Lynn Torres
Lufkin ISD Superintendent

Superintendent’s Corner

Recent columns by the Lufkin ISD Superintendent:


  • Thank you, Coach Muhlbach!
    Change is never easy, and saying goodbye to Don Muhlbach will definitely not be easy.
  • College Week 2021: Time to think about future opportunities!
    It’s never too early to start talking to your children about future goals, including decisions after high school. This week, Lufkin ISD will be all about college during College Week.
  • Get ready for Pre-K and Kinder Round Up
    "Parents of prekindergarten and kindergarten children — it’s time to start thinking about enrolling your child in school for next year," said Supt. Lynn Torres.
  • Supt. Lynn Torres touts virtual event
    "The site has information about Advanced Academics programs including Gifted and Talented, Dual Language, STEM, dual credit, Advanced Placement courses and more. Videos were created for parents to learn more about the counseling services that the district offers," said Lynn Torres LISD Supt.
  • Lufkin Proud!
    Superintendent Lynn Torres reflects on proud moments at Lufkin ISD.
  • Start on Track and Stay on Track with preschool education
    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.”
  • LETS GEAR UP Grant preparing students for success after high school
    As superintendent of schools for Lufkin ISD, it is important to me that students are prepared for success when they leave the halls of Lufkin High School. With that in mind, I am proud that Lufkin ISD is implementing the Linking Education to Success (LETS) Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) grant that was received in 2018.
  • Torres: The start of school has always been my favorite time of year
    Mrs Torres: "As the superintendent of schools, I cannot let the current situation dampen my enthusiasm for a new school year and a new start."