The 2019 Spring Auction celebrates the wonderful global diversity of the Lafayette community. Join fellow parents and caregivers on Saturday, March 16, 2019 for an evening that will take you around the globe in support of our school (& home in time for the babysitter)!
2019 Lafayette Spring Auction
Saturday, March 16, 2019
7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Lafayette Elementary School
Your ticket purchase secures your passport for an open border exploration of the regions of the world through food, drink, & music. Taste the rich, diverse history of countries near and far while taking in cultural experiences and performances from around the globe. Enter through Lafayette’s own Hall of Nations to begin the night with a global food experience sure to delight. Be sure to check out the signature cocktails, diverse beer & wine offerings, and delicious bites as you select your top auction items of the night.
New Silent Auction offerings will include a few special global surprises, more under $50 offerings, as well as beloved class creations, parent parties, teacher treats, and more. Get ready to bid with our live, professional auctioneer who will help us raise the paddle and entice the crowd with the best items of the night.
Dress Code: Break out your best traditional dress from your home country or internationally inspired outfit. We want to see your most colorful, festive party outfit. This is going to be a fun night!
Contact: Questions? Concerns? You can reach the Auction co-chairs, Chris Lisi and Lara Kline, .
What Does the Auction Support?
The Lafayette Home & School Association (HSA) provides upwards of $300,000 annually (nearly $400 per student) to support our school community and programs including both grade-specific informances, extra curricular programs, classroom supplies, science programs, and more. We help fund our school’s one-of-a-kind Peace Program which focuses on social and emotional learning and makes our school a kinder, more inclusive place. Importantly, we also help cover many building and school supplies costs so that Dr. B can focus her budget on teachers.