Lufkin ISD News
LHS Principal Dr. Emmons and STEM Coordinator Suzy Jungmann presented the 2022 STEM Academy students laptop computers and volunteer awards in the LHS library this week.
“Our goal as speech-language pathologists in Lufkin ISD is to provide EVERY child a voice,” said Kristian Taylor, “because EVERY child has something to say.”
Coston Elementary cuts a ribbon on the opening of their first ever school store at the Coston Open House tonight.
The following All-Region Choir members will be advancing to the next round!
Two Lufkin Middle School students were recognized for not only their artistic ability but their interpretation of “The Power of Community” in the TSTA 2022 Young Artist Contest.
The Lufkin Early College High School Class of 2026 took a big step into the future as they submitted their applications to Angelina College.
“‘Aha moments’ are when you know you’ve made a difference in a life.”
The Governor of Texas approved a $50 million grant for the purchase of the ballistic shields for schools.
According to LMS Principal Andres Mijares, the band hall is in the finishing stages of renovations, and they anticipate moving students in within the next couple of weeks.
Students, parents and community members can weigh in on what’s served in the cafeteria by sampling food and drinks at the REGION 5 Food Service COOP – East Texas Food Show & Tasting.
Congratulations to the Lufkin High School student members of the 2022-23 Leadership Tomorrow group, representing area schools in Angelina County!
LHS junior Christian Rodriguez talked to head coach Todd Quick about Friday’s big win over A&M Consolidated and looked ahead to Friday’s district opener against Longview.
“I love working with the kids! It’s the lightbulb moments. You see it: ‘Oh, my, good! We did it!’ They all have it. It’s amazing to me,” said Mr. G.
The Lufkin ISD Education Foundation board along with LHS cheerleaders, drumline, and LISD Administration loaded up on a yellow school bus to deliver big checks to award teachers’ innovative ideas.
The Coalition announced the new group of Lufkin High School Drug-Free All Stars for 2022-2023. The Drug-Free All Stars are a group of high school seniors from Angelina County who are selected to serve as role models for their community by living a tobacco, drug, and alcohol-free lifestyle.
Surrounded by memorabilia, photos, trophies and plaques in the Dunbar Hall of Honor, the Lufkin Panthers football team momentarily relived the history of the three-time state champion Dunbar Tigers.
“I’ve learned that helping people can be anywhere, any job,” said Moore.
Purchase tickets and ride the bus to the Panther football game for a night of guaranteed fun and excitement!
“This is the lowest tax rate that we’ve had since the year 2008,” said Charlotte Bynum, CFO.
Check out photos from Friday Night’s big win on the district’s Facebook Page.
Lufkin ISD has once again been awarded a highly competitive discretionary grant for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
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During the 2021-2022 school year, 457 Advanced Placement (AP) exams were given to 253 Lufkin ISD students. Fifty-four percent of the students who took the exams made a 3 or higher. With the AP exam, comes some distinguishing honors.
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Q&A with Jordan Wisener by Sheila Adams, Lufkin ISD Ex. Dir. Communications Q: Where are you from? High school, college, any activities you were involved in through high school and/or college? Even though I was born and raised in Lufkin, TX, I am a graduate of...