PTSA

  • All parents and staff are encouraged to become active members of our PTSA.  Your membership helps support activities and projects at Walter C. Young.  All members are encouraged to attend PTSA meetings.  Dates and times can be confirmed via the PTSA newsletter and the Walter C. Young Website.

    Please volunteer

    We need volunteers for out PTSA board for next year.  Please contact waltercyoungptsa@gmail.com.

    The email address for PTSA:  waltercyoungptsa@gmail.com

    Walter C. Young Middle School

     PTSA Board

    President: Karen Hugh-Sam

    1st Vice President: Martha Ibarrola

    Treasurer: Nancy Gold

    Recording Secretary: Elizabeth Austin

    Corresponding Secretary: 

    Membership: Erika Tendrich


    PTSA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

    Walter C. Young Middle School PTSA are always looking for parents who are interested in assisting with the many wonderful programs that PTSA sponsors.

    All parents and staff are encouraged to become active members of our PTSA.  Your membership helps support activities and projects at Walter C. Young.  All members are encouraged to attend PTSA meetings.  Dates and times can be confirmed via the PTSA newsletter and the Walter C. Young Website.

     

    PTSA Executive Officers hold elected positions.  Elections are held in the spring before the start of the new school year.

    PTSA stands for Parent Teacher Student Association.  The mission of the PTSA is to make every child’s potential a reality. What is the PTSA?

    Purpose

    • Powerful voice for all children.
    • Relevant resource for families and communities.
    • Strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.
    • Serve as a type of forum where parents, teachers, administrators, and other concerned adults discuss ways to promote quality education, strive to expand the arts, encourage community involvement, and work for a healthy environment and safe neighborhoods.

    Involvement

    • Join the PTSA
    • Attend Meetings.
    • Volunteer to support PTSA activities and projects

    Importance

    • Regular updates on school activities and policies.
    • Access to teachers and administrators at your child's school.
    •  Access to parents of other children at the school.
    • A forum to discuss concerns and problems at school.
    • If the problem needs attention from the state or national government, any local, district, or state PTSA can bring the issue to the attention of the National PTSA.
    • Access to resources on parenting, education, and more from the National PTSA.
    • Appreciation from teachers for all your help.
    • Education about school policies, state funding, and other issues concerning your school.