• Wilson Middle School PTSA:

    Supporting Student Success!

    Officers for the 2017-18 School Year

    Chad Quesnell, President

    David Oldencamp, Vice-President

    Lexi Mitchell, Treasurer

    Heather Quesnell, Secretary

    Wilson PTSA Membership Form

    Meetings

    PTSA meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 6:00 PM in the office meeting room.

    Our next meetings are on Wednesday, May 2nd and June 6th .

    Thanks to all of our new members for joining us!

  • Wilson PTSA News

    Wilson PTSA is hosting a fundraising night at Wendy’s on Thursday, May 10th from

    5-7pm to raise funds for Wilson staff, parents, and student events.  We hope to see YOU there to help out and make our event successful!!

     

    Scholastic Book Fairs

    Our spring fair was a huge success earning a total of $1,600 worth of FREE BOOKS to benefit ALL of our students with new books for the library.  Thanks to everyone who came and bought great new books including a few online shoppers as well.

    Our next fair will be during FALL CONFERENCES NOVEMBER 7TH AND 9TH!!

    We need parents who are willing to help out for at least an hour on either day; before or after your conference is a good time to help out. Please contact Mrs. Madrinich in the library 573-2407/2422 or email madrinich.kari@yakimaschools.org if you want to help out. Profits from the fair benefit all students at Wilson with new books and other things like comfortable reading chairs for the library.

    You can view our fair online and shop from home too at: Wilson Book Fair  The online fair is open a week before and a week after the sale dates listed above, and you have an even larger selection of books to choose from when you shop online.  Any books ordered online get FREE SHIPPING and you can select from more titles too!!

    Arts Reflections Program

    Reflections

    The 2018 National PTA Arts Reflections Program theme:

    "Heroes Around Me"

    Entries are due by Friday, December 14th before winter break!!

    It's up to students to decide how they can express their artisitic interpretation of this theme using any of the 6 arts categories: literature, visual arts, photography, video, music or dance choreography.   Students receiving the top prize of Outstanding Interpretation in their grade level will go on to the state and possibly national level competitions.  Be sure to pick up forms and rules to have your entry ready for the judges!  It's never too early to start thinking about and creating art for this years competition!  Rules can also be found at the National PTA website:  PTA Reflections Art Program  

    For entry forms and  questions contact Mrs. Madrinich at 573-2407 or email at madrinich.kari@yakimaschools.org