Farmington Area PTA Council
The Farmington PTA Council represents 17 early childhood, elementary, upper elementary, middle and high school PTAs and PTSAs located in Farmington and Farmington Hills. Farmington Public Schools PTAs represent more than 4,000 members. Farmington PTA Council is a member of Michigan PTA and National PTA, the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the country.
National PTA Mission Statement
Parent Teacher Association is the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation. The overall purpose of PTA:
- A powerful voice for all children
- A relevant resource for families and communities, and
- A strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.
Farmington Area PTA Council Mission Statement
To be advocates for the children by focusing the strengths of local PTAs, by impacting decisions on relevant issues at the local, state and national level, and by providing a forum for leadership development, information exchange, discussion and action on issues affecting youth and children.
PTA Common Core State Standards Information
All community members are encouraged to get involved with the PTA by attending local unit PTA meetings, council meetings or parent forums. If you would like more information about PTA, the council or its activities, please call Tammy Luty at (248) 888-7974.
PTA Council Officers - 2012-2013
Tammy Luty, President
Jennifer Garland, Vice President
Erika Golden, Vice President
Terri Hanpeter, Vice President
Gia Todd, Secretary
David Roggenkamp, Treasurer
Tina Yoder, PTA Enrichments
PTA Council Meeting Dates - 2012-2013
Monday, September 10 - Agenda | Consent Agenda
Monday, November 12 - Agenda | Consent Agenda
Monday, February 4 - Agenda | Consent Agenda
Monday, May 6 - Agenda | Consent Agenda
Meetings begin at 7 p.m. unless stated otherwise at the Ten Mile Building, 32789 W. 10 Mile Road, Farmington - Room 1
Parent Forums for the 2012-2013 School Year | Flyer
Monday, October 22 - Flyer | Video Replay
Parent/Student Forum - “What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: An Update on Synthetic Drugs“
North Farmington High School
32900 W. 13 Mile Road Farmington Hills
March 4, 2013
6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
at Glen Oaks
30500 West 13 Mile Road Farmington Hills, MI 48334
C. Robert Maxfield PTA Council Scholarship
The Farmington Area PTA Council sponsors a local scholarship program culminating with the presentation of up to three, $500 scholarships to graduating seniors from Farmington Public Schools. The scholarship is named after former Farmington Public Schools Superintendent C. Robert Maxfield, a man dedicated to serving others by providing educational opportunity to all youths in the community. To be eligible, a student must be an active member of a high school Parent Teachers Student Association (PTSA). Applications are due March 22, 2013.
C. Robert Maxfield PTA Council Scholarship Application
PTA membership is open to everyone. Farmington Public Schools PTAs are autonomous but supported by national, state and district structures. When you join PTA, you are helping National PTA, Michigan PTA, Farmington PTA Council and your local unit. Contact your local PTA or school office for membership information for your school.
Businesses are welcome to join PTA as a Business Partner. When you join the Farmington PTA Council as a business member with annual membership dues of $50, you help our local PTAs, Michigan PTA and National PTA. PTA Membership provides businesses with visibility and recognition while increasing cooperation among schools, businesses and the community. When customers see your PTA member logo, they know your business cares about our children’s education and well-being.