The Storm King School Alumni Association
The Storm King School Alumni Association is governed by an Alumni Council that oversees all Storm King Alumni engagement activities. Everyone who has attended The Storm King School for at least one term is considered an alumnus/a of the School and a SKS Alumni Association member. Currently, the alumni association consists of approximately 3,000 former students and graduates.
The Alumni Council, made up of 14 elected members representing each decade of SKS classes, governs the Storm King School Alumni Association. The Alumni Council/Association President serves as an ex officio member of the SKS Board of Trustees.
Three times a year, the School invites the Storm King Alumni Council and all members of the SKS Alumni Association to campus to hear from the School’s leadership and receive an in-depth look into the ongoing life of The Storm King School. Working through committees, the Alumni Council focuses on projects that help strengthen alumni engagement and philanthropy including Alumni Awards, Career Night, Reunion Weekend, Senior Class Luncheons, and The Storm King Fund.
Alumni Council Charter Statement:
The Storm King School’s Alumni Council is a volunteer body with representation from each decade of classes. The mission of the Council is to partner with the Office of Alumni and Development to build and perpetuate an alumni community of support for the school. The council meets three times per year (Fall, Winter, and Spring) and works through committees focused on alumni philanthropy and engagement.
To be considered for Alumni Council membership, please contact Lynn Crevling ’72, Director of Alumni Relations at email@example.com or at 845-458-7517
Richard Broughton '54
Lynn Crevling '72, Secretary; Alumni Director
Tom Delaney '58
David Gilmore '61
Chris Bonner '66
Scott Cantor '73, President
Adam Eisen '80
Steve Bluth '83
Charles Cordero '92
Christine Watson '94
Sele Birchwood '09
John Flores '12
Madison Sergi '14
Luke Sollami '08
|Class Year||Term ending 7/1/2019||Term ending 7/1/2020||Term ending 7/1/2021||Term ending 7/1/2022|
|Members beginning terms in 2018-2019|
|Christopher Bonner||1966||Term 1|
|Adam Eisen||1980||Term 1||Term 2|
|Madison Sergi||2014||Term 1||Term 2|
|Richard Broughton||1954||Term 1|
|Scott Cantor||1973||Term 1|
|Tom Delaney||1958||Term 1|
|David Gilmore||1961||Term 1|
|Sele Birchwood||2009||Term 1|
|Steve Bluth||1983||Term 1|
|Charles Cordero||1992||Term 1|
|Christine Watson||1994||Term 1|
|Johnathan Flores||2012||Term 1|
|Luke Sollami||2008||Term 1|
|Members beginning terms in 2019-2020|
|At-Large Member : Jack Besterman||2018||Term 1|
|Larry Spiegel||1969||Term 1|
|Total, Terms Concluding*||3||6||4||4|
|*Members are eligible to run for a second term by vote of the Council.|
|Note: Lynn Crevling '72 is permanent Recording Secretary as Director of Alumni Relations|
2018-19 Council Members and Officers
Sele Birchwood '09
Adam Eisen '80
Steven Bluth '83- 1st Vice President
Johnathan Flores '12
Christopher Bonner '66
David Gilmore '61
Richard Broughton '54
Madison Sergi '14
Scott Cantor '73-President
Christine Watson '94-2nd Vice President
Charles Cordero '92
Tom Delaney '58
Luke Sollami '08
Meetings were held in the fall, winter/spring, and an annual meeting in June on Reunion weekend. Meetings are listed on the SKS website with Upcoming Events. All SKS alumni are welcome to attend Council meetings.
Information on the State of the School
Comprehensive State of the School reports were presented at each meeting covering development, enrollment, budget and finance, and progress on The 2022 Strategic Plan.
Guests from the Storm King community
- October 2018 meeting, Tim Lance, Ph.D., Chair of the Mathematics Department and Dean of Academics spoke about changes in the academic schedule and the impact of the growth in the student population.
- February 2019 meeting, Marti Kwon, Director of College Counseling, History and Social Sciences provided an overview of the college counseling program, including new technology Naviance, an online system for college readiness and also for placement and alumni tracking.
Alumni Council Committees
Nominating Committee, Chairperson Christine Watson ’94. Members: Steven Bluth ’83, Tom Delaney ’58 and Madison Sergi ‘14
- Brought actions for an Alumni Council Member at Large from the alumni body and two vacancies (one term completion and one moving out of the country)
Alumni Outreach and Development Committee, Chairperson Christopher Bonner ’66. Members Adam Eisen ’81 and Sele Birchwood ’09
- Designed and implemented phase one of a three part alumni survey
Awards Committee, Chairperson David Gilmore ’61. Members: Richard Broughton ’54, Charles Cordero ’92, Johnathan Flores ’12 and Luke Sollami ‘08
- Reviewed a continuously increasing number of nominations for the Sports Hall of Fame and Clark Faculty Excellence Award
- Brought actions for new Arts and Humanitarian Awards to begin in 2019-2020
Alumni Engagement in 2018-2019
- Career Night – 13 alumni: Tom Delaney ‘58(ME); Stephen Paley ’60 (CA); Michael McAfee ’75 (DC); Ricky Paull Goldin ’82 (NY); Michelle Farber ’83 (NY); Steve Bluth ’83 (NY); Aaron Adderley ’88 (Bermuda); Jared Caponi ’90 (NY); Symeon Braxton, Ph.D. ’94 (PA); Michael Pock ’94 (NJ); Yasmine LaBarca ’95 (NY); Shenelle Mays-Smith ’01 (GA); Andrew DaSilva ‘06
- Homecoming weekend – Alumni Council meeting, alumni cocktails at the Storm King Golf Club
- Alumni in classrooms – Six alumni: Stephen Paley ’60 - AP Music Theory; Jared Caponi ’90 -Art and Computer Science; Shenelle Mays-Smith ’01 – Entrepreneurship, Fashion and Make-up; Ricky Paull Goldin ’82 - Acting; Tom Delaney ’58 and Andrew DaSilva ’06 – Psychology
- Alumni All-School presenters – Singer/performer Jenna Esposito-Cannazzaro ’96 and Connecticut State Highway Patrol Commander Paul Vance ‘71
- Holiday Party in NYC - 75 attendees
- Alumni Basketball Game -20 attendees
- Storm King School on the Road - Seven regional events: in Florida; Houston and Austin, Texas; Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA; Baltimore, MD; and Atlanta, GA
- Senior Lunch - Alumni Council welcome to new 2019 alumni
The Storm King School
February 10, 2019
Welcome and Opening Comments: A regular meeting of The Storm King School Alumni Council was held on the above date in the Smidt Room of Orr Commons on the campus of the Storm King School. President Cantor ‘73 presided, and Secretary Crevling ‘72 was present as Secretary. The following members were in attendance: Steve Bluth ’83, Sele Birchwood ’09, Richard (Dick) Broughton ’54, Charles Cordero ’92 (by phone), Adam Eisen ’80, Johnathan Flores ’12, David Gilmore ’61, Madison Sergi ’14, and Christine Watson ’94. The following members were excused: Christopher Bonner ’66, and Tom Delaney ’58.
Alumni guests attending were Trevor Hughes ’13, and Luke Sollami ‘08.
Tom Fogarty represented The Storm King School.
Mr. Cantor called the meeting to order at 10:05 am. Headmaster Jonathan Lamb welcomed members and guests, expressing his appreciation for their service to the school. Mr. Cantor opened the meeting with remarks asking members to bring all comments and thoughts to the Council.
Mr. Cantor asked for a motion to approve the October 20, 2018 meeting minutes. Mr. Bluth requested the omission of the phrase on page 1, paragraph 8 “moving away from the agenda” and made a motion to approve with that modification. Ms. Watson seconded and the October 20, 2018 meeting minutes were unanimously approved.
State of the School Update: Tom Fogarty, Chief Development Officer, provided the Council with a report on the State of the School noting that Storm King is healthy and at capacity at 196 students. He reviewed the attached slides. Ms. Watson asked about 75% of the boarding students being international students and asked about the comparison to other schools. Mr. Fogarty responded that other schools are comparable and that SKS competes with other schools for a shrinking number of domestic students, competing also with offers of financial aid. He reported that day students receive about 75% of the financial aid offered each year. Ms. Watson followed up asking if SKS is engaged in activities to target Connecticut, Westchester County, New York City and other geographical areas more likely to afford tuition. Mr. Fogarty said that all means of attracting domestic students are under consideration, including “five day boarding”, which would impact involvement in sports and activities. He continued that SKS is marketing heavily in Texas, Florida, California, Chicago, New York City, and Washington DC, although day schools in those areas offer similar programs. SKS works to distinguish itself with signature programs such as fashion design and environmental studies.
Ms. Watson inquired about building joint relationships with corporations with expatriate families who send their children to boarding schools. Mr. Fogarty cited the use of agents, some of whom represent corporations and embassies.
Mr. Sollami inquired about the implications of larger enrollments on the average class size. Mr. Fogarty responded that, while there is the occasional large class at 18 students, SKS has retained the 6:1 ratio.
Positive trends reported by Mr. Fogarty include that SKS has not had an operating deficit for the past seven years and an endowment that has grown to $5.4M. He also noted that commitments to the SKS capital campaign stand at $1.6 M, of which $1.1 M qualifies for a 1:1 match.
Mr. Fogarty reported that tax changes from the 2017 Tax Reform Act are negatively impacting giving to SKS and nationwide. Ms. Watson commented that this impact is being seen widely. Mr. Fogarty replied that SKS seeks to expand alumni giving with an emphasis on participation. Mr. Eisen suggested that the marketing of monthly recurring donations is a way to build participation in the Storm King Fund. Mr. Cantor emphasized the importance of giving to The Storm King Fund by Alumni Council members in their role as alumni leaders.
Guest Speaker Martha “Marti” Kwon, Director of College Counseling: Ms. Kwon spoke about approaching her position as a collaboration among students, their loved ones, their teachers, and colleges. She reported that college costs are up 400%, but that SKS students do well with securing scholarships and financial aid. She works with students one-on-one to choose their schools wisely, resulting in every student able to attend one of his/her top three schools. She writes a letter of support for every student about the student as a member of the learning community.
A new software platform, Naviance, will be in full use next year by 100% of the juniors. Mr. Broughton inquired if working with international students posed unique challenges. Ms. Kwon said that technology allows students to be more informed than in the past and that she is making college visits more robust by “getting on the grass” at a small liberal arts college and a large university each year. She stated that higher education is seeing “negative population growth” and must “woo” students, becoming more mindful of creating community and a more personal experience, even at large universities.
Mr. Cantor spoke about Career Night as an opportunity for students to make connections with alumni and for alumni to be mentors. Ms. Kwon stated that Naviance has an “Alumni Tracker” component. Mr. Cantor commented that he was pleased to hear Ms. Kwon state that she loves being at SKS. Council members expressed their appreciation of Ms. Kwon and her knowledge and approach.
Nominating Committee Report: Ms. Watson referred the Council to a slate of three new Council members, Jack Besterman ’18, Luke Sollami ’08; and Lawrence Spiegel ’69 each for a three year term, with Mr. Sollami’s commencing immediately as a replacement seat. The written statements of interest by the three proposed new members were submitted to the full Council for review (attached).
Ms. Watson also noted two existing Council members standing for election for term extensions: Adam Eisen ’80 for an additional one year, and Madison Sergi ‘12 for a second three-year term.
All Alumni Council member recommendations are summarized on a handout The Storm King School Alumni Council Terms dated 2/4/19.
Ms. Watson stated that the Nominating Committee recommends approval of the slate, and separately of the members who will be voted for a second term on the Council. She moved, and David Gilmore seconded the motion. The recommendations were approved unanimously.
Ms. Watson also referred to the Council the SKS Alumni Council 2019-2020 Proposed Committee Assignments 2.10.19. Ms. Crevling noted that the Committee assignments sought a diversity of class years’ representation and thus varied perspectives, as much as possible. Ms. Watson indicated that requests for changes be brought to her attention.
Ms. Watson stated that she will contact the new Council members to notify and welcome them. Orientation for new members will be arranged.
Outreach and Development Committee Report: Mr. Fogarty commented that SKS is indebted to Committee Chair Chris Bonner and his work and that despite the conclusion of his term on the Council, Mr. Bonner will continue as a resource on the survey. In the absence of Mr. Bonner, Mr. Fogarty gave the Committee report beginning with an overview of the Alumni Survey. He stated that the survey will be administered in the month of March, followed by phone calls by students. He noted that if there are burning issues, there will be a series of focus groups held. He reminded the Council that six months after the first survey about their SKS experience, there will be another survey on communication with and from the school. Six months after that, a survey will focus on alumni programming, events, and philanthropy.
The Senior Lunch will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 11:30 – 1:00 PM at the Storm King Tavern. Alumni Council members are invited. Possible attendees include Mr. Cantor, Ms. Watson, Mr. Broughton, and Mr. Birchwood. Other Council members are encouraged to attend if they can.
Alumni Awards Committee Report: David Gilmore reported that the number of awards nominations continues to increase and referred to a graph (attached) reflecting the upward trend in alumni involvement in the nominations process. He commented that there was broad participation by the decades and involving alumni that otherwise had not been connected with the school, but noted that there were no alumnae nominees this year. The Committee and staff will seek to identify and encourage potential female nominees in next year’s process.
Mr. Gilmore described the Awards Committee’s process and their consensus on a Margaret Clark Faculty Excellence Award recipient. He referred the Council to the summaries of the individual recommended (attached) and moved for approval of 2019 Margaret Clark award recipient: Mr. Leslie McLean, Ph.D. (1970-1974). Mr. Broughton seconded the motion. Mr. Gilmore asked for questions or comments on the recommendations and hearing none, a vote was called and the motion passed unanimously.
Mr. Gilmore reported that members of the Awards Committee also had consensus on a slate of inductees for the Storm King School Sports Hall of Fame. He again referred the Council to the summaries of the individuals recommended (attached). Ms. Watson noted that in the ‘90s, dance was considered an interscholastic event. Mr. Bluth commented that at Trinity Prep, which has a robust Hall of Fame program, only athletics are included and there is a female inductee each year. There was a comment that some, but not all, nominees had been the Athlete of the Year when at SKS. The Committee researches and considers the Athletes of the Year each year. It is not clear if each class year always named an Athlete of the Year, or the athlete of the year may be deceased or “lost”, or may already be in the Hall of Fame. Mr. Gilmore noted that this year is unusual because none of the recommended inductees are in an honor year for this reunion, but all have support from honor year attendees or others.
Mr. Gilmore moved for approval of the slate of inductees for the SKS Sports Hall of Fame 2019: the late Peter Boden ’63, whose family will attend the induction; Bruce Dennison ’68; and Jermaine Miller ‘02. Ms. Watson seconded. There were no further questions or comments and the vote in support was unanimous.
Mr. Cantor commented that the pool of outstanding awards recipients may eventually run out. Ms. Crevling noted that there have not been nominations for coaches or Athletic Directors in several years, yet alumni speak very highly of the credentials, records and the impact of several past coaches. This category could be emphasized.
As a final item, Mr. Gilmore reported that the Awards Committee will work with the Alumni and Development Office on criteria for a Humanitarian Award and Arts Awards for consideration in 2020-2021.
Alumni Council – The Way Forward Discussion about the next Alumni Council and Alumni Association Annual Meeting involved suggestions to clearly demarcate the Alumni Council business from the broader conversation with the Alumni Association. Consideration of alternate locations for the meeting resulted in deciding that the room set-up can bring participants closer in order to encourage participation. This, plus the facilitating of the meeting to very specifically including comments and questions and discussion, should provide an opportunity for all alumni to feel involved as participants.
Executive Session: With the agenda complete, the Council adjourned to Executive Session.
Following Executive Session, with no further business to come before The Alumni Council, the meeting adjourned at 1 pm.
Lynn Crevling ‘72
Alumni Council Secretary
SKS Alumni Council and Alumni Association Annual Meeting
June 9, 2018
|Dick Broughton, ‘54*|
|Mitch Hisiger ‘58|
|Fred Sopher ‘58|
|Racey Gilbert ‘60|
|Haddon Carryer ‘61|
|Richard deRosa ‘61|
|David Gilmore ‘61*|
|Ted Gross ‘62|
|Bruce Hanson ‘62|
|Chris Brooks ‘62|
|Michael Brower ‘63|
|Robert Cory ‘63|
|Stuart Wilson ‘63|
|Bill McDonald ‘64|
|Roger Auerbacher ‘66|
|Christopher Bonner ‘66*|
|Bruce Dennison ‘68|
|Paul Jerry ‘69|
|Doug Burg ‘71|
|Bob Docherty ‘72
Scott Cantor ‘73*
|David Hartcorn ‘73|
|George Klein ‘73|
|Scott Rutter ;73|
|Joe Blount ‘74|
|Adam Eisen ‘80*|
|Joe Phillips 85|
|Malcolm Phillips ‘87|
|Ila Barton ‘92|
|Charles Cordero ‘92*|
|Christine Watson ‘94*|
|Johnathan Flores ‘12*|
|Trevor Hughes ‘13|
|Madison Sergi ‘14*|
|Ekin Dalman ‘17|
|Gabriella Quartey ‘17|
Lynn Crevling ’72*
Jonathan W.R Lamb
*Alumni Council Members
The annual meeting of the Storm King School Alumni Association, in conjunction with the regular meeting of the Storm King Alumni Council, was called to order by Alumni Council President Scott Cantor at 11:15 AM on the above date. He welcomed all in attendance, introducing Alumni Council members, trustees and staff.
The Constitution of the Alumni Council and Alumni Association states that the role of the members of the Alumni Council shall be to help advance the goals and purposes of The Storm King School and the Alumni Association with the spirit of cooperation and goodwill. The Alumni Council shall partner with The Storm King School’s Office of Alumni and Development to preserve the standards, advance the interest, and promote the welfare through philanthropy and engagement of Storm King School students, faculty and alumni and to foster strong relationships among them. It exists to strengthen alumni knowledge about and engagement in the school community; provide a breadth of representation, ideas and alumni voice in collaboration with the Alumni and Development Office; increase alumni involvement, and provide a leadership structure that may include potential future trusteeship.
Alumni Council Minutes
A motion was made by Dick Broughton for approval of the Council minutes of the February 11, 2018 Alumni Council Meeting, seconded by Johnathan Flores. The minutes were approved.
Alumni Council Committee Reports
Chairperson Christine Watson reported that the Alumni Council Nominating Committee proposes adoption of staggered terms for inaugural Council members as identified on an attachment (incorporated by reference to these minutes herein). Staggered terms avoid inaugural members exiting and new members joining at the same time. Watson moved for approval and Steve Bluth seconded, and the action was approved. Watson reported that the Council will seek members at large next year, with more information to be forthcoming.
Chairperson Christopher Bonner reported that the Outreach & Development Committee has devised a plan for an alumni survey over the course of the next year. The survey would include both quantitative and qualitative components. The quantitative components would consist of an electronic survey and outbound phone calls conducted by students/volunteers. The qualitative component will consist of focus groups in areas of alumni concentration with open-ended questions to elicit impressions and other qualitative content.
Bonner referred to Lynn Crevling to speak about a planned Fall Alumni Weekend. Crevling described the weekend as consisting of the following:
- Thursday evening, October 18; Career Night, in which a diverse group of alumni speak with small groups of juniors and seniors
- Friday, October 19, the inaugural SKS Golf Classic; alumni visits and or presentations to classes; and an all-school presentation.
- Saturday, October 20, concurrent Alumni Council and Board of Trustees’ meetings with an informal combined lunch; alumni invited to SKS athletics in the afternoon.
Chairperson Dick Broughton reported that Alumni Awards Committee has been pleased with the increasingly competitive and high caliber slate of nominees for 2018, and will begin the process for the 2019 Awards with similar timing consisting of nominations being accepted from summer through the end of the calendar year. Cantor added that the Council and school are considering additional awards: a Humanitarian Award and an Arts Award, including a day when alumni artists join students on campus. Bob Cory ’63 commented that he spent several days on campus as an artist in residence and enjoyed his work and interactions with students, recommending it to others.
New Business and Communications
Ted Gross ’62 complimented the group for the forward motion and suggested that the alumni reunion is an opportunity to get ideas fom the alumni body. He asked if there could be a block of time built into the schedule for a “think tank”. Fred Sopher ’58 mentioned the naming of the classroom in Ogden Hall for past faculty member Herb Sauer and suggested awards for alumni that have donated a great deal of time, talent and treasure to SKS. Tom Fogarty encouraged alumni to check the SKS website for upcoming events and activities and everything that is SKS.
Alumni Council – The Way Forward The next Alumni Council meeting is scheduled for Saturday, October 2018. All alumni are welcome to attend Alumni Council meetings by RSVP to Council Secretary Lynn Crevling.
The meeting was adjourned at 11:58, at which time the Alumni Council gathered for a photograph and alumni proceeded to lunch on the Ledoux Terrace.
The Storm King School Alumni Association Annual Meeting
June 9, 2018
Alumni Council Annual Report: First Year (2017-18) Highlights
Sele Birchwood ’09 Adam Eisen ’80
Steven Bluth ’83 Johnathan Flores ‘12
Christopher Bonner ’66 David Gilmore ’61
Richard Broughton ’54 Madison Sergi ‘14
Scott Cantor ’73 Christine Watson ’94
Charles Cordero ’92 Katrina Wu ‘12
Tom Delaney ’58
Lynn Crevling ‘72, Council Secretary, Alumni Relations Director
Scott Cantor ‘73, President
Steven Bluth ’83, First Vice President
Christine Watson ’94, Second Vice President
Alumni Council Purpose
The Storm King School has had an Alumni Council in past years. In 2017-2018, the Storm King School Alumni Association and Council Constitution and Bylaws were updated, and a diverse group of alumni from a variety of class years were invited to serve as inaugural members of a reestablished Alumni Council.
The purpose of the Alumni Council “shall be to help advance the goals and purposes of The Storm King School and the Alumni Association with the spirit of cooperation and goodwill. The Alumni Council shall partner with The Storm King School’s Office of Alumni and Development to preserve the standards, advance the interest, and promote the welfare through philanthropy and engagement of Storm King School students, faculty and alumni and to foster strong relationships among them.” (Storm King School Alumni Association and Council Constitution and Bylaws, adopted 10/21/17.
Meetings are held in the fall, winter/spring, and an annual meeting is scheduled in June to coincide with Reunion weekend. Meetings are listed on the SKS website with Upcoming Events.
All SKS alumni are welcome to attend Council meetings (please let the Council Secretary know at firstname.lastname@example.org).
State of the School
At each meeting, a comprehensive State of the School report is presented including development, enrollment, budget and finance, tuition and a progress report on The Storm King School 2022 Strategic Plan.
A guest from the Storm King community is invited to each Alumni Council meeting to share information. At the October 2017 meeting, David Mendlewski, P ’20, P’22, SKS Director of Academic Support spoke about experiential education, including community service, making presentations, and interactive, project based and multi-faceted learning. At the February 2018 meeting, Michael Hauser, History & Social Sciences Chair; and Jeanette McMahon, P ’17, Math Teacher provided an overview of project-based learning and interdisciplinary classes, and discussed the SKS Model United Nations program.
Alumni Council Committees
Nominating Committee, Chairperson Christine Watson ’94. Members: Steven Bluth ’83 and Madison Sergi ‘14
- Nominates officers
- Will establish the staggering of Alumni Council terms
- Will establish a process for an Alumni Council Member at Large from the alumni body
- Will provide orientation for new members of the Alumni Council
Alumni Outreach and Development Committee, Chairperson Christopher Bonner ’66. Members Adam Eisen ’81, Sele Birchwood ’09 and Katrina Wu ‘12
- Reviews outreach strategies and implementation
- Works to increase alumni support of The Storm King Fund
- Will assist to develop and guide an alumni survey
Awards Committee, Chairperson Richard Broughton ’54. Members Charles Cordero ’92, Johnathan Flores ’12 and David Gilmore ‘61
- Establishes the criteria, process and timing for the Margaret Clark Faculty Excellence Award and the Sports Hall of Fame.
- Reviews nominations and brings a candidate or slate of candidates for awards and induction.
Alumni Council –Going Forward
An arts award is under consideration
The next Alumni Council meeting will be in October 2018 – details to follow
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved and give back to The Storm King School. Each year, the School relies on volunteers to keep alumni connected with the School and help support for The Storm King Fund.
If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact The Storm King Alumni Office at email@example.com.
Three times a year, the School invites the Storm King Alumni Council and members of the Storm King Alumni Association to campus to hear from the School’s leadership and receive an inside look into the ongoing life of The Storm King School. Throughout the year, the Alumni Council is assigned specific committees to work on projects that help strengthen alumni connections and philanthropy including Alumni Awards, Career Night, Reunion Weekend, and The Storm King Fund.
Class agents help raise support for The Storm King Fund by staying connected with classmates, gathering class news, and working closely with members of the Alumni and Development Office to exceed the School’s fundraising goals each year. All alumni are welcome to help with our fundraising efforts.
If you’re interested in becoming a class agent, please contact The Storm King Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A reunion marks a significant milestone for every class, and a successful reunion requires a lot of volunteer support. Every five years, Storm King Class Volunteers help plan the reunion programs, drive attendance at the events, nominate Alumni Award and Sports Hall of Fame recipients, and raise funds for The Storm King School. Contact Lynn Crevling, Director of Alumni Affairs at email@example.com.