Coming Up (WHS Calendar)
Events occur at WHS, unless other noted.
A Letter from the President's Desk
Dear WHS PTO members,
Enjoy the weeks ahead. I hope to see you on the 20th!
WHS PTO President
PTO Member Spotlight on...Deb Sollinger
What is your current WHS PTO role? Chair, Pie Fundraiser
Where are you from? Originally from Baltimore, Maryland
Where did you go to school? MSW from Yeshiva University, worked in not for profit for many years
What do you do now? What is your profession or job? Currently owner/director of Camp Laurel - children's residential summer camp in Maine
How many children do you have and what are their ages? 3 girls - junior, freshman and fourth grader
Why did you become involved in the PTO? One of the wonderful things about living in a small town is the ability to understand, and then hopefully influence, what is happening around you. I joined the PTO to gain a better understanding of our schools, the systems governing it, and the individuals with whom I was partnering to educate my children. Having an impact on your community is a process, and for me that process began with what has the greatest impact on my family right now - the school system.
What are your PTO goals for this year? We are so fortunate to live in such a generous community. The PTO does a wonderful job providing supplemental funding for the schools. I hope to raise as much as we can this fall to support the PTO, the administration, and ultimately, our children.
WHS PTO Pie Fundraiser
Order deadline, November 1st. Order online HERE.
For questions or to pay by check, email email@example.com.
PTO Volunteer Corner
HELP WANTED: CALLING ALL BAKERS - Let's raise some DOUGH!!
Donations and Volunteers needed for the WHS PTO Election Day Bake Sale. We'll need as many quick breads, whole pies, cookies, cakes, brownies, muffins, etc. as possible! (Last year we sold out before the evening rush!)
This is a town-wide fave and an IMPORTANT fundraiser for the PTO! Net proceeds benefit the WHS PTO Philanthropy efforts and have a direct impact on our school and students.
Drop off baked goods between 3-5pm on Monday, November 4th in the back of the Middle School by the voting entrance. Please note: All items should be individually wrapped and labeled with the list of ingredients, and please - No nuts!
Please join us on Friday, November 1, 8:30 am, for the General WHS PTO Board meeting as we learn how Weston High School is handling the vaping situation. More to come on speakers.
-Angela Zielinski, WHS PTO Vice President
Opening Balance August 1: $43,597, Closing Balance September 30, $56,101. Net income September YTD date $12,504.
August and September financials were preliminarily approved at the Executive Board Meeting and will be presented for final approval at the next General Board Meeting in November.
-Jen Fish-Meir, WHS PTO Treasurer
Click HERE to read the WHS PTO BOE Representative, Laura Schlossberg's report from the September 23 BOE meeting. This report includes detailed notes and links to the recorded meetings.
Save the Date! Food and Funk, October 20, 3-6 pm
To kick off spirit week at the high school, the WHS PTO will be hosting an event for both students and families. We will have live music from our own high school band Caravan, food trucks, and tables of Weston Trojan swag and merchandise for sale! School location will be listed in next week's newsletter. All should note that this event was requested by the SGA!
Click HERE for a full list of PTO Grade Parent Reps.
Reminders & Other Notes
Join the PTO:
If you are reading this and haven’t already, please join the PTO. You will not receive important mailings and information if you are not a member. It's free for WHS families! CLICK HERE to join.
Comments, Questions, Suggestions?
We love to hear from our members, so don't hesitate to contact any of your Board members or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WHS PTO newsletter is distributed biweeklyon Mondays (except holidays & vacations). Please send your WHS-related submissions by the preceding end of day Thursday to Amy Jansen, the Communications Chair, at email@example.com. The Fall 2019 schedule for newsletter publications is 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, and 12/16 (subject to change). Any submissions received after that time may be delayed until the next newsletter.
Community or "About Town" news (and any information not directly related to WHS) will not be included in regular weekly newsletters. This type of information and news will be sent out monthly in a supplemental edition of the newsletter on the THIRD Friday of each month. Please send submissions by the preceding Wednesday (late submissions may not be included until the next month). Please send questions or submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking & Security at WHS:
When visiting WHS please remember to bring your driver's license for identification. Security will scan your license and issue you a visitor badge. The badge must be worn at all times while in the building and returned to security when you leave.
Visitor parking is on the street opposite the Main Entrance and on the access road between WIS and WHS (stadium field side only). Please refrain from parking in any parking lot or numbered space. These spaces are reserved and have been assigned to students and staff members. An empty space in a parking lot does not mean it’s an available space.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation.