Lakeville Area Public Schools offers a variety of extracurricular activities designed to meet the interests of our students through the district and Community Education. The athletic and activities program is an opportunity and a privilege afforded to the students in Lakeville Area Public Schools.
Elementary School Level
Programs and classes are offered through each school building though Community Education or volunteer-driven programming. Students and parents should check with their elementary school for specific offerings at their school. Lakeville Area Community Education works in partnership with our schools to offer extended day activities before and after school, on release days and all summer long for students in grades K-5.
Middle School Level
Several after-school athletic, arts, and other activities are available. For middle school athletic and activity programs, contact the Middle School Activities Director at the information below. Students are eligible to join clubs that are taking place in the middle school where they attend. Parents and students should check with their middle school for specific offerings. Adaptive athletics are offered to grades 7-8. Adaptive athletics information for grades 7-8 is available on the high school athletics webpages listed below.
- Contact: Harry Robbins, Activities Director: 952-232-2321 or Harry.Robbins@isd194.org
High School Level
Athletic, arts, academic activities are coordinated through the Athletics and Activities offices at Lakeville South High School and Lakeville North High School. Opportunities include, but are not limited to sports, theater, debate, speech, and many others. Any cognitively impaired student in grades 9-12 is invited to participate in any of the Adapted Sports offered through the Athletics and Activities program.
- Mike Zweber, Activities Director: 952-232-3621 or Michael.Zweber@isd194.org
- Neil Strader, Activities Director: 952-232-3321 or Neil.Strader@isd194.org