PLEASE Join the WSHS PTSA: Go to our MemberHub store at https://wshs.new.memberhub.store

Why should you join?

Help bring our entire school community together to make our school better.

In a high school filled with many different groups focused on specific interests, the PTSA is the one group that that brings everyone together to inform, educate, and improve our school community. 

Be a Role Model:  

By becoming a PTA member, you demonstrate to your child, other teachers, and other students the importance you place on the education and community at WSHS.  Show that you can help make change, not just wait for “somebody else” to do it.

Get Access to Info and Opportunities and Help Improve our School:  

Your membership helps the WSHS PTSA serve as a voice for parents, students, and teachers, increase communication, and provide opportunities to enhance the school experience at WSHS.

A portion of your dues goes directly to our PTSA activities. As a member, you get a say in what the PTSA does, and the dues help the WSHS PTSA to bring back programs that have enriched our school in the past:

·      Educational events for parents and students

·      Social events to build community

·      Mini Grants for WSHS Faculty

·      “Above and Beyond” awards recognizing contributions by teachers, staff, and students

·      Student Scholarships for Seniors

·      Staff and Teacher Appreciation

·      Improvement of school grounds

WSHS PTSA members become eligible to apply for grants and other opportunities available through WSHS PTSA and local, state, and national affiliates.

When you join our PTSA you also become part of the larger PTA organization and get access to information and membership benefits through a network of national and state partners such as Office Depot.  Some of your dues also go to the national, state, and local PTA organizations that provide leadership training and support for our local leaders and advocate for resources and policies to improve our schools.  Membership numbers matter:  the more people who join the PTA, the stronger those advocacy efforts can be.  

Questions?  Please contact PTSA President Richard Ewell at wshsptsa@gmail.com