Vote on the WSHS PTSA Executive Board Officers for 2013-2014
The following is the proposed slate of officers for the WSHS PTSA Executive Board for 2013-14. A vote of the general PTSA membership will take place at a school-wide event in June. If you are interested in serving on the Executive Committee, or as a Committee Chair for the 2013-14 school year, please contact the PTSA at email@example.com.
President: John Pastino
1st Vice President: Leslie McAndrew
2nd Vice President: Dana Jacob
Secretary: Janis Ours
Treasurer: Barb Watters
Join the WSHS PTSA Today!
Your PTSA supports students, faculty and parents through various activities and programs with the goal of providing the best education possible for our students!
Dues are $10 per year, with a portion of your dues distributed to the state and regional PTSA organizations. The WSHS share is used for PTSA programs throughout the year, to include Beautification Days, Spartan Fest, teacher mini-grants, hospitality for faculty and staff, PTSA scholarship, Positive Behavior Support, Baccalaureate, ANGP and more!
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starting at 7:15PM in Spartan Hall, open to all PTSA members on May 6, and June 3
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The West Springfield High School (WSHS) Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is an active organization with the primary purpose of providing support to students, faculty and parents. This is accomplished through various activities and programs.
Eighteen committees touch on all aspects of student life at WSHS, and support the teachers and administration's goal of providing the best education possible.
The PTSA Executive Board meets the first Monday of most months at 7:15 p.m. in Spartan Hall. Volunteer opportunities abound. Join us!
PTSA officers for the 2012-13 School Year:
President: Denise Ahola
1st VP: Rhonda Shaw
2nd VP: Leslie McAndrew
Secretary: Dana Jacob
Treasurer: Barb Watters
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for School Year 2012-2013
2012-2013 PTSA Membership Form
The Membership committee recruits members, collects dues and issues the PTSA Membership cards. Any student, parent, faculty member or member of our Springfield community can become a member of the WSHS PTSA.
The committee encourages all to join. A portion of your dues are distributed to the state and regional PTSA organizations. The WSHS share is used for PTSA programs that support the students and the school. Membership is open continuously. You can make a difference!
Dues are $10.00 per year per person. Send the Membership form and your check made payable to WSHS PTSA to:
WSHS PTSA, 6100 Rolling Road, Springfield, VA 22152.
Safe and Drug Free Parent Agreement Form
Student Directory OPT OUT Form
Expense Voucher Form
The expense voucher must be filled out, along with receipts or invoices, and given to the Treasurer, or put in the PTSA box in an envelope.
Income Voucher Form
The income voucher must be filled out, along with receipts or invoices, and given to the Treasurer, or put in the PTSA box in an envelope.
Parent Volunteer Form
PTSA Parent Volunteer Form
What is the ANGP?
You are invited to be a part of a tradition that exists to keep our soon-to-be graduates safe on one of the most accident-prone nights of their lives – graduation night. Each year the parents of the junior and senior class plan an all-night celebration that is alcohol and drug free. The purpose is to provide a safe environment for the entire senior class to join together one last time and celebrate their graduation from West Springfield.
The West Springfield All Night Grad Party (ANGP) is sponsored by the PTSA, a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization and falls under the guidelines developed by the Virginia Operation Prom/Graduation program (OP/G). In response to a 1987 Virginia DMV request, the Virginia Dept. of Education developed the OP/G program to address the serious issues of youth drinking, drug use, and driving behavior during high-risk social events. Graduation and Prom are two of the highest risk nights for teens. This will be West Springfield’s 26th year!
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