Lufkin ISD News
Congratulations to Lufkin ISD Board Vice President Don Muhlbach for receiving the Dave Campbell’s Community Connector Award Presented by Suddenlink!
Students have the opportunity to find out all about universities and colleges virtually this year. Just scan the QR code to register.
HOMECOMING game is this Friday night. Purchase tickets online or watch the game live streaming!
The Lufkin High School Drug-Free All Stars put together a video on why they are drug free. Enjoy this presentation by the Lufkin ISD AV Class.
Brookhollow Elementary Parents:
Due the storm, the electricity is out at Brookhollow Elementary. The campus is safe and parents may pick up their students early today. Buses will run at the regularly scheduled time.
According to TEA, districts can require students to come onto campus to complete a required assessment. Click this post for testing guidelines.
Students at Herty Primary are participating in kinesthetic learning with Think & Learn Smart Cycles. The cycles are designed for students PreK through first grade and will be used to help special needs children learn while pedaling.
An original flight experiment developed by Lufkin Middle School students Shariah Jackson and Abedeel McGrew was selected for testing on the International Space Station (ISS) in this year’s Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Mission 14 to the ISS.
Garrett Principal Cherree Hall said, “Mrs. Heaton is very dependable and reliable. She ensures her students are always learning through her passion for student success. Her lessons offer hands-on opportunities and keeps students engaged at all times.”
Students who ranked in the top 15 chairs will also advance to the Pre-Area Round in December. The LHS choir is under the direction of Nicole Stewart.
To quote the organization Friends of Texas Public Schools, “public schools have never been more successful than they are today. The highly skilled, professionally trained educators love kids and are more prepared than any other modern options to properly educate your children, whether live on campus or online from home.”
Lufkin Pack plays at New Caney Porter this Friday night. Come out to support the team!
Each year, October is recognized worldwide as Dyslexia Awareness Month, a time to come together to raise awareness, share resources, and tell stories about dyslexia successes. Students and employees across the district wore red to show their support for Dyslexia Awareness Month.
Home Pack football games (including halftime shows) will be streamed live in high definition, and are free to connect to and watch. Catch all of the action this Friday (October 16th) as the Panthers take on Magnolia for the first home varsity game of the season!
On Wednesday, the Lufkin Panther football tickets will open to the public and will be for sale at the DEC building at 701 North Street from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Each customer may purchase 4 tickets.
It was a great day to break ground on two of the $75 million bond projects yesterday afternoon. The Lufkin ISD board, administrators, architects, construction crews and media were all present to document this momentous day.
Click this post for information about the Lufkin Panther football game this Friday night at Magnolia West.
Behavior Basics is a site that has student social/emotional and behavioral supports for parents and teachers to conveniently access.
This year, the Lufkin ISD Education Foundation funded 13 innovative teacher grants for a total of $34,000.39.
Heath Wethington has been promoted to the position Director of Budget and Audit for the district. He has worked for Lufkin ISD as the District Accountant for the past 8 years.
Click this post for information on Friday night’s football game between the Lufkin Panthers and Nederland Bulldogs.
Tonight is the Lufkin Panthers’ first football game of the season. The game will be in Tyler at Rose Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Listen to the game Live on the radio with Gary Ivins. Click this post for more information.
Parents/ Guardians: If you would like your child/children to attend the Lufkin Virtual Learning Academy, the registration window is September 28 through October 9. The Lufkin Virtual Learning Academy gives parents the option to provide learning at home rather than...
The following list of Lufkin ISD employees received service pins for their 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years of service. Thank you for your long-standing commitment to Lufkin ISD!
With Covid-19 protocols and nurses changing constantly into PPE, we wanted to make sure our Lufkin ISD nurses knew how appreciated they are for the “sweet roll” they play for our students and staff. Thank you!!