Lynn Torres
Lufkin ISD Superintendent

Superintendent’s Corner

Recent columns by the Lufkin ISD Superintendent:

 

  • Lufkin ISD implements several new safety/security measures
    Creating a safe and secure environment for our students, staff and visitors is a main priority for Lufkin ISD. Schools are places of learning, creative play and innovation, not a place for fear and suspicion.
  • Lynn Torres: Lufkin ISD offers 'Limitless Possibilities'
    What I love most about Lufkin is that we offer students a variety of choices to ensure that they are successful. From our CTE courses to our fine arts classes, from our new Early College High School program to our advanced courses, students can choose which path is best for them.
  • Board of Trustees selects Lynn Torres as lone finalist for Lufkin ISD Superintendent post
    The Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees in a special called meeting Tuesday evening named Deputy Superintendent Lynn Torres as the lone finalist for Superintendent of Schools.
  • Message from Dr. Goffney: Thank you for the opportunity to serve
    People ask what I am most proud of about my time in Lufkin, and there’s no one single thing I can point to, because there are so many.
  • Why it's important to vote
    I’ll never forget the first time I voted. It was 1995, my senior year in high school. My government teacher, Mr. Cyr, instilled in me the importance of voting and being an educated voter.
  • Lufkin High School curriculum offers many choices
    When I went to school, our choices were very limited. I didn’t have the options afforded to students today.
  • Gifts that will last a lifetime
    It’s the holiday season, and through the hustle and bustle of buying presents and all of the festivities, I take the time to reflect on the gifts that really matter, the gifts that are lifelong, the gifts that years from now students will talk about and retell to their children and grandchildren.
  • Education has, in fact, made all the difference
    I was told that education would make all the difference, and when I stood onstage with the four men who were chosen among the more than a thousand superintendents statewide, I believed it.