At its meetings, the Board typically discusses progress on PTSA goals and programs, and considers other items on the agenda. The meetings are open to the community, and participation is welcomed as long as time allows. The Board may vote to go into a private session to discuss legal or other matters requiring confidentiality.
Meetings in 2020-21 normally will be 6:30-8 pm once a month. During the pandemic, Zoom is being used, with links available in our calendar or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The schedule is below. Check the PTSA calendar for latest info. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Posted minutes with * indicates minutes are still pending Board approval.
Board Meeting Dates & Minutes
- 2020-21: Oct. 12 | Nov. 9 |Dec. 14 | Jan.11 | Feb. 8 | March 1 | April 5 | May 10 | June 14
- 2019-20: Sept. 9 | Sept. 21 | Oct. 14 | Nov. 18 | Dec. 16 | Jan. 27 | March 9 | April 6 | May 11 | June 1
- 2018-19: Sept. 11 | Oct. 1 | Nov. 1 | Nov. 5 | Dec. 3 | Jan. 14 |
Feb. 4| March 4 | April 22 | May 6 | June 3
Community Meetings (also called “General Meetings”) are open to all and are meant to engage the WMS community with parent/guardian education and other programs. They may include a guest speaker, documentary movie, PTSA business (Board elections, budget approval, etc.) or a special feature. Recent examples: Program on “Vape, Juul, Fentanyl & More: What Families Need to Know”; LaKesha Kimbrough presentation on student success; Q&A with School Board Member Zachary DeWolf; showing of “Angst,” a documentary on anxiety in children.
Community Meetings in 2020-21 normally will be 6-8 pm, a minimum of three times during the school year. During the pandemic, Zoom is being used, with links available in our calendar or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNITY MEETING Dates & Minutes
Posted minutes with * indicates minutes are pending approval by WMS PTSA.
- 2020-21: Oct. 21 | March 25 | May 24
- 2019-20: Oct. 28 | Feb. 10 | June 8 (canceled)
- 2018-19: Nov. 1 | Jan. 28 | April 1 | June 1
For other PTSA documents, including our bylaws (the “Standing Rules”), see: