One Campus One Community Capital Campaign
From 2002 to 2013 PS1 Pluralistic School families and friends contributed, through our One Campus One Community Capital Campaign, their tax-deductible dollars to help bring our campus into the twenty-first century. Our Field of Dreams, our aftercare space, two new classrooms, a new multi-purpose activity center with an indoor basketball court and a prominent stage for our children’s performances, cutting-edge facilities for the music, art, and library programs, administrative offices, a community room plus a complete renovation of the Euclid Street play space were made possible by these generous contributions.
PS1 students no longer walk to Memorial Park for PE. There is no need to cross Euclid for Art classes or Music classes. Our students are free to create in our on campus art or music room during recess because our community came together and donated their resources to enhance the PS1 experience. We express our deepest gratitude for their generosity.
PS1 does not have a Capital Campaign at this time.