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          Making A Difference

          Daniel Stock

          Donors speak to the enduring impact of GDS.

          Since its inception, the One GDS 社区 Crisis Fund 具有从根本施主能级每个社区选区绘制的支持。该基金致力于支持谁已经在经济上遭受covid-19的结果的家庭,将提供更多的财政援助资源,让我们的精彩社区的整体。此外,所筹资金将用于搁置在学校的自由裁量权的头部,拿出一部分资金,以便在解决其他需要可用于教师,员工和社区的其他成员出现的这种流行病的结果,最大的灵活性。

          与他们的礼物一起,捐助者包括该说话给我们的家庭GDS的使命驱动的工作,我们的教师的奉献精神和关怀的意见。在这个岗位,并在未来几周内,我们将分享一些我们最喜欢的意见,希望你会考虑成为的支持者加入当前的家庭,教师,校友,校友的父母,祖父母,前教师,和其他人一个GDS社会危机基金。

          This week, we are sharing comments from donors that speak to the enduring impact GDS has had and continues to have on the lives of students and families. 校友, former faculty, alumni parents, and even current parents note the way a GDS education and the community itself guides and enriches their lives long beyond their days on campus. 

          明矾卡拉范伯格'94写道,“我做了那里的连接是在现在,从朋友和谁投资于我,重视我想值我自己的事情教师。那种联系我继续做的心脏”在GDS建立的关系不仅是宝贵的,持久的,而且告知关系的学生在他们的个人生活和职业生涯培养走的品质和性格。

          Parents also feel the GDS impact on their own growth as lifelong learners. Rashida Holman-Jones, the parent of graduating student-athlete Ziyah Holman and incoming PKK twins as well as the Director of Family & 社区 Engagement at the SEED School in DC. She wrote, “We are partners in the work developing the whole child and GDS pushes me to become a deeper advocate for equity. I would not have that lens without GDS. I have a responsibility to grow because my daughter is leading the way!”

          The leadership of our students—who begin to lead with purpose even from the earliest Lower School grades—stems from the support of faculty and staff in partnership with families. High School math teacher Ed Stern, an early crisis fund donor, spoke to the “depth of caring” at GDS that he loves most.

          领导人这样的环境下出现的,我们听到父母谁看到这种增长一次又一次。 “自从来到科林四年级,”吉尔tuennerman和迈克尔·柯克,“我们已经彻底折服说。与教育,是当然的,但更与使命的清晰感和富有同情心的社会的强烈的责任感。 GDS是教学最重要的事情独立性,别人,批判性思维,如何提出正确的问题意识。它不仅生产学者,但全面的人谁去外面的世界更好的人“。

          “我在学校的女儿茁壮成长“,又增加了当前的父。“她爱她的朋友,她的老师,并正在开发优秀的批判性思维技能。我女儿还开发了世界的一个非常接受和富有同情心的看法。”社区和同情的长期戏剧导演和高中表演艺术系劳拉·罗斯伯格还想着她的椅子上谈恋爱的时候,她给了危机基金。 “我喜欢我们是一个社区,我们互相照顾。”

          第一年的父母和危机基金捐助者詹姆斯·吉尔罗伊写道,“我们一直从社会在许多方面令人难以置信的推广不堪重负,从事学校生活的许多机会,显然谁使我们的女儿的第一年,才华横溢的老师在一所新学校这样的成功。我们期待着更多的来当我们对这种流行病的另一边走出来“。

          社区成员认为,更紧迫的是,乔治敦走读学校的持续和普遍种族主义的工作的重要性,是由全国各地可见。在流感大流行造成的痛苦和不公正之苦的脸,我们的使命仍然是一个充满希望的一个。我们被称为来到对方的援助和对方一起战斗;然而与此同时,我们被要求解除对方。 “作为一个明矾和一个无期徒刑的卖瓜,写道:”杰弗里品牌,“GDS需要当回事儿,学习认真,公正和严肃。仍然,GDS敦促学生找到快乐,即使在困难的情况之中。这也是很重要的笑声充满GDS的走廊“。 

          When giving to the Crisis Fund, alum Noah Kaswell ’09 wrote, “I’m very proud to be an alumnus of GDS and I hope this donation makes a small difference in enabling future Hoppers to benefit from the same education I was fortunate enough to have.”

          Whether small or big, your gift, like Noah’s, makes a difference. Whether you have already made a gift, are considering giving again, or plan to make a gift for the first time to the One GDS 社区 Crisis Fund, we invite you to ask yourself how you are making a difference. We are grateful for your generosity and meaningful participation

          今天给

          Truly a gift of any size will make a difference in keeping our community together. It is our hope that the fund will allow members of the GDS community to do what we do best—lean into our mission and come together to support each other as One GDS.

          If you have questions, please contact Lindsey Jacobson, Associate Director of Development at LJacobson@gds.org or 202-295-1061.

           

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