Join the WCI PTA!

PTA Membership is $15 per person and includes access to the online student directory through your Membership Toolkit account or in the mobile app.  To join click on Membership Toolkit


The WCI PTA is proud to work with the school administration and staff on many important endeavors. Funds collected through PTA membership and the Annual Fund ($50 per student is suggested) help to pay for:

  • Staff Development
  • New Student Orientation (WEB Days)
  • Student Programs and Supplies
  • Parent Education

Volunteers from PTA help with parent school communications through our weekly eNews. PTA volunteers also coordinate PTA sponsored programs, and run social studies curriculum events for each grade level, as well as staff appreciation efforts throughout the school year.  

Please join us in supporting our students, teachers and staff at WCI by becoming a PTA member today. Together we can make a difference!

WCI PTA – Annual Fund

The Annual Fund donations may be made via the registration page in Membership Toolkit.

  • $50 per student is suggested, but any amount that works for your family is greatly appreciated

The Walnut Creek Intermediate PTA is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  EIN 94-6174697

Other PTA Membership Perks


Go to California PTA Member Perks to see all the great discounts and deals available with your PTA Membership.



Contact Us – Executive Board

Walnut Creek Intermediate – 2023-24 PTA Executive Board Members


Feel free to contact individual board members of the PTA, or email Chrissy at



President Chrissy Morss
Recording Secretary Sarah Suva 
Treasurer Jason Rempel
1st VP Communications Jennifer Wu    
2nd VP Volunteers Kate Loftus
3rd VP Programs Holly Gibson 
4th VP Ways & Means Mary Estrella Loumeau
5th VP School Programs Kat Munn
6th VP Community Relations Meetika Srivastava
Historian Samantha Okazaki
Auditor Marina Stofsky
Parliamentarian Sue Chan
Teacher Representatives Karen Worthington
Principal/Advisor Jason Law


There is a common misconception that there is nothing for parent volunteers to do at WCI. This couldn’t be further from the truth! There are dozens of opportunities for parents to get involved.

  • Contact the VP of Volunteers Kate Loftus (  to discuss opportunities that fit your skills and schedule
  • Watch the weekly eNews for opportunities and follow up with the contact name/link listed
  • PTA meetings
  • Hospitality
  • Library Assistant
  • Parent Ed Topics
  •  Fundraisers
  • Health & Safety
  • Adult Social
  • Strategic Planning Team
  • School Site Council
  • Grade Level Social Studies Activities
  • Staff Appreciation
  • Office Support
  • Chaperones: Bowling, Skate Nights, Field Trips
  • Grade Level Representatives
  • Email Database Management
  • Legislative Representative
  • eNews
  • Community Coordinating Council
  • School Directory
  • PTA Nominating Committee
  • Technology Team
  • WCEF-K12 Site Team
  • Social Media
  • Website Maintenance

Keeping Track of Volunteer Hours

Have you volunteered here at WCI this year or over the summer? It’s important to report your hours so that they may be compiled in this year’s report. State PTA compiles these hours and uses them in their advocacy efforts for schools and children. Please send an e-mail to the WCI PTA Historian Samantha Okazaki (  with your name, phone number, your child’s grade, the number of hours you volunteered, and in what capacity.



Local PTA Advocacy for Children and Youth

PTAs are responsible for taking action on local issues originating in school districts, cities, regions, or counties. Laws enacted by local, state and national bodies are primary sources of public policy. Securing adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth is one of the purposes of the organization. Therefore, PTA maintains an active legislation program. PTAs can and must participate actively in the process through which public policy decisions are made.

—Excerpted from the California State PTA Toolkit, Section 4.1



The WCI PTA budget is presented by the PTA Executive Board for approval by the Association at the beginning of each school year.  Funds raised through membership fees, annual fund donations and spirit wear sales, are typically applied as follows:

  • Deliver quality communication between parents and teachers: eNews, Online School directory, website
  • Fund student programs like WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) New Student Orientation, Reflections Arts Contest, and Staff Appreciation events throughout the school year
  • Provide funding for books and supplies
  • Fund Parent Education topics and speakers
  • Provide funds for staff development and classroom technology

Reimbursement Request:

  • If you have purchased materials or supplies on behalf of an approved PTA Event or Program, please use the  2021_22 Reimbursement Form.
  • If you have questions, please contact the WCI PTA Treasurer Jason Rempel (





California PTA Advocacy News:

Click on to learn more about how our PTA network in California is working to secure the engagement of families in our schools and to stabilize funding of public education.

Upcoming PTA Meeting

The last WCI PTA Association meeting of the year is Fri May 17@ 8:30AM

WCI Library

Join us for coffee and welcoming incoming 6th grade parents!



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