W.T. White Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)The PTSA supports the students, teachers, and parents of the school in several specific ways:
The PTSA is an opportunity for parents, teachers, and students to collaborate to make W.T. White High School the best it can be. We hope that you will consider joining the organization. We welcome new faces and new ideas!
- Provides conference night meals twice a year for those teachers and faculty who join the PTSA.
- Organizes and funds the annual community Homecoming Parade which promotes school spirit throughout the feeder pattern.
- Schedules educational programs throughout the year for parents and students.
- Offers academic scholarships to graduating seniors which are funded by the Annual WTW Street Fair.
- Hosts events during TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK each Spring.
- Purchases gifts for the school such as new stage skirting for the auditorium.
Join the 2020-2021 W.T. White High School PTSA: $15/member
There are two methods to join:1) Join online, using Pay Pal - Join Now2) Download a membership form and deliver* the completed form, along with payment,in a sealed envelope, to the PTSA box in the school's main office.*if mailed: WTW PTSA Membership, c/o WT White H.S., 4505 Ridgeside Dr., Dallas, TX 75244The PTSA's only fundraiser is our annual membership drive. The funds raised through membership are used to provide several Teacher Appreciation events and to sponsor the annual Homecoming Parade (fall) and the Community Street Fair (spring). Please help make this a great year for PTSA and join now.For membership questions, please contact Brian Truncali at email@example.com or Racquel Evans at racquelevans@Brinker.com
2020-2021 PTSA OfficersPresidentPatricia Gomez1st Vice PresidentStacey Williams2nd Vice PresidentJessica WhitsonTreasureCindy PerkinsRecording SecretaryCarol HammerMembership ChairBeverly BehrensScholarships ChairsSuzette VacqueraBrian TruncaliTeacher Appreciation/Hospitality ChairStacey WilliamsStreer Fair ChairPatricia GomezHomecoming Parade ChairJuliana WilliamsCommunicationsMarlene BatesSenior Cords ChairTeresa Valdez