BRING A FRIEND! If you know someone who is concerned about how education at the national and local level affects Washington Township bring them to a meeting!!!
There is a place for everyone and we need all hands on deck to be able to Inform, Collaborate, Influence and Advocate!!!
ALL PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS FROM ALL WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS ARE WELCOME!
Do you know someone who would be an excellent delegate/ambassador/representative/contributor for any of the schools in Washington Township? Bring them to a meeting. The more the merrier!
We would love to have more parents JUST LIKE YOU from all of our wonderful schools to regularly attend our monthly two-hour meetings.
Parent Council Network is the perfect volunteer opportunity for parents who can't volunteer at school during the work day.
NOTE: Committees meet the same night as Parent Council Network meetings to accommodate busy schedules.
TWO.HOURS.PER.MONTH. That's it! We have just nine meetings during the school year. 18.HOURS.PER.YEAR.
We value diverse opinions, perspectives and skills to help us work on issues that matter to Washington Township parents and students across our entire district.
May Meeting Minutes/Recap
What a treat to hear a Superintendent update from Dr. Woodson and another School Board Recap from our liaison John Fencl! We also heard from a wonderful panel about the importance of recess in our schools and had a lively discussion about recess and brain breaks during the day. If you have concerns about your child's recess time, please contact school administration and/or Mrs. Kim Piper, Director of Elementary Education.
Click here for the written minutes from last month's meeting.
Having an active, independent parent-driven advocacy group in Washington Township demonstrates to the Administration, School Board and entire community that we care about our schools, teachers and kids. By providing information to parents and caregivers, we empower them to be leaders in our community. With our active committees, we enable them to have an impact on issues that matter and ultimately affect the quality of the public education experience for all families in our district.
In addition, we are a useful, supportive group in two key ways: 1) by serving our district in an advisory capacity on many different issues and 2) by being active in support of our schools at the local and state levels.
Meet Your Current Leaders:
2017-2018 Board of Directors
President: Taryn Greaser (Fox Hill/Westlane)
Immediate Past President: Kristina Frey (Fox Hill)