April 2021 Newsletter
Just 6-weeks left of this unprecedented school year; Guadalupe staff are busy preparing for summer school! We appreciate the support we have received from our community. If you want to help our students make up for lost learning this summer, click here.
We're excited to announce the launch of a new and improved website that features a must-read blog post section—don't forget to check it out! A big shout out to Minduct for helping us complete this huge project.
The Utah Symphony Guild has a partnership with Guadalupe School's Afterschool program where students are offered free violin lessons twice a week. The Symphony Guild provides the violins, music, music stands, and other teaching materials. Music is one of the most life-enriching academic subjects because of its ability to kickstart creativity! It nurtures and develops your child's skills to open new doors and create overall happiness.
Guadalupe School creates a fundamental pillar of arts education for our students. Improve your child's language capabilities, instill perseverance, and bring about their sense of achievement by enrolling with us today at guadschool.org!
Transforming Lives Through Education
Thank you to KRCL 90.9FM for supporting Guadalupe School during their Spring Radiothon! Listeners of the station were able to make a contribution to KRCL and rather than opting to receive a thank you gift, they could designate part of their donation to benefit Guadalupe School. So far KRCL listeners have donated enough money to provide over 250 meals to our students during summer school. Keep on rockin' KRCL!
Guadalupe School's strong financial health, commitment to accountability, and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This is the 7th consecutive year that Guadalupe School has earned this top distinction!
According to Michael Thatcher, President & CEO of Charity Navigator, "Based on its 4-star rating, people can trust that their donations are going to a financially responsible and ethical cause when they decide to support Guadalupe School.”