Thank You

for helping us

reach our goal!

What We’re Doing This year!

To be announced soon.

Messages to the students

Karthik

Have fun reading.
Iyengar
Matson

We are proud of you.
Love Uncle Brian & George
Izadora

well done Izz o xo
Amelia
Dylan

We are so proud of you! Every day seems like reading day for you
Mom and Dad

The Day of Reading is a different kind of student fundraiser – one that inspires the imagination, links children together through the magic of storytelling, AND raises money for some exciting enhancements to our campus and programs. Our students look forward to their friends and family sponsoring them to spend a day at school doing what they love – reading!

We are currently seeking a Matching Donor with the hope of having a total of $5,000 (or more) matching funds. Would you like to match or increase the amount? Email Jacqueline Valle, or call 646-8236 x153

STUDENTS: After 18 days of inspiring friends and family to give, on March 20, the Oak Grove students will come to school in their jammies, along with a favorite stuffed toy and a treasured book. High School students will be paired with a buddy in the younger grades and the day will be spent exploring the magic of words and pictures.

GRANDPARENTS & PARENTS: Also on March 20, Oak Grove parents and grandparents are invited to come to school in their jammies (or at least something comfortable) and read too! You are welcome to visit your grandchild/child in the classroom. Please arrange this beforehand, directly with the student’s teacher.

Please sign in at the Main House Front Office at the start of your visit, where there will be coffee, tea, and snacks available.

This year’s Day of Reading is different in a big way!
To be announced.

The event spreads beyond campus to extended family and friends, because each one of us can make a donation large or small to sponsor the Day of Reading.

Sponsor a student today.
Thank you for helping to make a difference.

“We want our two girls to be supported with a foundation of compassion, intellectual inquiry, and creative expression. We want them to build on the qualities of joy and curiosity that they embody right now so that they remain the essential parts of who they are as adults.”

Watch last year’s Day of Reading launch …