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2020-21 Online Student Registration for New or Returning Students Please log onto the Ascender parent portal at https://txeis14.esc11.net:8443/ParentPortal/login?distid=072909 The online...

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2020-21 Online Student Registration for New or Returning Students Please log onto the Ascender parent portal at https://txeis14.esc11.net:8443/ParentPortal/login?distid=072909 The online registration must be completed before August 12, 2020. This is the document that gives you instruction. https://5il.co/j46z

Rhonda Bays

3 days ago

Lingleville ISD's Back to School Plan is now posted on the website under the COVID-19 menu.

Curt Haley

5 days ago

There will be no practice this week July 27- July 31.

Rhonda Bays

13 days ago

Parents of high school students, Ranger College is hosting a dual credit parent informational Zoom meeting for Lingleville ISD parents and students on Wednesday, July 29th @ 7pm. If you are interested, please click on the link below and fill out the form. I will then email you the link to the Zoom meeting. It will be recorded in the event you cannot be there, but please fill out the form so I can get the necessary information from you. https://forms.gle/gabAi6CkmuZPd68Q9 Cheryl Hudson, LISD Counselor Padres de estudiantes de secundaria, Ranger College está organizando una reunión informativa de doble crédito para padres y estudiantes de Lingleville ISD el miércoles 29 de julio a las 7pm. Si está interesado, haga clic en el siguiente enlace y complete el formulario. Luego le enviaré un correo electrónico con el enlace a la reunión de Zoom. Se grabará en caso de que no pueda estar allí, pero complete el formulario para que pueda obtener la información necesaria de usted. https://forms.gle/gabAi6CkmuZPd68Q9 Cheryl Hudson, LISD Counselor

Cheryl Hudson

16 days ago

July 21, 2020 Dear Lingleville Families, We are certainly facing interesting and ever-changing times. Lingleville ISD is focusing our planning efforts around the guidance from Texas Education Agency (TEA), University Interscholastic League (UIL), as well as state and local officials. What we know without a doubt is that the parents and community of Lingleville are our biggest asset and partner as we move forward and prepare for the start of the coming school year. Your support and dedication to the safety of all of our students and staff will be an integral part of our plan. As you know, we just wrapped up our parent survey regarding the return of face to face or virtual learning. Thank you to all who have participated. The gathered information is highly useful as our Covid planning team is hard at work to make plans for back to school. If you have not yet done so, it is still available and open on the school website. The complete plan will be available to the public no later than one week prior to the start of school. Please watch the website for that release. The purpose of this letter is to inform our families of some of the decisions that have been made at this time. Please know that there are more decisions to be made and due to the fluid nature of this situation, there are sure to be changes. We will communicate with you as modifications occur. • School start date remains August 24, 2020. • We will be offering both Face-to-Face and Remote instruction. Students must remain in chosen method until the end of that grading period. Please note that remote instruction will be more rigorous and robust curriculum than Spring 2020; it will directly align with face to face instruction, expectation, and grading criteria. Face-to-Face Instruction Remote Instruction • All courses offered • Self-contained PreK-6th • Modified scheduling with daily instruction • All core courses offered – most electives offered (some require face-to-face components for selection) • Daily instruction and assignments • All extracurricular options available following UIL and TEA guidance • Extracurricular options may be limited. • Daily attendance o Students must be present 90% of a course to get credit • Daily attendance o Students must be present 90% of a course to get credit; attendance based on participation • Engage, complete, and turn in assignments daily • Engage, complete, and turn in assignments daily • Regular grading policies apply • Regular grading policies apply • Lunch and breakfast served • Lunch and breakfast available • Counseling and mental wellness support • Counseling and mental wellness support available • All classes Pre-K through 6th grade will be self-contained classrooms with one teacher assigned. • No backpacks allowed. • No lockers will be utilized. • Lunches brought from home are preferred to be in disposable containers. In the instance lunchboxes must be used, please disinfect those daily prior to sending to school. • Daily sanitizing and cleaning routines are being developed to ensure staff and student safety. • All students 3rd grade and up must use a face mask or face shield. All staff will as well. • All staff and students will use hand sanitizers and hand washing on a regularly scheduled basis. • Parents are requested to screen their children prior to allowing them to attend school. You as parents are our first and best line of defense since you know your children best and when they are not feeling well. • If they exhibit any of the listed criteria, do not send them to school. Have they recently begun experiencing any of the following in a way that is not normal for them? o Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 o Loss of taste or smell o Cough o Difficulty breathing o Shortness of breath o Headache or Chills o Sore throat o Shaking or exaggerated shivering o Significant muscle pain or ache o Diarrhea • Students will also have temperatures checked prior to loading buses or at morning student drop off. If symptoms present during the school day, students will immediately be isolated and sent home. Students must be symptom free for 72 hours before return. • Recess and Physical education classes will be offered at appropriate grade levels under specific requirements to enable outside interactions and/or social distancing. • Students will either eat in the classroom or in the cafeteria if social distancing is possible. • Visitors are restricted to those essential to school operations. • Transportation will continue to be available, but if your child has the option to be brought to school by parent, walk, carpool, or other means, that would be preferable. Social distancing on buses will be encouraged to the maximum extent possible. Buses will be thoroughly cleaned after each trip. Masks and /or face shields will be required of all students, all grades and all staff on buses. • Protocols will be in place to respond to confirmed Covid-19 cases with the goal of minimizing interruptions. Students that must stay home due to having Covid-19 or direct exposure will be able to switch to virtual learning. If after reading the information on Face-to-Face learning compared to remote learning you would like to change your child’s placement requested by the survey, please email dmcdougal@lingleville.us with your child’s name, grade, and new request so we can plan accordingly. As LISD receives additional guidance and requirements from the state, TEA and UIL we will begin finalizing our return to school plans. I encourage you to continue checking the school web site for additional information for further updates. There are many variables for us all to consider, but I want all of our families to rest assured LISD has a committed staff ready and eager to provide the best educational opportunity possible while maintaining a safe and healthy environment to all. Best Regards, Curtis Haley

Curt Haley

18 days ago

21 de julio de 2020 Estimadas familias de Lingleville: Ciertamente nos enfrentamos a tiempos interesantes y siempre cambiantes. El Distrito Escolar Independiente de Lingleville está enfocando nuestros esfuerzos de planificación en torno a la orientación de la Agencia de Educación de Texas (TEA), la Liga Interescolar Universitaria (UIL), así como de funcionarios estatales y locales. Lo que sabemos sin lugar a dudas es que los padres y la comunidad de Lingleville son nuestro mayor activo y socio a medida que avanzamos y nos preparamos para el comienzo del próximo año escolar. Su apoyo y dedicación a la seguridad de todos nuestros estudiantes y personal será una parte integral de nuestro plan. Como saben, acabamos de finalizar nuestra encuesta para padres sobre el regreso del aprendizaje presencial o virtual. Gracias a todos los que participaron. La información recopilada es muy útil ya que nuestro equipo de planificación de Covid está trabajando arduamente para hacer planes para el regreso a la escuela. Si aún no lo ha hecho, todavía está disponible y abierto en el sitio web de la escuela. El plan completo estará disponible al público a más tardar una semana antes del comienzo de la escuela. Mire el sitio web para ese lanzamiento. El propósito de esta carta es informar a nuestras familias sobre algunas de las decisiones que se han tomado en este momento. Tenga en cuenta que hay más decisiones que tomar y, debido a la naturaleza fluida de esta situación, seguramente habrá cambios. Nos comunicaremos con usted a medida que ocurran modificaciones. ● La fecha de inicio de clases es el 24 de agosto de 2020. ● Ofreceremos tanto la instrucción cara a cara como la remota. Los estudiantes deben permanecer en el método elegido hasta el final de ese período de calificación. Tenga en cuenta que la instrucción remota será un plan de estudios más riguroso y sólido que la primavera de 2020; se alineará directamente con la instrucción cara a cara, las expectativas y los criterios de calificación. 1 Instrucción cara a cara Instrucción remota ● Todos los cursos ofrecidos ● PreK-6th autónomo ● Programación modificada con instrucción diaria. ● Se ofrecen todos los cursos básicos: se ofrecen la mayoría de las asignaturas optativas (algunas requieren componentes presenciales para la selección) ● Instrucción diaria y tareas ● Todas las opciones extracurriculares disponibles siguiendo la guía de UIL y TEA ● Las opciones extracurriculares pueden ser limitadas. ● Asistencia diaria o Los estudiantes deben estar presentes el 90% de un curso para obtener crédito ● Asistencia diaria o Students must be present 90% of a course to get credit; attendance based on participation ● Involucrarse, completar y entregar tareas diariamente ● Involucrarse, completar y entregar tareas diariamente ● Aplican políticas de calificación regulares ● Aplican políticas de calificación regulares ● Almuerzo y desayuno servido ● Almuerzo y desayuno disponibles. ● Asesoramiento y apoyo para el bienestar mental. ● Asesoramiento y apoyo para el bienestar mental disponibles. ● All classes Pre-K through 6 th grade will be self-contained classrooms with one teacher assigned. ● No se permiten mochilas. ● No se utilizarán taquillas. ● Los almuerzos traídos de casa se prefieren en envases desechables. En el caso de que se utilicen loncheras, desinfecte diariamente antes de enviarlas a la escuela. ● Se están desarrollando rutinas diarias de desinfección y limpieza para garantizar la seguridad del personal y de los estudiantes. ● Todos los estudiantes de 3 ° grado en adelante deben usar una máscara facial o careta. Todo el personal también lo hará. ● Todo el personal y los estudiantes usarán desinfectantes para manos y lavado de manos regularmente. ● Se solicita a los padres que evalúen a sus hijos antes de permitirles asistir a la escuela. Ustedes como padres son nuestra primera y mejor línea de defensa, ya que conocen mejor a sus hijos y cuando no se sienten bien. ● Si exhiben alguno de los criterios enumerados, no los envíe a la escuela. ¿Han comenzado recientemente a experimentar algo de lo siguiente de una manera que no es normal para ellos? 2 o Sentirse febril o medir una temperatura mayor o igual a 100.0 o Pérdida de sabor u olfato. o Tos o Respiración dificultosa o Dificultad para respirar o Dolor de cabeza o escalofríos o Dolor de garganta o Sacudidas o temblores exagerados o Dolor o dolor muscular significativo. o Diarrea ● A los estudiantes también se les controlará la temperatura antes de cargar los autobuses o al regreso de los estudiantes por la mañana. Si los síntomas se presentan durante el día escolar, los estudiantes serán aislados de inmediato y enviados a casa. Los estudiantes deben estar libres de síntomas durante 72 horas antes de regresar. ● Se ofrecerán clases de recreo y educación física en los niveles de grado apropiados bajo requisitos específicos para permitir interacciones externas y / o distanciamiento social. ● Los estudiantes comerán en el aula o en la cafetería si es posible el distanciamiento social. ● Los visitantes están restringidos a aquellos esenciales para las operaciones escolares. ● El transporte continuará estando disponible, pero si su hijo tiene la opción de ser llevado a la escuela por los padres, caminar, compartir el viaje u otros medios, sería preferible. Se alentará el distanciamiento social en los autobuses en la mayor medida posible. Los autobuses serán limpiados a fondo después de cada viaje. Se requerirán máscaras y / o caretas para todos los estudiantes, todos los grados y todo el personal en los autobuses. ● Se establecerán protocolos para responder a los casos confirmados de Covid-19 con el objetivo de minimizar las interrupciones. Los estudiantes que deben quedarse en casa debido a tener Covid-19 o exposición directa podrán cambiar al aprendizaje virtual. Si después de leer la información sobre el aprendizaje cara a cara en comparación con el aprendizaje remoto desea cambiar la ubicación de su hijo solicitada por la encuesta, envíe un correo electrónico a dmcdougal@lingleville.us con el nombre, grado y nueva solicitud de su hijo para que podamos planificar en consecuencia. A medida que LISD reciba orientación y requisitos adicionales del estado, TEA y UIL, comenzaremos a finalizar nuestros planes de regreso a la escuela. Le animo a que continúe revisando el sitio web de la escuela para obtener información adicional para obtener más actualizaciones. Hay muchas variables para que todos consideremos, pero quiero que todas nuestras familias estén seguras de que LISD tiene un personal comprometido listo y ansioso por brindar la mejor oportunidad educativa posible mientras se mantiene un ambiente seguro y saludable para todos. Atentamente,

Curt Haley

18 days ago

Dear Parents and Guardians of Lingleville ISD, This has definitely been an interesting time for all of us as we learn to adjust to the "New Normal" created by COVID-19. I appreciate your patience as our planning team continues to work on the Lingleville ISD Back to School Plan for the 2020-21 school year. Our priority is to develop a plan that addresses both the health and safety of our students and staff and the educational needs of our students. LISD will focus our plan around the guidance from the Texas Education Agency, the Department of State Health Services, state and local officials, and the families of our students and staff. Our goal is to provide the LISD Back to School Plan to you next week. With that being said, the plan will be based on the guidelines at that time and modifications may occur if the guidelines change before the start of school. I want to thank you again for your patience and rest assured that we are committed to providing the best educational opportunities possible for our students in the safest environment possible. Thank you Curtis Haley

Curt Haley

23 days ago

LISD families and community, As a follow-up to my update, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has announced that remote learning will be allowed for the 2020-21 school year and have released guidance on the two remote options. At the bottom this letter I have included the definitions of each of those remote instruction options. For each of the remote instruction models, districts are required to submit to TEA an attestation checklist (Synchronous) or a detailed plan (Asynchronous). Neither the attestation checklist or the plan template have been released to us yet by TEA. I can assure you, however, that our team has been working on all the options we will be able to offer our LISD students. We all expect, at some point, that in-person, on-campus learning will be allowed; however, that guidance has just been released. Once on-campus instruction is able to occur, there will also be an option for a hybrid model which will be a blend of remote and on-campus instruction. There have also been a lot of questions regarding remote learning and the ability to participate in extra-curricular and UIL activities. That decision or guidance has not been provided to us yet either. Questions, comments or concerns? Please contact me on my office phone, 254-968-2596 or email, chaley@lingleville.us Remote Synchronous Instruction – Two-way, real-time/live, virtual instruction between teachers and students when students are not on campus. In this method, the required amount of instructional time is scheduled each day, and funding is generated when attendance is recorded daily at a locally selected snapshot time. Synchronous instruction is provided through a computer or other electronic device or over the phone. The instructional method must address the required curriculum, per TEC, §28.002. Other Examples: Live interactive classes with students & teachers participating real-time, teacher supported work time on video conference calls, scheduled and timed online tests. Remote Asynchronous Instruction – Instruction that does not require having the instructor and student engaged at the same time. In this method, students learn from instruction that is not necessarily being delivered in-person or in real time. This type of instruction may include various forms of digital and online learning, such as prerecorded video lessons or game-based learning tasks that students complete on their own, and pre-assigned work and formative assessments made available to students on paper. The instructional method must address the required curriculum, per TEC, §28.002. Other Examples: Self-paced online courses with intermittent teacher instruction, pre-assigned work with formative assessments on paper or in a Learning Management System, watching pre-recorded videos of instruction with guided support. More information can be found on the TEA website: www.tea.texas.gov/coronavirus. Curt Haley LISD Superintendent

Curt Haley

30 days ago
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Aug 13

Event: Board Meeting 8:00 PM

Aug 14

Event: JV, V- VB @ Hico 5:00 PM

Aug 18

Event: JV, V- VB @ Bryson 5:00 PM

Aug 21

Event: V-FB @ Gustine 6:00 PM

Aug 22

Event: V-VB @ Evant 5:00 PM

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Event: JV, V- VB @ Early 5:00 PM

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