General Meetings:

Location Wilson Media Center

EARLIER START TIME!

6:00PM

October 9, 2017

November 13, 2017

December no meeting

January no meeting

February 5, 2018

March 12, 2018,

April 16, 2018

May 21, 2018

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Thank You Wilson families and Staff!  The Bear Store had a successful night bringing in over $6000!  We also received at least 75 new members for the PTSA who had a Opportunity Drawing for all who joined and 



Mr. Guadalupe Rafael won the duffel bag and $40 gift card drawing! He planned to surprise his son with the gift certificate, letting him pick out what he wanted.

 

PTSA 2017/2018

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College Information Night October 9th at 6pm

College Information Night October 9th at 6pm

PTSA Membership Information

Please come & support the Wilson High School PTSA in our many activities and programs during the school year.

Meetings are held monthly, in the Media Center on Campus. These meetings are scheduled for 6pm.  Please see the schedule to the left for dates. Agendas are posted on this website.

The PTSA is open to all parents, students, school staff and our local community. Your annual tax-deductible membership is offered in three levels:

 

General Membership - $10 per person

Students & Alumni - $5 per person

Woody & Wilma - $20 per person

Red & Gold - $100

The Campanile - $250

 

JOIN NOW!  Simply follow the links at the tops of the PTSA page and join through PayPal

 

If you prefer to pay by check, please submit at our next PTSA meeting, in the Bear Store or by mailing your check (Payable to Wilson PTSA) at:

Wilson PTSA, c/o Wilson High School
4400 E 10th Street
Long Beach, CA  90804

An Official PTSA Envelope is not required, but please include your email address, your name, your student(s) name, phone number and address for future communications. Membership Cards & Directories can be picked up at PTSA meetings.

Presidents Message 2017-2018

Welcome to Wilson PTSA! The importance of the PTSA is to advocate for children in our community. These children play in our neighborhoods, study in our schools and ask for help when in need. At the PTSA our goal is every child one voice. It doesn’t matter who the child is; what they represent is the importance. Children will always be members of our nation’s future, as citizens they must be heard.

 

The PTSA is a results organization that listens to these children and helps them on their way to become young adults. As the Wilson PTSA president it is my job to ensure the plans and goals of the PTSA are implemented and completed with a successful outcome. It is my concern that many parents do not understand the function of the PTSA in our school. At Wilson PTSA our parents are the key to leverage the volunteer workforce to implement school programs. The PTSA meets regularly to address issues that are important to parents, teachers, and public school administrators.

 

An effective PTSA helps promote communication and education about current events, issues and achievements. How can you help your children be successful? Join the PTSA and get involved. Day after day, week after week, month after month we see your children grow up. How much more can we do with your participation? Will you join the PTSA this year to show your child how much you care? Will you make the time to be a volunteer for at least one event? I challenge you to start thinking about ways you can help support the PTSA. Through our parent education program we have plans to bring guest speakers from various public and private industries to engage our families and staff about our community and opportunities in our region. Safety is our primary focus which is a fulltime job for parents. As a PTSA president, I want all parents, teachers, and students to know that your voice can be heard in our public meetings. I ask you to come learn, bring your ideas, questions and concerns to our association meetings and together we will promote a safe community for our children.

 

Our membership team needs your help to invite parents, family, and friends to become members of the Wilson High School PTSA. Our membership goal this year is 600 members; with your support we can provide more scholarships to graduating seniors and as members you can receive exclusive discounts and privileges. 

 

Welcome to Wilson -

Robert McCoy

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PTA Information

Wilson PTSA

c/o Wilson High School
4400 E 10th Street
Long Beach, CA  90804

 

Long Beach Council PTSA

1515 Hughes Way, Suite 227

Long Beach, CA 90810

Email: LBCPTA@gmail.com

http://lbcpta.squarespace.com/

 

33rd (Thirty-Third) District PTSA

5629 Pearce Avenue

Lakewood, CA 90712

Mailing Address:

PO Box 1235

Lakewood, CA 90714
Phone: 562-804-4519

http://www.33rdpta.org

 

California State PTA

2327 L Street

Sacramento, CA 95816-5014
Phone: (916) 440-1985 Fax: (916) 440-1986

http://capta.org/

 

National PTA

National PTA Headquarters
1250 N. Pitt Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone: (800) 307-4782
Fax: (703) 836-0942
Email: info@pta.org

http://www.pta.org/

The National PTA (National Congress of Parents and Teachers) is a volunteer educational organization, founded in Washington, D.C., in 1897. Branches of the National PTA have been established in all 50 United States, the District of Columbia, U.S. Virgin Islands, and in schools for American dependents in Europe and the Pacific area.

The California State PTA (California Congress of Parents, Teachers, and Students, Inc.) is a branch of the National PTA, serving as a connecting link between the national organization and its membership within the state.

District PTAs are geographical divisions of the California State PTA, established to carry out its programs. All PTA districts organized after July 1, 1980, are required to have number designations.

Councils of PTAs/PTSAs are created by the California State PTA for the purpose of conference, leadership training, and coordination of efforts of the member units.

Unit PTAs are organized and chartered in conformity with rules and regulations as prescribed in the bylaws of the California State PTA. These units are self-governing bodies for the purpose of planning programs and activities to meet local community needs. However, they are required to observe policies of the California State PTA and/or National PTA.