Michigan PTA (Parent Teacher Association) honored Farmington Area PTA Council President Tammy Luty as its PTA/PTSA Member of the Year during the organization's state convention in April.
Luty was selected because of her service and contributions to both the PTA and the community. She served five years on the Wood Creek Elementary School PTA Board and started a Dad’s Reading Night that won the first Michigan PTA Best Male Involvement Award in 2011.
Serving her second year as Farmington PTA Council President, she brought Wood Creek's writing challenges program district-wide and was a member of the Facilities Study Committee and the City of Farmington Hills 2020 committee and participates in the Pledge for Success Committee.
Farmington PTA Council also won the Council Award of Excellence, recognizing its parent forums, enrichment classes, and the district writing challenge. Farmington PTA Council also won a Certificate of Success for partnering with business members.
Highmeadow Common Campus PTA earned recognition for 100 percent PTA participation and a Certificate of Achievement. North Farmington High School PTSA, Dunckel Middle School PTSA, Power Upper Elementary School PTSA, and Wood Creek Elementary School PTA all earned Certificates of Achievement.
Source: Farmington Public Schools press release