Lufkin ISD News
If you ask them, they will come, especially if they’re your lifelong buddies. Three friends making memories at field day, again.
The Beaumont Foundation announced Amy Rhoades, Coston Elementary teacher, and Emily Courtney, Lufkin High School teacher, as recipients of the 2022 Gilbert I. “Buddy” Low Excellence in Education Award at an awards gala in San Augustine, Texas on Tuesday night.
The students at Slack Elementary had two special guest speakers who brought inspiration and expectations to the 5th graders.
Click on this post to see the Cum Laude graduates of Lufkin High School’s Class of 2022.
Click on this post to see the Magna Cum Laude graduates of Lufkin High School’s Class of 2022.
Superintendent Lynn Torres announced the Lufkin High School Class of 2022 Valedictorian as Reagan Crow and Salutatorian as Savana Calhoun tonight at the Education Foundation’s Panthers of Prestige Ceremony at the Tom Jack Lucas Auditorium.
Click on this post to see the Summa Cum Laude graduates of Lufkin High School’s Class of 2022.
Over the past few weeks and leading up to the end of school, we have celebrated and will continue to celebrate the academic achievements of our students in honor societies, the superintendent’s honor roll breakfast, and induction ceremonies for the STEM Academy and the Early College High School.
At the May Lufkin ISD school board meeting, Delphina Maxie was sworn in as a new member of the Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees. "I did want to thank everyone for coming out and being a part and thank you so much for your love and support. I’m excited about what God is...
Diego Barahona, LHS junior, won first place in Database Applications at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference in Dallas.
Lufkin High School teachers Laura Stevens and Marshall Gorham received the prestigious Beulah Dominy and Samual Gee Gill Teacher of the Year Award at the Lufkin ISD End of Year Service Award Banquet.
The STEM Academy is a partnership and cohort program between Lufkin High School and Stephen F. Austin State University, aimed at enriching the high school experience for students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Congratulations to our Teachers of the Year! District Teachers of the Year are Sherry Simmons and Juliana Thornton.
Lufkin ISD Retirees honored at End of Year Banquet. Thank you for your service!!
Please congratulate our future law enforcement officers, lawyer, and firewoman on their hard work and dedication. They represented us well,” said Johnnie Shepherd, LHS Criminal Justice Teacher.
The Lufkin ISD Administration announced that the School Board election winners are Allyson Langston and Delphina Maxie. The votes came in as follows: Joe Ceasar 630, Allyson Langston 768, Delphina Maxie 743
“We are so proud of these four employees who are such good examples of hard work and dedication on a daily basis,” said Daniel Spikes, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services.
Thank you to all of our Student Nutrition Services employees – YOU are our heroes!!
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Lufkin Middle School students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society at the Tom Jack Lucas Auditorium.
Lufkin High School partnered with Stephen F. Austin State University for the first LHS “signing” event that included almost 50 high school seniors.
We are so proud to announce our 2021-2022 Teachers of the Year! Congratulate this outstanding group of educators.
The LHS Anchor Club members have been collecting plastic grocery bags to partner with the ladies of Herty Baptist Church in "Mats that Matter". The students prepare used plastic bags that will be crocheted into blankets and pillows and distributed to our...
Dr. Monique Nunn has been named the new Director of the LHS Gear Up program. The Gear Up program helps students prepare to be successful for high school and beyond.
LHS Class of 2022 seniors give high fives and smiles to younger students during the C2G (Commit to Graduate) event at Lufkin ISD’s elementary and primary campuses.