Lufkin ISD News
Maria Cuellar has been surrounded by Spanish in a world of English. She grew up in a home where only Spanish was spoken but went to school all day speaking English. Now as the Dual Kindergarten teacher at Burley Primary, she has the opportunity to teach in both languages.
Thanks to our community partners, parents, students, and staff for making Burley Primary’s Math Night a fun experience for all!
It’s time to round up the pre-kinder and kindergartners at the Round-Up on Thursday, April 2nd. Click here for details.
Thanks to our community partners for participating in the Touch-a-Truck event at Garrett Primary. The children loved seeing the trucks and professions up close even climbing in the cabs of some of these big rigs.
The students have been learning about fresh water, filters, ground water, layers of the earth and much more. But today’s lesson was more about being grateful for what you have and how we can bless others.
At the February 13th school board meeting, the 2020-2021 school calendar was approved by the Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees.
When I think of the Lufkin ISD mission to provide exceptional learning experiences for our students, the 10th-grade Gifted and Talented Integrated Studies Program trip to New York City immediately comes to mind.
Congratulations to our new inductees to the Elementary Honor Society and to our previous members on a job well done.
The Lufkin High School Panther Band showed up in a big way at the Solo & Ensemble competition at Stephen F. Austin State University this past weekend where they took home 185 medals!
At Lufkin ISD, there are a variety of Advanced Academic courses at each grade level. At the Advanced Academics Night event, some activities from these courses where on display so parents and students alike could see firsthand what high level learning looks like. To...
Through most of middle school and all through high school, Janet Bate, secretary at Herty Primary, twirled a baton. Sometimes the batons were on fire.
Come hear about Advanced Academics through one-on-one breakout sessions and enjoy the showcase where kids will demonstrate hands-on activities that take place in the classroom.
The event for Parents for African-American Academic Success at the J.D.’s Center of Hope was well attended by parents, community members, and Lufkin ISD staff.
Lufkin ISD is seeking input on the development of the 2020-2021 school calendar. Keep in mind, this is only a proposed draft of the calendar and the final calendar must be approved by the board.
STEM 4th Grade Exploration Day was filled with imagination and technology geared at outer space. With a humongous floor map of the moon and a portable planetarium, the day was mind blowing.
Parents for African-American Academic Success will meet at the JD’s Center of HOPE next Monday evening to discuss the Advanced opportunities that Lufkin ISD offers.
The showcase featured 26 innovative teacher grants on display for a hands-on experience for all ages.
The students at Trout Primary participated in fun art activities and writing assignments to highlight the 100th Day of School.
Congratulations to all of our participants and winners of the Primary/Elementary UIL competition!
The Career Day at Coston Elementary was a fun and engaging event that promoted college and career exploration and helped students create a path toward goal planning for future aspirations. Thank you to our community volunteers!
Today is a day to remember for Mike McHaney, Lufkin High School Audio/Visual/Multimedia teacher. Not only is it his wife’s birthday, but it’s the anniversary of completely committing himself to a healthy lifestyle.
Congratulations to our Lufkin High School students who qualified for State Competition in Business Professionals of America!
With the beginning of 2020, Lufkin ISD and our parents are already thinking about the beginning of the new school year in the fall.
The Showcase will feature 26 innovative teaching grants.
Mrs. Stewart, 3rd grade teacher for Coston Elementary, won an educational presentation from Panda Express.