PTSA

Please join us for the March PTSA Meeting

Our March 2018 General Membership meeting will be held on Monday, March 12th at 7pm.

UPCOMING SESSIONS FOR RISING 9th-12th GRADES: January 27th Academic Planning Sessions, Saturday from 9 am to noon.

Families can attend drop-in information sessions on Dual Enrollment (college credits while in high school), Wakefield’s AP Capstone Diploma certification, HILT classes for graduation credit (for second language students), Career Center certification opportunities, Math Track options, drop-in sessions with counselors and more! See flier for more information.

Spanish, Amharic, Arabic and Mongolian translators will be available.

GENERAL INFORMATION

WELCOME to Wakefield High School, home of the Warrior Nation. We are happy to have you and your family as part of our community, and can’t believe the 1st quarter of 2017-18 is over! We are the PTSA – Parent/Guardian-Teacher/Staff-Student Association, and we would love for you to join us!  (see Welcome Message from our PTSA Board)

  • If you are a freshman family or a new family to Wakefield (or Arlington), please visit the Resources for New Families page the PTSA has put together.
  • To understand how to get connected, please visit our Get Connected page. Messages are frequently sent through our PTSA-Boosters listserv – the Principal, counseling staff, activities director and our college counselor use this listserv as a primary means of communication. We communicate often, but are pretty good about putting the subject in the header so you can ignore information you don’t need or want. We also engage parents through robocalls (mostly second language parents) and APS SchoolTalk messages.

 Follow us on TWITTER: @wakefieldptsa


Please Join the PTSA! Por favor unirse a la PTSA.

Online membership and secure payment form (via PayPal) is now available!  Please become a member today.

If you prefer to join the old-fashioned way, here is a link to our paper form in English and Spanish.

Why Join? The PTSA Supports Student Learning and Our Staff

How does the PTSA spend the funds raised? How does the PTSA support our teachers and learning for Wakefield students? Check out our Grants Page, with letters from teachers and pictures of the last two years of PTSA-funded Teacher Grants in action!


Join the Wakefield PTSA & Boosters Listserv


Keep on top of important info by reading the PTSA Newsletter: The Warrior News


Your PTSA: A Parent-Teacher-STUDENT Association

We are are not just a regular Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) at Wakefield but a PTSA – the “S” stands for students. At every PTSA meeting this year, we invited students to speak with us about their activities, initiatives and concerns. It is a great way for us all to connect with our high school students, hear what is important to them and be sure we are meeting their needs. Come join us!


List of Important 2017-18 Dates


PTSA meetings are usually held in Room A-134 at 7:00 p.m. on Monday evenings. We have a few meetings at the beginning of the year on Saturday mornings from 9:30-11:30 am, in an attempt to allow parents and guardians to attend at least one meeting each semester.


2017-18 Officers

Executive Committee:

Kathleen McSweeney, President

Gabriela Uro, Vice President

Velvet Beard, Treasurer

Cindy MacIntyre, Secretary

Twanna Lesperance, Antelmo DeLeon and Pat Barrett, Membership Team

Lisa Labella, Staff Membership and Teacher Liaison

Elisa Cotto, Communications Chair

Mahender Dudani, CCPTA Representative

*IMPORTANT DATES*

March 12 – General Membership Meeting

January 20 – Science Fair at Wakefield

January 27 – Academic Planning for Families and Students. Saturday 9 am-noon

 

 

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