The Lakeville Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a non-profit organization composed of parents and staff members who together strive to create an optimum learning environment. Our mission is to work with Lakeville's faculty and staff to support educational opportunities, to enhance the lives of our students, and to encourage parental involvement in our child's school life.

    PTA meetings keep the Lakeville community informed of current school concerns and developments and offers presentations on timely topics. PTA officers and calendar of events can be found on our website.

    Contact PTA
    For questions/concerns/suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact the PTA at lakevillepta@gmail.com.

    PTA Dues
    PTA dues are contributions made by Lakeville families to help the PTA provide many needed items and programs for our students. For the past years, the PTA has purchased an auditorium projector and screen, drinking water filtration fountains, numerous cultural art performances, musical instruments, gym equipment, iPad keyboards, STEAM indoor recess kits, computer robots, 3D printers, books for the library, and more.  

    PTA dues are collected each year at Open House in September in cash or check (payable to Lakeville PTA). Online payment via PayPal or credit card (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=QJMR4H6XFXXLY)  is accepted any time throughout the school year.  

    Volunteering with PTA
    PTA Executive Board members attend PTA meetings every 2-3 months and are responsible for organizing fundraisers and recreational activities at Lakeville. Each Spring, nomination forms are sent to parents. If anyone is interested in participating on the Executive Board or would like to nominate someone else, please fill out the nomination form and submit to PTA. The nomination committee will evaluate all candidates and nominate new PTA officers.

       In addition, there are many opportunities for parents to get involved. Parents are encouraged to fill out online volunteer form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTfiqAK2CDdH9kOdg2LON6idwiXu-o-vIc2u5WNk05SfNdjQ/viewform ). 
    Annual Events
    Here is a list of major fundraisers and recreational activities run by the PTA. Every dollar raised goes towards important items and programming for our students.


    • Lakeville Spirit Apparel - Lakeville spirit items including hoodies, t-shirts, lunch bags, umbrella, tote bags, stationary items, and etc. are available for purchase at Open House and many other occasions throughout the school year.
    • Book Fair -  The Book Fair is organized and run by the PTA. The multipurpose room is transformed using a different theme each year tied into the book fair. Thousands of books are set up and organized by genre. There is a wide selection of books: something for every reader. A Teachers Wishlist table is set up where parents can purchase books to be donated to teachers' classrooms. Classes visit the Book Fair throughout the day. Parents are invited to join their children during the scheduled class shopping time or during an evening shopping time.
    • Photo Day - This event is for all faculty and students to take group pictures and individual portrait photos and purchasing photo packages and the yearbook. This takes place in November and January (re-take day).
    • Cookie Dough and Gift Wrap Fundraiser - This annual Fall fundraiser has a variety of gift wrap, gift items, delicious frozen cookie dough and frozen pies. All items will be delivered in time for Thanksgiving.
    • Bingo Night - Families and friends are invited to join a fun night of bingo games and have a chance to win great prizes.


    • Holiday Shop - In celebration of winter holiday, all Lakeville students will visit the HGS to buy gifts for their friends and family. There will be over 100 gift items ranging in price from $0.50 to $12 and the students will learn to budget and spend wisely while enjoying the "joy of giving".
    • Cultural Heritage - Format varies
    • Family Game Night  - Families are invited for a fun and interactive night of activities led by various teachers. Some of these may include art classes, games and performances.
    • Lunar New Year Celebration - This is the biggest cultural performance and celebration for sharing Lunar New Year traditions with our school community. It highlights many ways that Lakeville families observe Lunar New Year.
    • Valentine’s Day Dance - Families are invited to come and dance the night away. This is a wonderful community building event for both children and parents to interact and socialize with one another in an informal setting. It’s an evening event where the gym is decorated with festive Valentine’s Day décor and a DJ hosts a fun dance party. Light refreshments are served. The Dance is organized and run by the PTA.


    • Staff Luncheon - To show appreciation of teachers and staff for their hard work, The PTA hosts an annual Staff Luncheon in April. A special decoration theme is selected each year. Parents are welcome to contribute and volunteer at this event.
    • Parent Teach-In - A week-long event taking place in May every other year, the Parent Teach-In gives parents an opportunity to “teach” a lesson of their choosing in their child’s classroom.  Past lessons include ice cream making, toy designing and Banking 101.   
    • Plant Sale - Flowers and vegetable plants will be available for purchase by Lakeville families to support our school.  
    • Bingo Night - Families and friends are invited to join a fun night of bingo games and have a chance to win great prizes.
    • School Supply - An online portal for parents to easily purchase school supplies for the next school year. Supplies are delivered to classrooms in late August. 
    • Fifth Grade Events & Yearbook - To celebrate and commemorate the achievements of Lakeville graduates, PTA coordinates exciting activities including 5th grade picnic, brunch and DJ party after graduation assembly. Each graduate will also receive a hardcover yearbook, novelty pen for yearbook signing, and a Lakeville t-shirt to be worn to the Senior Field Trip. A $40 due per graduate is collected in April.