Creating a lasting legacy for our 2021 graduates

Congratulations your student’s upcoming graduation!

As proud parents of Piedmont’s 100th class, the Class of 2021, we believe that Millennium High School and Piedmont High School have prepared our students for success in life. That’s why our Senior Parent Committee has committed to making a donation to Piedmont Education Foundation’s endowment fund in honor of this year’s senior class. We would like to encourage you to join us in this long-standing tradition.

For eighteen years the families of graduating seniors have contributed to PEF’s endowment fund in honor of their student. Our students has benefited from the endowment distributions funded by the generosity of past senior parents. Now, it’s our chance to help future generations of MHS and PHS students.

There is a reason why our schools consistently rank in the top-tier of public schools in California. This reason goes beyond our qualified and compassionate teachers and administrators, and beyond books, technology, and athletics. This reason is our community. 

Since our kids were small, together we have attended back to school nights, sporting events and art fairs, designed scarecrows and served hot lunches, and sat on parent club boards. In this challenging year, even when we were physically apart, we supported each other and further defined how we are a community. And here we are, about to watch our children graduate.

Please consider a gift in honor of the outstanding education your student has received; gifts of any amount are welcome. Please make your gift by Friday, June 25 to be recognized in the Exedra and the Piedmont Post.

Feel free to ask proud grandparents to contribute as well! 

Thank you so much for your generosity. We are grateful to have you in our community.

Your Senior Parent Committee, 

Katie Anderson, Kelly Barna, Anne Callahan, Cass Caulfield, Michele Helm, Laura Katter, Teela Ross, Lisa Settlemier, Richard Turner, Sabina Yoon