Talent show, fundraiser
UD's College School plans talent show, fundraiser
3:30 p.m., Dec. 11, 2012--The College School (TCS), a specialized school within the University of Delaware’s College of Education and Human Development, will hold its annual talent show on Wednesday, Dec. 19, from 10 a.m.-noon, in Mitchell Hall.
Members of the student body and staff will entertain the audience with performances including song, dance, drama and comedy. The show is free and the public is welcome to attend.
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In addition, TCS is holding a silent auction and gift basket raffle through Tuesday, Dec. 18, and proceeds will be directed toward athletic and playground equipment for the school. Among the items in the silent auction are a pair of Phillies tickets that include Diamond Club access; a UD basket that contains four men’s basketball tickets and UD spirit items; a complete Stampin’ Up starter kit; a basket containing several gift cards; and a hand-knitted sweater and hat.
There are also 18 fun gift baskets that will be raffled including “Italian Night,” which contains a variety of tasty sauces, olive oil and pastas donated by Café Napoli; the “Literacy Tower,” which includes a $25 gift card to Barnes and Noble, the complete Twilight series and other titles; and the “Power of Sugar,” which features candy.
All items are on display in the TCS lobby at 459 Wyoming Road, where auction bids can be made and raffle tickets may be purchased. Winners will be announced at the talent show on Dec. 19; those who participate do not need to be present to win.
Information on the talent show and the fundraisers can be found online in PDF format.
About The College School
The College School serves children in grades 1-8 with learning differences. By providing small class sizes and an individualized, highly structured program, students develop the academic and social skills necessary to succeed in a traditional classroom. Typically, they are able to return to a mainstream school within three years.
Article by Christina Mason Johnston