The Webb School Parents' Association (WSPA) serves to facilitate communications between parents, school administration, and the faculty; to provide support for various activities of the school; and to promote and help maintain the school's commitment to academic excellence.
Belles and Buckles Gala
The WSPA Belles and Buckles Gala is our second largest fundraising effort. Each year, parents, alumni, faculty and staff members gather to celebrate our school’s history and share our excitement for the future. The Belles and Buckles Gala is a Webb tradition, and the main WSPA fundraising event. The money raised through the sale of tickets and of auction items directly benefits our students, faculty, staff and campus.
Uniform Exchange Sale
Midterm and Final exams can be a trying time for the students at Webb School. Snack Depot is there to help with nourishing and tasty food for all students during exams, free of charge. Parents can provide food, drinks, or donations to help with this highly anticipated smorgasbord. Volunteers are always welcome to help with set-up and serving. Webb School Parents' Association activities and fund raising efforts are intended to enrich the quality of the student's educational and extracurricular experiences on campus.
Each year, WSPA puts together teacher appreciation baskets for all faculty and staff. Baskets can include homemade gifts, gift cards, promotional items, teacher supplies and more! This is a wonderful tradition at Webb that our faculty and staff have come to love.
Each fall and Christmas, WSPA decorates the campus to provide a festive atmosphere for the Webb community.
Let's go Krogering! WSPA is enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards program for those parents and family friends who shop at Kroger and would like to easily earn money for our organization. Simply enroll your Kroger Plus card in the program using the WSPA's community number 89570, and each time your card is swiped 4 percent of your purchase is returned to WSPA. Now that's easy money!
Click here to go to the Kroger Community Rewards website.
I became involved in WSPA when my daughter was a rising 6th grader, and I joined Webb as an employee in 2010. My first experience with WSPA was volunteering for the Uniform Exchange Sale. Not only did I get to choose some slightly used uniforms for our two children, I also met some great parents that I now call my friends. I am so thankful for my employment and the ability to be a part of The Webb School Parents' Association. WSPA is definitely a program that does great things for our students and school. It has been a pleasure to serve on behalf of all parents.