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  • Annual Report 2009 - 2010HAVERN SCHOOL
  • Mission Statement Havern School provides a specialized education program for elementary and middle school students with diagnosed learning disabilities. Utilizing a 4:1 student to staff ratio, master teachers, occupational therapists, and speech/language pathologists provide a comprehensive program of intervention services. Our ultimate goal is to create confident learners who will achieve success beyond Havern School. Havern School is a nationally recognized community of professionals, parents, families, and friends working together to address the individual academic, social, and emotional needs of our students.1 We believe in a child’s ability to learn.
  • Our 44 th school year was marked by an important milestone with the accreditation of Havern Schoolby the Association of Colorado Independent Schools (ACIS). Realization of thislong term goal was achieved through the focused work of the entire schoolcommunity – administrators, faculty, parents, trustees and students! The journeythrough the accreditation process allowed for celebration of the school’s manystrengths, including: • A long and stable history • A strong and consistent mission and program • Highly skilled teachers and therapists • A supportive and committed parent community • Our debt free financial positionWhile we are proud of these fine attributes, our greatest reasons for celebration are the successfullearning experiences of our students. Nothing can compare to the joy of listening as a child reads forthe first time or watching as a student navigates her way up the climbing wall, overcoming personalfears and obstacles.These joyful celebrations, big and small, are made possible by the gifts of energy, time, talent andfinancial resources given by many friends and benefactors of Havern School. On behalf of the studentsand teachers I offer a collective “thank you” for your generous support. You are appreciated!Cathleen PasquarielloHead of School 2
  • Board of Trustees 2009-2010 David C. Barth Peter D. Bowes Amy Burnett Pamela Copp, M.D. Matt Dorighi, M.D. Elizabeth Hesse Chris Koupal Cathy Mueller, SL Mike Price Erin Shrago, Psy D. Denise B. Small John Weckbaugh Don Wendell Mary Catherine Widger, SL3 We believe that children develop self-confidence from academic success.
  • Dear Friends of Havern, New technology is everywhere these days-our offices, our homes, and even our classrooms. But as wonderful as these tools can be, they are only an accessory to what really makes up Havern School. At Havern School, Smart Boards may be new technology but they are also a long standing tradition. I have the honor to serve with a diverse, accomplished, and, well, Smart Board of Trustees who volunteer their time and so much more to fulfill the school’s mission. Theirleadership is invaluable in maintaining our current program and looking to the school’s future.Even with all of the advanced technology available, a classroom still needs ateacher. And Havern School is blessed with a dedicated and talented teachingand administrative staff. This year was the culmination of a lot of hard workby this exceptional group and resulted in Havern School being accredited bythe Association of Colorado Independent Schools. Quite an accomplishment!Technology is helpful and exciting, and at times even inspiring. But it stillcomes down to people - special people like you - working and giving in waysgreat and small, to make Havern School a place of success for our students.Thanks for your continued support,Denise SmallChair, Board of Trustees 4
  • About Havern SchoolHavern School has been educating children in the Denver metro area since 1966. We are a full-service, independent day school for elementary and middle-school students with learning disabilities. With a student to staff ratio of 4:1, we are able to offer individual and small-group attention to each child. We emphasize the areas of language arts and mathematics in daily classes. Our comprehensive program includes speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, and social skills instruction. Classes in digital/computer skills, art, music, and drama round out our curriculum. 5 We believe that children with learning disabilities
  • Fundraising at Havern School There are two distinct fundraising entities at Havern School. 1. Havern School Development Havern School Development fundraisers supplement the general operation of the school and the scholarship fund, or underwrite major improvements such as new playground equipment. These fundraising events include the Annual Fund Campaign, the spring Garden Party Fundraiser, and the fall “Chip in for Havern” Golf Tournament. 2. Parents for Havern Parents for Havern fundraisers support activities that enrich student learning and community spirit, such as in-house assemblies and child/parent activities. These fundraising events include sales of grocery/gift cards, the Sally Foster giftwrap sale, the Scholastic Book Fair, and the Usborne Book Fair. 6benefit from small group instruction...
  • Golf Tournament and Garden Party Fundraisers The 8th Annual Garden Party Fundraiser Date: May 2009 (fiscal year 2009 - 2010) Proceeds To: The Havern School Tuition Assistance Fund Total Raised: $43,850 The 25th Annual “Chip in For Havern” Golf Tournament Date: September 2009 Proceeds To: The Havern School Tuition Assistance Fund Total Raised: $17,864 The 9th Annual Garden Party Fundraiser Date: May 2010 (fiscal year 2009 - 2010) Proceeds To: The Havern School Tuition Assistance Fund Total Raised: $38,4387... and a structured, consistent, multi-sensory approach to education.
  • Annual Giving Campaign Giving Campaign Annual 2009-2010 The Annual Giving Campaign Date: 2009 - 2010 Proceeds To: The General Operating Fund Total Raised: $35,87558% of Havern families participated in the 2009-2010 Annual Giving Campaign, a new record for the school.Participation (not donation amount) = the key to success in the Annual Giving Campaign! 2009 - 2010 Participation Levels Board of Trustees 100% Staff 100% Families 58% 8
  • Donors 2009-2010 Kathy & Phil Barenberg Scott & Robin Christie Thomas Dumstorf David & Leslie Barth Denis & Sandy Clanahan Harvey Dunham Marelise Beckmann Tom & Laurie Clark Tamara Dunlap Lise Bellmar Ann & Greg Clute Gail Duree Mrs. Margaret Bellmar CNT Group Ronald Edelman, DPM Stuart & Kathleen Bennett Lynn Cohen Marie Ego, S.L. Pete & Peggy Bernardis John & Rosemary Coleman Carol & Max Ehrlich Tom & Gail Bezdek Mrs. Margaret Coonrod Robert & Theresa Eisinger Joan Birkland Jack & Paulette Cooper Tarek El Gammal & Pamela Gerard Natalie Blecher Pam & Mike Copp Errin Elizondo & Amanda Piscopo Blue Spruce Life Member Club MaryPat Coughlin & Ed Farrell Denise & John Ensslin of Qwest Pioneers Robin & Craig Courtney Darren & Siobhan Eubanks Irene Blum Mary Ann Coyle, S.L. Dean EvansRoberta Abbott Linda & Richard Bluhm Mr. & Mrs. J. Wilson Craighead Jonathan & Cheryl FairRob & Mark Adams Jacqueline Bolders-Frazier John & Carmen Cripe Frank & Mary Kay FarinaLawrence Adler, M.D. & George & Janet Borrego Mary Ann Cunningham, S.L. Jo Anne Farley Shoshana Shapiro Adler, Ph.D. Peter & Devon Bowes Brian & Maria Cunningham Mrs. Alberta FiedlerAdriana Aguilar Annette Bradford Brad & Sara Cupp Robert & Nancy FioreMr. & Mrs. Richard Albertus Ted & Jayne Brandt Penny Currier FirstBank Holding CompanyHoward Alexander Maggie & Andrew Bronson Brian & Kristen Dale Tiffany FitzwaterAll Souls Catholic Church Beth Brown Larry & Marilyn Dale Pat & Katie ForsheyAlta Colleges, Inc. Brown & Tedstrom Harry & Becca Dalton Mr. & Mrs. Frank FreyerSandra Anderson Jim & Mary Bruce Rebecca Dalton & Mark Flood Tim FryPhil Antonelli & Jennifer Rodgers Sheila Buckley Sally Dalton & Clayton Frazier Drs. Charles FuenzalidaJean Anzia John Burgess Richard & Julie Damm & Susan SavageJ. J. Appelbaum, M.D. Karen Burgess & Christina Clark Tom Daniels Robert & Norma GarramoneDan Archer & Julie Dionigi Amy & George Burnett Ted Dann Neil & Kay GeitnerAngie Armijo Cletus Byrne, Jr. Nick & Lynn Davis Greg & Lorre GibsonMr. & Mrs. William Armstrong Perry & Glenda Cadman Tom & Janice Davis Amy Giovanini & Ben AhrensLisa Bailey Adriene Callahan Dr. & Mrs. Colman Dell Kerry GiovaniniRaymond Baker Carroll & Mary Campbell Frank & Edith Dell’Apa Kris Giovanini & Doug MeierWilma Brugger Frances D. Campbell Mrs. Betty Denker Joe & Jane GiovaniniJean Ashby & Kenneth Burger Frank & Sue Carmody Mike & Nancy Diefenderfer Sue GiovaniniWillis Ashby & Karen Burch Susan Chabin Robyn & Mike Dino Paul GiuntoPaul A. Bailly Chalat Hatten & Koupal, P.C. Dr. Matt & Sydnee Dorighi Jan & Larry Glassburn9 Cameron & Traci Chandler Wayne & April Dorris Rod Gloria & Cheryl Martinez-Gloria
  • Donors 2009-2010Heather Goeddel & Chad Anderson Sharon Joseph Joe & Happy Lear Cathy Mueller, S.L.Amy & Brian Goyette Denise & Scott Kaplan Joan Van Leeuwen, S.L. Kurt & Laura MuenstermannLinda & Paul Grant Robert Kelce Drs. Mary Ann & Alan Levy Walter & Bonnie MuenstermannLori & Chandler Gray Kendra Kelly Bill & Becky Levy Todd MunsonArnold Greenberg Bob & Hazel Kern Mark & Patty Levy Brian NelsonMr. Fred Griffen Kelly Kern Lindquist & Vennum Mary Smid NewmanLori Grgurich Frank & Janet Kester Larry & Joni Litvak Peter & Betty NeyMr. & Mrs. D. M. Gustin Doug & Margie Kidd Ron Litvak & Amy Gaines Dave & Eileen NickelRon & Renee Guy Tim & Ginger Kimpton Jim Lockhart Mr. & Mrs. J. W. NollenbergerTom & Kathy Hagglund Knights of Columbus, Mrs. Jane Hardaway Loflin Mr. & Mrs. Bart O’ConnorCory & SuAnne Hall Ave Maria Council #7880 Mrs. Dolores D. Loiseau-Robinson Tim O’ConnorJames & Linda Hall OLF Knights of Columbus Ida Lombardi Thomas R. O’DonnellKimberly Hall Knights of Columbus, Mike & Tina Lowery Richard R. OlsonLarry Hanson Denver Council #539 Sylvia Luyten Ronald & Barbara OlsonDeborah Hargreaves Mary Ann Knutson Dr. Jeff Maen Kathleen M. O’Malley, S.L.Chris Harmon Gene Koebel Jerry & Susan Maly Hugh & Colleen OsborneRick & Christy Hatcher Michaela Kolberg Nancy & Buck MannHearthstone Fund, Inc. Ken & JoEllen Kopatich James MaronickLiz & Peter Hesse Chris & Laura Koupal Jeff & Donna MartinDr. & Mrs. William Hiatt Jane E. Kosters Sharon & Lanny MartinJohn & Elizabeth High Darrrel & Ginny Krause Robert & Barbara MayberryMrs. Toni Hirsh Richard A. Krebs Mary Ellen McElroy, S.LMichael & Julie Hogan Cole & Deb Krems MDC/Richmond American HomesMary Liz & Jim Holmes Mr. & Mrs. C. H. Kroeckel FoundationFrances Hopp Gary & Janis Kulhanek Ken & Melva MeierSteve & Carol Hopp Dean & Martina LaGrange Sosh MeierGeorge & Nancy Horn Neeli Lambert Mr. & Mrs. Robert MenkMr. Charles Howard Walter Lampl Amy & John MessengerJill & Bryan Hoylman Robert & Lynn Langfield Lisa Farber Miller & David MillerLea Isetti Landmark Lincoln-Mercury Albert J. Millus, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Jacobs Chris & Susan Lane Rahul & Christina MiraniJohn & Cindy Jeffries Micah & Lynsee Lang Don & Mary MitchellSandra & Jay Johnson Debbie & Chris Laschinger Mrs. Gloria MoellerSarah Johnson Chet Latcham Mrs. Priscilla MooreDon & Kim Jones Mr. & Mrs. John Laverty Eddie MongeKirk & Carrie Jones Karl & Monika Leaf Virgil & Kelsy Moses 10
  • Donors 2009-2010Jeremy & Amanda Osenga Irving & Marilyn Ritchie Steve & Kathryn Smith Charles & Helen WempeBob & Carolyn Osman Eric & Cella Roberts Michael Smith Ms. Amy WhalenScott & Kim Pankratz Becky & Dave Romero William Sobesky, PhD. Mary Catherine Widger, S.L.Parents for Havern Carol Rossi & Bill Rossi Joan Spero, S.L. Paul & Barbra WinklerBrenda Pardy Bradley Rothhammer Marlene Spero, S.L. Laura WiermanCathy & Michael Pasquariello John & Bernie Rottschafer Blaine Spies Ms. Debra WildeSara Pasquariello Joe & Ellen Ruble John & Bernadette Spillane Clara L. Winter, M.D.Harold Patterson St. Martin De Porres Catholic Church Ken & Linda Stacey Dennis & Debbie WitteCraig & Christi Pepper Carter & Barbara Sales Steinhauser Foundation Ms. Franny WollenweberHoward & Catherine Perea Maura Saracusa Abby Stoddard Mark & Monika WoodJoe Perez Michael Saracusa Rick Stoddard Robert & Judith WurtzebachCynthia Petermann & Dennis Moreau Lori Grumet Schapiro Jack Swanzy Young Professionals NetworkKerry Phelps Sidney Schetina Judith Tartaglia Bob ZarlengoAnthony & Donna Piscopo Dorothy Scheopner, S.L. Kathryn & Michael Taylor Mr. David ZauderJoe & Jill Polito Andrew Schroeder Telecom Pioneers Pete & Callie ZelaskoSamuel & Sondra Polizzotto Kathy & Bud Schroeder Mark & Gretchen Trail Tasha Zoller & Kent FreedLynne B. Pred, PhD. Nora Schrutt Ms. Clara Trout Tom & Maureen ZupancichMike & Susan Price Barbara Schulte, S.L. Robert Trout & Jill BoiceCarol Primeau Lori Schultz Loye & Jenny TroxlerGeoffrey & Debra Prior C. L. Shainholtz John B. TruebloodSherri & Craig Pritchett Amy Shapiro Larry Tucker & Tiffanie Stasiak You make dreams come true!Mrs. W. M. Pryor, Jr. Dan & Michelle Shapiro Rayburn TuckerErna Lou Pyle Arnold & Annelie Sherwood Joan Van De Venter-BellQueen of Peace Catholic Church Erin Shrago, Psy.D. Ms. Elizabeth VechMargaret Quinn, S.M. & Gary Hoggan, M.D. George Ann & Buzz VictorMary Catherine Rabbitt, S.L. Louis & Barb Sickler Tony & Deanne VizurragaEvan & Debbie Randall Len & Sue Silverman Dale & Marty WagnerTim Raub Jeff & Mary Simley John & Carol WallSusan Reddy Sisters of Loretto Keagan WalshMarie Joann Rekart, S.L. Don & Lorraine Skupsky Mary A. WalshFrances & Rachel Rengers James & Carol Small Steve & Nancy WatsonJoan & Dael Rich Dr. James & Denise Small Richard & Jacquelin Weber If we have omitted or misspelledTom & Suzanne Richebacher Mike & Kathy Smid John & Suzy Weckbaugh your name, please notify us andBarbara Rigel Pat & Kathleen Smid Walter & Janice Weckbaugh accept our sincere apologies.Kathleen & Richard Riley Mike & Christine Smith Don & Pam Wendell 11 We believe that children with learning disabilities can
  • Donors 2009-2010 Foundation Gifts 2009-2010 The Audrey K. Dines Memorial Fund The Galena Foundation Huisking Foundation Helen K. & Arthur E. Johnson Foundation Morgridge Family Foundation J. K. Mullen Foundation The Weckbaugh Foundation The Zarlengo Foundation 12become effective self-advocates.
  • Tuition covers only 77% of the cost of educating a Havern student. Audited Statement of Financial Activities Year ended May 31, 2010 Revenue $1,678,369 Expenses $1,706,099 ���������������� ��������� ������������� �������� ������������������ ����������� ��������� ������������� ������� ���������� ���������� ����������� ���������� �������� ����������������� ���������� ������������ ��������� ����� ������������� ����� ������������� �������� Change in Net Assets (27,730) ������������������� �� ��� �� �� ��� ��� ��� ��������� ������������������� ��������� ������������������������� ����������� �����������������13 ������������
  • Audited Statement of Financial PositionYear ended May 31, 2010ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETSCurrent Assets LiabilitiesCash $143,807 Accrued Salaries/Benefits $193,376Accounts Receivable $20,886 Prepaid Tuition $59,500Prepaid Expenses $1,555 Accrued Expenses $5,519Total Current Assets $166,248 Total Liabilities $258,395Furniture & Equipment, at cost $171,621 Net AssetsLeasehold Improvements $314,017Less: Accumulated Depreciation ($271,034) Net Assets, beginning balance 6/1/09 $1,138,092 $214,604 Change in Net Assets $79,194Endowment $1,093,439 Net Assets, ending balance 5/31/10 $1,217,286Other Assets $1,390TOTAL ASSETS $1,475,681 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $1,475,681 14
  • Parents for Havern Fundraising PFH Fundraising Activities 2009 - 2010 Sally Foster Giftwrap Sale $2307.35 (net) Scholastic Book Fair Proceeds $1597.89 (net) Scrip and Gift Card Sales $3441.68 (net) Usborne Book Fair Sales $350.00 (net) (plus $600 in books for the Havern library) rs: TOTAL: $7696.92 u te e r Ho lun r o f Vo th ) e 6 Mon l N umb 271 per Tota Hou rs te er Volun (226 15 We believe that children with learning disabilities
  • Parents for Havern About Parents for Havern Parents for Havern (PFH), the school’s parent association, sponsors activities that enhance and enrich the students’ school experience, build a strong parent community, and offer fun and educational opportunities. In 2009-2010, PFH events included: Classroom Field Trips Educational Assemblies Havern Community Thanksgiving Lunch Staff Appreciation Week Buddy Breakfasts Annual May Carnival and Picnic Carol Wall Parents for Havern President 16benefit from a strong school and family partnership.
  • We Teach Children How to Learn Havern School’s goals are to help our students to... ... see themselves as effective learners ... strengthen academic and social skills ... identify and understand their academic profiles ... learn strategies for success ... communicate their learning styles and become self-advocates ... achieve success beyond Havern School17
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