Phone: 720-554-5180
Fax: 720-554-5181
Attendance: 720-554-5110

5151 South Holly Street
Greenwood Village, CO 80121

A Letter from Your PTCO Presidents:

The West PTCO is dedicated to enriching the lives and educational opportunities of all West Middle School students.  This is achieved through collaboration between teachers and staff, parents, and student.  We encourage parents and caregivers to become as involved as possible at West and be part of this partnership.  The PTCO offers opportunities throughout the year for all volunteers to contribute.  From fundraisers, organizing and attending PTCO events, general board meetings, or becoming involved on the PTCO board, there is something for everyone!

Below is some information you will find helpful as we begin the new school year.  Please feel free to contact either of us if you have questions or want to get involved.

PTCO Co-Presidents 2016-2017

Karina Callahan

Abbie LeFevre

​Fundraising at WMS:

The West PTCO plans to raise funds to support technology, fine arts, sports and education programs while your student attends West!  Parent support is what enables West to offer unique programs and experiences for all of our students.  Be on the lookout for:

  • Fall Fundraiser – West Wildcat Challenge – Friday, August 26th during school hours
  • Family Giving Campaign
  • King Soopers and Safeway reloadable cards, and the Amazon Smile program



Stay informed!  There are many ways to keep up with what is going on at West Middle School.  Connect with:

  • West Weekly News:  a weekly email with important updates for parents and students.  It well be sent to the email on file on PTOffice. Make sure you mark YES to receive communications!
  • Website:  WestPTCO​
  • Facebook:  Like West Middle School PTCO on Facebook at:

  • Instagram: westptco


PTCO Communications and Directory:

This year we will be utilizing PTOffice to communicate with parents and send volunteer information throughout the year.  When checking your student in through the district, please make sure to check "yes" to have your contact information shared with West PTCO for important communications and "yes" to be published in the directory (printed and online versions will be available).


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