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What is the Walter Johnson High School Education Foundation, Inc. and how does it differ from the other parent organizations at WJ?
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WJ Class Reunions and News
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To WJ reunion coordinators, please email us to post or update reunion information for your class on the WJ Education Foundation website including links to websites or social media pages you are using to get the message out.
As we plan future events, we need a core of volunteers other than the Board members. Please let us know if you’d like to help out occasionally with fundraisers, mailings, and other activities. Use our website to keep up with activities.
About the WJHS Education Foundation
The Walter Johnson High School Education
Foundation, Inc. was formed in 2006 in order to provide funds to supplement the WJHS modernization funds allotted by MCPS, provide support for
professional development for staff, and to assist with student programs.
We have raised funds for the upgrades to the auditorium, the equipment of the language lab,
enhancements to the stadium area and new courtyards.
We have funded staff development grants that have supported teachers taking courses in Economics, digital art, and grief counseling and supplemented several teachers in immersion programs abroad. We are committed to financial support for a student recognition program.
The support from our families and community – current parents, parents of children in our cluster middle and elementary schools, alumni from as far back as 1958, and others such as the Kensington 8K Race and family foundations has been generous.
We continue to offer ways to donate and be involved through the purchase of seat plates,
engraved bricks for the new walkway near the renovated stadium, or to attend one of our events.
Support for WJ Tops $315,000
As of June 30, 2015, the WJ Education Foundation passed the $315,000 mark in providing support for Walter Johnson High School.
» Read more on how funds were applied.