The strength of our PTSA lies in our membership - the parents, teachers, students, school administrators, business leaders, and community members who dedicate themselves to making a positive difference in the lives of our children. 

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 Why Should I Join the Woodmoor PTSA?

Your Woodmoor PTSA is an energetic, involved and invaluable group of parents, teachers, grandparents, staff members and community members who come together to make a difference in the lives of our students. 

Here are just a few reasons to join:  

  • Get Connected – there is no better way to know what’s happening at school.
  • Tap into a Network – PTSA connects you to other families and teachers thru events, communication and meetings
  • Have a Voice – PTSA members help shape the future of education at a local, state and national level.
    Read the resolutions proposed by PTSAs in Washington State. Click Here.  Your membership can create change.
  • Benefit your Child – research shows that children perform better when parents are involved both at home and at school.
  • Be a Role Model – by becoming a PTSA member you are demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education.
  • Witness Improvement – by getting involved in the PTSA you’ll be helping to make and support positive changes in your child’s educational environment. 

  Some of the benefits you receive as a Woodmoor PTSA member are:

  • Woodmoor Student Directory - print version. (This benefit is available only to Woodmoor PTSA members with students at Woodmoor.)
  • Discounts at Washington State Fair, UW Husky Football, Wild Waves, Great Wolf Lodge, FedEx Office, Staples, Hertz, Sylvan Learning, AARP and many more! (Visit for more details.)

Why is the 2-Person Membership $25 when the Single Membership costs $15?

We offer this discount to encourage more of our families to select the 2-Person option as our membership numbers dictate the number of votes we get at the Legislative Assembly and State Convention each year. The more members we have, the louder our voice is when it comes time to vote.