Your Old Jewelry Can Support You AND WHS
Your unworn jewelry, broken necklace chains, single earrings, and other gold and silver pieces that may have lost their sentimental value can help you and Woodside High School this holiday season.
The Woodside High School PTSA is partnering with Mayers Jewelers in downtown Redwood City for a buy-back program that will buy your unwanted gold and silver jewelry on the spot. You immediately receive 80% of the estimated value, with the remaining going to your child's class (10%), PTSA programs, and a small fee to the company handling the old jewelry.
Mayers Jewelers is donating their work and not receiving any money from the buy-back. Owner Fred Ganjei is a Woodside HS parent and a San Mateo County certified jewelry appraiser. Fred and his team will be running the gold and silver buy-back on campus in the Performing Arts Center:
Dec. 4 - 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Dec. 11 - 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Dec. 12 - 4 - 7 p.m.
If you cannot make it to the PAC dates, you can stop by Mayers Jewelers at 2323 Broadway St. through Dec. 13. Let them know this is for Woodside High School and which class should benefit.
Welcome Class of 2020 Families!
For the parents of students graduating in 2020, welcome to our PTSA class committee! We had a successful first year at Woodside and we're cruising into a second year working to continue the fun and fundraising. We will be hosting the Second Annual Bingo Bonanza in March, and we hope to sprinkle other get-togethers throughout the year.
Toward the end of the year, look for a kick-off event to prepare for running concession sales for football and basketball games during the 2018-19 school year. The concessions will be our largest single fundraiser for the Safe and Sober Grad Night that is held for each graduating class.
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