The Woodbridge Parent Teacher Student Association Welcomes You to the 2023-2024 School Year!
My name is Elena Marukhlenko and it is my privilege to serve as PTSA president for 2023-2024 school year with such a dedicated and diverse group of volunteers on our board. Woodbridge has an amazing administration and staff, fantastic teachers, awesome students and supportive families.
I know I cannot do this alone! I would like to encourage you to become a member of our PTSA. Joining the PTSA does not commit you to volunteer time, your membership simply means that you support our efforts and our goals. Even though our meetings are not mandatory, they are usually a blast! I highly encourage you to attend if you can, even via Zoom. The meetings are a great opportunity to find out the latest school happenings directly from our principal, Mr. Chris Krebs. I hope you join us for our monthly PTSA meetings at 9:00 am on the 3rd Thursday of every month beginning September 21st in the Teacher’s Lounge. Everyone is welcome!
In the coming year, the PTSA will continue to support the teachers, students, and families through special events and programs like:
- Honored Warrior Awards
- Career Cafe
- Classroom Mini Grants
- Academic Team Competitions
- Student Legislative Action Trip
- Student Grade Level Activities Support
- Staff Appreciation Lunches
- Reflections Arts Program
- Student Scholarships
- Teacher Appreciation Week
- Parent Education Programs
How You Can Help
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 online at WoodbridgePTSA.org OR fill out Membership form and turn it in at Registration or at the Front Office with your cash or check payment.
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.
Volunteer for a PTSA Sponsored Event, Program or Fundraiser. Complete the WHS PTSA Volunteer Sign Up Form or print out and return the form from the registration package. We have an opportunity perfect for whatever time you can give. We speak many languages!.
Shop Smarter. Help WHS receive funds from Ralphs when you link your Rewards card to YN500 Woodbridge High School PTSA at Ralphs.com. Please re-register even if you have joined the Ralph’s program before. Our school will get rewarded every time you shop at Ralphs supermarkets.
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.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with myself or any of the officers on our board. We would love to help you find a way to become an active member of our school community through the PTSA. We are always open to new ideas.
Woodbridge High School PTSA President
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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