Charger Commons - a beautiful, new, two-story, 60,000 square foot building serves all Shorecrest students from The Experiential School to our seniors, and as a meeting place for the whole community. The building houses Shorecrest’s first-ever kitchen and dining rooms with indoor and outdoor seating, The Experiential School classrooms and playgrounds, Lower School Library and Media Center, the Clinic and the Wonder Studio.

From the outside, Charger Commons has become the centerpiece of our campus, but as you walk upstairs you see that the second floor awaits. Students and faculty are utilizing portables and temporary flex spaces for classrooms as they patiently await the finished transformation of our campus.

After a strategic pause in construction last March due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shorecrest Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to move forward with the completion of the second floor of Charger Commons and the construction of the Weiss Family Pavilion.

With physical distancing and smaller groups now the norm, space on campus is at a premium. Completing the second floor of Charger Commons will provide Shorecrest with more flexible, open and safe indoor learning spaces. The Weiss Family Pavilion will allow for outdoor classes, gatherings and performances. The Board of Trustees is working diligently with the Health and Safety Task Force to ensure that our current and future needs are fulfilled with the completion of this project, in the safest possible manner.

Case for Support

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Campaign Progress:

Total committed: $12,156,600

Funds Raised by Community $9,517,570.00
Funds Invested by Shorecrest  $2,639,030.00

(This section under Construction)

Campaign Timeline

March 2018: Announcement of Transform Campaign
The Shorecrest community gathered for the launch of the Transform Campaign. A photo composite of the new building was revealed.

May 2018: Demolition
The generosity of 78 early donors made the launch of Transform and plans for Charger Commons possible. The community gathered for spray painting and to watch the initial demolition.

Summer 2018: Groundbreaking
When the school year began in August 2018, the shell of a new building had taken shape.

Fall 2018: Construction
Construction continued throughout the school year on the first floor of the building.

February 2019: Milestone Celebration of Charger Commons
The name Charger Commons was revealed. Transform’s earliest donors, Tom Andrews and Jennifer Vesper, and the Sher and Conroy families, honored Shorecrest’s long-time Headmaster as the namesake of The Mike Murphy Experiential School building.

March 2019: Opening of Charger Commons First Floor
A ribbon cutting celebrated the opening of the first floor of the new 60,000 square foot facility, which features two Dining Rooms, a new Library and Technology Center, a Clinic, The Wonder Studio, the Mike Murphy Experiential School and playscapes.

August 2019: Exterior Improvements
Completion of the Lower School playscape, organic gardens and greenspaces. Families and staff remark that the campus has never looked better.

November 2019: A Night to Rise
Over 200 community members gathered for a celebration in the shell space on the second floor of Charger Commons. Attendees got a peek of what will be available once Transform is completed.

January 2020: Growing Supporters
More than 300 donors joined Transform during this phase of the campaign.

What is Next: The Second Floor Awaits!
The second floor of Charger Commons build-out will complete the centerpiece of our campus in summer 2021. Starting in the 2021-22 school year, this space will provide our community with necessary programmatic spaces and classrooms and an administrative wing. Check out the Construction Corner section on the Advancement page of Ebytes (Shorecrest's online newsletter), to see the progress of the second floor.

Future Projects: The Power of Capital Giving
Capital Giving has the power to transform an institution by building community and igniting innovation. Whether funding essential facilities like The Mike Murphy Experiential School and Charger Commons, or renovating current spaces to best fit our current needs — capital gifts ensure that Shorecrest remains strong for generations to come.

Donor Testimonials

Contributing Chargers: The Root Family

Dr. Allen Root, husband to former chair of the Arts and Humanities Department Janet Root H'16, and their family - Jennifer '81, Michael '85, and Jonathan are frequent Contributing Chargers. The Roots continue to support the foundation of success that Janet created during her 40 year span of volunteerism at Shorecrest.
Root Family

Contributing Chargers: Mandy Rutledge

One of Shorecrest's greatest assets is our Community, specifically our behind-the-scenes volunteers. We asked long time community member and SCA Board member, Mandy Rutledge, to share what it means to be a part of the Shorecrest Community.
Rutledge family

Contributing Chargers: Natalie Peck Spada ’96

One of Shorecrest's greatest assets is our Community, specifically our behind-the-scenes volunteers. We asked long time community member and this year’s SCA co-Secretary, Natalie Peck Spada ’96, to share what it means to be a part of the Shorecrest Community.

Spada family

Contributing Chargers: Steve Wilcox and Thuy La

Contributing Chargers Steve Wilcox and Thuy La are new to the community and after only a few short weeks, knew why they wanted to participate in Two Funds. One Mission.
“We are already seeing Lily ’33 display compassion, happiness, energy, enthusiasm, and excitement about her teachers and friends. The impact that they are having on her is profound.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGERS: MASKUP ST. PETE

Ella Holland ‘21 and Jaeden Geffon ‘22 started MaskUp St. Pete, a nonprofit that makes and sells face masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19. For each mask sold, they donate one mask to a person in need. Thank you MaskUP St. Pete for donating over 180 masks to the loving faculty at Shorecrest!

CONTRIBUTING CHARGER: JENNIFER NGUYEN

Jennifer Nguyen, a Lower School parent of Jocelyn '33, supports Shorecrest because she feels it is a privilege to contribute to an institution that has the facility and means to best support the student body and individual classes.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGER: TOM RICHMOND

Tom Richmond, Lower School parent of Enzo ’28, is a very active parent volunteer. Tom and his wife, Elizabeth, contribute to the Shorecrest community because they believe that investing their time and talent will help their child as well as current and future students of Shorecrest.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGERS: LILA AND BRENTON ROSS

Lila and Brenton Ross are grateful for Shorecrest and that their children love learning much as they do! Last year their family discovered one of their own required medical treatment. The families and volunteers of Shorecrest jumped in to help alleviate day-to-day needs without the Ross family asking. They experienced firsthand that Shorecrest is more than a school, it is a family, thus they give back to support the Shorecrest community.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGER: ALEX LAVOIE

Alex Lavoie, parent and volunteer, along with his wife Kori Locicero, contribute to the Shorecrest community because they feel that the success and outcome of the school invariably come down to the people involved. With the support of our exceptionally talented and generous families, there's nothing Shorecrest can't accomplish!

CONTRIBUTING CHARGERS: GOLFO ALEXOPOULOS AND THOMAS SMITH

Golfo Alexopoulos and Thomas Smith, are the parents of Upper School students Athena ’22 and Sophia ’24. Both Golfo Alexopoulos and Thomas Smith are professors and have a passion for education. For this reason and more, they choose to support the students, teachers, and families of Shorecrest by giving to Two Funds. One Mission.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGERS: MANTOOTH SIBLINGS

Beth Mantooth, Assistant Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management and former Experiential School Teacher, believes in helping her children find organizations where their own savings and belongings can make a real difference in the lives of others. By giving of themselves, they can experience the joy of helping others. And hopefully, that experience makes them lifelong givers. Brailee '29 and Rigsby '31 Mantooth chose to give to Transform so they could be a part of the completion of our new space so their specials teachers will have beautiful spaces in which to teach them.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGERS: AMY AND LEE FRIEDMAN

Amy and Lee are parents to four children, and their youngest daughter, Jenna is in fifth grade. The Friedmans have found a deep sense of community at Shorecrest. They contributed to Shorecrest because of the support they received from the community in a time of need.

CONTRIBUTING CHARGERS: SUE SHIN ‘94 AND DANIEL KIM

Sue Shin ‘94 and Daniel Kim, are a Shorecrest "legacy family." As an alumna of Shorecrest, Sue has seen the lasting results of a Shorecrest education and wants the same for her children. For this reason and more, Sue Shin ‘94 and Daniel Kim have chosen to support Two Funds. One Mission.

"This is really a momentous time. We still have a long way to go, and we need all of your help. We need the entire community to be a part of this."

~ Dennis Leary, Chair, Board of Trustees; Shorecrest Parent and Alumni Parent

“My kids are the most important thing in my life. Shorecrest is their home away from home. What they gain here through classroom learning, role modeling, honor code, friendships — all of it — will shape them as human beings.”

~ Cristin Keane, Board member and current parent

"There will be a place for children of all ages to interact with each other, faculty from different schools to interact, parents, grandparents - it's really going to be a wonderful hub for our community and provide an opportunity for everyone to meet new people and to learn about other parts of the school that they may not normally see."

~ Beth Vivio, Vice-Chair, Board of Trustees, Shorecrest Parent and Alumni Parent

"Transform is much more than just a building. It's finishing the campus, it's creating a place where every student is going to go throughout the day. It's creating a place where the whole community can be together."

~ Elizabeth Samuelson, Immediate Past Chair, Board of Trustees; Shorecrest Parent

“Shorecrest itself has a need. Its infrastructure is not complete. What we are missing is the community commons, a common building with a dining hall and library  that brings the students and the entire community together. To complement the excellent faculty we have, we need the physical plant to complete that experience. It is my hope this community will rise to the occasion and get this campus completed.”

~ Tom Andrews, Past Chair, Board of Trustees; Shorecrest Parent and Alumni Parent

"This is really a momentous time. We still have a long way to go, and we need all of your help. We need the entire community to be a part of this."

~ Dennis Leary, Chair, Board of Trustees; Shorecrest Parent and Alumni Parent

“My kids are the most important thing in my life. Shorecrest is their home away from home. What they gain here through classroom learning, role modeling, honor code, friendships — all of it — will shape them as human beings.”

~ Cristin Keane, Board member and current parent

"There will be a place for children of all ages to interact with each other, faculty from different schools to interact, parents, grandparents - it's really going to be a wonderful hub for our community and provide an opportunity for everyone to meet new people and to learn about other parts of the school that they may not normally see."

~ Beth Vivio, Vice-Chair, Board of Trustees, Shorecrest Parent and Alumni Parent

"Transform is much more than just a building. It's finishing the campus, it's creating a place where every student is going to go throughout the day. It's creating a place where the whole community can be together."

~ Elizabeth Samuelson, Immediate Past Chair, Board of Trustees; Shorecrest Parent

“Shorecrest itself has a need. Its infrastructure is not complete. What we are missing is the community commons, a common building with a dining hall and library  that brings the students and the entire community together. To complement the excellent faculty we have, we need the physical plant to complete that experience. It is my hope this community will rise to the occasion and get this campus completed.”

~ Tom Andrews, Past Chair, Board of Trustees; Shorecrest Parent and Alumni Parent

Supporters

$1,000,000-$1,999,999

Jennifer Vesper and Tom Andrews

$250,000-$499,999

Art Buser and Pam Greacen '84
Tara '96 and Cory Gaffney '95
Gary Hess and Trevor Burgess
Donna and Tim Main
Jan and Craig Sher
Robin and Tom Wood

$200,000-$249,999

Nadia and Jim Bunn
Andrew and Meredith Wollowick Cooper '96
Sarah and Augie Ribeiro
Margaret and Bert Smith '76

$150,000-$199,999

Will and Stacy Sher Conroy '00
Kim and Hutch Craig '89
Nikki and Paul Pagano

$100,000-$149,999

Lorna and Forbes Alexander
Helen and Chris Barrott
Carley and Adam Befeler
Jennifer and Darla Browning-Hutton
Lauren and Doug Carlan
Susan and Ron Diner
Linda Edwards
Jeff Freedman
Donna and Tom Gaffney
Tarja Takki-Halttunen and Mika Haltunnen
Halton Company
April and Court James '92
Zeina and Steve Kropf
Jessica and Jeffrey Lowe
Hilary and Patrick Marston
Tom Nelson
Lisa and John Peck
Gail and Fred Razook
Paul Reilly
Allen and Janet* Root H '16
SAGE Dining Services, Inc.
Elizabeth and David Samuelson
Barbara Sansone
Kari and Jim Sickling

$75,000-$99,999

Andi and Tom Mullins

$50,000-$74,999

Anonymous (1)
Anne and Steve Anderson
Laure and Daryl Blume
Roger Broderick
Molly and James Camp
Michele and James DiMartino
Lani and Peter Ford
Matt Frey and Anne Michelle Reilly Frey '02
Natalie and Scott Gebicke
Kris Grant and Family
Jeannine and Jim* Hascall
Nancy and Frank Hursey
Darby '88 and Ming Jung '88
Marilyn and Allan Katz
Cristin Keane
Mike Keane
Ginger and Mark Lettelleir '87
Levitt & Prasatthong, DDS, PA
The Marcin Family
Claudia Larrain and Matt Mosk
Liz Smith and Chip Newton
Dan Prasatthong '84
Debbie and Brent Sembler
Shorecrest Community Association
Andrea and Matt Silverman
Josh Smith
Corrie '90 and Bill Stover '90
Ali and Kevin Tralins
Beth and Michael Vivio
Gina and Mike White
Ashley and Michael Wuliger

$25,000-$49,999

Anonymous (2)
Charlene Hosseini and Tony Aboud
Natalie and Marshall Ames
Maureen Ayral
Kris and Mike Brengs
Joel, Kay, Chas and JB Bronstein
Jenna '99 and Michael Cibran '95
Diana and Marshall Craig
Christi and Jay DeGeare
Beth and Eric Diner '91
Emily and Tash Elwyn
Angela and Jim Estes
Vanissa Ma and John Floto
Danielle and James Flynn
Joan Forrest
Chris and Marc Fratello
Donna and Felix Fudge '78
Michelle and Jason Green
Lisa and Greg Hahn
Krista Waitz and Mark Halliwell
Patty Ann and Eric Hamblen
Mary and Charley Harris
Amy and Donagh Herlihy
Troy and Judy Stanton Holland '78
Jennifer and Sean Kelly
Karen and Matthew King
Kristin and Dennis Leary
Jennifer and Paul Manfrey
Kelley and Brooks Matheson
Leslie and Jay Mathews
Tiffany and John Ofenloch
Karen and Don Peterson
Martha and Chas Reynolds '81
Valerie and Gerry Rice
Mary Anne Reilly and Ross Roeder
Maya and Brahmesh Siva
Johnathan Stanton
Christy and Jason Stross '96
Allison and Rose Trowbridge
Jen and Alon Varsha
Heather and Bob Whirley
Sherry Williams
Sally and Bob Willis '77
Laurie and Scott Wisotsky

$10,000-$24,999

BCH Mechanical, L.L.C.
Cecilia Bueno-Canizares and George Canizares
Jennifer and Mark Casanta
Doug and Maureen Cohn
Whitney Singer and Jon Daou
Stephanie and Kevin Dyer
Jen DesRuisseau and Arom Evans
Toni Jeffrey-Fort and Kenyon Fort
Amy and Lee Friedman
Krista and Ron Gillis
Grant Family Alumni- Jamie '04, Alex '14, and Sam '15
Margie and James Green
Maribel and Jack Hawkins
Jenny and Steve Hufford
Shelby and Chris Jones
Miko and Jon Kepko
Diane and Rob Klingel
Heather and Rob Klingel
Clark and Monica Bridgeford Mason '88
Elayne and Isaac McKinney
Karen Moore
Robin and Mike Murphy
Marc and Laurie Slomka Reiskind '83
Lila and Brenton Ross
Peggy Crawford and Josh Rovin
Bebe and Michael Schulman
Grant and Laura Sansone Shaw '97
Sandy and Mike Slomka
Michele Sobota
Steve Sobota
Lorraine and Scott Thorpe
Julie and John White
Vivian and Steve Wilsey

Up to $9,999

Anonymous (2)
Rebecca Armacost
Cathy Burkert and Emily Arthur
Sam Aspinwall
Sharon and Eric Bailey
Nick Banko
Anna and Bill Baralt
Trudi and Richard Barry
Christine and Ron Barton
Irina Beliaeva and Dmitry Baschinsky
BA Beatty
Louisa and Mark Benjamin
Rosemary and Fred Berger
Debbie and Jody Berner
Mardi and Kevin Bessolo
Lisa Bianco
Jackie and Mark Bircher
Aliza and Chaim Bloom
Jane and Charlie Boarman
Norm Bungard
April Cabral
Ashley and Frank Casano
Darrel Christian
Dawn and Mark Chronister
Ace Padian and James Click
Amy and William Cobb
Mary Lee and Fred Coble
Helen Cook-Consoni and Rudy Consoni
Lorie and Jose Cura
Raffi and Brian Darrow
Sue Dattilo
Janet and Greg Davis
Jeanne and Hunt Davis
Erika and Luciano Deangelo
Katy Deegan
Maggie Doley
Janice and Mike Donahue
Samantha and William Drake
Cheryl Lee and Steven Duprè
Sandy and Jay Epstein '84
Tami Evans
Diane and Chris Ewing
Adrianne Finley Odell and Rich Odell
Tara and Matt Florell
Ian Foster
The Free Family
Deborah and David Gatherum
Nicole and Dave Gaus
JP Getting '01
Stephanie Slavick and Joe Gierlach
Dotty Gill
Rosalind and Michael Gillis
Steven and Meredith Razook Granese '93
Rochelle and Reid Graves '00
Mary and Ken Gruber
Elizabeth Hallock and David Wishner
Bobbie and Casey Harrington
Valarie Nussbaum-Harris and Laurie Harris '82
Ron Heller
Marjorie Hess
Sarah, Derrick, and Jack Heyl
Leah Carlson and Alex Hodges
Jane and David Hodgson
Joan Hollifield
Melanie and Ron Hollis
Alison Hounshell
William Hounshell
Mandy and Lucas Howell
Kim and Lee Hudson
Karyn and Sal Ingrande
Angel Novikov-Jank and Wolfgang Jank
Ande and Eric Johnson
Heidi Joswig
Marti Collins and Peter Katcha
Julie and Scott Klavans
Sebnem and Kamil Koc
Tyler and Chris Kornatowski
Denise and Kenneth Kowalski
Lindsey and Patrick Lamb
Leigh and Michael LaRosa
Catalina and Nicholas Laryngakis
Heather Lavender
Kori Locicero and Alexander Lavoie
Winnie and Dick Leary
Whitney and Geoff LeCain
Ken Leiner
Joan and Harry Lerner
Lauryn and Darren Leverenz
Trish and Bill Loughery
Kristen Maddox
Brailee '29, Dalton '31 and Rigsby '31 Mantooth
Mindy Yergin and Jason Margolin
Lynne Flanagan and Ernest Marquez
Jodi Maslaney
Jean and George Matz
Katie and Scott McCray
Kathy and Mark McKeage '79
Inga and Michael Mendelsohn
Ben Meng
Julie Meyer
Michael Millonzi
Chris Moore '16
Courtney Moore '17
Margaret and Jonathan Morgan
Fatima Morlando
Patches Morris
Paul and Colleen Morris
Tony Napodano
Sidy Ndiaye
Sandra and Robert Nelke
Mary Jo Nelson
Kathy and Ted Newman
Rebecca Nowak
Suzy and Ray Olson
Bruce and Stacy Orloff
Miriam and Todd Pardoll
Danielle Parrott
Paul C Jensen Attorney at Law LLC
Maggie and Daniel Penello
Jennifer and Justin Phelps
Debbie and Michael Picker
Cynna and Scott Plantz
Tricia and Alex Plotkin
Dulani and Benjamin Porter
Mitchell Posk
Allen Powell
Jeremy Reiskind '13
Sabine and Patrick Richard
Elizabeth and Tom Richmond
Erin and Perry Ross
Faye and Alan Roth
Tarja Koskela and Ernest Saasto
Kathy and Rick Sanders
Kathy and Joe Saunders
Tati and Mike Sax
Meghan and Erich Schneider
Natalia and Greg Schratwieser
Tanya and Doug Seely
Patricia and Michael Serbanos '92
James Sewell
Daniel Kim and Sue Shin '94
Anna Lapidus and Dima Simkin
Carolyn Sloss '85
Connie and Brian Smith
Michelle and Burks Smith
Ashley Rhodes-Courter and Erick Smith
Michelle and Greg Smith
Smith & Casady Inc.
Kristin and Tony Sochet
Dan and Natalie Peck Spada '96
Durga and Leor Sptaru
Robbie and Jon Specter
Barbara Stewart
Julie and Charles Stewart
Amna and Greg Stoici
Anna and John Stoner
Elizabeth Sudderth
Lizzy and Steven Sussman
Tampa Bay Trane
Tampa Winsupply
Nancy and Tom Thomas
Alice and Jim Thompson
Tom Barrow Co
Denise and Paul Tomey
Eve and Vello Toomepuu
Martin Traber
Tanya and TJ Tucker
Dominique and Chris Tuleen
Leah Udwin
Joanne Lee and Ethan Updike
Bill Van Law
Mercedes and Eric-Paul van Woerkom
Kristi Aussner and Nathan Vonderheide
Nicole Chandler and Nicolai Vuxinic
Mark Walker
Karen and Skip Wallace
Bibby Weiss
Carol and Norm Welch
Sam Wells '07
Suzanne Wells
Kristin and Brian White
Thuy La and Stephen Wilcox
Lynn and Lee Williamson
Nancy and Donald Wilson
Lisa and Warren Wylie
Kathy Xie
Linda and Andy Zolper
Eva Zwack

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