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.
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!!
The game is Friday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium at 609 Fair Park Drive in Tyler.
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The 7th induction for the Stephen F. Austin State University (SFASU) STEM Academy was held at the Tom Jack Lucas Auditorium honoring the 31 students who were selected through a rigorous academic process.
To start the school year off right, Lufkin Middle School Dual Language teacher Leticia Galindo instructed students on the Kleenex Box Project. This project was used as a creative way for the dual language students to get to know their classmates while using arts and crafts.
Angie Fuller is a difference maker. She works with students who have learning disabilities at Herty Primary in a Content Mastery class where every day she provides support to Kindergarten through 2nd grade children.
Come see the Lufkin Panther Band perform their annual Snap Competition on Friday night at Abe Martin Stadium. Click this post for spectator guidelines.
Are you registered to vote? Early voting begins October 13th. Click this post to find out early voting locations.
In order to keep parents and community members updated on the exposure and positive cases of COVID-19 in the school district, a COVID-19 dashboard will now be available to view online.
Brookhollow Elementary created a college awareness environment on campus by encouraging students and staff to celebrate National College Colors Day by wearing college t-shirts, masks, or colors of their favorite university or college.
With UIL regulations and COVID-19 protocols in place, football season tickets will be sold to a crowd of only 50% stadium capacity. Click this post to read what that means for Panther fans.
Senator Robert Nichols came to Angelina County on Tuesday to speak with the six area school superintendents about all things education. He surveyed the needs of the school districts and discussed concerns leading into the legislative issues in January.
An interview with co-drum majors Abbey Lantis and Joel Sarmiento reveals the determination of the band during COVID-19.
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