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Walnut Springs Middle School PTSA   

Walnut Springs Middle School PTSA

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welcome info

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photo: Lane Halterman

 

MISSION:

Our primary objective is to work with the teachers & staff to help solve school and student needs and to support our students' academic, mental and social growth.

We hope to provide funds, programs, resources and services that will enrich and maximize the education of every child.

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2020-2021 Officers

President - Tracey King

Treasurer - Alan Pate

Co-Vice President - Elizabeth Landingham

Co-Vice President - Tonya Shinabargar

Recording Secretary - Dawn Fravel

Corresponding Secretary -  Bethany Jones

Westerville Parent Council Representative - Lori Keyser

Westerville Parent Council Representative Alternate -  Linda Cowgill

Principal - Becca Yanni

Teacher Liaison  - Maria Soisson

 

For questions, please email: walnutspringsptsa@gmail.com

 

MURAL

Hopefully, you saw Walnut's newest mural! Adam Hernandez installed a huge wolf on the athletic shed, August 2019. You might have seen his other work at Jimmy V's or Condado Tacos. GO WOLVES!

From Adams website:
Adam Hernandez was born and raised in the Bronx to a family of musicians and performers. As a kid, the graffiti covering every surface of his city spoke to him. Hernandez is self-taught. He has exhibited work and painted murals in cities across the US and also internationally in Cape Town, South Africa.

Hernandez has also been featured in multiple publications. He was recently named the Best Artist in Columbus by the Columbus Alive. His characters exist in the Land Of Thunderbirds, a mythical world he created to tell the stories of heroes and gods.

http://www.ahernandezart.com/

Many thanks to Adam for supporting our community!

A special thank you to Linda Cowgill for her dedication to this PTSA project.


 

Fence cups

Summer of 2018 we installed 'Wolves' in the fence!

 

 

2019

Spring 2019 Arbor