Robinson High School Foundation
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If you have any questions about the benefit or would like to get involved, please contact James Baker, 2016 RHS Foundation Benefit Chair at email@example.com or 813-546-8739 (cell)
If you purchase individual tickets above, all information is provided to us via the payment screen.
If you purchase any of the Partnership Packages online, please make sure you click on and complete the form below and email to Ann Shaler, Partner Chair, so that we have your complete information.
Westshore Yacht Club is a gated community that requires visitors names to access the property. You must provide your names and your guests names in order to gain entry at the gate and into the event. Please make sure you include this information where requested.
Do you have an item you would like to donate to the Silent/Live Auction? Can you ask your local salon, store, restaraunt or any other business you frequent to donate an item for the Benefit? If everyone could get at least one item to donate, we could break all records this year. All information can be found on the form below.
The deadline to be included on the Partnership Banners at school and in the Benefit Program is September 23, 2016. Make sure you either pay online by this date or send check to PO Box with form to be received by this date.
Thank you to all of our Chairs that have already volunteered to make this event a success. If you would like to help, please reach out to that Chair via email.
"Growing Leaders One Knight at a Time!"
Providing financial and volunteer support for the Robinson High School community and campus
Robinson High School’s IB Class of 2015 achieved an unprecedented 100 percent IB Diploma rate, one of only 36 IB programs nationwide and the only one in Florida to achieve this honor.
RHS Foundation funding has provided or assisted with projects such as:
- Two electronic marquees and protective covers
- Award-winning college and career center, The Cube
- A vibrant faculty grant program
- Upgraded classroom technology
- Campus irrigation and landscaping
- Audiovisual equipment
- Gymnasium PA system
- Assistance for student clubs, band and athletic teams
- Operating budget assistance for the RHS PTSA
- Athletic facility improvements
- Auditorium upgrades (in progress)
Why does RHS need a foundation?
A foundation sets goals and raises funds for improvements that may not be in the school district budget. Teacher grants allow RHS faculty members to pursue classroom improvements, equipment needs, teaching aids and training that may not otherwise be available to them - ultimately benefitting the students. Without assistance from the RHS Foundation, many of these needs may go unmet or come out of the pockets of the teachers.
How can you help?
Support the RHS Foundation by becoming a Community or Family Partner. Attend the Foundation’s annual fundraising event. Volunteer to support the Foundation’s activities. Get involved and help a school that is rising to a higher level of excellence as the best high school in the county.
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