Lufkin ISD News
Student and Staff holiday on Monday.
Take a look at these items to purchase from Lufkin ISD through an online auction.
Lufkin Middle School students raised $2,000 for the local Salvation Army through the Red Envelope Challenge hosted by Communities in Schools.
Two Lufkin High School juniors advanced to All-State as musicians. Alyssa Kitchens placed Texas All-State on clarinet and Allie Pierce in choir.
Lufkin FFA was awarded a $1000 grant from Pilgrim’s to purchase small animal livestock scales.
It’s time to apply for the Lufkin ISD Advanced Academics Gifted & Talented and Dual Language programs. Come to Advanced Academics night at 6 p.m. next Thursday at Lufkin High School to find out more.
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Take a road trip through learning sessions and the innovation showcase at the Road Map to Advanced Education event.
The Trout Campus Leadership Team read stories to students at Trout Primary while teachers enjoyed a mini break and reindeer munch. All students received a book from the DD’s Discount First Book fundraiser, and teachers were presented with several diversity books for their classroom libraries
Brandon Elementary Student Council Food Drive collected over 1,100 non-perishable items collected for the East Texas Food Bank.
Christmas holiday begins at early release on Friday.
Maria Moreno was recognized today for 23 years of service on the Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC).
“It feels surreal,” said Sabani after finding out the day before that his entire college experience at Princeton University will be fully funded.
Lynn Torres, Superintendent of Schools: After-school time is an important time of the day. How that time is spent can be instrumental in a child’s educational, physical and emotional growth.
Lufkin Independent School District officials announced at a public hearing tonight that the district received a rating of “A” for “Superior Achievement” under Texas’ School F.I.R.S.T. financial accountability rating system.
The annual Turkey Trot, an event that partners Lufkin High School athletes with special needs children in the district, was held at Lufkin High School today.
The Administrative Services Department recognized four employees in October who play a vital role in the day-to-day operation of the school district.
Elementary student with diabetes leads the way celebrating and educating about World Diabetes Day.
Thank you, Veterans! Campuses across the district celebrate Veterans Day with videos.
“Nothing is more satisfying than that “AHA!” moment when you figure out what is triggering a student to behave a certain way,” said Morgan Robledo, LSSP.
Brandon Elementary’s 5th grade Gifted and Talented program students put together a Boston Market complete with costumes, dancing, presentations, and props.
Season passes to all of the basketball games can be purchased at the Administration Building.
LHS junior Kristopher Murphy and freshman Reynold Guadarrama finished 32nd and 67th, respectively, out of 152 runners at the state cross country.
Burley Primary’s Career Day brought out lots of little police officers, doctors, astronauts and principals dressed for success.
Lufkin United Against Violence would like to invite all to a week of festivities with a revival at Louis Bronaugh Park. There will be speakers and singing at the park Monday through Friday starting at 7 each night.