Thank you again, to all the Churchill staff for an extraordinary year that called for extraordinary efforts! We appreciate you!


Many thanks to Potomac Petals & Plants for hand choosing the brightest flowers with the most blooms for us!  

May 18th PTSA Meeting

During the May 18th meeting,  the PTSA voted on the 2021-2022 school year WCHS PTSA board slate and the proposed Bylaws amendments: Local-Bylaws-Template-September-2018_Final.pdf

THE PTSA THANKS THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE FOR BUILDING OUR SLATE OF BOARD CANDIDATES FOR NEXT YEAR! A giant thank you to Dara Johnson, Eva Kreisler, and Patricia McKeon for their hard work recruiting candidates!  And thank you to all volunteers who have offered to run as officers! WE APPRECIATE YOU!

Report of the Nominating Committee: Formal Slate PTSA Board 2021-2022

The 2021 Winston Churchill High School PTSA board nominating committee met on April 28th 2021 to consider all eligible candidates for the 2021-2022 term of office. A proposed slate of nominees was presented on May 2nd 2021 to the current PTSA board President, in time and following the regulations, previous to the election to be held on May 18, 2021. 

The nominating committee hereby places the following names into nomination: President – Stacy Ganz Kahn
President Elect – Alexei Dmitriev
Vice President of Membership – Xinrong Chen
Treasurer – Jin Wang
Corresponding Secretary – Cher Serhal
Recording Secretary – Yan Zeng 
MCCPTA Delegate – Goldie Shturman
MCCPTA Delegate – Sonia Verdu

Join xMinds, for the final online speaker event of this school year

xMinds is hosting a moderated discussion by four autistic self-advocates looking back on what support might have helped them in the areas of social life, education, and transition to work.  

Date/Time:   Wednesday, May 19, 2021 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Host Organization:  Partnership for Extraordinary Minds (xMinds) 
Register here:

Moderator and panelists:  Scott Robertson Ph.D (Moderator), Ben McGann, Zosia Zaks, Allie Sayre, and Tiffany Modeste

A message from the MCCPTA Special Education Committee

There were nearly 100 participants at the MCCPTA Special Education Committee webinar that discussed options for parents of students with IEPs who have regressed or experienced learning loss and may have missed IEP services during virtual learning. It is an important topic that has been discussed throughout the pandemic with many parents wanting answers. We hosted Nicole Joseph, an education attorney to speak on what parents can do to help their children with disabilities with recovery at this time. 

There have been many requests for the recording of the webinar so we are providing it to you share with your school communities. 

Click here for a link to the webinar recording. Additionally, click here for a helpful resource that Nicole Joseph, Esq. has provided parents.