• Wilson Middle School PTSA:

    Supporting student success!

  • Officers for 2016-17 School Year

    Cristine Carlson, President

    Becca VanGuse, Vice-President

    Heather Quesnell, Treasurer

    Laura Hevland, Secretary

     

  • Wilson PTSA News

    Scholastic Book Fairs

    Thanks to all who helped out with the book fair this year and all of you who supported our PTSA by shopping!  We had the best fairs this past year earning over one thousand dollars for our school library to purchase new books and a new comfy reading chair!

    Our next fair will be during spring conferences  Wed., March 29th from noon to 5 PM and Thurs., March 30st from 4 to 8 PM.

    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.

    eScrip

    Have you renewed your eScrip for Wilson Middle School yet this year? In order for Wilson to receive up to 10% of your Safeway purchases, you must renew on their website annually by Nov. 1st. You will find the "Sign up" page here: https://secure.escrip.com/supporter/registration/index.jsp

    Some schools are earning tens of thousands of dollars annually through their eScrip donations. Imagine what Wilson PTSA could be doing for our students, staff and community with that kind of support. If you haven't signed up yet, it only takes a few minutes. Renewing is even quicker.

    Some things PTSA is doing for Wilson are: staff and student appreciation, Reflections Arts Program, and Scholastic Book Fairs.

    Arts Reflections Program

    Reflections

    The 2015-16 National PTA Arts Reflections Program theme:

    "Let Your Imagination Fly!"

    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.  Entries are due before winter break in December of 2016 for the next year's competition.  Several Wilson students won an award at the ceremony in January for this year. 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:  http://www.pta.org/programs/content.cfm?ItemNumber=3804&navItemNumber=3805

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