Renaissance Educational Alliance

aka Renaissance Elementary Parent Crew Foundation   |   Castle Rock, CO   |
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Renaissance Educational Alliance

EIN: 82-2466836


Our main initiatives are to plan crew building events for the school, promote volunteering within the parent crew and raise funds to support our school. We invite all members of the Renaissance community to contribute their time and talents to one of the many important Parent Crew committees. Come see how you can make a visible difference in our school community!

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Board President

Allie Waltee

Main address

3960 Trail Boss Ln

Castle Rock, CO 80104 USA

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Population served info

Children and youth



NTEE code info

Single Organization Support (B11)

IRS subsection

501(c)(3) Public Charity

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Renaissance Elementary Program Enhancement

The REA Parent Crew works year round to fund a variety of community and academic initiatives that support the mission and vision of Renaissance Elementary School. Our fundraising activities cover a huge breadth of supports to the school including: staff development opportunities, adventure education materials and staffing, playground maintenance and updates, library enhancements, technology upgrades, a variety of staff grant and funding requests, regular staff appreciation, and community-building activities.

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The Renaissance Educational Alliance was formed by the parents of Renaissance Elementary Magnet School in 2018 to help promote volunteering within the parent crew, raise funds to support and supplement school needs, and to plan crew building events. In our school we believe "We are Crew, not passengers," and everyone works together for our common good. To serve is our highest endeavor and to impart that within each of our students matters to us. Fostering a compassionate and curious sense of self, and a resolute belief in one's potential, is at our core. We empower children to believe in the tangibility of their dreams. As mentors, teachers, and families, we own the responsibility of encouraging the young to take an optimistic view of their future.

In addition to their academics, our students all participate in Voyages where they spend progressively longer amounts of time with their classroom Crews at camp in the Rockies. Voyage experiences build from year to year. A kindergarten student learns basic skills in navigating the outdoors with safety on day trips, while a sixth grader goes on multi-day trips to explore and face personal and group challenges in the wilderness discovering a stronger self and developing a stronger community.

As the Parent Crew Board that manages the Renaissance Educational Alliance, we fundraise to pay for the transportation for all the school Voyages. We also use our funds to pay for extra guides on Voyages, host annual Gear Swaps to help make costs more manageable for families, fund student scholarships, host staff appreciation, and provide the staff with training, programming, and materials grants.

We host two main fundraisers a year, a student led program called Renaissance Adventure Day (RAD) and an adults-only Gala and Auction. RAD includes school spirit events, Voyage prep activities, a Service Project for a local organization, and community art. The Auction features locally made and donated items, student art, and "teacher time" for students to participate in special events with members of staff.


Renaissance Educational Alliance
Fiscal year: Jul 01 - Jun 30

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Renaissance Educational Alliance

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Fiscal Year: Jul 01 - Jun 30

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Fiscal Year: Jul 01 - Jun 30

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Board President

Allie Waltee

Renaissance Educational Alliance

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