Saturday’s Beluga Ball goes virtual to raise funds for Charyl Stockwell Academy

Charyl Stockwell Academy

Charyl Stockwell Academy District Parent Council will host its annual Beluga Ball, the district’s largest fundraiser, on Saturday, April 24, in a fully virtual format. This is the second year the Beluga Ball will be hosted virtually in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The fun-filled virtual event will feature raffles, a large silent auction, and a robust live auction. The Beluga Ball is open to parents, staff, alumni and supporters of the CSA District. The silent auction has already begun and will end at 7 p.m. Saturday; the live auction begins at 7 p.m. Saturday.

“The Beluga Ball is an opportunity for parents, staff and CSA District alumni to connect and support our mission to provide a safe and enriching place for children to grow,” said Jessica Moceri, CSA District interim executive director and CSA principal. “The annual event represents our community’s resilience and dedication to learning, and I’m thrilled our parent council is continuing to meet the needs of our district and prioritizing safety by adapting to the virtual space.”

The Beluga Ball raises funding beyond the standard per-pupil allocations to promote educational programs and supplement school resources for Charyl Stockwell Academy District schools. Funds raised at the Beluga Ball assist with educational enhancements including science lab equipment, math materials and manipulatives, and student technology. Funds also support district libraries, playground equipment, music and performing arts programs, art supplies and more.

CSA District Parent Council relies on local business support and parent participation for the event’s success.

For more information about the Beluga Ball, visit

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