Lufkin ISD News
Check out all the amazing art pieces created by our dyslexic students across the District.
Germard Reed, 2009 graduate of Lufkin High School and former NFL player, spoke to Lufkin Middle School students and teachers in an inspiring message about believing in yourself and your dreams.
Red Ribbon Week will be next week. Pledge to be drug-free!
The East Texas Food Show & Commodity Tasting at the Convention Center today brought out our toughest food critics…kiddos. Students, staff, parents and community members had the opportunity to sample all kinds of school lunch items.
Art show kicks off an art auction to raise money for the Alys Ray Achievement Scholarship.
The entire Dunbar Primary campus glowed today as teachers and staff created classrooms and halls filled with bright neon and black lights to make a special day for the students. [gallery type="rectangular" size="medium"...
The See You at The Pole (SYATP) event coordinated by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes organization was held this morning around the flagpole in front of the LHS baseball/softball complex.
Peter Pan is coming to the Tom Jack Lucas Auditorium Friday and Saturday.
Activities will be going on all week to celebrate National GEAR UP week!
On Monday, Oct. 2 students will have a holiday, and staff will be on campus for staff development.
“It was, hands down, the most exciting experience of my life,” Leah Brown said about being a contestant on Wheel of Fortune.
Mark your calendars for the East Texas Food Show on Oct. 3. Click this post for registration.
Awards recognize high-performing students and help them stand out to colleges.
We look forward to seeing you at your child’s Open House!
“Lufkin High School has a longstanding tradition of well-rounded AP students with many accolades and this year is no exception,” Julie McManus, Lufkin High School principal said.
The Drug-Free All Stars are a group of high school seniors from Angelina County who are selected to serve as role models for their community by living an alcohol, drug, and tobacco-free lifestyle.
Staff at Coston Elementary had an “underground spirit week” where teachers dressed up giving students clues for what this year’s musical will be.
Congratulations! Twenty-nine grants were distributed on Thursday as the Education Foundation board along with the LHS drum line and cheerleaders made their way around to ten campuses in the district.
Click on this link to bid on a portable classroom.
Click the attached letters to read about Attendance Guidelines.
Slack Elementary’s fourth and fifth grade students enjoyed a “tasting” of autobiographies, biographies, fantasies, informational texts and realistic fiction at the Starbooks Cafe.
The district is closed for Labor Day holiday on Monday.
“We are looking forward to a great year now that we’ve started,” Robbie Kuykendall, GEAR UP Coordinator said. “The staff and students are getting used to seeing us.”
Lufkin ISD Surplus Auction now online!
READ TO WIN! Anderson Elementary had a "Read to Win" pep rally this morning as a kickoff event for an Accelerated Reader (AR) challenge for the nine weeks. The whole event was football themed and Lufkin High School cheerleaders, athletes and drill team members cheered...