At the Lufkin ISD board work session, architects from Goodwin-Lasiter-Strong presented renderings of the bond projects for Lufkin Middle School, the multi-purpose facility at the high school, and the ball field complex.
Students from the five elementary campuses came together for team building and fun activities before they become Lufkin Panthers when they go to middle school next year. Thank you to our t-shirt sponsors: Hospice in the Pines and Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson
Rosario Cuello, 8th grader at Lufkin Middle School, entered a drawing at Huntington State Bank for each A she made in her classes and was rewarded with a $500 savings account!
“The number one thing for kids to understand is you can find a connection with everyone. You can be diplomatic. You can always find something in common, if you try,” Jackson Randle.
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The Lufkin ISD Young Scholars Art Exhibition was carefully crafted by the imaginations of 300 elementary students who created pieces that were inspired by exploring the works of great artists.read more
“What can you not like about pre-school!?! People will say ‘Oh look how cute they are’ but they have the same issues as other kids but they’re just smaller.read more
Foster grandparents are a vital part of our team across the district. These volunteers help aid in the classrooms and create lasting relationships with our staff and students. Thanks for sharing your time with us!read more
The Lufkin High School Top 20 students surprised their Educators of Influence with an invitation to the Panthers of Prestige banquet that will be held on May 21st.read more
The LHS Pantherbots are ranked 24th out of 183 teams in Texas. The competition begins this Thursday through Saturday in Austin, Texas.read more
Herty Primary hosted a Spring Fling for the students to enjoy fun activities in the great outdoors.read more
Dunbar Primary hosted ” A Day with the ARTS” where students could explore different types of art mediums with the help of local artists and Lufkin ISD staff.read more
Dual en Acción, a new service club for students enrolled in the Dual Language program, participated in their second community service event creating an outdoor classroom.read more
This year at the Angelina County Youth Fair, there will be a livestock show for special needs students in grades 3rd-12th who reside in Angelina County.read more
Director Jan Fulbright, said, “Mrs. Willis was chosen this month because of her diligence and hard work. She is truly appreciated!”read more
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