WAKE FOREST — The addition of Rolesville High School this school year has set the stage for Wake Forest High School to make a few exciting changes as well, according to Angie Levy, the school’s Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA) president.
Wake Forest High School has undergone a name change. The word Rolesville has been deleted from its moniker and the school is now referred to as, Wake Forest High School.
The school’s website has also been re-registered to reflect the name change.
Ron Shaw of Wake County Public Schools advises that users of the website simply type in the old URL, drop the “r”, and they will be directed to the new location, wfhighschool.com. The old URL’s will be kept in place through the end of the year.
Wake Forest High School is also now able to boast the very first PTSA Charter under the new name.
“This is an exciting time for the new PTSA,” says Levy. “We are dedicated to making WFHS the best in Wake County. But, we need parent support. It is so easy to volunteer at the elementary and middle school level.
“But by the time students gets to high school there is little enthusiasm for mom or dad to be hanging out at school. Joining the PTSA is an awesome way to learn about the events taking place throughout the year.”
The new PTSA is in need of a treasurer for the current school year. Training will be provided. Volunteers for this position, or anyone who would like to just “help out” but aren’t sure what types of assistance is needed, should contact Levy at email@example.com.
The next PTSA meeting will be held Aug. 20 at 7 p.m. in the media center.