Welcome to the Woodinville High School PTSA website.
The WHS PTSA is dedicated to supporting the students and staff of Woodinville High.
The members of the WHS PTSA Nominating Committee present the following candidates for election to the 2021-2022 WHS PTSA Executive Board:
Co-Presidents: Kara Roth and Liza Yore
Vice President: Kristin Duff
Treasurer: Candace Wenzel
Secretary: Beth Grothen
The WHS PTSA election will be held at the General Meeting on June 9, 2021 from 11 am to 12 pm. All current members are welcome to attend and vote.
Woodinville High School PTSA Welcomes You!
Welcome back to school everyone!
As we look ahead to the 2020-2021 school year, we are committed to helping students,
teachers, and staff during these extraordinary times. We can’t predict how COVID -19 will
impact the school experience this year but we are expecting both new and ongoing
requests for support.
Please consider becoming a member. The PTSA’s voice in advocating for our students in
Woodinville and Washington is strengthened by our membership numbers. Also by
becoming a member you have access to our online directory and you can enjoy the benefits
and discounts offered by the Washington State PTSA.
We are happy to serve another year as Co-Presidents! Our PTSA’s continued commitment
to enrich student and staff experiences at WHS remains our focus as we begin a new school
Shauna Kennedy and Francine Sullivan
2020-2021 PTSA Co-Presidents
Become a Member!
Joining PTSA is a great way to show your support of WHS and to get connected with other members of our Falcon family. By becoming a member of the Woodinville High School PTSA, you become part of the active community that supports dozens of academic and artistic programs at Woodinville High School. With a PTSA membership, you are also uniting with thousands of other parents, teachers and supporters in helping make our voices heard for our children! Join the PTSA online.
Thanks to your generous donations to Pass The Hat, we are able to support and enhance the educational experience of all students and staff at WHS.
Volunteer opportunities available during Northshore Learns 3.0 will be shared soon.
Involvement by student's families and community members contributes to a successful school experience and has a positive impact on student achievement. When caring adults participate in the education of children, students achieve better grades, have better attendance, complete homework, and show higher aspirations.