The Langley School Crossroad Building
 
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The Next Generation Campaign

We Are Langley: The Next Generation Campaign was initiated to achieve two main goals — support our campus master plan and grow our endowment. The $20 million campaign will allow us to bring our endowment to $10 million and add the Crossroads Building to our campus.

This new state-of-the-art learning center will house our Primary School, fifth grade, library and media center, and a large multi-purpose space. Construction will begin in June 2021, with an anticipated opening of the building in August 2022 — coincidentally, the start of Langley’s 80th anniversary celebration. 

Students will continue to use existing classrooms during the 2021-2022 school year as the building impacted by construction, which houses our current library and art spaces, is not in use for students during the pandemic.  

Like other projects in our master plan, including the Doris Cottam Middle School and Jeffrey Sherman Arts Center, we know that the enhanced infrastructure will further enrich student experiences and continue to align with our high quality programs. 

The increased endowment will enable us to continually and fully fund innovative programming; keep tuition affordable, while offering tuition assistance to qualified students; and attract and retain the best teachers by compensating them at a level that truly recognizes their extraordinary work.

 

 

Campaign Cabinet

Alistair Miller,
Co-Chair

Lara Ramsey,
Co-Chair

Cathy Bernasek,
Executive Cabinet

Karen Frana,
Executive Cabinet

Zac Merriman,
Executive Cabinet

AJ Andreas

John Asadoorian

I-Min Chao

Ronya Corey

Elizabeth Crocker

Ariana DiMeo

Alifia Doriwala

Zeina Habal

Seth Kreger

Heidi Narang

Sonya Ricketts

Gerry Salemme

Eric Stallmer

Barbara Toohill

Kara McCabe

Sara Magner

Preston Miller

Shireen Zaman



Next Generation Campaign Early Supporters

Like Langley families before them, a core group of supporters has committed early to invest in this project. The strong commitment we have received has given us the confidence to move forward with the Crossroads Building. We will continue our work over the next 18 months to raise the additional funds necessary to reduce the debt associated with the project. Initial naming opportunities can be reviewed here. 

Chris and AJ Andreas

John Asadoorian and Tina Schwartz

Jack and Debbie Ballinghoff

Brian and Cathy Bernasek

Jim Burkhardt and Karen Miller

Tate Cantrell and Sylvia Leimone

Michael and Narie Choi

Brian and Ellie Christiansen

Rob and Barbara Denton

Frank and Ariana DiMeo

Moiz and Alifia Doriwala

Lammot du Pont

Habib Enayetullah and Tania Rahmatullah

Tom Flaherty and Beth Lalik

Tom and Karen Frana

Russ Frey and I-Min Chao

John and Amy Gilliland

Peter and Lisa Glassman

Todd and Jennifer Graham

David Halwig

Donald and Makiko Harrison

Aleix and Libby Jarvis

Mark and Lindsey Keatley

Andy Leblanc and Kara McCabe

Erik and Katie Linn

PG and Sara Magner

Devon McFadden and Ronya Corey

Michael Melton

Brett and Ally Meringoff

Zac and Laura Merriman

Alistair and Allie Miller

Preston and Morgan Miller

Conor and Susan Miller

Muir Macpherson and Wendy Moe

Jackson and Nicole Morrill

RJ and Heidi Narang

John and Judy Niepold

Hugh and Patricia O'Kane

Mike and Cindy O'Kane

Rob and Kate Pinkerton

John Whalen and Linda Rabbitt

Kristin and Lara Ramsey

Jane Ramsey

Thomas and Sonya Ricketts

David and Selwa Rutchik

Gerry Salemme and Rachel Welch

The Sampson Foundation

George and Patricia Sampson

Frank Sands, Jr.

Leah Sedwick

Chad Slater

Dane and Sarah Smith

Dick and Katie Snowdon

Eric and Amy Stallmer

Steve Thomas and Sofia Barretto Thomas

Dave and Catherine Thompson

Barbara Toohill

Shahab and Katherine Vagefi

Paul Van Hook and Peggy Henderson

Perry and Tina Williams

 

 

*as of February 12, 2021