No School Monday October 26, 2020.
Spook Parade. October 30, 2020. We plan on filming all the student participants and sharing the video on our website for the parents to enjoy. If you object to having your child, as part of the class group, participating in the video please contact the office. The students will participate by class only, not a school wide activity, with each grade level parading through the gym individually for judging and videoing. This way we can have an event for them and stay within the recommended safety measures. Thank you for sharing this fun event with the school.
Make sure the reusable water bottles are brought to school are made of materials that will not break.. Do not bring glass water bottles to school.
Red Ribbon Week October 26th-30th Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Monday, October 26th No School Tuesday, October 27th “Don’t Sweat It, I’m Drug Free” - Wear Sweats Wednesday, October 28th “Too Bright for Drugs”- Wear Bright Colors and Sunglasses -Fire Truck Visit from Lingleville Volunteer Fire Department Thursday, October 29th “Team Up Against Drugs” -Wear Your Favorite Team Jersey/Shirt -Red Ribbon Week Activity Friday, October 30th “Say BOO to Drugs”- Wear your Halloween Costume -Early Release @ 1:00 **Costumes must be school appropriate and not include inappropriate images or any weapons**
Dee Cee McDougal
October 19, 2020 Staff, parents and students of Lingleville ISD During the most recent required testing for our water system concerning lead content in the water system LISD had one sample location that tested too high. This location was a water fountain in the central building. This was the one test location that exceeded the maximum allowable lead content out of five test locations. The lack of use of the water fountains since spring break was a contributing factor in this happening. Having the water fountains closed due to the COVID-19 restrictions means that your students have not been exposed to the water from this drinking fountain. Tests will be repeated after we flush the water from the lines through the drinking fountains. This will remove any issues that have been caused by inactivity. Thank you., Curtis Haley
Spook Parade will be October 30, 2020. The early out for October 23 has been moved to October 30. The spook parade will be the culminating event of Red Ribbon week. With the safety protocols we have implemented for COVID- 19 it will be different this year. It will be class specific to keep from having a large crowd. The parade will be recorded and will be shared with the parents. We will publish more details soon.
Report Cards are in the parent portal for grades 1-12th. PK & KG will be sent out as soon as possible. Las boletas de calificaciones están en el portal para padres para los grados 1-12. PK & KG se enviarán lo antes posible.
Voting Information is posted on our website under news and documents.
Subject: Remote Learning Offerings Dear Parents and Students, Effective Monday, October 5, 2020, remote learning opportunities are only available to those who have chosen long term (for the six weeks) remote learning, or for those who have been placed in remote learning by the district for quarantine purposes or other health related reasons. Remote learning is no longer an option for day to day choice for our face to face learners. Teachers will be provided with a list of those students who require remote learning. All other students must attend face to face classes daily as required by Texas Education Code 25.085, TEC 25.092, and TEC 25.094. Thank you for your attention to this matter. We look forward to continuing to serve your student’s educational needs. Thank you, Curtis Haley, Superintendent DeeCee McDougal, Principal
Event: JH - FB @ Baird 6:00 PM