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Eight years ago, Dilworth Elementary opened its doors as a new neighborhood school. Contributions from the first Tip the Scales campaign were essential in getting Dilworth off to a great start. The generous support of parents and friends for our Tip the Scales campaign has been integral to the success of the school and the education of every student at Dilworth.
We are launching the 2018 Tip the Scales campaign to support the new Dilworth Elementary School that will encompass two campuses and a larger neighborhood reach. Our goal is to continue to provide an exceptional level of support for the students, teachers and staff at both the Sedgefield and Latta campuses and to ensure that both facilities are ready to provide the highest quality of education. Read our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about how the funds will be used and the resources past campaigns have purchased.
Please help us “TIP THE SCALES” and support the success of our students by making a tax-deductible gift to the new Dilworth Elementary School annual campaign.
Our campaign goal for 2018 is $100,000 – every dollar counts and all gifts make an impact on our students. We hope the enthusiasm and support surrounding the new school helps us meet and exceed that financial goal!
We ask that you consider giving what is possible and meaningful to you and your family by February 23, 2018. Thank you to those family, staff and community supporters of the New Dilworth Elementary who have already donated to Tip the Scales campaign: List of 2018 TTS Donors .
Thank you for supporting our school through the Tip The Scales campaign!
April and Thomas Whitlock, Co-Chairs (Two DES Alumni and a 1st Grader)
Lara and Josh Carson, Co-Chairs (5th, 4th and Kindergarten Students)