campaign, Endowment, Auction, Honorary, Memorial Gifts, and Gifts in Kind are listed in their respective sections.
The Members of the Golden Circle giving club recognizes those donors at the highMr. and Mrs. Robert Baillie est level of leadership, giving gifts Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Baldelli totaling $5,000 and above to the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Bradshaw O’Neal Fund.
Brian and Konni McMurray Stuart L. Mills and Helen Probst Mills Sam and Sandy Wornom
Drs. William and Za’Vette Kodzai Circle of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rostan Benefactors Dr. and Mrs. David C. Thornton Mr. Donald W. Trexler The Circle of Benefactors was organized Bob and Natalie Whaley to recognize those donors who have Mrs. Sally Wood given gifts totaling between $2,500 and $4,999 to the O’Neal Fund.
Senator Harris Blake brings a Chinese delegation to visit O’Neal. The prefects help to inform the group about the School and give them a tour. 29
Leadership Circle The Leadership Circle was organized to recognize those leadership donors who have given gifts totaling between $1,000 and $2,499 to the O’Neal Fund.
Joe and Jo Ann Agresta Donald and Lori Andrews Drs. Allen and Emily Averbook Bank of America Amy Butters Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Coates Dr. and Mrs. David Cowherd Carty and Holly Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Dozier Dr. and Mrs. Peter L. Duffy Rick Edelman and Maureen Krueger Dr. Robert Fleury and Lindley A. Fleury MBA, MHA Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Gootman Drs. Neil and Soledad Griffin Brenda Gutschmit Michael and Denise Gutschmit Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Hakas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hefner III Ted and Amy Hoehn-Saric Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson Steven and Lori Karan Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. King Wade and Ceci Liner Dr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Lucas Drs. Bobby and Carolyn Maynor Robert and Pamela McCall Bill and Lisa McClelland
Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Melton Mid-South Food Service, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. O’Donnell Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Mr. and Mrs. F. Huling Poston III Drs. John and Michelle Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Houston Roberts Rosa and Ralph Ronalter Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Samaras Connie Schirmer Drs. Glen and Diane Subin Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Sullivan Mr. John H. Taws Dr. Matthew J. Vreeland and Ms. Michelle Miller Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walker Timothy J. and Dr. Diane M. Williams Dr. and Mrs. James Winter Leon and Ming Zhang
The week before school starts, faculty are on campus to prepare for their students. Part of the week is devoted to medical emergency training, such as how to use an Epipen and becoming recertifed in CPR with an AED (Automated External Defibrilator).
Charter Circle Michael and Kathleen Bartiss Peggy Kirk Bell Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Burns Ms. Cynthia Carr Mr. Mark Epstein and Mrs. Julia Latham May and Robert Fitch Holly W. Floyd Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Hendricks Jean Rae and Hugh Hinton Butch and Nancy Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kelly Tammy and Christopher Leber Dr. and Mrs. John R. Lina
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly R. Miller Mr. Walter Osorio and Dr. Sabina Osorio Lowell W. Rickard Teresa Rickard Lenore Rittenhouse Tom Rittenhouse Alice and Wayne Robbins Dr. and Mrs. William Scarpa Katherine and Chuck Schirmer Mr. and Mrs. Fulton A. Smith Bud and Hayden Taylor Joe and Maureen Wurzel Lisa B. Youngclaus 30
The Charter Circle recognizes the generosity of contributors at the $500 - $999 level to the O’Neal Fund.
Gift Clubs Falcon Circle The Falcon Circle recognizes the generosity of contributors at the $499 and below level to the O’Neal Fund.
Mr. Derek C. Ailerson Kitan A. Akinosho Annice and Franz Alt Mr. and Mrs. Sam Amato Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson Robert and Claire Ansley R. Marks Arnold Anna Balinska-Majka Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Barmore Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Barnes Mr. Jamaal Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Alan K. Barr Ms. Amanda Bartholomew Kelsey Bartiss Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Beeson Rachel Bell Mr. Christian P. Bolduc Timothy P. Bolduc Brian K. Bonville Alex and Susan Bowness Caitlin Bowness Ms. Lynn G. Bowness Miss Danielle M. Bradshaw Mary Breitenbeck Rhonda L. Brooks Ryan Brooks Mr. and Mrs. C. Foster Brown III Robert and Monika Brown Carl and Wendy Bryan Ms. Lyn D. Cagle Richard Capel David Casey and Maria DiGiovanni Mr. and Mrs. Richard Casey Bob and Karen Chamberlain Aaron C. Chavis Kristen Chavis Mrs. Eva Mae Chavis Mrs. Alison Chernin Jamie Chisholm Miss Morgan A. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conklin Mr. and Mrs. John Conklin Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Cooper Miss Ellen L. Cowherd Miss Emma M. Craven Miss Whitney F. Cutler Karen and John Davenport Keith T. Davies Thomas M. Davis Lynn S. DeJaco Mr. Joseph Dante DelGuercio Mr. and Mrs. Brian Delmonaco Mr. Dell A. Dembosky Jr. Bob and Pauline Desjarlais Ellen Dickey Miss Alexandra M. Dimaggio
Rebecca DiMaggio Ms. Patricia Dominguez Andrew and Tove Doolittle Jim and Pam Dougherty Greg Doughty Alice and Kent Droppers Mr. and Mrs. Justin Duffy Mary and Peter Durning Dwight and Judith Edmonds Dr. and Mrs. David Edrington John and Nancy Ellis Bill and Marion Evans James and Krissy Evans Darrell and Dawn Everett Bob and Christy Faenza Bobby and Teresa Faulkner Miss Meri E. Faulkner Dr. and Mrs. David P. Fedder Miss Kathryn Fedder Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fedder Rodolfo and Elizabeth Field Glen and Vicki Fisher Kelly Fowler Anne and Robert Friesen Mark and Louise Futrell Ms. Beth Garrison Mrs. Lisa Gessner Norma Glad Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Godbey Ted and Tina Godbey Julie Richardson Goldston Dr. David M. Graves Rob and Julie Greenway Sandra Haarlow Col. and Mrs. Bill Hager Blanche and George Hancock Kendall Harper Mrs. Mary C. Harris Ms. Paige V. Hartsell Travis Harward Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Hassenfelt III Ms. Alice C. Haywood Mrs. Woodard Heath Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Henry, D.D.S. Helen Holmberg Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Holshouser Mr. and Mrs. William E. Horner III Mr. William E. Horner IV Miss Abigail B. Howe Ellen J. Hudgins James D. Hudson, III Mrs. Beth Huey Mr. and Mrs. Willie Huggins Danny Infantino June Infantino Ruby H. Ingold Benjamin S. Jackson Andrew L. Jackson Miss Katherine M. Jenkins Ms. Julie Johnson Elizabeth Grady Jordan and Chris Jordan Michael and Pamela Kantorowski
The Ke Family Miss Katherine Kelly Shaen and Dana Kirkpatrick Dr. and Mrs. John Krahnert Katherine Lange Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lassiter Mr. James S. Lassiter, Jr. Drs. ‘Jide and Gani Lawal Mr. Olujide Lawal Mr. and Mrs. William Lilley III Jared and Pamela Lina Drs. Scott and Henrietta Luneau Greg Mancini Daniel and Catherine Martin Mr. Chancellor G. Martin Miss Olivia Matcham Miss Caroline McHenry Richard D. McHenry Sr. Jill McLester Furstein C. Louis Meyer Family Foundation Ms. Cassie Miles Mr. and Mrs. James R. Miles Dr. Chris Miller Mr. Thomas L. Miller Shirley Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Milligan Janet Trent and Dargan Moore LT COL and Mrs. Wade Morcom Miss Amanda M. Morcom Dr. and Mrs. Walter S. Morris III Miss Nicole E. Moser Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Moser Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Nall Mr. and Mrs. Prem Nath Dr. and Mrs. Paul G. Neal Mrs. Kathy Nester Mrs. Maggie Nicoll Mr. Michael Norman David and Lauren O’Brien Marci O’Donnell Mr. Corbin O’Donnell Sarah and Joe Parrish Tom and Susan Pashley Mr. Christopher J. Payton Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Pepe Mr. and Mrs. John W. Phillips Mr. Edward T. Phillips Milton and Karen Pilson Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Pracht Mr. Mark Pracht Robin and Robbie Prim Miss Lauren E. Proulx Miss Leslie E. Proulx Miss Blair Puleo Bob and Carol Putnam Roberta Quis Jonathan and Liz Richman James and Belinda Riley Mr. William L. Rittenhouse Marjorie Roach Bill and Dillon Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Roberts Nancy Shuford Ronalter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rosenberger Dr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Rostan
Mr. Dennis Rothery Ms. Jenell Rubin Chappell R. Russell Miss Alexia Samaras Miss Virginia R. Scarpa Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schoemmell Farrah Scodius Mr. Harold A. Scott III Diana and Sam Self Monique Shalala Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shelby Mr. and Mrs. Gus B. Shelton III Mr. Jonathan A. Shudra Jan Simmons Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Simpkins Miss Elizabeth M. Snow Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Snow Christopher and Kathleen Souza Allen and Christine Strunk B.Y. Sullivan Ms. Kimberly Sullivan Miss Sydney L. Swartz Mr. and Mrs. David Talbert Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Taws Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James Taylor Ricky and Kathy Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thigpen Dan Thomason III Michael Thompson Miss Samantha Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tompkins Drs. Joseph and Kim Tozzi Emily Troutman Jim and Sue Ulrich Mr. and Mrs. Wes Underwood Penny and Randy Vest Mr. Chaowalit Virojveerakul Rino and Corlea Viskovich Kristen Wachob Kathleen Waddell Mr. Christopher Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watkins Christopher Webster Colin and Emmy Webster Ms. Allison Weis Mr. and Mrs. Stanley West Glenda R. Westbrook Beth Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Greg Wilder Mrs. Claire Thornton Wilger Bradley and Sarah Williams David Williamson Ashley and Bradley Wilson Jacqueline H. Wittman Mrs. Kristie Wolferman Mr. David Wood Miss Taylor S. Woodell Mr. and Mrs. Don Woodfield Mr. and Mrs. David Woronoff Constance Fleming Wright Laura and Dean Wrightson Mr. Alex G. Zhang
Gift Clubs Parents Class of 2010 Timothy P. Bolduc Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Bradshaw Rhonda L. Brooks Dr. and Mrs. David Cowherd Rebecca DiMaggio Bobby and Teresa Faulkner Dr. and Mrs. David P. Fedder Mr. and Mrs. William E. Horner III Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson Butch and Nancy Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lassiter Drs. ‘Jide and Gani Lawal Wade and Cecy Morcom Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moser Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Pracht Lenore Rittenhouse Tom Rittenhouse Dr. and Mrs. Charles Samaras Dr. and Mrs. William Scarpa Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schoemmell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Snow Kathleen Waddell Colin and Emmy Webster Leon and Ming Zhang Class of 2011 Joe and Jo Ann Agresta Drs. Allen and Emily Averbook Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Baldelli Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barmore Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Blackwood Robert and Monika Brown Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Chamberlain, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Coppola, Jr. Carty and Holly Davis Dwight and Judith Edmonds Glen and Vicki Fisher Anne and Robert Friesen Ms. Beth Garrison Drs. Neil and Soledad Griffin Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hefner III Lori and Steven Karan Katherine Lange Robert and Pamela McCall Wade and Cecy Morcom Mr. and Mrs. Kelly R. Miller Katherine and Chuck Schirmer David and Ann Marie Thornton Laura and Dean Wrightson Class of 2012 Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bartiss Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Chamberlain, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith T. Davies Dr. and Mrs. David P. Fedder Rodolfo and Beth Field Ted and Tina Godbey Dr. David M. Graves Mr. and Mrs. William E. Horner III
Mr. and Mrs. Prem Nath Lowell W. Rickard Teresa Rickard Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schoemmell Michael and Cynthia Thompson Drs. Joseph and Kim Tozzi Rino and Corlea Viskovich Kathleen Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watkins Glenda R. Westbrook-Neilsen Lisa B. Youngclaus
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Gootman Col. and Mrs. Bill Hager Mr. and Mrs. William E. Horner III Brian and Konni McMurray Mr. Dargan Moore and Ms. Janet Trent Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rosenberger Christine and Allen Strunk Laurie and Don Trexler Rino and Corlea Viskovich Dr. Matthew J. Vreeland and Ms. Michelle Miller
Class of 2013 Karen and John Davenport Carty and Holly Davis Dr. and Mrs. Peter L. Duffy James and Krissy Evans Darrell and Dawn Everett Drs. Neil and Soledad Griffin Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Hakas, Jr. Ted and Amy Hoehn-Saric Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson Michael and Pamela Kantorowski Dr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Lucas Drs. Bobby and Carolyn Maynor Brian and Konni McMurray Wade and Cecy Morcom Bob and Carol Putnam Dr. and Mrs. Charles Samaras Dr. and Mrs. William Scarpa Mr. and Mrs. David Talbert Bradley and Sarah Williams Dr. and Mrs. James Winter Joe and Maureen Wurzel
Class of 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Hassenfelt, III Ted and Amy Hoehn-Saric Shaen and Dana Kirkpatrick Drs. ‘Jide and Gani Lawal Dr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Lucas Drs. John and Michelle Roberson Katherine and Chuck Schirmer Drs. Glen and Diane Subin Ms. Kimberly Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Sullivan Colin and Emmy Webster Class of 2017 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Alan K. Barr Carl and Wendy Bryan Amy Butters David Casey and Maria DiGiovanni Andrew and Tove Doolittle Rodolfo and Beth Field Jill McLester Furstein Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Gootman Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Hendricks Wade and Ceci Liner Dr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Lucas Bill and Lisa McClelland Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Melton Dr. and Mrs. Walter S. Morris III Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rosenberger Christopher and Kathleen Souza Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Taylor Laurie and Don Trexler Mr. and Mrs. Randy Vest Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walker Bob and Natalie Whaley Dr. and Mrs. James Winter
Class of 2014 Anna Balinska-Majka Timothy P. Bolduc Mr. and Mrs. John Conklin Mr. and Mrs. Winston Dozier Glen and Vicki Fisher The Ke Family Wade and Ceci Liner Stuart L. Mills and Helen Probst Mills Milton and Karen Pilson James and Belinda Riley Rosa and Ralph Ronalter Christopher and Kathleen Souza Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Taylor Drs. Joseph and Kim Tozzi Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walker Mr. and Mrs. David Woronoff Leon and Ming Zhang
Class of 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Peter L. Duffy Jill McLester Furstein Michael and Denise Gutschmit Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Henry, D.D.S. Brian and Konni McMurray Mr. Dargan Moore and Ms. Janet Trent Drs. John and Michelle Roberson Christine and Allen Strunk
Class of 2015 Donald and Lori Andrews Drs. Allen and Emily Averbook Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Beeson David Casey and Maria DiGiovanni Carty and Holly Davis Andrew and Tove Doolittle Bob and Christy Faenza Mark and Louise Futrell Ted and Tina Godbey
Class of 2019 Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Baldelli Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Burns
Andrew and Tove Doolittle Rob and Julie Greenway James D. Hudson, III Butch and Nancy Jenkins Drs. William and Za’Vette Kodzai Tammy and Christopher Leber Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Milligan Mr. Walter Osorio and Dr. Sabina Osorio Dr. and Mrs. William Scarpa Mr. and Mrs. F. Alexander Smith Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Sullivan Dr. and Mrs. James Taylor Class of 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Alan K. Barr Jill McLester Furstein Michael and Denise Gutschmit Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Henry, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. King Drs. William and Za’Vette Kodzai Drs. Scott and Henrietta Luneau Drs. Bobby and Carolyn Maynor Brian and Konni McMurray Mr. Walter Osorio and Dr. Sabina Osorio Mr. and Mrs. F. Huling Poston III Drs. John and Michelle Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Gus B. Shelton III Mr. John H. Taws Laurie and Don Trexler Mr. and Mrs. Randy Vest Mr. Timothy J. Williams and Dr. Diane Williams Class of 2021 Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Blackwood Dr. and Mrs. David Edrington Elizabeth Grady Jordan and Chris Jordan Tom and Susan Pashley Monique Shalala Dr. and Mrs. James Taylor Class of 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Blackwood Michael and Denise Gutschmit Rick Edelman and Maureen Krueger Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Hakas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. King David and Lauren O’Brien Jonathan and Liz Richman Mr. and Mrs. Gus B. Shelton III Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Wilson Class of 2023 Rick Edelman and Maureen Krueger Mr. Mark Epstein and Mrs. Julia Latham Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Henry, D.D.S. Drs. Scott and Henrietta Luneau David and Lauren O’Brien
Gift Clubs Past Parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Amato Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baillie Peggy Kirk Bell Alex and Susan Bowness Ms. Lynn G. Bowness Ms. Lyn D. Cagle Ms. Cynthia Carr Ellen Dickey Ms. Patricia Dominguez John and Nancy Ellis Dr. Robert Fleury and Lindley A. Fleury MBA, MHA
Holly W. Floyd Brenda Gutschmit Sandra Haarlow Jean Rae and Hugh Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holshouser Mr. Danny Infantino Ruby H. Ingold Dr. and Mrs. John Krahnert Dr. and Mrs. John R. Lina Mr. and Mrs. James R. Miles Dr. and Mrs. Paul G. Neal Mr. and Mrs. Al Nester Sarah and Joe Parrish
Alice and Wayne Robbins Bill and Dillon Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Rostan Diana and Sam Self Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shelby Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Simpkins B.Y. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Taws Jr. Bud and Hayden Taylor Jim and Sue Ulrich Mr. and Mrs. Stanley West Beth Whitman
Alumni Class of 1977 Peggy Bell Miller Class of 1981 Anne Ellis Friesen Class of 1983 Richard Capel Elizabeth Grady Jordan Laurie Gutschmit Trexler Class of 1986 David Edrington Michael Gutschmit Class of 1988 Blanche Slade Hancock Class of 1991 Jill McLester Furstein Julie Richardson Goldston Ted Hassenfelt Scott Rostan
Helen Holmberg Jared Lina Dan Thomason Class of 1999 Roberta Quis Constance Fleming Wright Class of 2002 Cassie Miles
Class of 2005 Jamaal Barnes Allison Weis Class of 2006 Kelsey E. Bartiss Class of 2007 Greg Doughty Marci O’Donnell Class of 2008 Kristen Allie Chavis
Class of 1997 Thomas M. Davis
Class of 2009 Kitan A. Akinosho
Annice and Franz Alt Robert and Claire Ansley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baillie Peggy Kirk Bell Rachel Bell Mary Breitenbeck Mrs. Eva Mae Chavis Mr. and Mrs. J. Conklin Bob and Pauline Desjarlais
Class of 2010 Derek C. Ailerson Christian P. Bolduc Danielle M. Bradshaw Ryan L. Brooks Morgan A. Clark Ellen L. Cowherd Emma M. Craven Whitney F. Cutler Joseph Dante DelGuercio Dell A. Dembosky Jr. Alexandra M. Dimaggio Meri E. Faulkner Kathryn Fedder William E. Horner IV Abigail B. Howe Andrew L. Jackson Katherine M. Jenkins Katherine Kelly James S. Lassiter, Jr. Olujide Lawal Chancellor G. Martin
Class of 2004 Emily Troutman
Class of 1994 Harold A. Scott
Brian K. Bonville Aaron C. Chavis Kelly Fowler Ellen J. Hudgins Benjamin S. Jackson Chappell R. Russell Nancy S. Ronalter
Mary and Peter Durning John and Nancy Ellis Bill and Marion Evans Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fedder Norma Glad Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Godbey Brenda Gutschmit Mr. and Mrs. William Lilley III Daniel and Catherine Martin Richard D. McHenry Sr.
Olivia Matcham Caroline McHenry Thomas L. Miller Amanda M. Morcom Nicole E. Moser Corbin O’Donnell Christopher J. Payton Mark Pracht Lauren E. Proulx Leslie E. Proulx Blair Puleo William L. Rittenhouse Alexia Samaras Virginia R. Scarpa Jonathan A. Shudra Elizabeth M. Snow Sydney L. Swartz Samantha Thompson Christopher Waddell Christopher Webster Taylor S. Woodell Alex G. Zhang Former Students Caitlin Bowness George Hancock Lloyd Sullivan John H. Taws
Shirley Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Nall Marjorie Roach Connie Schirmer B.Y. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Taws Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thigpen Mrs. Claire Thornton Wilger Jacqueline H. Wittman Sam and Sandy Wornom
Gift Clubs Faculty and Staff
Our Faculty and Staff give of themselves everyday in a multitude of ways. Patty Amato Sam Amato Alan K. Barr Amanda Bartholomew Caitlin Bowness Lynn G. Bowness Lyn D. Cagle Cynthia Carr Alison Chernin Jamie Chisholm Alison Kelly Coates Marjorie M. Conklin Taylor Cooper Patricia Dominguez
Alice Droppers Amanda Duffy Mark Futrell Beth Garrison Lisa Gessner David M. Graves Kelley Hager Blanche Slade Hancock Kendall Harper Mary C. Harris Paige V. Hartsell Travis Harward Jenny Hassenfelt Suzanne Holshouser
Friends R. Marks Arnold Charles F. Brown III and Susan Clift Brown Mr. and Mrs. Richard Casey
Beth Huey Sandy Huggins June Infantino Brenda B. Jackson Julie Johnson Celia C. Liner Greg Mancini Lynn Melton Cassie Miles James R. Miles Chris Miller Cecy Morcom Kathy Nester Maggie Nicoll
Michael Norman Suzanne Phillips Edward T. Phillips Robbie Prim Robin Prim Linda Roberts Joshua Roberts Dennis Rothery Jenell Rubin Richard Schoemmell Farrah Scodius Jan Simmons Kathy Taylor Richard Tompkins
Sandee Tompkins Wes Underwood Penny Vest Kristen Wachob Beth Whitman Woody Wilder David Williamson Ashley Wilson Kristie Wolferman David Wood Sally C. Wood Don Woodfield Laura Wrightson
Frank Curtis, celebrated his 93rd birthday this summer. Frank is an honorary Trustee and presents his Franklin Curts Volunteer Award to an Upper School student every spring.
Lynn S. DeJaco Jim and Pam Dougherty May and Robert Fitch Ms. Alice C. Haywood Mrs. Woodard Heath Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Pepe
The Oâ€™Neal School, in partnership with the Arts Council of Moore County, kicked off the first performance of the school year for the Kaleidoscope Family Series. The John Brown Jazz Trio performed at the Oâ€™Neal School Theater on Sunday, October 24, 2010. Two more Kaleidoscope performances are scheduled for February and March of 2011. Everyone is welcome. Please go to http://www. mooreart.org/programs/youth/kaleidoscope-family-series/ to learn more about the upcoming performances and dates. 34
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Online Giving Is Now Available!
Businesses and Foundations Bank of America Bradshaw Charitable Foundation The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Cowherd Charitable Fund/Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Family Eye Care of the Carolinas
T. Lloyd Kelly Foundation C. Louis Meyer Family Foundation Mid-South Food Service, Inc. Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Schwab Charitable Fund Talbert’s Catering
Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Nature’s Own, Inc. Sandhills Dermatology Carolina Physicians Resources
Gifts in Kind
The needs of The O’Neal School are diverse, and contributions are made in a variety of forms. All support is appreciated. Donations other than cash or securities are considered gifts-in-kind. The 2009 – 2010 contributors are listed below. Donald and Lori Andrews Drs. Allen and Emily Averbook Mr. and Mrs. Robbie J. Baillie Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Burns Mr. and Mrs. John Conklin Mrs. Brenda B. Cooper Ms. Cynthia Copley Carty and Holly Davis Dell and Mary Dembosky Lisa Dishman Dr. and Mrs. Peter L. Duffy James and Krissy Evans Dr. and Mrs. David P. Fedder Mark and Louise Futrell
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Hendricks Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Henry, D.D.S. Butch and Nancy Jenkins Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Kruse Tammy and Christopher Leber Wyman McGuirt Brian and Konni McMurray Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Melton Mr. and Mrs. James R. Miles Stuart L. Mills and Helen Probst Mills Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Nall Mr. and Mrs. John W. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Renner Jonathan and Liz Richman Mr. and Mrs. Houston Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Roberts Rosa and Ralph Ronalter Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Samaras Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schoemmell Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Sullivan Ms. Kimberly Sullivan Mrs. Sandra Tompkins Drs. Samuel and Michele Wahl Ted and Jane Weatherly Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Welles Dr. and Mrs. James Winter Ms. Joanne Gill Worth Wyeth Lisa B. Youngclaus
Gift Clubs We are extremely thankful to the following who have funded endowment, scholarships, and special programs for The O’Neal School: Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bradshaw Bradshaw Charitable Foundation Mrs. Helen B. Cook Majel Frey Curtis Foundation Colgate -Palmolive Company Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Hendry Mrs. Jean Rae Hinton C. Louis Meyer Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Sal Nuzzo Nuzzo Family Foundation Pfizer Mr. Edward Phillips Seedlings Garden Club A lectern for O’Neal’s theater was custom made with donations in memory of Anthony Coppola.
Honorarium and Memorial Gifts In Honor of: Simon Cagle ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Fitch
In Honor of: Whitney Cutler ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. William Lilley III
In Memory of: Peter Baran O’Neal School Parents’ Association
In Memory of: TJ Bloom Bob and Pauline Desjarlais
In Memory of: Hannah Marie Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Bradshaw Mary Breitenbeck Mr. Thomas A. Breitenbeck Ms. Deborah Graham Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson Ron Kirby and Family Robert and Pamela McCall Richard McHenry and Rose Young C. Louis Meyer Family Foundation MJSK, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. O’Donnell
In Memory of: Linda Brown Brenda Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson
Mr. Gregory M. Ornstein Mr. Marcus S. Ornstein Mr. Michael A. Ornstein Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Pepe
In Memory of: Amelia Cagle Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Fitch
In Memory of: Anthony F. Coppola III Ms. Catherine M. Boorujy Bruce Bordlee Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Bucci Brenda Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Coppola, Jr. John and Nancy Ellis Ms. Katherine Fiske Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Max Garland Mr. and Mrs. David L. Harper Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. R. Carroll Hudson Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Toby Johnson Steven and Lori Karan Mr. and Mrs. Wendel F. Leeman Robert and Pamela McCall
Mr. Stephen R. Moore Mr. and Mrs. John Neiswender Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. O’Donnell O’Neal School Parents’ Association Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scardulla Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sweeney, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Tusa Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Vanica Beth Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wirick Mr. and Mrs. C. Dean Wrightson
In Memory of: Graham Douglass Mr. and Mrs. James R. Miles Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips
In Memory of: William Miles Mr. and Mrs. James R. Miles Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips
In Memory of: Fred Shudra O’Neal School Parents’ Association
In Memory of: Dr. Jack Young F. Farrell Collins, Jr., MD
In Memory of: William P. Youngclaus C. Louis Meyer Family Foundation
Capital Campaign Donors The following donors have contributed to one or both of the Complete the Vision and Building Communities Capital Campaigns. We wish to thank them for their generous support. $1,000,000 and above Donors Bradshaw Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. McMurray $100,000 and above Donors Anonymous Dr. F. Farrell Collins, Jr. Mrs. Donald F. Cutler Mrs. Brenda Gutschmit Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Hendry C. Louis Meyer Family Foundation O’Neal School Parents’ Association $75,000 and above Donors Mr. and Mrs. F. Huling Poston III Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Ronalter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trexler $50,000 and above Donors Drs. Allen and Emily Averbook O’Neal School Booster Club Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Taws Jr. Mr. Timothy J. Williams and Dr. Diane Williams $25,000 and above Donors Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baillie Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Baldelli Bank of America Dr. and Mrs. Peter L. Duffy Drs. Neil and Soledad Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Gutschmit Mr. and Mrs. Winfred N. Hasty, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hefner III Mrs. Jean Rae H. Hinton Mrs. Lawrence Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. King Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Robinette Wachovia Securities Mr. and Mrs. Anthony K. Woodell $10,000 and above Donors Colgate-Palmolive Company Dr. and Mrs. David Cowherd Mr. and Mrs. Mac Fowler Mr. and Mrs. William E. Horner III Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Toby Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Steven M. Karan Mr. and Dr. Koley D. Keel Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Later Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Leber Mr. and Mrs. Michael Martone
Drs. Bobby and Carolyn Maynor Dr. Robert D. McCall and Dr. Pamela J. Guest Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGowan Dr. and Mrs. Gerard O’Donnell Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Parrish Drs. John and Michelle Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Guy Roberts Wachovia $5,000 and above Donors Mr. R. Marks Arnold Automatic Data Processing Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bowness Maureen H. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Carty Davis Mr. Craig Fuller and Dr. Victoria J. DeVito Dr. and Mrs. John Krahnert Drs. ‘Jide and Gani Lawal Mr. and Mrs. Kelly R. Miller O’Connor Company of NC, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Pendley Drs. Joseph and Kim Tozzi Other Donors Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Ansley Dr. and Mrs. Clinton K. Atkinson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Barnes Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bartiss Mr. and Mrs. Larry Best Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Blackwood Mrs. Mary Breitenbeck Drs. Robert and Monika Brown Mr. and Mrs. Baxter L. Clement Mr. and Mrs. George B. Davis Mrs. Lynn S. DeJaco Dr. and Mrs. Dell A. Dembosky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derderian Mr. and Mrs. Robert Desjarlais Dr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Doolittle Mr. and Mrs. Kent Droppers Mr. and Mrs. W. Dwight Edmonds Ms. Holly W. Floyd Dr. and Mrs. David M. Furie Mr. Glen Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gough Mr. and Mrs. John E. Harding, Jr. Mrs. Thomas T. Hayes Mrs. Henry Haywood Heckethorn Architecture, PLLC Mr. and Mrs. Jake Howe Mr. Tracy Ingold Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jordan
Mr. J. R. Joyner Dr. and Mrs. Yan Ke Ms. Katherine T. Lange Mr. and Mrs. William Lilley III Mr. and Mrs. William McClelland, Jr. Mr. Richard McHenry and Ms. Teresa R. Young Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Melton Mr. and Mrs. William J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Milligan Mr. Dargan Moore and Ms. Janet Trent Ms. Jane Thompson Myers Mr. and Mrs. Prem Nath Mr. and Mrs. John Neiswender Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Noelke Mr. and Mrs. Kel Normann O’Neal Upper School Seniors – Class of 2004 -2008 Mr. and Mrs. David B. Palmer Mr. Edward T. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pottle Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Pracht Mr. and Mrs. Lowell W. Rickard Mrs. Marjorie Roach Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robbins Mrs. Gay R. Russell Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Samaras Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Saye Ms. Alison M. Schaefer Ms. Andrea Schaefer Mrs. Cornelia B. Schirmer Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Schirmer Mrs. Suzanne Schloesser Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schoemmell Dr. Barbara L. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. F. Alexander Smith Dr. and Mrs. Harbans Sodhi Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Taylor Dr. and Mrs. David C. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tompkins Wachovia Matching Gifts Program Ms. Kathleen M. Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walker Shannon S. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Woollens Mr. and Mrs. David Woronoff Wyeth Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Xanders Mr. and Mrs. Leon T. Zhang
Business Alliance Platinum - $5000 Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bradshaw
Gold - $2500 Dr. F. Farrell Collins Jr. and Dr. David C. Thornton Pulmonary Medicine / Pinehurst Medical Clinic
Dr. Soledad Griffin Dr. Samuel Wahl Dr. Emily Averbook Dr. Michael Edwards Dr. John Roberson Dr. Carolyn Maynor Dr. L. William Martin Dr. W. Brad Hudgins Dr. David Furie Dr. Lacey Moore Pinehurst Radiology
Dr. Robert J. Chamberlain Jr. Pinehurst Surgical
Silver - $1000 Mr. William Clement Clement Capital Group
Bill McClelland, Agent State Farm Insurance
Dr. and Mrs. David Dickerhoff David G. Dickeroff, DDS and Associates, PA
Mr. Dargan Moore Edward Jones
Christa Duffy CMD Properties I, II, LLC
Dr. and Mrs. Gerard Oâ€™Donnell Internal Medicine Associates, PA
Mrs. Lindley Fleury, MBA MHA Carolina Physicians Resources
Pfizer Mr. and Mrs. F. Huling Poston III
Mr. and Mrs. James Hefner The Hendry Family
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Rickard Tramway Veneers, Inc.
Mr. Bill Horner III The Sanford Herald
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robbins Robbins, May and Rich LLP
Dr. and Mrs. Steve King
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ronalter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Woodell Tobacco Road Golf Club
Dr. Robert McCall, Dr. Marion Pate, & Dr. Behnam Asgharian Mid-Carolina Gastroenterology Associates, PA
Mr. David Woronoff The Pilot
Mr. and Mrs. Brian McMurray McMurray Fabrics
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Zhang Peking Wok 38
O’Neal Auction Contributors 111 Main 2and3 Photography 4 Seasons Heating and Air 9th of September A Bit of Couture A Few Nice Things A Great Product A Southern Studio A Wild Hare Aberdeen Supply Co. Aberdeen Window Works Added Accents Aldena Frye Floral Design Drs. Allison, Hulihan and Allison Mr. and Mrs. Sam Amato American Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Scott Anderson Arbonne Artist Alley Artistic Kitchens and Baths Arts Council of Moore County/ ArtSmart Ashten’s Restaurant Aurora Hills Nursery Drs. Allen and Emily Averbook Avestra/Country Club of Whispering Pines Avestra/Foxfire Resort and Golf Club Avestra/Southern Pines Golf Club Bald Head Island Club Bald Head Island Conservancy Bald Head Island Sailing Club Mr. and Mrs. Alan Barr Dr. and Mrs. Michael Bartiss BASCO Sandwich Shop Bath and Body Works BB&T BBM Designs Beacon Ridge Golf and Country Club Beautopia Hair, Face and Body Spa Beefeater’s Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Beeson Ben Owen Pottery Big Bloomers Bill III and Lee Ann Horner Billy’s Music World Bob Timberlake Art in the Schools Program Bode Chiropractic Center Inc. Botanicals Ms. Caitlin Bowness Ms. Lynn Bowness Bowness Construction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bradshaw Brenda’s Jewelers Mr. and Mrs. Brian Burns Burney True Value Hardware Ms. Amy Butters Cabin Branch Tack Shop Ms. Lyn Cagle Camelia Coffee House Cafe Cameron and Co.
Capel Rugs Ms.Cindi Carr Carolina Ballet Carolina Car Care Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Performing Arts Center Carolina Physicians Resources Carolina Skin Care Century Furniture LLC Dr. and Mrs. Robert Chamberlain Champion Car Wash Chatlee Boat and Marine Chef Warren’s Mrs. Alison Chernin Chick-Fil-A Chili’s Grill and Bar Choplin Marine CKX Inc. Ms. Christy Clark Clark Chevrolet Cadillac Inc. Clement Capital Group CMD Properties I, II LLC Coach Light Trattoria Mr. Casey Coleman Cold Stone Creamery and Rocky Mtn. Chocolates Colors ‘n Clay Common Thread Computer Learning Center Mr. and Mrs. John Conklin CoolSweats Coton Colors Mr. and Mrs. Herb Council Cracker Barrel D.K. Clay Pottery Dale’s Greenhouse Dana Kirk Photography Daphne’s Hallmark Mr. and Mrs. John Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Carty Davis David Nicoll Photography Deercroft Golf Club Mrs. Lynn DeJaco Deka’s Doghouse Pantry Mr. and Mrs. Robert Desjarlais Dr. and Mrs. David Dickerhoff Doctors Vision Center Dog’s Best Friend Ms. Patti Dominguez Dormie Club Down Memory Lane Collectibles and Antiques Mr. and Mrs. Kent Droppers Mr. and Mr. Justin Duffy Durham Bulls Baseball Club DWA Photography Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Edmonds Dr. and Mrs. David Edrington Edward Jones/ Dargan Moore El Vaquero Elliotts on Linden Eurobody Therapies
Eve Avery Eye Max Optical Ms. Kathi Fairbend Mr. Mike Ferrel Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Field Fifi’s Fine Resale Boutique Dr. and Mrs. Steve Filby Fireshadow Pottery First Bank First Carolina Care Insurance Company First Health Center for Health and Fitness FirstHealth of the Carolinas Fiskin and Fiskin, Inc. Fix and Flex Ms. Holly Floyd Flooring America of Pinehurst Floral Designs by Eddie Floretta Imports Flynne’s Coffee Bar Food Lion - Pinecrest Plaza Food Lion on 5 Forest Creek Golf Club Forest Creek Realty Forget Me Not Photography Framer’s Cottage Framesmith Fred Astaire Dance Studio From the Ground Up Pottery Ms. Wendy Garner Ms. Beth Garrison Gemma Gallery Gentlemen’s Corner Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Gibbons Mr. Frank Giordano Given Book Shop Golden Corral Golden House Studios Goldie’s Gourmet Golf Augusta Golf Impressions Plus GR Horton DDS Dr. David Graves Drs. Sole and Neil Griffin Gulley’s Garden Center Gussy Up! Hagan and Hagan GMAC Real Estate Harris and Son Construction Co. Inc. Ms. Paige Hartsell Hawkins and Harkness, Inc. Mrs. Henry Haywood Heaven on Earth Body Therapy Heckethorn Architecture PLLC Mr. and Mrs. James Hefner Hendry Family Dr. and Mrs. Micheal Henry Holly Carter Design Homewood Suites by Hilton Honeycutt Jewelers Mr. and Mrs. Jake Howe Mr. and Mrs. Travis Huey
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Huggins Ice Cream Parlor Imports Exclusive LLC Mr. and Mrs. Danny Infantino Inside Out Interiors Internal Medicine Associates, PA Ironwood Cafe Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson Jack’s Place Java Bean Plantation Mr. Rick Johns John Gessner Photography Johnny O’s Awards Ms. Julie Johnson Jostens Kane’s Kakes Dr. and Mrs. Antonio Karamalegos Karen Brisson Kathryn’s Hallmark Mr. Zach Kazior Keith Hills Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kelly KEP Design - NYC Kidz Korner Shoes Dr. and Mrs. Stephen King King’s Gifts and Collectibles Drs. William and Za’Vette Kodzai Kuhn Dental Associates La Dolce Vita Ms. Katherine Lange Lapato Interior Design Laser Institute of Pinehurst Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Later Laura Wellener DDS Dr. Gani Lawal LB Belt Company Le Faux Chateau Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Leber Legacy Golf Links Legacy Lakes LeJardin Floral Lifetouch Lil Branch’s Children’s Store Linda Dalton Pottery Linderellas’s Quilt Works Mr. and Mrs. Wade Liner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lipomi Little River Golf Club and Resort Lone Star Steakhouse Longleaf Golf and Country Club Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Lucas Magnolia Family Dentistry Mr. Greg Mancini Marcello Salon and Spa Martial Arts Academy of Southern Pines Drs. Bill and Kara Martin Marvin Smith Driving School Mary O’Malley Match Play Ms. Lisa Mathis May Street Market
O’Neal Auction Contributors Drs. Bobby and Carolyn Maynor Dr. Robert McCall and Dr. Pamela Guest Mr. and Mrs. William McClelland Mr. and Mrs. John McDougald Ms. Scotti McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGowan Mr. Michael McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Richard McHenry Mr. and Mrs. Brian McMurray McMurray Fabrics Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Meeks Mr. and Mrs. Michael Melton Michael Henry DDS Michelle Bolton Photography Mid Carolina Gastroenterology Mid Pines Inn and Golf Club Ms. Cassie Miles Mr. and Mrs. James Miles Mr. Stuart Mills and Mrs. Helen Probst Mills Ms. Sondra Miller Dr. Chris Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Miller Moe’s Southwest Grill Monk’s Furniture Warehouse Moore Music Moore on Stage Moore to Learn Morgan Miller Dr. and Mrs. Walter Morris Dr. Amy Moubry Mr. Shane Moubry Drs. Henry and Theresa Moyle Mt. Fuji Japanese Steak House My Sister’s Closet Mr. and Mrs. Ron Myers Nana’s Gemstone Jewelry National Golf Club Nature’s Own NC State Wolfpack Club Neighborhood Dry Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Al Nester New York Deli Nichols Pottery Nick Price Collection/Royal Threads Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noelke North Carolina Symphony North Carolina Zoo Dr. and Mrs. Gerard O’Donnell Mr. Corbin O’Donnell Ms. Marci O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Leary Old Baldy Foundation Old Gap Pottery Old Sport and Gallery
Old Village Golf Shop Ole Fish House Olive Garden O’Neal School Booster Club O’Neal School Parents’ Association Ms. Mable Osbourne Outback Steakhouse Par 3 Car Wash Party Poopers Too Mr. and Mrs.Tom Pashley Pauline and Lizbeth Studio Peking Wok Perry Brothers Tire Service Person to Person Art Studio and Gallery Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips Phoenix Fashions Pinehurst Medical Clinic - Pulmonary Pinehurst Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Center Pinehurst Patio and Casual Furnishings Pinehurst Radiology Pinehurst Resort Pinehurst Resort Food and Beverage Dept. Pinehurst Surgical Facial Plastic Surgery Center Pinehurst Surgical Vascular and Vein Care Center Pinetree Shuttle Pizza Hut PJ’s Auto Care, Inc. Ms. Ellene Place Players Sports Cafe Mr. and Mrs. F. Huling Poston, III Potpourri Radio Shack Railside Antiques Rainbow Cycles Raleigh Little Theater Raleigh Street Gallery Red Canvas Gallery Rent-A-Wreck Resort Rentable Services Restaurant 195 Rhett’s Personal Chef and Catering River Jack Outdoor Trading Co. Riverside Adventure Co. Ro Art Mr. Josh Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robbins Robbins, May and Rich LLC Mr. and Mrs. Houston Roberts Robert’s Golf Shop Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ronalter, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rosenberger Ross Stores RSVP at the Market Place Ms. Jenell Rubin Sallie Gentry Sandhills Academic Advantage, LLC Sandhills Academy of Gymnastics Sandhills Bowling Center Sandhills Cardiology Associates Sandhills Office Supply Sandhills Pediatrics Sandhills Pet Resort Sandhills Torque All-Star Cheerleading Sandhills Transportation Mr. and Mrs. Steve Saye Ms. Farrah Scodius Seagrove Candle Company Store Shops on Broad Street Ms. Jean Skipper Sleep Well Mattress and Furniture Snack Shack Sonic Drive-In Southern Builders Inc. Southern Pines Paper Co./ At Home Spa Services by Marianna Hopson Stage Presents Star Auto Service State Farm Agent Becca Hughes State Farm Agent, Bill McClelland Stoneybrook Steeplechase Dr. and Mrs. John Streitman Mr. John Struck Style Infusion Subway - Rt. 5 Subway-Pinecrest Plaza Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sugg Susan Rice Truffle Products Sweet Basil Sweet Charity’s Homemade Candy Sweet Feed Catering Talamore Golf Partners Mr. and Mrs. Ted Taws Taylor Dance TCBY/beriyo Terpsichore..A Moving Experience Thai Orchid That’s A Deli/Old South Diner The Barn Restaurant The Bluf Golf Links The Chompin’ Ground The Clothes Horse The Coffee Scene The Country Bookshop The Design Studio The Market Place Restaurant
The Pi Golf Links The Pilot The Refinery Salon The Sanford Herald The Shoals Club The Skin Enhancement Center of Pinehurst Dermatology The Spa at Pinehurst The Windowbox Thomas Toohey Brown Photography Time Out Clock Shop Tobacco Road Golf Club Mr. and Mrs. Rich Tompkins Toni Cappell Drs. Joseph and Kim Tozzi Track Restaurant Tramway Veneers, Inc. Traveling Chic Boutique Mr. and Mrs. Don Trexler Mr. and Mrs. Wes Underwood Unfinished Furniture Outlet University of North Carolina UPS Store Valenti’s Italian Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Randy Vest Village Design Group Vito’s Ms. Kathleen Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wagner Wags and Whiskers Pet Bakery and Certified Grooming Drs. Samuel and Michele Wahl Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walker Warner Bros. Consumer Products Mr. Marvin Waters Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weatherly Wet N Wild/Emerald Pointe Mr. Hal Whansley WHIM- With Home In Mind Whispering Woods Golf Club Ms. Beth Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Greg Wilder Wild Birds Unlimited Mr. David Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Wilson Windridge Gardens, LLC Wine Cellar and Tasting Room Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolferman Mr. and Mrs. T.P. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Woodell Mr. and Mrs. Don Woodfield Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wornom Ms. Joanne Worth Ms. Lisa Youngclaus
The O’Neal School Parents’ Association Summary of Revenue and Expenses Revenue:
Giftwrap Income Tag Sale Spirit Wear Other
$14,025 4,488 7,068 722
Fundraising School Programs Spirit Wear O’Neal Decals Activites Center Furniture
$11,035 6,117 4,073 900 6,000
Spirit Wear 27%
AC Furniture 25%
Giftwrap Income 53%
Tag Sale 17%
Spirit Wear 17%
School Programs 26%
Expenses: Fundraising Expenses include: Giftwrap, and Tag Sale and Spirit Wear. School Programs Expenses include: Annual Picnic, Sunshine Fund, Teacher and Staff Appreciation, Hospitality, Lower Liaison, Newsletter and Sponsor A New Family.
The O’Neal School Booster Club Summary of Revenues and Expenses Revenue
Category Administration Auction Athletic Awards Banquets Bank Charges Breast Cancer Awareness Night Charity - Kay Yow Cancer Fund Coach’s Dinner Concessions Gate Homecoming Interest Income Membership Peking Wok Petty Cash Physicals Senior Recognition Awards Special Projects Capital Campaign Scorer’s Table & Chairs Cafe Tables & Chairs Portable Sound System Banners Spirit Items State Volleyball Tournament Valentine Gift Packs
$ 70.00 $ 6,090.50 $ 3,255.00 $ 1,228.00 $ 2.33 $ 6,840.00 $11,023.00 $ 600.00 $ 1,275.00
$ 1,144.48 $ 180.48 $ 1,714.79 $ 24.00 $ 72.95 $ 360.00 $ 1,175.00 $ 3,272.19 $
$ 60.00 $ 7,013.00 $ 700.00 $988.80
$ 7,116.50 $ 224.50 $ 3,000.00
$10,000.00 $ 5,662.00 $ 2,659.90 $ 2,187.00 $ 377.13 $ 4,404.43 $ 147.27 $ 1,235.33
The Oâ€™Neal School
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