Dear West Irondequoit Families,

It's September again, and school is in! Our PTSA building reps at every building are getting ready for a busy school year with events and activities planned for students in every grade. At Central WICPTSA, we are planning for our K-3/4-6 pie fundraiser and our fall spiritwear sale.

Last year, we surveyed our PTSA building leadership and our community to get a snapshot of what we're doing right and what opportunities there are as we build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. If you'd like to learn more, you can view the survey results report from our May 2023 meeting at the "2023 Community Survey Results" link on this page. We now have the chance to take what we learned and set goals for this year to build on that learning.

The more folks get involved, the more we can do. (Click the links to learn more.)

  • Reach out to a building representative at your school if you have an idea or would like to help out with planning or with an event.
  • Come to a WICPTSA Central meeting, the first Tuesday of every month at 7 pm at the district office, to learn more about PTSA and what is happening within the District
  • Learn more about volunteer opportunities with WICPTSA, such as serving on committees or taking on one of our open roles.
  • Or simply show your support by becoming a member of WICPTSA.
  • I am so excited for this school year!


    Kate Copeland

    President, WICPTSA

    Programs and Services

    • Cultural arts programs at each school (through BOCES and Young Audiences of Rochester)
    • Parent Connection (information/education sessions on parenting topics of interest)
    • Family events and activities
    • School pictures
    • Staff appreciation
    • STEAM scholarships (grades 4 – 12)
    • Creative arts program
    • Get Out the Vote
    • PTSA Post (our biannual newsletter filled with important district information and news)
    • Legislation and advocacy for all children at the local, state and national level
    • Parent Advocates for Students with Special Needs