Lufkin ISD News
Check this post for Meet the Teacher dates and times. There also is a Covid-19 vaccination clinic that will be offered.
Lufkin ISD administration announces new district leaders for the 2021-2022 school year.
All bus riders must register for the 2021-2022 school year. Easy registration by just a phone call!
Dual language students participated in a summer camp and learned about art history, which led to the creation of a fun art show.
Dr. Andre Emmons has been named the new principal of Lufkin High School. The announcement was made after LHS principal Brandon Boyd resigned his position to become the high school principal at Salado ISD.
Parents: Have you applied for the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer?
Check out the menus and locations for the summer feeding program.
Change is never easy, and saying goodbye to Don Muhlbach will definitely not be easy.
Joseph Ceasar was sworn in to the Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees at the June board meeting. Mr. Ceasar was appointed to the board after Don Muhlbach resigned last month.
The American Rescue Plan includes another round of funding for school districts across the nation. Let us know what you feel is the greatest need for students.
Congratulations to the Para of the Year employees and Newcomer of the Year employees. Great job!
Young Scholars in grades third, fourth and fifth put together a Virtual Art Showcase in order to display their creations. Enjoy!
Congratulations, Susan and Garion, and thank you for representing Lufkin ISD!
Four students from Lufkin High School have art pieces selected by The Texas Tech University School of Art (TTU SoA) “State of Texas High School Art” competition exhibition.
Best of luck and many thanks to our 2020-2021 Lufkin ISD Retirees!
Congratulations to 192 employees who received Lufkin ISD Service Award pins!
Congratulations to Zachary Hill, a 2020 graduate of Lufkin High School, who was inducted into the Naval Academy Class of 2025.
“Don Muhlbach has turned in his notice of resignation to be an ever-present grandfather in College Station. He will be sorely missed and irreplaceable. We don’t want to see him go,” said Hall Henderson, board president.
Briana Cruz, Parker Winthrop, Tyler Drapela, and Samantha Saenz submitted pieces of artwork winning a scholarship and the honor of permanently displaying their art pieces in the Lufkin ISD Administration Building downtown.
LHS students heading to Nationals after receiving first place in state in Skills USA Game design.
The Class of 2021 graduated Friday night at the George H. Henderson Expo Center. Click this post to watch the video from Facebook Live.
Click this post to watch the Class of 2021 graduate at the George H. Henderson Expo Center tonight at 8 p.m.
The LHS Graduation has been moved to the George H. Henderson Expo Center located at 1200 Ellen Trout Drive due to inclement weather.
At the May board meeting, Hall Henderson, Scott Skelton and Matt Knight were sworn in as Lufkin ISD board members after being elected to the board during the May school board election
Panthers of Prestige ceremony honored the Top 20 graduates and their educators of influence.