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Second Annual Health Stampede – Friday, January 26

We are excited about our second annual Health Stampede on Friday, January 26th during periods 4, 5, and 6 in the Gym. The Health Stampede event promotes healthy behaviors in our students and staff. Our theme this year is Healthy Choices Make a Difference. The Health Stampede is similar to a healthy fair where students come with their teacher and visit specific vendors regarding healthy choices and positive lifestyles. Vendors include: PT Solutions, Project PUP (Pets Uplifting People - puppies used for therapy purposes), Student led discussions from the WRHS Medical Academy, Baycare Behavioral Health, MADD, Florida Department of Health, and more! There will be an area with healthy snacks for all of us to enjoy.

Thanks to our sponsors: PUNCH Boxing Studio Wesley Chapel, OTB Café, Subway, WRHS PTSA

PTSA Senior Scholarships!

Attention 2018 Seniors: Each year the PTSA awards a number of scholarships to deserving graduating seniors. This year a total of 10 scholarships in the amount of $500 each are being offered. A high GPA is not necessarily required (3.0 Weighted GPA minimum).

Applications are due by 2:30p on Friday, March 30, 2018. Find more information and application here

Practice SAT with Strategy Session February 17

Find out where you stand!

Want to take a practice SAT without it counting towards college admissions? Wiregrass Ranch High School PTSA is pleased to offer students a practice test and strategy session to help boost their test scores! Students will be mailed an in-depth score report that gives a detailed score breakdown of their individual strengths and weaknesses. Visit our programs page for more details

Congratulations to this year's PTSA Teacher Grants

The PSTA grant program is designed to be a flexible source of PTSA funding for Wiregrass Ranch teachers and staff to sponsor creative programs in which Wiregrass Ranch students may participate. In keeping with the funding goals of the PTSA, these programs may be educational, artistic or social programs to benefit either large or small groups of students. This year's grant recipients are:

  • $183 - Ms. Kantor for 20 calculators for the ESE department
  • $817 - Ashley Swain for camera equipment to help increase the readership and quality of the Stampede the online newspaper
  • $1000 - Ms. Kincaid for for Unity Day
  • $1000 - Mr. Quinlivan and Ms. Miller for presentation by Mary Beth Tinker, the listed party in the Landmark Supreme Court Case of Tinker v. DesMoines between March 6-9

Plan to volunteer in 2017-2018 at WRHS?

If you are interested in volunteering with the PTSA or at WRHS in any capacity at school during the 2017-2018 school year, you must apply (or reapply) for a background check each school year (after June 30) and be approved by Pasco County! Avoid the rush and apply today to be ready for the beginning of school!

2016-2017 PTSA Yearbook

Thank you Sponsors!