Join the PTSA Today!

The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) at Churchill provides outstanding support to the students, staff, and community.  Without your membership and donations, we would not be able to continue to support all of the wonderful services that we provide.  Your membership and donations provide the following: 

*Staff and schoolwide initiatives
*Support of student social and academic programs
*Speaker series on current and timely topics
*Reflections Contest and many other programming events 

Please join the PTSA today so that we can continue to support our wonderful community!

Membership Information
How to Join WCHS PTSA – 2 Easy Steps

1. Verify your information.  
You will need to verify your information even if you are established in the AtoZ Connect platform.  If you are new to the platform, please create an account and provide your contact information.  Your contact information will be listed in the Student Directory and will enable us to send you newsletters and updates.  

2.  Purchase a WCHS PTSA Membership The membership drive is the primary source of income for WCHS PTSA.  When you join the PTSA, the proceeds from your membership dues help us provide excellent programming, advocacy, and resources to the entire Churchill community.   

This year, we are offering several membership levels:

Family Membership:  $45
Student Membership:  $10
Bronze Membership:  $150-$249
Silver Membership:  $250-$499
Gold Membership:  $500-$999
Titanium Membership:  $1000 & above 

Each level of membership (except a student membership) includes: membership for two voting family members; one printed Student Directory; access to online Student Directory; and payment of county, state, and national PTA dues.  

When you purchase a Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Titanium membership, your name will be published in the printed Student Directory in our recognition pages, on our website, and in our newsletter.       

Please verify your information and purchase your membership by October 15, 2022 so we can mail out the printed Student Directory as soon as possible.  Printed directories and access to the online directory are only available to PTSA members. 

For membership related questions, please contact: Susan Lifsey at: [email protected] 
Click Here to Get Started!
1) Click “Register/Login”, then “Create Account”
Create your family’s account and click “verify my email”.

2) You’ve got mail!
Check your email for a link to complete the process. The link expires in 2 hours. If you do not receive the email, check your spam or junk folders.

3) Finish your registration
*Parent/Family and Student Info
*Directory Publish Preferences

4) Visit the Store
Join the PTSA Order your print directory

5) Check out the Signups
*Join a committee
*Volunteer for the Back to School Picnic

6) Subscribe to a Community Board
Keep up with the latest news from your child’s teacher, grade, or other group. You can change these subscriptions at any time.
Already registered with the AtoZ Connect or Membership Toolkit with a different group?
Great! Visit Log in, confirm your family information and directory/publish preferences for Winston Churchill HS PTSA, then join the PTSA for the new school year.  The whole process takes less than 3 minutes.
Membership Toolkit Mobile AppDownload the Membership Toolkit App to Access the Directory on the Go!Once you have created and verified your family’s account on our AtoZ Connect site, download the free Membership Toolkit mobile app.  There, you will be able to access all the features from the website. Move between schools within the app by tapping on the menu icon in the upper left hand corner of the landing page. Tap the “switch” icon at the top to see your list of options. (You need an AtoZ Connect account created and verified at each school for them to appear in this list.)

Summer Rise Program for Rising Juniors and Seniors

The Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Department of Partnerships is partnering with businesses, non-profit organizations, higher education institutions, faith-based partners, and government agencies to provide a five-week, career-based learning summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors from June 26 to July 28, 2023

Since the inception of Summer RISE in 2017, more than 2,400 students have had opportunities to learn about careers within industries. The Summer RISE 2023 program will offer rising MCPS high school juniors and seniors in-person, virtual, or hybrid experiences to engage in career-based learning opportunities. Student experiences could include, but are not limited to, learning about healthcare professions, lesson planning, social service roles, the legislative process that starts with community outreach and ends in policymaking, becoming a photographer, the operations of running chemistry and biology labs and/or learning how companies or nonprofits function as a whole. Summer RISE is an opportunity for employers to grow their own staff, including MCPS. Recruitment for career experience host organizations is underway.

Registered students will express interest in learning about specific industries. Student acceptance will depend on host location availability in line with the career a student wants to experience. Students will be notified regarding their acceptance, placement, and host in the spring. Hosts will contact students to confirm a schedule for the career learning summer experience. Students accepted into the program will be required to attend a professional skills and financial literacy workshop prior to the start of the program. All students successfully completing the opportunity will receive a stipend and a certificate of completion from MCPS.

Important Dates:

  • Student registration opens at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, February 1, 2023.
  • Student registration closes at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, 2023.
  • The closing celebration will be held on Friday, July 28, 2023 to highlight the MCPS vision of workforce development and career readiness.

To learn more about the program:

  • Sign up to attend a Parent/Guardian and Student Information Session in-person or virtually
  • Visit the Summer RISE website where you can find information for students or hosts, preview required agreements, watch a video of 2022 participants and hosts, or access the registrations.
  • Encourage your student to apply, they MUST use their MCPS Google account!

If you have any questions, please contact Summer RISE and the Department of Partnerships at 240-740-5599, or [email protected].

@Information Courtesy of MCPS

Culture and Equity Discussions!

At Winston Churchill High School, we pride ourselves on the diversity of our students. Ensuring that all students and families have a positive experience while at Winston Churchill is very important to us! We recognize that students and families can have vastly different experiences based on a variety of factors. To help us gain insight and feedback we are hosting a series of culture and equity discussions various times throughout the remainder of this year.

More information will be shared closer to each event. If you’d like to see an added event that honors the voice of your student and family, please email Mr. Bilock @ [email protected].




Time is running out to purchase the 2023 yearbook. Reserve yours before Friday January 27, 2023 to guarantee your student a copy and to save the memories of this special year. This is the final call before we submit our order for printing. A payment plan is available at checkout when you order on

The yearbook staff is working hard on this year’s yearbook. Be sure to remember to order by 1/27 to guarantee your yearbook this year. We order only a small amount of extra books and we have sold out the past few years so order today to guarantee your copy! Order your 2023 yearbook at or call 1-877-767-5217. If you are unsure if you placed an order, please call customer service at 1-877-767-5217.

1/27 is also the final deadline to submit your senior congratulatory ad.

Coat/Hat/Glove Drive for WCHS Students

The WCHS PTSA, Bridge to Wellness, Counseling Department, and student volunteers are collecting coats, hats, and gloves to give to students at WCHS who need these items for the winter.

Please donate new and like-new coats, hats, and gloves. Collection boxes for donated items will be located outside of the front office.

Please help to keep the entire WCHS community warm this winter!

Sign Up Here

Join a Club Today!

There are a lot of amazing clubs here at Churchill. You can find a list of the 2022-2023 student clubs here. Student email and password may be needed to access the information.


  • Do not come to school if sick. With COVID cases and variants still occurring, it is important to not report to school if your student has any signs of illness. In addition to the standard COVID symptoms (cough, fever, loss of taste and smell), signs of illness include: sore or scratchy throat, running nose, headache, chills and body aches. If your child has any of these symptoms, please keep them home until it can be confirmed they do not have COVID-19.
  • Wear an enhanced mask/face covering. All students and staff will be allowed to choose whether to wear a mask while in school. If you have concerns about exposure or immune levels, we recommend to wear a mask. In some cases, students returning from quarantine will be required to wear masks for certain periods. Masks will continue to be available on-site for those that need them.
  • Practice good hand and health hygiene. Wash hands frequently with soap and water, use hand sanitizer when soap and water is unavailable. Do not cough or sneeze around others or into your hands. Dispose of any tissue or items used for cough, sneezing or nasal use.
  • Vaccinate, and also get a Booster if you can. DHHS has now approved boosters for age 5 and up. You can find out more at the DHHS Vaccination Website: