Welcome to theWashington Township Parent Council Network
The Washington Township Parent Council Network is an independent, non-partisan group of parent advocates of MSDWT students who represent a diverse community in Indianapolis and believe that quality public education is an investment in the future.
The Washington Township Parent Council Network generally meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm. Meetings typically last about two hours and include opportunities for collaboration and involvement.
Location: 8550 Woodfield Crossing Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46240
Time: 3rd Wednesday of the Month, 7pm
The Four Pillars
The PCN Network stands on four pillars: we seek to Inform, Collaborate, Influence, and Advocate to make our school district the best it can be for students, teachers, and families. Every action we take is based around one of these four pillars.
Our Mission & Vision
Members of the Parent Council Network give their time to actively influence the direction of the District and support positive learning experiences that result in students who are productive contributors throughout their lives.
Why join the Parent Council Network?
“Service on the Parent Council is an opportunity. It’s an opportunity to guarantee that not only our children, but future generations of children will receive the very best in the way of public education within our township.”
President, Washington Township Parent Council Network 1996-1997
Our Upcoming Meetings
March 2022 PCN Meeting
Join us for a Q&A with Admin on the hotly debated topic of School Hours.
Parent Council meetings are a great way to learn more about what is happening in the district! Link to our event here.
April 2022 PCN Meeting
WE’RE MOVING BACK TO IN PERSON! Join us for our April meeting. Topic TBD.
Details of our event coming soon.
May 2022 PCN Meeting
Join us for our final meeting of the school year! Topic TBD.
Parent Council meetings are a great way to learn more about what is happening in the district!
Teachers & Support Staff
Get In Touch
Want to know more about the Parent Council Network and how we advocate for our students and our schools?