Lufkin ISD News
Although luck may have something to do with it, sheer determination is what gets Aanvi to the bee each year. This isn’t her first rodeo.
Twenty school leaders were recently named TEPSANs of the Year by the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Cindy Nerren, principal of Anderson Elementary, received the recognition for Region 7.
“I am blessed to share my time during the school day with our wonderful students. More than anything, I am happy for our outstanding soloists that they have learned firsthand how hard work and dedication pay off. These are some really special kids,” said LHS band director George Little.
We want your opinion on school uniforms. This year students were not required to wear uniforms. Should we bring them back next school year or not?
Be a friend of all libraries, big and small. Share books whenever you can!
Lufkin High School theater students will hit the stage on Friday for their One Act Play Competition.
Lufkin ISD recognizes that our protocols have kept us safe and able to keep our schools open. In our protocols related to COVID-19, masks remain a vital part of the safety, protection of our students, and the mitigation of the spread of the disease until the population can be vaccinated.
Thank you to our diagnosticians for their kind heart and the service they provide each day for our students.
The students at Brookhollow Elementary can tell you some of their favorite African-American heroes that they studied and how that learning about them transformed their way of thinking.
Reading is fun!! Trout Primary celebrates Read Across America Day by highlighting the importance of reading.
Pre-K and Kindergarten Round-up will be here before you know it! Mark your calendar for April 8 & 9 so we can get your little ones registered.
“We will continue to operate under all current guidelines until next Wednesday, and we will release new information as soon as we have it,” said Supt. Lynn Torres.
Join us virtually for our annual, collaborative transition conference, dedicated to parents of students with special needs in Angelina County.
Spring Break is almost here! Hopefully we’ll have spring weather!
He has that Pack spirit all the way,” said LHS Swim Coach Adams.
Lufkin High School junior, Carter Wood, will represent the Pack at the State Diving Championships this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26 and 27 in San Antonio, Texas.
Join us for our annual, collaborative transition conference, dedicated to parents of students with special needs in Angelina County. This year’s virtual conference will go live on March 2, 2021.
Congratulations to the Lufkin High School students who qualified for state competition in the Business of Professionals of America competition. Students will compete virtually in the state competition next week March 2 through 6.
“The site has information about Advanced Academics programs including Gifted and Talented, Dual Language, STEM, dual credit, Advanced Placement courses and more. Videos were created for parents to learn more about the counseling services that the district offers,” said Lynn Torres LISD Supt.
At the February school board meeting, the Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2021-2022 academic school calendar. The first day of instruction will be on Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021 and Lufkin High School Graduation on May 27, 2022.
Click this post to go to the site for Parents for African American Academic Success. This week Brookshire Brothers is giving away a $100 gift card!
“This past week has been another unexpected test of the Lufkin ISD family. Like all our challenges over the past year, we have prevailed and have acted in the best interest of our students and community.”
Lufkin ISD will remain closed on Monday, Feb. 22 due to extensive repairs and clean up on campuses.
Lufkin ISD will remain closed for the rest of the week resuming classes on Monday, Feb 22.
The information meeting that was planned for middle school and high school freshman cheer candidates has been canceled. Click on this post for more information.