The Washington Middle School PTSA is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization. We:

  • Keep families connected. We host community events. We share news in Purple Press emails, texts, the WMS app, and the PTSA website. We reach out in multiple languages.
  • Support our teachers. We provide grants to each teacher, and fund departmental needs. We make “Opportunity Grants” available for larger projects, special events and more.
  • Support student learning.  We fund enrichment activities, during the day and after school.
  • Promote advocacy and equity. We educate our community about issues such as K-12 funding and Seattle District policies. We help provide equity in education opportunities and seek to be an actively anti-racism organization.

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Kahoot Trivia Night is Friday!

Join WMS families for a night of every student’s favorite online game*: Kahoot! Test your trivia knowledge and win prizes! 6:30-7:30 pm, Friday, April 23. How it works: You will compete by answering trivia questions on one device while watching the host on another device. (These device can be computers, tablets or smartphones.) Go to … Continue reading Kahoot Trivia Night is Friday!

May 6 interactive demos of TAF project-based learning

WMS families are invited to learn more about STEM by TAF’s project-based learning model during two sessions, 11-noon and 5-6 pm on Thursday, May 6. Sign up to receive Zoom links for the event. (Registration required.) The event will feature Alec McQuinn, Makerspace coordinator, and Dylan Withrow, Teacher Science Partnership (TSP) coordinator. Alec will show … Continue reading May 6 interactive demos of TAF project-based learning