West Woodland PTA
The West Woodland Parent Teacher Association (PTA) enriches the educational experience for all students and encourages increased engagement among students, parents, teachers, staff and administrators of West Woodland Elementary School.
Join the West Woodland PTA
Board Positions & Descriptions
You can help. Membership dues fund PTA legislative action networks and our school. To join, fill out our online PTA Membership Enrollment
form. For questions, please contact Membership Chair, Paul Cutting at firstname.lastname@example.org
The PTA encourages input from the community to enhance the experiences at West Woodland. Here are a few methods to do so:
- Visit with a PTA board member or volunteer, or a teacher or staff member .
- Attend PTA General Meetings. See the calendar for dates.
- Participate in the school survey in the Spring. Here are the results from the Spring 2013 survey.
- Join the WW Parents Newsgroup. This is an open forum of West Woodland parents and alumni.
Our West Woodland PTA Legislative Liaison works to keep our community aware of public policy issues that affect schools.
If you have any questions about issues with the school district or the state legislature regarding education bills and funding, feel free to contact West Woodland's Legislative Liaison, Christina Witteman.Our legislative chair reports to the West Woodland community about education issues via the WW parents Yahoo Group , at PTA board meetings,and at PTA General Meetings. The Washington State Legislature will convene in the spring. Legislators need to hear from parents, teachers and staff about our priorities in regard to education.
West Woodland is located in, and most of our families live in the 36th Legislative District.
Our state elected officials are:
Senator Jeanne Kohl-Wells
(206) 281-6854- District Office
(360) 786-7670-Olympia Office
219 John A. Cherberg Building
PO Box 40436
Olympia, WA 98504-0436
Representative Gael Tarleton
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
Representative Reuven Carlyle
104 Modular Building E
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
You can contact each of them directly, or if you prefer you can call the toll-free Legislative Hotline where an operator will get a message to all of your three legislators and the Governor's office. Legislative Hotline: 1.800.562.6000
At Seattle Public Schools, West Woodland is represented by School Board Member Sue Peters.
Contact Ms. Peters and see the schedule of community meetings.
You can also visit:
Washington State Legislature http://www.leg.wa.gov
Seattle Council PTSA at http://www.seattlecouncilptsa.org/
Washington State PTA http://www.wastatepta.org/advocacy/index.html
Meeting Minutes & PTA Newsletters:
The WWPTA Board meets on the first Monday of every month. If there is an issue or idea you want the WWPTA to address, let us know! You are welcome to put an item on our agenda at any time. Please email one of the co-presidents prior to the Friday before the meeting in order to place your issue on the agenda for that month. Also, members of our community are welcome to come to any board meeting. It is helpful, but certainly not required, if you let us know you are coming.
All PTA Board Meeting minutes and PTA General Meeting minutes can be found in the office in the "PTA Minutes" binder. If you would like for a copy of any minutes to be emailed to you, please contact our secretaries directly and they will be happy to furnish them to you. The 2014-2015 PTA Board secretaries are: Darcy Perrault and Shaynee Snider.
Check the school calendar for more information and other events having at West Woodland.
Join WW Parents Newsgroup:
‘WWPARENTS’ is an e-mail discussion group and community bulletin board for parents, guardians, and other caregivers of students at West Woodland Elementary. WWPARENTS is a moderated e-mail group hosted withYahoo Groups.
The purpose of WWPARENTS is to:
- Share information about events relevant to the West Woodland Community.
- Provide feedback for the West Woodland PTA and other groups.
- Help parents, guardians and other caregivers to network with and support one another with questions and answers about issues and events affecting West Woodland students.
To subscribe, send an email to email@example.com. Once approved by the list administrator, you’ll start receiving messages sent to the list.