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Mission of the PTA

  Support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children.
  To assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children.
  To encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.

Purpose of the PTA

          To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school,  
        community and place of worship.
          To raise the standards of home life.
          To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children
        and youth.
          To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that 
        parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the
        education of children and youth.
          To develop between educators and the general public such 
        united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the
        highest advantages in physical, mental, social and spiritual


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Why Join The WVHS PTA?

The WVHS PTA is a not for profit parent and teacher organization. It benefits all of our students and staff by funding project and departmental grants, student activities, senior scholarships, staff luncheons, and many other activities. By joining the WVHS PTA, you become part of a nationwide organization whose vision is “Every Child One Voice”.

WVHS PTA Programs and Events

 Annual PTA Silent Auction
Warriors on the Run
Color Run w/WVHS
Athletic Booster Club
Senior Sailabration  Seasonal Newsletter 
 LMC Volunteers Schwan's - Replacing Market Day  Building Improvements  PTA and IPPC Scholarships 
 Senior Scholarships Staff Grants 
Community Service Projects
w/HS Clubs 
Reflections program 
 Valley Runway Support Young Hearts For Life  Staff Appreciation Luncheons  Green & Gold Awards 
 Graduation Signs     "One Day" Volunteers 

  Ways To Support WVHS PTA

 Register to become a Member  Support our Restaurant Nights
 Attend the annual PTA Silent Auction  Buy through Schwan's (replacing Market Day)
 Make a donation  Volunteer for a Committee

2017-2018 PTA Meetings @ 7:00 PM in The Warrior Room - Rm 156

(March 20 will be held in the LMC)
Sept 12, Nov 14, Jan 09, Feb 13, Mar 20, and Apr 17
All are invited and welcome to attend meetings.

Thank You For Your Support!


Events, Meetings & Newsletter

WV PTA 2017-2018 Event Dates

Aug 15 – Freshman Orientation 4:30-8:00

                Freshman Parent Meeting 7:00

Aug 21 – Staff Welcome Breakfast or Lunch - PTA contributes
Aug 24 – Classes begin for students

Sep 7 – Curriculum Night
Sep 12 – PTA Meeting, 7:00 PM, The Warrior Room (156)
Oct 1 – Warriors on the Run - Color Run, 10 am - PTA Fundraiser

Nov 9
 – Staff Appetizer/Dessert Day provided by PTA

Nov 14 – PTA meeting, 7:00 PM, The Warrior Room (156)

TBD - Fall Staff Grants Applications due 

Jan 9 – PTA meeting, 7:00 PM, The Warrior Room (156)

February 13 - PTA Meeting, 7:00 PM, The Warrior Room (156)
February 13 - PTA 2018-2019 Board Nominations due
March 1 - Staff Snack Day Provided by PTA
March 9 - March Madness Silent Auction - PTA Fundraiser
March 20 - PTA Meeting, 7:00 PM, LMC
TBD - Spring Staff Grant Applications due
April 17 - PTA Meeting, 7:00 PM, The Warrior Room (156)
April 17 - PTA Elections for 2018-2019 school year
May 8 (tentative) - Senior Green and Gold night, PTA provides scholarships to students
May 30 (tentative) - Staff Retirement Lunch provided by PTA


Waubonsie Valley’s PTA also provides volunteers throughout the year
for dance ticket sales, t-shirt sales, homecoming events, graduation
events and other school events.


2017-2018 PTA Meetings @ 7:00 PM in The Warrior Room - Rm 156
(March 20 will be held in the LMC)
Sept 12, Nov 14, Jan 09, Feb 13, Mar 20, and Apr 17
All are invited and welcome to attend meetings.



2016-17 Spring Newsletter

2016-17 Quarter 1 Newsletter

2015-16 Quarter 4 Newsletter

2015-16 Quarter 2 Newsletter

2015-16 Quarter 1 Newsletter

2014-15 Quarter 4 Newsletter

2014-15 Quarter 3 Newsletter

2014-15 Quarter 2 Newsletter

2014-15 Quarter 1 Newsletter

Board Members/Chairs

WVHS PTA 2017-2018 Contact List

Board Members

Co- Presidents
Amy Benson,, 630-605-3031
Joan Vitro,, 630-802-5019 

1st Vice President  
Tracey Parks,, 704-299-8798

2nd Vice President 
Jill York,

Recording Secretary 
Pam Blessing,

Corresponding Secretary
Peter Barnard,

Pete Makris,, 630-240-7774 

Committee Chairs

Cara Genzer,

Jennifer Barron,

Warriors on The Run/5K
Joan Vitro,

Senior Scholarship
Tracey Parks/Sheleagh Bishop,

Staff Grants
Karen Supel,

LMC Volunteer Coordinator

Kathy Luczynski,

Graduation Signs
Eliza Cole,

One Day Volunteers
Kim Powell,

Tracey Parks,
Jill York,


Quarterly Newsletter
Jill York,

Project Valley Runway
Amy Benson,

Restaurant Nights
Kathy Luczynski,

Anne Pachapa,


Social Media/ Public Relations
Amy Benson,
Joan Vitro,


2017-2018 National PTA Reflections

The WVHS PTA believes all students deserve a quality arts education and encourages students to pursue artistic expression through participation in the annual arts Reflections Program. The PTA Reflections program is designed to enhance a quality arts education by providing opportunities for students to express themselves and to receive positive recognition for their artistic efforts. Students in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create and submit works of art in six areas: VISUAL ARTS, DANCE, FILM PRODUCTION, LITERATURE, MUSICAL COMPOSITION, and PHOTOGRAPHY. For more than 40 years, this program has encouraged millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas to create works of art for fun and recognition.

Students may enter as many works of art in as many categories as they wish, but only one of each student's entries in each category will move forward to the next judging level. All entries must follow both the General Rules and the Specific Rules for each category. All entries will be judged on expression of the theme, originality, creativity, and artistic merit. Five pieces of work from each category will be chosen to represent WVHS at the local Indian Prairie Parents’ Council level of the competition. A student's work may then be judged to continue to compete at the Northern Illinois District 36 level, next to the DuPage West Region and then on to the State of Illinois, and then to the National Competition.


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