About the PTSA

PTSA Goals for 2017-2018

  • Provide “Welcome Back Luncheon” for teachers & staff
  • Continue establishing student positions on PTSA Board to allow student representation during meetings
  • Provide SAT/ACT Princeton Review Practice Test/Strategy sessions
  • Increase participation in Florida PTSA Reflections Program
  • Increase Wiregrass PTSA membership
  • Provide wducational family/student program
  • Participate in Pasco’s 3Ps (Assist underprivileged Pasco Students)
  • Sponsor jeans drive for needy children in nearby shelters
  • Provide awareness/preventionpProgram for students
  • Facilitate National Safe Teen Driver Week-pledge wall (October)
  • Assist ABC families with food & gifts during holidays
  • Award school-wide resource grants
  • Provide assistance at Bulls Pride Program celebration
  • Support and raise awareness for S.A.D.D. Club  
  • Continue to advocate for safe teen driving laws within the Florida Legislature
  • Support National Highway Safety Traffic Month (May)
  • Assist school personnel during student AP registration luncheon
  • Provide monetary support for academic letters/pins
  • Provide “Teacher/Staff Appreciation Luncheon” (May)
  • Award PTSA senior scholarships
  • Provide assistance with school wide initiatives. In particular provide assistance in obtaining volunteers, mentors, tutors and classroom helpers

PTSA Vision: Making every child's potential a reality.

PTSA Mission: The overall purpose of the PTSA is threefold.

  1. A powerful voice for all children
  2. A relevant resource for families and communities
  3. A strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.

 

What does the "S" Stand for in the PTSA?

Parent Teacher Student Associations (PTSA)s actually provide youth members with the opportunity to make a difference by developing leadership skills, learning about the legislative process, increasing their self-esteem, and contributing to the school. In turn, adult members gain a new perspective for program development, as well as acquire a better understanding of the youth of today.

Attention Students! PTSA Wants YOU! WRHS PTSA is looking for 3-4 student PTSA Board Members to represent our student body. Get involved with PTSA and have a saying as to what activities, programs, spirit wear and student body concerns. (Must attend ALL monthly PTSA Board Meetings — alternating 2nd Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m. and 2nd Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in administration’s conference room — cannot miss classroom time. Meetings run for approximately 1½ to 2 hours.)

What does the Student PTSA Board Member Receive? Volunteer hours and something that looks great on college applications

Students who are seniors and PTSA members can apply for PTSA scholarships!