Welcome to the Leesville Road High School Family and thank you for visiting the LRHS PTSA website! 

    Using the links below, you can find information pertaining to the goals, news, and people involved with Leesville's PTSA. You can also find PTSA meeting minutes, forms, volunteer information, and budgetary documents as the information becomes available.

    Stay Connected!
    • Leesville Road High School PTSA uses an online communication tool called MemberHub to bring you into our school community and keep you informed and engaged with what is happening. This is the email group for our biweekly announcements (the LRHS Messenger). Within our MemberHub site, you can join the PTSA, make a donation and order other school spirit items.  Your information is stored securely and privately. *Please visit https://lrhsptsa.memberhub.com/join/68a67d to add you and your family to our school’s MemberHub site.   
    • The Principal's Weekly Message and other official school information (i.e. inclement weather closings, WCPSS calendar changes, etc.) are sent via WCPSS email and text. Sign up for this on the school website by going to Parents→School Messenger Communications
    • Follow us on Twitter @LRHS_PTSA
    • Like and Follow us on Facebook @LRHSPTSA

    Memberhub Tips
    • If you have children in multiple schools, then you will sign up with the LRHS code (68a67d), and then you will have a drop down box to choose the organization you wish to use (i.e. LRHS or LRMS). You can then use any member site needed for your family.
    • There is a lot of information that can be entered, but you only need to have a name and email address to join and to receive email notifications. Phone number(s) are only necessary to elect to receive text messages.
    What did LRHS PTSA accomplish during the 2021-2022 school year?
    Follow this link for a list of highlights covering membership, meetings, communications, programs, student support, students recognition and faculty support/hospitality.

    Here are 10 reasons you should consider joining our PTSA.

    • #1: It's good for your child(ren). When parents get connected to the school, children get better grades, do better on tests, and have fewer discipline problems. When you build a relationship with your child’s teachers, principal, and office staff, it will be far easier to communicate about any problem (or victory) that occurs throughout the year.

    • #2: It's important to the school. Schools are becoming more and more dependent on parent groups. The parent groups are responsible for almost all of the school's fundraising revenue. We provide support to teachers and administrators, and we create a caring and supportive atmosphere in the school.
    • #3: You'll get connected. There’s no better way to know what’s going on in the school than to be in the school's parent teacher group. You'll be first to hear about important decisions and changes the school is thinking about making, and you will get to know teachers and administrators on a familiar basis.

    • #4: You'll discover great resources. The PTSA offers a variety of programs designed for parents as well as students.

    • #5: You'll tap into a network. PTSA functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers, building rapport and discussing issues that are on your mind. You can share ideas, concerns, and experiences. The common bond all parents of school-aged children share is that we care about creating the best possible educational experience for our kids. We are neighbors and peers and as a result, many friendships are forged via this connection.

    • #6: You'll watch yourself grow. By volunteering with the PTSA, you put your skills and hobbies to use for a noble cause—your child and all children in the community. Your child will beam for weeks after his parent comes to school and shared his career, hobby, or even just their time helping out at school. Stay-at-home parents as well as working parents all have individual talents they can share. Parent groups work to establish a supportive and encouraging community for the entire school. The goal is to create the most educational environment possible for our children.

    • #7: You can speak up. Your voice and opinion matters! It makes a difference when you speak up. Your voice and ideas can help improve the quality of education for your children and their peers. PTSA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school.

    • #8: You'll witness improvement. By getting involved at your child’s school you’ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes. Local PTSAs play an important role by supporting building improvements through advocacy and play an important role in fundraising for curriculum based programs and social events.

    • #9: You'll be a role model. By becoming a PTSA member, you’ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education as well as on being involved in their world. They'll see you taking a stand to make education better for them and their peers, and chances are they'll do the same.

    • #10: You'll help raise necessary funds. Your PTSA membership fees are a source of PTSA funds which provides more educational services for children to improve the quality of the school overall.
    In addition, you will enjoy substantial member benefits. Individuals and local units can take advantage of a host of benefits from PTSA membership including discounts and offers from member benefits providers and sponsors, magazine subscriptions, leadership training, e-newsletters and much more.
    Presidential Volunteer Service Awards (PVSA) Application--due by Friday, 9/16/2022
    Link to 
    Links to 2021-2022 Meeting Minutes (can you list these in order of most recent first)