In other news:

  • Open WHSTC Booster board positions

    As the year comes to a close, we would like to thank all of you who helped the Drama Boosters this year. Whether it was donating concessions & rehearsal snacks, serving at the dinner, washing cars at the Car Wash in the fall or donating items for our auctions, we couldn’t have done it without you!

    In order for the Boosters to continue to be as successful next year, we need your help. Many of next year’s board positions need to be filled ASAP as our current board is primarily made up of senior parents.

    In case you are not familiar with what we do, we provide funds and support to the theatre department by raising money for field trips like the State IE Festival, costumes, pizza for everyone on Build days, guest speakers for the students, and much, much more. We meet once a month in the black Box with Mr. Butchart for about an hour.

    Please contact us if you have any questions or an interest in being part of our wonderful group who are here to help YOUR student and YOUR drama program continue to be successful. These are the open positions for next year:

    • Programs: Solicit and receive program ads from local businesses – seeking ad sales from parents is strongly encouraged. Interface with teacher and student publicity heads to create and proof program. Pick up program from Graphics Center.

    Please feel free to forward this information to anyone you know whose student is coming to WHS in the fall and will be taking Drama! Any interested in a board position should contact current Booster Club Co-Presidents, Stephanie Penoyer ( and Jenny Sullivan (, or our incoming Booster President, Susan Lampe (

  • Woodinville Drama Fundraiser: Go Green & Grow

    The WHSTC Boosters are pleased to announce their next fundraiser, "Go Green and Grow!" From April to October, simply navigate to, order plants for your house and garden using the promo code "WHSDRAMABOOSTERS", and you'll be contributing to the Drama program while enjoying your beautiful new plants at the same time.

    See this flyer for more information!