Thanks to some amazing volunteers from LHS Cheer, Communities in Schools, Ignite and Panther Baseball, the night was fun for all.
Dyslexic students across the district will have artwork on display at the Museum of East Texas this Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. After the showcase, the items will go on an online auction with proceeds benefiting the Alys Ray Dyslexia Achievement Scholarship.
Dunbar Tigers are trained in bus safety thanks to the Lufkin ISD Transportation department. The staff brought over a shiny, new bus and their top-notch trained instructors and drivers to talk to the students about what to do in case of an emergency.
See You at the Pole is a global movement of prayer which is student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led. This year, the LHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes led the event and gathered for prayer around the flag poles near the new baseball and softball complex.
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Coston Elementary cuts a ribbon on the opening of their first ever school store at the Coston Open House tonight.
The following All-Region Choir members will be advancing to the next round!
Two Lufkin Middle School students were recognized for not only their artistic ability but their interpretation of “The Power of Community” in the TSTA 2022 Young Artist Contest.
The Lufkin Early College High School Class of 2026 took a big step into the future as they submitted their applications to Angelina College.
“‘Aha moments’ are when you know you’ve made a difference in a life.”
The Governor of Texas approved a $50 million grant for the purchase of the ballistic shields for schools.
According to LMS Principal Andres Mijares, the band hall is in the finishing stages of renovations, and they anticipate moving students in within the next couple of weeks.
Students, parents and community members can weigh in on what’s served in the cafeteria by sampling food and drinks at the REGION 5 Food Service COOP – East Texas Food Show & Tasting.
Congratulations to the Lufkin High School student members of the 2022-23 Leadership Tomorrow group, representing area schools in Angelina County!
LHS junior Christian Rodriguez talked to head coach Todd Quick about Friday’s big win over A&M Consolidated and looked ahead to Friday’s district opener against Longview.