Register for the Run for Fun!
*Please add each runner to the cart separately*
The $25 entry fee entitles students to one of the fabulous Spring Fair t-shirts designed by our talented 7th Graders. The annual Run for Fun will be held Friday, May 13 from 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. on the Cathedral Close. Run for Fun registrants should proceed to the check-in table near the porch as soon as they are dismissed from school to receive their race number. All Lower School registrants MUST be accompanied by an adult! The race will begin with Lower School grades promptly at 3:45 p.m. Run for Fun registrants may pick up their Spring Fair t-shirt either during drop-off or pick-up the week before Spring Fair (look for volunteers on the porch) or the afternoon of May 13 before the race. Questions? Please contact Run for Fun Co-Chairs Laura Gallo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Alan Donaldson (email@example.com).Note: After School classes will take place despite the concurrent Fun Run. All the Friday instructors have been informed that their classes will either be small or will have students joining late. Some instructors have agreed to adjust their projects for the day to accommodate the late comers. It is your choice whether to send your children late or to skip the class.
I hereby certify that this/these runner(s) is/are in good health. I understand the strenuous nature of this activity and the imperfect running surface of the race course and am willing to assume all risks. I release The Cathedral School and its representatives from any claims for injury or damage that the runner(s) may sustain.
The Cathedral School Parents Association seeks to build a strong sense of community in ways that actively support the school’s educational mission. Our motto – “Be Involved” – activates that strong sense of community among parents, students, faculty, and administrators. The PA's mission is three-fold: To facilitate open and constructive communication among parents, faculty, and administrators; To host community events that build social bonds and foster trust and dedication among school constituents; and To support the fundraising and other goals set each year by the Head of School and Board of Trustees. To that end, the PA sponsors educational and fundraising events and acts as a liaison between parents, faculty, and administration in order to foster open, constructive communication. The PA co-presidents also serve as members of The Cathedral School’s Board of Trustees.