Lufkin ISD News
At the April board meeting, the Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees approved an employee incentive for new employees.
With baseball and softball in full swing at our new facilities at the high school and Easter egg hunts and field days at our primary and elementary campuses, this is one of my favorite times of year.
“We appreciate the quality student teacher candidates that come from Stephen F. Austin State University, and we look forward to partnering with the university in investing in future teachers,” said Kurt Stephens, Deputy Superintendent.
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Congratulations to the new members of the Lufkin Middle School Drill Team! Click on the post to see the numbers of the young ladies who were selected to the squad.
Brandon Elementary students enjoyed an in-depth and up-close lesson on reptiles from Cen-Tex Reptile and Wildlife Services.
Virtual Job Fair sign ups will begin on Monday, April 18. Interviews will be the following week.
“The addition of these LED Road Flares will greatly enhance the safety of our Law Enforcement and Security Officers during traffic direction at both Lufkin High School, Lufkin Middle School, sporting events and graduation,” said Lufkin ISD Police Officer Jeff Taylor.
“Josh is data driven and has a tremendous desire to help all students be successful,” said Lynn Torres, Superintendent of Schools.
Congratulations to the new inductees of the Elementary Honor Society and the returning members. Students were recognized at the Tom J. Lucas Auditorium at Lufkin High School.
“When it comes to high school military style marching bands, Lufkin Is known by many, even here at A&M, as among the best,” said Kyle.
“It is an honor to serve Lufkin ISD, collaborate with great district leaders, and support teachers as the Director of Early Childhood,” said Mrs. Dean.
“These employees work tirelessly day in and day out to ensure that our staff and students have everything they need to be successful,” said Daniel Spikes, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services.
“Both of my parents are educators and so I have always felt like an old soul in education. I had my first opportunity as a Campus Principal for Central Junior High at 26 years old because of leadership my parents instilled in me,” said Dr. Cauthen.
The Lufkin High School chapter of the National Honor Society held an Induction Ceremony Tuesday to honor the senior and junior inductees.
It’s time to register your little ones for pre-k!
Experience the day in the life of a preschool student. If you’re thinking about enrolling your child in Pre-K 3 or 4, come check out this event.
Smith travels across the state to talk to students about the moon mission, the mission to Mars, and his own personal mission of inspiring students to reach for the stars.
Come tour the Phase 1 construction of the new Lufkin Middle School on Thursday, March 31 at 5:30 p.m.
Congratulations to the winners of the Primary/Elementary UIL Competition.
Information on polling location and sample ballot for May 7th school board election.
Preschoolers have all the fun. Now parents and community members can see what it’s like to have a day in the life of a preschooler at the Pre-K Experience.
Today the 7th and 8th grade students move into their new home — Phase 1 of the new Lufkin Middle School.
Support these budding artists at the artwork showcase at the Museum of East Texas.
Denetra Slaughter has been named the Principal at Dunbar Primary beginning next school year. Dorinda Wade, the current principal, will be retiring after 31 years at Lufkin ISD.