Nacho Average Family Night at Brookhollow Elementary

Brookhollow Elementary held its first Nacho Average Family Night on Monday, Feb. 19.

Adriana Solis named Director of Bilingual/ESL Program

“I am blessed and honored to have the opportunity to continue serving our students, teachers and families in my new role,” Adriana Solis said.

UIL committee approves Lufkin ISD’s appeal to change football districts in 2024-26

The District Assignment Appeals Committee of the University Interscholastic League this morning approved Lufkin ISD’s request to move the Panthers varsity football team from District 7-5A (Division 1) to District 9-5A in the 2024-26 seasons.

Lufkin ISD offers 31 certifications  in Career and Technical Education

“I believe that my CTE classes have prepared me for my future career because I would like to get a job in the sports media industry,” Kate Amend junior at Lufkin High School said.

“No existence without coexistence” message from young Kenyan inventor to Lufkin Middle School students

“I looked him up on Facebook,” said Brandi Moreland, Lufkin Middle School Language/Arts teacher. “He friended me and after conversing back and forth, he came to Lufkin.”

Black History Month: Drawing on Past Experiences

“Resemblance,” Nevaeh Williams, fifth grader from Brandon Elementary, said when asked why she drew a picture of Claudette Colvin, the American pioneer of the 1950’s civil right movement.

Trout Primary students try new foods with the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP)

“It’s this type of program that can initiate healthy eating habits that can last a lifetime,”

Cup of Kindness: Brandon Elementary’s Kindness Club spreads kindness to Starbuck’s customers

If you need a quick pick-me-up this week, swing by Starbucks Coffee on Timberland Drive where your spirits will be lifted by inspirational stickers and cards crafted by Brandon Elementary students in the Kindness Club. 

Please fill out the Lufkin ISD ESSER Continuity of Services survey

Your feedback will be an invaluable resource to the district as we move forward with the planning process for continuity of services, and how we utilize ESSER funds.

We love our school counselors! National School Counseling Week Feb. 5 – 9

Lufkin ISD is fortunate to have 21 talented school counselors who work hard every day one-on-one with students, parents and staff. Thank you for all you do!

Coronavirus updates from LufkinISD.org — and helpful resources

Lufkin ISD will continue to post updates on the coronavirus situation at LufkinISD.org. If you have not done so already, we encourage you to visit LufkinISD.org, find the “SUBSCRIBE BY EMAIL” box and sign up for alerts as we post them.

Nacho Average Family Night at Brookhollow Elementary

Brookhollow Elementary held its first Nacho Average Family Night on Monday, Feb. 19.

Adriana Solis named Director of Bilingual/ESL Program

“I am blessed and honored to have the opportunity to continue serving our students, teachers and families in my new role,” Adriana Solis said.

UIL committee approves Lufkin ISD’s appeal to change football districts in 2024-26

The District Assignment Appeals Committee of the University Interscholastic League this morning approved Lufkin ISD’s request to move the Panthers varsity football team from District 7-5A (Division 1) to District 9-5A in the 2024-26 seasons.

Lufkin ISD offers 31 certifications  in Career and Technical Education

“I believe that my CTE classes have prepared me for my future career because I would like to get a job in the sports media industry,” Kate Amend junior at Lufkin High School said.

“No existence without coexistence” message from young Kenyan inventor to Lufkin Middle School students

“I looked him up on Facebook,” said Brandi Moreland, Lufkin Middle School Language/Arts teacher. “He friended me and after conversing back and forth, he came to Lufkin.”

Black History Month: Drawing on Past Experiences

“Resemblance,” Nevaeh Williams, fifth grader from Brandon Elementary, said when asked why she drew a picture of Claudette Colvin, the American pioneer of the 1950’s civil right movement.

Trout Primary students try new foods with the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP)

“It’s this type of program that can initiate healthy eating habits that can last a lifetime,”

Cup of Kindness: Brandon Elementary’s Kindness Club spreads kindness to Starbuck’s customers

If you need a quick pick-me-up this week, swing by Starbucks Coffee on Timberland Drive where your spirits will be lifted by inspirational stickers and cards crafted by Brandon Elementary students in the Kindness Club. 

Please fill out the Lufkin ISD ESSER Continuity of Services survey

Your feedback will be an invaluable resource to the district as we move forward with the planning process for continuity of services, and how we utilize ESSER funds.

We love our school counselors! National School Counseling Week Feb. 5 – 9

Lufkin ISD is fortunate to have 21 talented school counselors who work hard every day one-on-one with students, parents and staff. Thank you for all you do!