Your Willow Glen Middle School PTA brings parents, teachers, and staff together to enhance the quality of education for our students. Our partnership with WGMS enriches the school day for the kids as we encourage a welcoming, safe and fun place of learning.
PTA supplements school funding providing valuable enrichment programs. We have proudly represented WGMS in amazing ways! Parent support of PTA has helped fund technology, field study trips, incentive programs for academic success, classroom supplies, science lab supplies, and teacher grants to purchase materials for classroom learning. We provide supplies and basic necessities to students in need promoting PTA’s goal of success for all students. In addition to the classroom, PTA supports student activities and fun all with the help of our indispensable parent volunteers.
Please be a part of the great work we do. Together we build a community at WGMS that directly impacts student success in and outside of the classroom.
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The Willow Glen Middle School PTA is a non-profit volunteer organization. Our PTA is a member of the National PTA, the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation. In California, the state PTA organization ranks as the oldest and largest statewide non-profit volunteer organization advocating on behalf of our children.
* Every adult has a responsibility to ensure that all children have the opportunity to develop to
their full potential.
* Parents/guardians are children’s first teachers.
* Family involvement is essential throughout a child’s educational experience.
* Family is the basic unit of society responsible for the support and nurturing of all children.
* Family may be defined many ways.
Our collective responsibility includes advocating for the safety, welfare, and the opportunity for quality public education for all children. (*from the California State PTA website)
August 24th at 6:30pm
September 21st at 6:30pm
October 19th at 6:30 pm
November 16th at 6:30 pm
No December meeting January 18th, at 6:30 February 15th at 6:30 pm
March 15th at 6:30 pm
April 19th at 6:30 pm
May 17th at 6:30 pm
At meetings, members vote on requests for funding and receive updates on PTA and school activities from the Principal and Committee Chairs. A general agenda is:
A very large Thank you to all of our sponsors and parents who helped WGMS realize their Walk-A-Thon Goal for the 2016-2017 School year.
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