The Woodbridge Parent Teacher Student Association Welcomes You to the 2020-2021 School Year!
While things are not as usual, some things remain constant.
WHS PTSA is one of those things.
Whether our kids are learning remotely or in the classroom,
WHS PTSA continues to support students and families in a variety of important ways.
During EDL last spring, the PTSA did not take a break. We continued to provide support through monthly meetings which gave our members an opportunity to have conversations with Mr. Krebs about the status of our school. We delivered a scholarship, honorary service awards, a very special Teacher Appreciation Week, a welcome to 8th grade families, and special gifts and support for our graduating Class of 2020.
In the coming year, wherever your students are learning, the PTSA will support them and your families through special events, teacher and learning support, and community building programs like:
- PTSA Meetings to Keep You Informed and Connected
- Career & College Workshops
- PTSA Website, Social Media and Newsletter
- Honored Warrior Awards
- Reflections Arts Program
- Academic Team Competitions
- Student Scholarships
- Teacher Appreciation Week
- Parent Education Programs
- Classroom Mini Grants
How You Can Help
During this time, your support is more important than ever for the PTSA to continue to provide these and many other programs for WHS!
Join the PTSA. Any level of involvement is greatly appreciated and helps show your support. You can join at WoodbridgePTSA.org. Print and mail us your form & check, or turn them in during Re-Registration.
Volunteer for a PTSA Sponsored Event, Program or Fundraiser. Complete the PTSA Volunteer Sign Up Google Form or print out and return the form found on our website. We have an opportunity perfect for whatever time you can give.
Support the PTSA. Please support our primary fundraising program, our fall Donation Drive,by making a donation at WoodbridgePTSA.org. Be sure to ask your employer if an employee matching program for non-profit organizations is offered. Your contribution is tax deductible in accordance with Federal and State tax laws. Woodbridge PTSA is a 501(3) tax exempt organization. Our tax ID is 33-0486180.
Shop Smarter. Help WHS receive funds from Ralphs when you link your Rewards card to YN500 Woodbridge High School PTSA at Ralphs.com.This needs to be done every fall to be valid, so please re-register even if you have joined the Ralph’s program before. While you’re at it, please also click HERE to register for Amazon Smileand select 4408 Woodbridge High PTSA as the charity you are supporting. Our school will get rewarded every time you shop.
Stay Informed. Visit WoodbridgePTSA.org, follow our Facebookand Instagram posts, read the PTSA newsletters that are emailed regularly to our members, and please join us for our monthly PTSA meetings which are held at 9 AM on the 3rd Thursday of every month beginning September 17th . They are a great way to meet the WHS Parent Community and hear the latest school happenings directly from our principal, Chris Krebs.
On behalf of the entire Woodbridge Parent Teacher Student Association, thank you in advance for your support of WHS and the PTSA. We look forward to working with you this year to continue to help make our school outstanding and help our kids get the most out of high school no matter where they are learning.
Alli Novosel Woodbridge High School PTSA President President@WoodbridgePTSA.org
California PTA has created COVID-19 pages on their website with information and resources that are relevant to you. For example, you can find out how to talk to your children about the outbreak; learn strategies for staying healthy and busy while confined to your house; browse distance-learning
- Answers to frequently asked questions shared by families and communities navigating the pandemic
- Guidance on handling school closures and where to find school meal services
- Updates on the state office work-from-home plan
- How COVID-19 has impacted the U.S. Census
Visit the Resources for Parents and Families page for:
- Tips for social and emotional well-being
- Learning at home and distance-learning resources for parents and children
- How to maintain healthy habits such as eating well and getting enough exercise
Visit the Enacted Legislation page for:
- Summaries of the three COVID-19 relief packages that have been passed by the U.S. Congress so far
- State legislation that affects children, families and schools impacted by coronavirus
Woodbridge PTSA is a 501(3) tax exempt organization. Your contribution is tax deductible in accordance with Federal and State tax laws. Our tax ID is 33-0486180. Be sure to ask your employer if an employee matching program for non-profit organizations is offered.
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