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Read below for the latest news & events from
WMS PTSA.

New HOST schedule available!

Thu, Mar 1: Angst Documentary & Discussion. WMS, 6:30pm. Join the WMS PTSA and Thurgood Marshall Elementary PTAs for a screening and discussion of Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. Dinner will be available for purchase. Learn more and RSVP here.

Wed, Mar 14: Volunteers needed for Pi Day! Volunteers needed in WMS classrooms for Pi Day/Math Town. Go to our SignUpGenius.

Host families needed for Japanese students!
Garfield High School is seeking host families for its Japanese student exchange program in March; WMS families encouraged to apply. Find out more.

WMS School Tour
Parent- and student-led tour for prospective families (sign up at right to help–a nice way to see your school in action!):

  • Friday February 16, 8:30-10:00am

The Science Fair date has changed to June 7; see our new Calendars page for other upcoming school events, like the Pancake Breakfast.

WMS Info Nights for Prospective students
Featured speakers: Principal Susan Follmer and a student panel.

  • Tuesday February 13, 6:30-8pm

Friday Night skiing started Jan 12. Additional ski date of March 2 added due to cancelled trip (no skiing on Feb 23; mid-winter break).

Other Important Events

  • No School Feb 8 (student-led conferences)
  • Multicultural Night: Feb 15
  • PTSA Member Meeting: moved to March, exact date TBA

For other events, see:


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The WMS PTSA benefits all students at WMS by funding academic and enrichment programs, community events, classroom and teacher grants, and supplemental services.

View the detailed WMS PTSA 17-18 Budget.

Annual Fund

The PTSA Annual Fund Drive is going from now until Feb 16thOur goal is to raise $150,000 to continue supporting the amazing projects, grants, events our kids and their teachers and families deserve.

View our AF Brochure and make a donation today!

Less than 10 days left in our Drive!

Auction

The WMS Auction is a fun and social fundraising event with locally donated food and chefs, WMS student waitstaff and musical performers, and donated events and items from the community.