Lynn Torres
Lufkin ISD Superintendent

Superintendent’s Corner

Recent columns by the Lufkin ISD Superintendent:

 

  • Supt. Mrs. Torres: Students' safety, security always a priority
    The safety and security of our students and campuses is always a priority for the Lufkin school district. We are working to be proactive to ensure the safety of our students, schools and staff.
  • Back to school with a fresh start!
    Superintendent Torres: I have never been a fan of New Year’s resolutions made hastily in January. For me, back to school has always been the place for resolutions and fresh starts.
  • Board values teachers and staff by committing additional funds to raises
    The Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees will take a huge step to value our staff by further committing an additional 10% of the $10 million gain to raises.
  • LHS Early College High School students successfully complete first year
    I could not be more proud of our students, staff, and community partners for making our first planning year a success. Our students are flourishing and gaining the skills they need to be successful in taking college courses.
  • Congrats, 2019 Graduates!
    Our students will be attending 56 different colleges (including one online college and three trade schools) and four branches of the military (U.S. Air Force, one student; U.S. Marine Corps, five students; U.S. Army, six students; and U.S. Navy, three students).
  • You can count on the LISD team!
    When a huge storm ripped through the Lufkin High School property leaving twisted trees, snapped off telephone poles and downed lines, it was the staff at Lufkin ISD and community members who so graciously volunteered to help pick up the pieces.
  • Snow in Central Park: Mrs. Torres reflects on NYC GT Trip
    Superintendent Lynn Torres recaps recent trip to New York with the Sophomore GT Class.
  • Superintendent Torres touts student successes
    When I think about what is truly unique about a Lufkin ISD educational experience, I think about the limitless possibilities that students have.