Our beloved Argonne will turn 100 years old this year! The official opening day of the school was February 22nd, 1920, and since then Argonne has educated thousands of San Francisco children, some of whom still live locally (and send their kids to Argonne too!).
Come join us on Friday, March 6th to celebrate our amazing school community! We’re breaking out the giggle water (champagne, wine, and beer) to celebrate! The party will take place at the historic Verdi Club, so get ready for an amazing night of music, dancing, lite bites and libations. Come have a roaring good time as we celebrate our school’s centennial!
Plan to shimmy, shake, and jive as we take a trip back in time to the jazz age! 1920’s attire is encouraged so feel free to dress in your best 1920’s fancy rags, if you so desire.
*Just Announced: District 8 will be on stage playing our favorite covers*
The party is open to current and former parents and teachers, as well as past students 21+. Pass the invitation along to others and help us fill the room with Wolfpack pride! We are expecting a large turnout with limited space available so purchase your tickets today.
Purchase tickets online or pay by check. Checks can be dropped off in a special box at the front office (please make sure you include guest name(s) with your payment). Ticket sales will cover the cost of the event and each ticket sold before February 18 includes entry into the raffle.
Questions? Please reach out to the Event Chair, Jen Gottlieb at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to celebrating Argonne’s exceptional past with everyone and toasting to the next 100 years! Don’t miss out – it’s going to be the Bee’s Knees!
Thank You for Supporting Argonne Elementary School