Forms for donating can be found HERE
St. Hedwig School Leadership
Fr. Chris Heath Pastor
Jennifer Anderson Assistant Principal
Kelly Hentges 2017/2018 Auction Chair
2017/2018 PTO Board
Dear St. Hedwig School Supporters,
In one night, with your donation, we can change the future for generations of children.
In 2017 the Annual Saint Hedwig School Dinner Auction raised enough money to fund school-wide air conditioning and new windows for the first time in the school's 57-year history. This year we've set our sights on implementing a dynamic STEM curriculum in grades K-8. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. STEM projects utilize an interdisciplinary approach to instruction made up of real-life knowledge and application. Concepts work together to foster creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication.
Our annual auction, which will be held Friday, April 20, at The Grand in Long Beach, is the primary fundraising source for our school. This year’s theme is a casual night in Havana. Thanks to the generous support of our community and businesses like yours, the auction also keeps tuition affordable and provides resources needed to stay competitive in an ever-changing academic environment.
Please consider supporting the auction in one or more ways:
• Become a sponsor • Make a cash donation or underwrite an expense • Donate an item, gift certificate, collectible, tickets to a sporting event or show, etc. • Purchase an ad in the Auction Program Booklet
We are happy to arrange a pickup from your business. Forms for donations can be found HERE by clicking the link.
SHS has 385 students enrolled in transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade. Without public financial support, we rely on donations from our community — and turn them into tools that foster a lifelong love of learning in our children. We're grateful for all you do to help us make that happen.
Saint Hedwig School
The mission of St. Hedwig School is to inspire and guide our students in the harmonious development of their spiritual, intellectual, psychological, social, physical, and aesthetic gifts. In living out this mission, we strive to create a nurturing atmosphere.
Presently, SHS has 385 students enrolled in transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade. Without public financial support, we rely on donations from our community — and turn them into tools that foster a lifelong love of learning in our children.
We're grateful for all you do to help us make that happen.