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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Sign up your little ones for Pre-K and Kindergarten at the Round-Up on April 4th and 5th.read more
Mrs. Julie Munoz is all about family. She was raised in East Texas and has been with the Lufkin ISD family for fourteen years. She serves as an Instructional Coach at Burley Primary.read more
STEM 4 students were recognized at the March board meeting who participated in the Regional Science and Engineering Fair held in Kilgore on Friday, March 1 and are advancing to state competition.read more
Superintendent Lynn Torres recaps recent trip to New York with the Sophomore GT Class.read more
Attend the 2019 Lufkin ISD Job Fair to find out about all of your options at Lufkin ISD and become a difference maker in the lives of students.read more
The LHS Panther Players theater students are advancing to Bi-District competition with their one-act play, The Glass Menagerie, written by Tennessee Williams. The Bi-District event will be in Texarkana on March 27th.read more
Having a master plumber on staff is a necessity especially with the day-to-day service needed on a district with more than 1,000 restrooms. Brian Hollers, Lead Plumber, has been with Lufkin ISD for four years and enjoys the challenge of service plumbing.read more
Mrs. Cessali Williams’ culinary class served up a delicious breakfast to the District Leadership Team during their monthly meeting this morning at the Administration Building.read more
Kim Hamilton said, “They’re just kids. They want to be treated like everyone else. They want to be loved, and we have a lot of that to go around. It’s a good place for kids to be.”read more
A breakfast at Lufkin High School honored the LHS seniors who received the National Merit Commended and National Hispanic Recognition Program awards: Ali Khurshid, Bryce King (National Merit Commended); Riley Latham, Fernan Chong, Moises Rueda (National Hispanic Recognition Program).read more
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