Through October 19, our gifts received for the annual fund total $671,077. This represents 36% of our total budgeted need of $1.85 million for this school year. Please consider giving to the tuition assistance fund to help our students and families this school year.
At Rehoboth, many of our families have been affected financially due to job loss or a reduction in the sales revenue of arts and crafts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our desire is to assist any families that are struggling to keep their tuition payments at the level they had intended. Please help us step into the lives of our families with a gift to the Rehoboth Jubilee Fund by clicking this link.
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Our teachers and staff have shared items needed for classrooms, food service, maintenance, athletics, and administration. Click here to see how you can help!
This annual program helps to provide for our athletic needs while promoting your business. Click here for this school year’s needs and how you can sign up to be a sponsor.
The Rehoboth Board and Association have approved a capital campaign to raise $600,000 to cover the cost of six new propane-fueled buses and a fueling station. Each new Blue Bird Vision 71 passenger bus has a cost of $95,945.
The stretch goal for our transportation campaign includes raising an additional $175,000 for a new Blue Bird All American Activities bus, which will be used not only for our field trips, music tours, and athletics needs but also serve as a backup for our daily route buses.
We are excited to have 4 of the new propane buses on campus with the remaining 2 buses to arrive soon! We have been blessed with commitments totaling $549,217 including the grant from the VW Settlement Fund. The remaining need for the initial goal of 6 propane-fueled buses is $50,783.
To give to the Transportation Capital Campaign, click here.
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