Mother-Son Dance: Wednesday, March 8, 6:30-9:30
Father-Daughter Dance: Thursday, March 9, 6:30-9:30
Students are welcome to bring any parent figure including
aunts, uncles, or family friends.
Dance theme will be announced very soon.
Tickets are only $10.00 per person and
include a yummy dinner and rockin’ DJ!
A photographer will be onsite for pics too
MOTHER-SON DANCE TICKETS (indicate quantity after clicking Buy Now)
FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE TICKETS (indicate quantity after clicking Buy Now)
The mission of the Willow Glen High School Parent Club is to support Willow Glen High School and to promote the welfare of its students, faculty, and staff. It was formed in order to provide a structured organization whereby school personnel, parents, and interested members of the community may come together for the purpose of preservation and enhancement of our students’ educational environment. Specifically our goals are to improve school facilities and programs; to provide better communication between parents, students, teachers, school administration, and the school district; and to support both academic and social activities. The Parent Club will support the charitable efforts of the school by funding programs, materials, and resources in order to support our teachers and enhance the educational experience of the students.
I would like to welcome everyone to our meetings. Please join us anytime. We are WGHS’s PTA organization and this group is a wonderful way to get involved with the school and stay informed regarding events and activities. We would love to see you at a meeting!
We recruit volunteers: by joining the Parent Club and Lauren’s email list, you will be notified of volunteer opportunities.
We raise funds: our main fundraising activity is eScrip. Please sign up/renew at: http://www.escrip.com and choose Willow Glen High School. Please remember that only cash, check, or debit card purchases at Safeway will contribute to our escrip account.
We fund teacher requests: most of our budget is earmarked to buy materials that directly enhance our students’ education.
We organize and hold numerous activities and events: from the Father/Daughter and Mother/Son dances to our Staff Appreciation Breakfast and Freshman Welcome, Parent Club is there creating a special high school experience that is unique to WGHS.
Please join the Parent Club. You may drop off a check for $25 in the front office at any time. And, attend a meeting whenever you can. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have. Hope to hear from you soon!
Lisa Cervantes, Parent Club President
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