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Dear Alumni Community,
I hope this letter finds you healthy. Please know that we are thinking of you and all the members of the Potomac community, across the nation and around the world.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam recently issued an executive order mandating that all public and private K-12 schools in the Commonwealth close for the remainder of this academic year. In accordance with this order and to protect the health and well-being of our community, Potomac's campus will be closed through the end of the school year. Our faculty will deliver our educational program via distance learning beginning next week.
The closure of our campus also means that we will be unable to celebrate many of the wonderful events and traditions that our community typically enjoys each spring. It is with regret, therefore, that I am writing to let you know that Reunion 2020, which was scheduled for May 1 and 2, will be postponed. While the Alumni Office and the administrative team are disappointed to have to make this decision, we know that it is the right thing for all involved and hope a change in schedule will allow more people to attend. Our plan at this time is to reschedule this year's Reunion for some time in the next school year. Please be assured I will keep you apprised.
Please know that we in the Alumni Office would like to offer help as we can, especially in fostering connections among classmates. In case you would like a class directory so that you can check in with friends, here it is! Plus, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn, where we will be hosting online gatherings and hope to "see" you soon.
Thank you for all that you do to support Potomac. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me.
All my best,
Director of Alumni Relations
The Potomac School
Reunion Giving affords a wonderful opportunity to
make a gift in honor of reaching a milestone.
Your gift provides essential operating support to the School.
We will announce the winners of two important awards at the Reunion lunch on Sunday, May 2:
- The Alumni Governing Council Award is presented to the Reunion Class achieving the highest participation in the Potomac Fund by Reunion Weekend.
- The Class of 1991 Award celebrates the class achieving the highest level of philanthropic leadership service by Reunion weekend.
Whether this is your 50th or 5th reunion, class gifts are a great way to commemorate each milestone.
Raise the bar and set an example for all current and future Reunion classes.
Your participation counts, so pledge your support today!