On Friday night the parent teacher organization hosted the school's annual fundraiser. This year's theme was the 1970's.
It included live and silent auctions and a raffle to win a year's worth of tuition valued at $10,000.
"We're so grateful for the PTO they provide a lot of support to the school, and help us do things we won't be able to do otherwise," Dave Davies, Headmaster.
Last year the school used money from the auction to buy computers, interactive boards, and laptops.
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