2020 VIRTUAL RELAY
For the past several years, CTK faculty, staff, and supporters have joined together to run in the 200-mile Ragnar Relay to benefit our students. Your support has raised funds to purchase much-needed technology equipment for CTK students. Thank You!
While this year's official Ragnar Relay has been canceled, our efforts to raise funds for and awareness about the incredibly talented students at Christ the King are needed now more than ever. Team RUN CTK will continue taking part in the 200-mile run closer to home during the week of May 15 to May 22. You can support our runners and CTK students by joining in on the 200-mile challenge for RUN CTK! Whether you walk or run, hit the treadmill or pound the pavement, your dedication to our students is appreciated.
Click HERE to pledge your mileage for the week of 5/15 - 5/22, and please take a selfie to share with us!
Director of Technology, Juan Fuentes shared his excitement after last year’s run allowed the school to purchase 100 Chromebooks for CTK’s Sophomore Class. “By going one-to-one with Chromebooks, our students are learning in innovative ways while preparing for their current CWSP jobs, college, and future professions. In neighborhoods like Austin, where tech gaps hold students back, our students are proving that they can succeed with the correct resources.”
THANK YOU to all who have supported the CTK team and our students!
Team RUNCTK - Why are you running?
Juan Fuentes - Director of Technology. A graduate of a Jesuit high school and college, Juan sees the impact your gift makes on CTK students every day."Last year's Ragnar Relay allowed us to purchase over 100 Chromebooks! Students need the exposure to technology in the classroom and at their CWSP jobs. Thank you so much for your support."
Jimmy Bajner - Athletic Director, Math & Psychology Teacher. Jimmy has worked at CTK since the school's first year, and is running again to share how the school's Math department is growing."Our students are taking ownership of their learning in ways I would have never expected. For the first time in my 10 years at CTK, students are saying math is their favorite subject."