Development Committee

The current Development Committee consists of the following members:

Tracy Bowen (Current Parent)
Lisa Catalone Castro (Current Parent)
Adria Foster (Current Parent)
Allison Fultz (Current Parent)
Eric Holdsworth (TC Chair, Current Parent)
Kenann McKenzie Thompson (Current Parent)
Vicky Muller (Current Parent)
Jennifer Page (Faculty Chair)
Felice Stadler (Current Parent)
Lydia Whitham (Current Parent)
Judith Wides (Current Parent)

If you are interested in joining the committee or volunteering for the Development Office, please contact Caitlin MacKenzie via email or call 301-229-6107 ext. 127.

Class Agents

Current Class Agents for the 2017–2018 School Year are:

Nursery: volunteer needed
CG Waldorf in the Woods: Julie Shuen
CG Songbirds: volunteer needed
CG Sunflowers: Mila Sherehoff
1st Grade: Susan Fuller
2nd Grade: Colleen Corrigan and Aimee Lykins-Lawson
3rd Grade: Michael Danzansky
4th Grade: Joanne DeVaris
5th Grade: Lisa Catalone
6th Grade: Adria Foster
7th Grade: Marilyn Noguera
8th Grade: Caitlin MacKenzie
9th Grade: Sarah Vakkur
10th Grade: Caitlin MacKenzie
11th Grade: Sunny Kaplan and Cindy Martin
12th Grade: Judith Wides and Lydia Whitham

If you are interested in serving as a Class Agent for your child's grade or children's grades, please contact Caitlin MacKenzie via email or call 301-229-6107 ext. 127.

In general, the role of the Class Agent is to provide outreach and information on the importance of every WWS families' participation in the WWS Annual Fund. The Class Agent is invaluable to the work of the WWS Development Office in helping other parents understand the mission and goals of WWS and the value that the Annual Fund brings to sustaining the financial health of the school in supporting those goals. In addition, the Class Agent serves as a liaison to the Development Committee, a volunteer parent committee, to share information about upcoming all-school events and all-school fundraisers that benefit the operating budget and financial health of the school.

Class Agents typically serve one-year terms and work directly with the class parents within their child's class.