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A JK THROUGH 12 INDEPENDENT SCHOOL IN CHARLOTTE, NC

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2020-21 Giving Report

When we began the 2020–21 school year, we knew we would face a challenge like none other in our school's long history, navigating through in-person learning during a global pandemic.

Thanks to the support, trust, and commitment of a strong school/parent partnership, Country Day was able to deliver its mission for our students. The school year brought the largest enrollment in school history, support for the Country Day Fund reached nearly $2.35 million, and the Board remained focused on its strategic priorities, including our continued progress with our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion goals and the search for a new Head of School after Mark Reed announced he was leaving after a highly impactful 12-year tenure.

In this issue of Perspectives, we invite you to review the financial, admissions, and giving reports for the 2020–21 school year, along with the donor rolls.

I can't thank the faculty, staff, and administration enough for their tremendous hard work, diligence, and flexibility to provide in-person learning for our students.

SCOTT STEVENS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHAIR

Listed below are additional donor rolls as referenced in the printed Impact and Giving Report.

Despite our efforts to ensure the accuracy of the names listed in the donor rolls, errors do sometimes occur. If your name has been omitted or misprinted, please accept our sincerest apology and e-mail Robin Furr at robin.furr@charlottecountryday.org so we can correct the record. Gifts received after June 30, 2021, will appear in the 2021–22 Donor Roll.

2019-20 Impact Report