At the Junior Achievement Golden Star Breakfast, recognition and awards were given to volunteers, school districts, sponsors, and board members for an outstanding year of economic success.
The Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees in a special called meeting Tuesday evening named Deputy Superintendent Lynn Torres as the lone finalist for Superintendent of Schools.
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The seniors enjoyed breakfast together as they celebrated one last time before graduation. The summa cum laude students were announced as well as Valedictorian, Michael Calhoun, and Salutatorian, Allison Todd.
Each year, two students are selected, one student who originally qualified for the Dual Language Magnet Program in English and one who qualified in Spanish.
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Please join the LISD administration, staff, and students to celebrate 25 years of the Dual Language Program on Saturday, May 12th from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Burley cafeteria.read more
Cinco de Mayo was celebrated in a BIG way at Burley Primary!read more
PROJECT CELEBRATION now has Online Donation capabilities through their brand new website. This makes it easier than ever to make a donation to Project Celebration.read more
The Golden Spatula Award is given out monthly to the campus cafeteria staff that goes above and beyond to not only serve food to our students, but to serve with kindness, style and enthusiasm.read more
IT’S OFFICIAL: Lufkin ISD residents vote in favor of bond that will update numerous facilities; Henderson, Knight, Skelton win trustee seats
Residents of the Lufkin Independent School District who voted early have cast 1,900 votes in favor of Proposition A and 629 against it.read more
Stacey McCarty, Digital Learning Specialist, received the Leader of the Pack Award at the District Leadership Team meeting this week for her willingness to do whatever needs to be done.read more
May 5th is Election day. Up on the ballot is a school board election and a bond election for a new middle school, LHS multi-purpose facility and athletic fields. Make your voice heard. #LufkinVotesread more
Purple and gold was in the house at the Expo Center going head to head against area schools in competitions such as catapults, robotics, contraptions and life science projects at the Angelina County Science and Tech Fair.read more
Lufkin High School senior Mackenzie Foley has been riding horses and doing flips for most of her life. In June, she’ll compete in the state rodeo in Abilene with hopes of qualifying for the national rodeo in Wyoming.read more
I’ll never forget the first time I voted. It was 1995, my senior year in high school. My government teacher, Mr. Cyr, instilled in me the importance of voting and being an educated voter.read more
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