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 and the PTSA website. We fund the Washington Middle School app.
- Support our teachers. We provide grants to each teacher, and fund departmental and other needs. We share classroom news on our website and emails.
- 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.
Read the latest news:
HOST (Husky Out of School Time) is offering a great Spring 2021 lineup of free enrichment and recreation classes to support students in their growth mindset. Due to COVID-19, HOST again will be virtual this semester, but some programs will get students moving, and away from their screens! HOST is coordinated by Seattle Parks & … Continue reading New options for HOST spring classes!
Sixth-graders are getting ready for Virtual STEM Expo Industry Day 9-10 am on Wednesday, March 10, as part of their progress toward STEM Expo later this year. WMS is seeking STEM professionals to participate as volunteers! (See below.) What is STEM Expo Industry Day? Volunteers from various organizations will interact with students and discuss their … Continue reading Virtual STEM Expo Industry Day on March 3