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The ETHS Foundation will hold its first-ever virtual fundraising event, moving its annual benefit, WILD FOR ETHS, online on at 6:45 p.m. on Feb. 27. The virtual event will feature personal stories and messages from students, as well as musical performances from students and alumni.
Performers will include Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller ‘01, educator and performer Matthew Hunter ‘05, and an exclusive arrangement by Ian Weinberger ‘05, Musical Director of the Broadway sensation Hamilton.
This fundraising event will help create impactful and transformative spaces and support students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Foundation priorities this year include the Student & Family Response Fund; providing pandemic support, updates to the Girls Locker Room and the creation of an All-Gender Locker Room, an expanded and redesigned Literacy Lab and literacy resources, investment in the STEAM Design Thinking & Innovation course, investment in Geometry in Construction, and an expanded band practice field with the addition of a new conductor tower.
Information about tickets and the fundraiser is available at zhe Foundation’s WILD FOR ETHS website.