Curt Haley
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.
3 days ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
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.
4 days ago, Curt Haley
Dee Cee McDougal
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**
5 days ago, Dee Cee McDougal
Curt Haley
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
7 days ago, Curt Haley
Curt 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.
13 days ago, Curt Haley
Ms. Bays
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.
18 days ago, Ms. Bays
Ms. Bays
Voting Information is posted on our website under news and documents.
20 days ago, Ms. Bays
Curt Haley
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
25 days ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Dear Parent/Guardian, In keeping with Lingleville I.S.D.’s practices to respond to COVID-19, we are notifying all student families that a student who was lab-confirmed to have COVID-19 was present on the high school campus on Tuesday, September 29, 2020. Due to privacy requirements, we will not be releasing the name of the individual or details that may identify him or her. We have completed a case investigation and LISD staff has notified all individuals who were in close contact. Those that were in close contact will remain off campus for 14 days to ensure that they do not have the virus and reduce the chance of spreading the virus. Operations at L.I.S.D. will continue as usual, and we will keep you apprised of further updates. Proper cleaning and disinfecting protocols have been in place and will continue to ensure the safety of all students and staff. While we do not have reason to believe that those who were not in close contact with the infected individual have reason to be concerned, we ask that you, as always, watch for symptoms of COVID-19. If any of these listed are experienced please stay home and follow protocols. Have you recently begun experiencing any of the following in a way that is not normal for you? • Temperature of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or higher or feeling feverish • Loss of taste or smell • Cough • Difficulty Breathing • Shortness of breath • Fatigue • Headache • Chills • Sore throat • Congestion or runny nose • Shaking or exaggerated shivering • Significant muscle pain or ache • Diarrhea • Nausea or vomiting
26 days ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Lingleville School is planning on having a Spook Parade for our students this year. We want our students to have this experience of fall and have the opportunity of a fun event. Due to the restrictions placed on schools due to COVID-19 we have to modify the procedures to meet those guidelines. More information will be shared as the details are finalized.
27 days ago, Curt Haley
Ms. Bays
1:00 pm Early Release Friday October 2, 2020.
28 days ago, Ms. Bays
Curt Haley
It is with great regret that Lingleville ISD in partnership with LISD Parent Teacher Organization would like to announce the cancellation of the 2020 Lingleville Halloween Carnival. Lingleville ISD Administration reviewed the latest information from the Governor’s office and Texas Education Agency, along with the Back to School Plan that was Board adopted. In addition we communicated with the County Judge, District Emergency Management Coordinator, and the County Health Official, Dr. Moore. After collecting all information and taking recommendations into consideration the decision was made to cancel the event held on the Lingleville ISD Campus. This decision was made with many considerations but ultimately it was the safety of our students, staff and community. The hosting of an activity such as the Halloween Carnival will create exposure to a large crowd that extends beyond our community. We are not willing to expose the families of the District to any threat that could deter us from our goal of safety and the continuation of face to face instruction and UIL competitions. The tradition of our Carnival will be resumed in October 2021. We are working with the senior class to have an auction for their projects in November. More details on this will be published later.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Lingleville ISD Parent/ Guardian; In an effort to promote a safe and healthy environment for students and staff, the District has been working to put in place new health and social distancing protocols in response to COVID-19. It is important for all parents to have a working knowledge of the infectious period of someone with COVID-19. People are infectious before they have symptoms, meaning they could be spreading the disease without even knowing it. Individuals with COVID-19 develop signs and symptoms usually about five days after they're infected, but it can be as delayed up to 14 days. They themselves are able to infect others two days before they get sick, and particularly on the day that they get sick. As long as they have signs and symptoms, they're still able to infect others for at least seven more days. Therefore, it is imperative that parents abide by the following regulations: ● Parents are to screen their child, daily prior to arriving on campus, for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 including: ○ Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit ○ Loss of taste or smell ○ Cough ○ Difficulty breathing ○ Shortness of breath ○ Fatigue ○ Headache ○ Chills ○ Sore throat ○ Congestion or runny nose ○ Shaking or exaggerated shivering ○ Significant muscle pain or ache ○ Diarrhea ○ Nausea or vomiting ● If your child demonstrates any of the above signs or symptoms, they must stay home, and you need to report to the campus nurse the signs or symptoms your child is exhibiting. In the event that your child has a fever, they must be kept home from school until they are fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication. Please do not give fever reducing medication and send your child to school. ● When a parent/guardian is called regarding an ill student at school, the parent/guardian must arrange for their student to be picked up in a timely manner. Please plan accordingly, and have a responsible adult who is willing and available to pick up your child. In the event you need to send someone that is not in your emergency contact list, make sure that you have communicated who the person is with the campus. ● Continuously make sure all contact and emergency contact phone numbers are updated. ● Please put your child’s campus phone number in your contacts on your phone. This will ensure calls from the campus are recognized. ● Students exhibiting signs or symptoms of illness will not, under any circumstance be allowed to walk home, or utilize a ride service. ● The District is asking that parents follow the recommendations set forth by the CDC, Texas State Department of Health Services, and Texas Education Agency’s and have your child wear a face coverings when in a public place, and when developmentally appropriate. If there is a medical condition that prohibits your child from wearing a face covering, please contact the school nurse. I have read, and understand what is being asked of me, and will do my part to help keep me, my family, and our community safe.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Padre / Guardian de Lingleville ISD; En un esfuerzo por promover un ambiente seguro y saludable para los estudiantes y el personal, el Distrito ha estado trabajando para implementar nuevos protocolos de distanciamiento social y de salud en respuesta al COVID-19. Es importante que todos los padres tengan un conocimiento práctico del período infeccioso de alguien con COVID-19. Las personas son infecciosas antes de tener síntomas, lo que significa que podrían estar propagando la enfermedad sin siquiera saberlo. Las personas con COVID-19 desarrollan signos y síntomas por lo general unos cinco días después de que se infectan, pero puede demorarse hasta 14 días. Ellos mismos pueden infectar a otros dos días antes de que se enfermen, y especialmente el día en que se enferman. Mientras tengan signos y síntomas, aún pueden infectar a otros durante al menos siete días más. Por lo tanto, es imperativo que los padres cumplan con las siguientes regulaciones: ● Los padres deben examinar a su hijo, diariamente antes de llegar al campus, para detectar cualquier signo o síntoma de COVID-19, que incluyen: ○ Sensación de fiebre o una temperatura medida mayor o igual a 100.0 grados Fahrenheit ○ Pérdida del gusto o el olfato ○ Tos ○ Respiración dificultosa ○ Dificultad para respirar ○ Fatiga ○ Dolor de cabeza ○ Resfriado ○ Dolor de garganta ○ Congestión o secreción nasal. ○ Temblores o escalofríos exagerados ○ Dolor o dolor muscular significativo ○ Diarrea ○ Náuseas o vómitos ● Si su hijo muestra alguno de los signos o síntomas anteriores, debe quedarse en casa y debe informar a la enfermera del campus sobre los signos o síntomas que presenta su hijo. En caso de que su hijo tenga fiebre, debe quedarse en casa y no ir a la escuela hasta que no tenga fiebre durante 24 horas sin el uso de medicamentos para reducir la fiebre. Por favor no le dé medicamentos para bajar la fiebre y envíe a su hijo a la escuela. ● Cuando se llama a un padre / tutor con respecto a un estudiante enfermo en la escuela, el padre / tutor debe hacer arreglos para que se recoja a su estudiante de manera oportuna. Por favor planifique en consecuencia y tenga un adulto responsable que esté dispuesto y disponible para recoger a su hijo. En caso de que necesite enviar a alguien que no esté en su lista de contactos de emergencia, asegúrese de haber comunicado quién es la persona con el campus. ● Asegúrese continuamente de que todos los números de teléfono de contacto y de contacto de emergencia estén actualizados. ● Por favor ponga el número de teléfono del campus de su hijo en los contactos de su teléfono. Esto asegurará que se reconozcan las llamadas del campus. ● Los estudiantes que presenten signos o síntomas de enfermedad no podrán, bajo ninguna circunstancia, caminar a casa o utilizar un servicio de transporte. ● El Distrito está pidiendo que los padres sigan las recomendaciones establecidas por los CDC, el Departamento de Servicios de Salud del Estado de Texas y la Agencia de Educación de Texas y que su hijo se cubra la cara cuando esté en un lugar público y cuando sea apropiado para el desarrollo. Si hay una condición médica que prohíbe que su hijo use una cubierta facial, comuníquese con la enfermera de la escuela. He leído y entiendo lo que se me pide, y haré mi parte para ayudar a mantenerme a mí, a mi familia y a nuestra comunidad a salvo.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Ms. Bays
The progress reports are now in parent portal.
about 1 month ago, Ms. Bays
Curt Haley
All Lingleville Cardinal Fans. Please help us adhere to the UIL protocols at all of our sporting events so our kids can keep playing the games that they love!
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Volleyball Ticket and Gate Procedure. Reduced Attendance Per UIL COVID Guidelines. In order to attend games you will have to have a color coded ticket prior to entering the building. These tickets will be distributed to the players to give to their parents. Tickets will be given to the players one to two days in advance before the games. The number of tickets that are available depends on the seating available in the respective Gym that the game will be played in. Tickets will be divided equally among the players who are on the team. If a family has tickets they are not going to use they may give them to someone else who wants to attend. All fans are to be wearing masks when not in their seats or within six feet of someone not living in your home. Home and visiting fans are being asked to mingle as little as possible. Please make sure you are wearing your mask when you are within 6 feet of someone not living in your home.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
We just wanted to remind everyone that there are new guidelines in place this year regarding attending athletic events. 1. All fans are to be wearing masks when not in their seats or within six feet of someone not living in your home. 2. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please do not attend the event. 3. Home and visiting fans are being asked to mingle as little as possible. Please make sure you are wearing your mask when you are within 6 feet of someone not living in your home. 4. When the games are over, we ask that you social distance and quickly exit the stadium/gym areas. You will not be allowed on the field/court. 5. The players are being instructed that at the conclusion of the game, they are to go straight to the locker rooms, change, and either leave if we are at home or get on the bus if we are traveling. We would also like to remind you that the UIL and TEA guidelines have been given to all school districts. Lingleville ISD cannot be responsible for how other schools choose to implement or if they choose not to implement them. Lingleville ISD has chosen to implement them to try and keep our students, staff, and community as safe and healthy as possible. We truly appreciate your cooperation as we try to do this.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Face Coverings- Executive Order GA-29 Executive Order GA-29, regarding face coverings, applies to all UIL activities effective July 3, 2020. This includes the 2020-2021 school year. As the public health situation changes, and/or if subsequent Executive Orders are issued by Governor Greg Abbott, these guidelines may be further modified. 1. For the purposes of this document, face coverings include non-medical grade disposable face masks, cloth face coverings (over the nose and mouth), or full-face shields to protect eyes, nose, and mouth. 2. All employees, parents, visitors and students ten years of age or older must wear face coverings or face shields upon entry to an area where UIL activities are being conducted and when not actively practicing or playing in the contest, unless an exception listed below applies. 3. The face coverings requirements do not apply to a school in a county that meets the requirements of paragraph 11 of Executive Order GA-29, unless the local school system chooses to implement these requirements locally. Even in these circumstances, the wearing of face coverings or face shields is strongly encouraged. Exceptions to the wearing of face coverings or face shields include:  Any person with a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering;  While a person is consuming food or drink;  While the person is in a swimming pool, lake, or similar body of water.  When a congregating group of persons maintains at least 6 feet of social distancing; or  Any other reason or circumstance indicated under Executive Order GA-29
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Spectators, Audiences, Fans and Media Schools may allow spectators to attend games, contests, or events within a maximum 50% capacity limitation, provided that appropriate spacing between spectators is maintained according to the protocol, and according to the following: 1. Spectators, audiences, fans and media are required to wear face coverings as described in Executive Order GA-29. 2. Sites are encouraged to utilize remote ticketing options to help manage capacity limitations within a maximum 50% occupancy. Paper tickets and programming should be minimized to help avoid transferable materials. 3. If possible, set reserved times for entry to avoid mass arrivals. 4. Groups should maintain at least six feet of distance from other groups at all times, including the process of admission and seating. A group is defined as no more than 10 people including the members of the household and those persons who traveled together to the facility. 5. Schools should not allow seating in consecutive rows, and should block off seating to maintain a minimum six feet of distance between groups. 6. Schools should provide hand sanitizing stations and/or hand washing stations at entrances and inside the facility. 7. Schools should limit access to working media providing coverage of the event to ensure protocols are followed. 8. Post-game interviews should be conducted while wearing face coverings and maintaining at least six feet of distance between the interviewer and individual being interviewed.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
ATHLETIC EVENT GUIDELINES General Operational Guidelines REQUIRED OF ALL SCHOOLS: TEA requires all school systems to develop a plan for mitigating COVID-19 spread in schools. UIL guidelines require schools to include UIL activities for the 2020-2021 school year as part of this plan and carefully plan for mitigating risk of spread as students and staff participate in them. Schools must post these plans on the homepage of the school website or other easily accessible area of the school website. These plans do not require UIL or TEA approval. Required Screening Required Screening before attending or participating in activities: 1. Before visitors are allowed access to areas where UIL activities are being conducted, school systems must screen all visitors to determine if they themselves have COVID-19 symptoms (as listed in this document) or are lab-confirmed with COVID-19, and if so, they must remain off campus and away from areas where UIL activities are being conducted until they meet the criteria for re-entry as noted below. Additionally, school systems must screen to determine if visitors have had close contact with an individual who is lab-confirmed with COVID-19, and if so they must remain off campus and away from areas where UIL activities are being conducted until the 14-day incubation period has passed. When practical, screening questions could be supplemented with temperature checks of adults.
about 1 month ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
NOTIFICATION OF CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE ON CAMPUS August 27, 2020 Dear Parent/Guardian, In keeping with Lingleville I.S.D.’s practices to respond to COVID-19, we are notifying all student families that a student who was lab-confirmed to have COVID-19 was present on the elementary campus on Monday, August 24, 2020. Due to privacy requirements, we will not be releasing the name of the individual or details that may identify him or her. After careful review, we have determined that the COVID-positive person did not come into close contact with students or staff as defined by TEA and DSHS. Operations at L.I.S.D. will continue as usual, and we will keep you apprised of further updates. Proper cleaning and disinfecting protocols have been in place and will continue to ensure the safety of all students and staff. While we do not have reason to believe that those who were not in close contact with the infected individual have reason to be concerned, we ask that you, as always, watch for symptoms of COVID-19. Have you recently begun experiencing any of the following in a way that is not normal for you? • Temperature of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or higher or feeling feverish • Loss of taste or smell • Cough • Difficulty Breathing • Shortness of breath • Fatigue • Headache • Chills • Sore throat • Congestion or runny nose • Shaking or exaggerated shivering • Significant muscle pain or ache • Diarrhea • Nausea or vomiting Sincerely, Curtis Haley
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
(continued) • If cell phones are brought to school for before/after school safety purposes they must be turned off and turned in during first period class to be stored safely until the end of the school day. Students may choose to not bring those items. • Please refer to pick-up and drop-off procedures for more details Thank you for your support and cooperation in all these areas! It is going to be a wonderful year for all LISD students and staff! 
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
• Lingleville ISD plans to utilize the school cafeteria as much as possible for student meals. NOTE: parents/visitors are not allowed to attend lunch until further notice. NO OUTSIDE food will be allowed on campus. If a child forgets or fails to bring lunch, it may be provided. • For Pre-K through 2nd grade, parents may determine if masks are developmentally appropriate. At this time, masks remain an option and are not mandated for students in grades Pre- K through 2. LISD will provide face shields to these grades, as developmentally appropriate, to be kept at school and disinfected regularly. • For 3rd through 12th grade students, masks or face coverings are required in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order GA-29 (TEA mandate). • Visitors or older siblings, not on the same campus, are not permitted to walk students inside the school building. • High school athletics bags will be placed in new gym and Junior High athletics bags will be placed in old gym in designated areas. No access to these bags will be allowed during the school day. • Students will need to bring water bottles from home. • Visitors and volunteers will be limited to essential personnel only until further notice. • Students must leave campus by bus or parent pick up immediately following school and may not remain to wait for siblings who are at athletic practices or games. ( Continued)
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
First Days of School Reminders • Hours: Start time: 8:00 a.m., End time: 3:45 p.m. • Doors will not open until 7:30 am. Do not drop your students off before that time. • Students and staff are required to self-screen before coming to school by asking the following questions (TEA mandate): Have you recently begun experiencing any of the following in a way that is not normal for you? • Temperature of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or higher or feeling feverish • Loss of taste or smell • Cough • Difficulty Breathing • Shortness of breath • Fatigue • Headache • Chills • Sore throat • Congestion or runny nose • Shaking or exaggerated shivering • Significant muscle pain or ache • Diarrhea • Nausea or vomiting • Students will also be screened, including temperature check, prior to loading busses as well as before entering the building. • Families are encouraged to drop students off or walk with their students to school to reduce possible virus exposure on buses. • Due to social distancing requirements, masks are required for all bus drivers and riders (regardless of age). • Students may bring their lunch. It is preferred they bring it in a disposable bag/container. If they must bring a lunch box, we request our families to please disinfect nightly before returning the following day. • Students will not utilize backpacks or lockers. (Continued)
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Pick up procedure Elementary and Jr High Enter the drive by the Church building and proceed around to the Elementary building. Stop by the corner of the awning at the back of the elementary building. There will be a sign for the pick-up point and a staff member to direct traffic during the first week of school. The elementary staff will bring your student(s) to your vehicle to load. Line up single file as we have in the past. After your student is loaded, proceed to the left of the buses to FM 219 to depart. High School Enter the HS parking area using the entry from CR 370 by the CTE building. Proceed down the drive until you reach the marked pick-up point. Line up single file on the road and pick-up your student. Please do not block traffic or sit in line for an extended period of time.
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Drop-off procedures Grades Pre-K to 8th. Student drop off begins at 7:30 am. Enter the drive by the Lingleville Baptist Church building and proceed around to the Elementary building. Turn left by the elementary and drive between the elementary and the maintenance buildings. Stop at the ramp between the elementary building and the cafeteria. There will be staff to direct traffic during the first week of school. Staff members will meet you at your vehicle and screen your student(s). Students will remain in the vehicle until health check is complete. After a successful screening, your students will exit your vehicle and proceed down the stairs/ramp, where they will enter the cafeteria building through the teacher workroom door (brown door on the right) to pick up breakfast and go to their classroom. Students who are not eating breakfast will proceed down the ramp and go their respective buildings and classrooms. High School Drop-off. Begins at 7:30 am. Enter the HS parking area using the entry from CR 370 by the CTE building. Proceed down the drive until you are stopped by staff members who will conduct the health screening. Once the students have left the vehicle, parents may exit by driving the designated route as directed by the on duty staff members. Staff members will meet you at your vehicle and screen your student(s). After a successful screening, your students will exit your vehicle and proceed to the front entrance of the High school where they will enter the building. They will be able to pick up breakfast at the concession stand and proceed to their classroom.
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
If you chose remote instruction for your child/children for the first six weeks they will not be allowed to participate in any UIL/extra curricular activity. The Board passed this decision Thursday (August 13, 2020). If you would like to change your child/children to face to face then you may change that by today (August 14, 2020). This is the last day to make this change. Please fill this survey out. This is due no later than Friday, August 14, 2020 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtRVTjAcK4jZU5DqJxrAYRAyc4QXtcBAq9ya329cOTXVipiQ/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1 Open enrollment cut off is this Friday August 14, 2020. Make sure you have enrolled each of your children. https://txeis14.esc11.net:8443/ParentPortal/login?distid=072909
2 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Open enrollment cut off is this Friday August 14, 2020. Make sure you have enrolled each of your children. https://txeis14.esc11.net:8443/ParentPortal/login?distid=072909
3 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
High School Entrances are closed for the next 2 weeks. Beginning today Both the north and the south entrances will be closed for paving. Please access the High school using the entrance to the Ag/ CATE building from CR 370. Thank you for your assistance and patience as we progress through the construction process.
3 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Please fill this survey out. This is due no later than Friday, August 14, 2020 Back to School Information Survey https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtRVTjAcK4jZU5DqJxrAYRAyc4QXtcBAq9ya329cOTXVipiQ/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
3 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
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
3 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Lingleville ISD's Back to School Plan is now posted on the website under the COVID-19 menu.
3 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
There will be no practice this week July 27- July 31.
3 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Cheryl Hudson
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
3 months ago, Cheryl Hudson
Curt Haley
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
3 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
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,
3 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
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
3 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
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
4 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
The Texas Education Agency has issued some guidelines for planning the opening of schools for the next school year. The planning team will begin analyzing this document and will participate in the training that TEA will will be offering to us this next week. As we prepare our plan over the next few weeks we will keep you informed of the new procedures we will implement. Thank you for your patience.
4 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Please fill out the Return to School Survey. This is due by July 17, 2020. The form is on the front page of our website. Por favor complete la Encuesta de Regreso a la Escuela. Esto debe presentarse antes del 17 de julio de 2020. El formulario se encuentra en la página principal de nuestro sitio web.
4 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Lingleville ISD The District has been working on plans for starting school for the 2020-2021 school year. Our currently adopted calendar has the first day of classes for students as August 24, 2020. This will not change. What may change are the options we have for meeting the mandated amounts of instruction. . We plan to add flex days in June to allow time to be made up should the District have to shut down for any reason during regularly scheduled class days, and the school day could be extended 15 minutes. We know that in school, face-to-face instruction works best for student learning, and that is the focus for our plans to start school. The Texas Education Agency has yet to release guidelines for how this should be implemented. What they have given us is the guidelines for remote options of instruction (at home virtual learning). These guidelines are much more stringent than those we, as a district, implemented this past spring during the closure. More details will follow on these choices. The District will post a survey (or questionnaire) to our website soon for you to fill out, which will provide us the input we needed as we move forward with our planning. Whether you choose in school instruction or remote instruction is your personal decision. If you are concerned for your child’s health or exposure to COVID-19 especially if they are immunocompromised, the option for remote instruction is available. LISD will work diligently to ensure that the remote instruction matches the face-to-face experience as closely as possible. For those that choose a regular school setting for your children, LISD will take all necessary precautions as outlined by TEA as well as those that are necessary to ensure that the health and safety of your student will be protected as much as possible, to keep them healthy and in school. Your child’s safety is our priority. We have plans in place to sanitize and keep the classrooms as clean as possible and will practice health and safety procedures throughout the buildings. We will share more information on this as we progress through the summer months.
4 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
June 30, 2020 Lingleville ISD with help from our wonderful support groups, Lingleville Baptist Church, Lingleville ISD PTO, and Lingleville Booster club will be providing school supplies for all students from Pre-K thru eighth grades. During the trying times, we have been going thru; with the school closure from COVID-19 and the economic impacts from the pandemic’s effects on jobs and incomes of our community these groups of individuals have dedicated the resources they have to help our student’s families as we prepare to start a new school year. This community spirit makes Lingleville a wonderful place to live and work in. Thank you, Curt Haley
4 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
As most of you have undoubtedly read or heard, Governor Abbott recently announced schools will be reopening for on-campus instruction for the 2020-21 school year; however, no specific guidance has been issued to districts regarding how that reopening will occur. For two weeks we have been told specific guidance regarding in-person, on-campus instruction would be released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Last week, and again yesterday, TEA Commissioner Mike Morath told us they are unable to give us any final guidance for in-person instruction but will do so as quickly as possible. TEA has released guidance on how districts will be expected to provide any remote instruction to students and that guidance can be found online at tea.texas.gov/coronavirus. Whatever school looks like in the fall, and right now we have no idea how it will be, our focus will continue to be on the health and safety of our LISD students, staff, families and community. As we have all discovered through this pandemic, it is an ever-changing and evolving situation and we will continue to monitor it. As we receive information and guidance from state and local officials, I will keep you all updated. We look forward to the day we can see all of our LISD students together again, whenever that may be.
4 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Lingleville ISD May 28 &29, 2020 Final Drop Off Times for Student Work and Electronics. Thursday May 28, 2020. The drop off bins will be placed in the usual locations for Elementary and High School. 9:30 – 12:00 morning and 4:00 to 7:00 evening. Friday May 29, 2020. The drop off bins will be in the same locations. Morning only, 9:30 to 12:00.
5 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
5 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Check out on our website for Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer. This is located under menu COVID-19 then under COVID-19 Support: Child Nutrition. Any questions contact the school.
5 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
REMINDER. Turn in your work today that is completed. The drop off boxes will be in the same locations at the same times. If you have completed all work for the year and you have school electronics ( laptops, hotspots, calculators, etc) there will be a box by the elementary drop boxes to place those in. Return textbooks to the teacher boxes. Thank you.
5 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Lingleville ISD 2020 GRADUATION PLAN The graduation ceremony for Lingleville ISD will be May 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm on the Cardinal football field. LISD will be using the following plan based on guidelines issued by Governor Abbott and the Texas Education Agency on May 5, 2020. • Each graduate will be allowed up to 8 immediate family members to attend the ceremony. Each graduate and their 8 guests will be assigned a designated time for entry onto the field. School personnel will escort the graduate and their guests to their assigned area on the field to ensure social distancing and prevent congregating. Each guest is requested to bring a lawn chair as seating will not be provided by the district. • Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance. District personnel will be at the entrance to screen everyone who enters the stadium by asking the questions provided on the TEA guidelines pertaining to the symptoms of COVID-19. • Graduates will stay with their family group until prompted to move to their designated seating. • School employees will be limited to the number needed to help logistically support the ceremony. Staff will be used to escort guests to their assigned areas. • LISD Superintendent, Curt Haley, will be handing out diplomas, scholarships, and awards to our graduates in one presentation package while wearing gloves and a mask. • The Valedictorian and Salutatorian addresses will be pre-recorded and played during the ceremony. • All guests will be encouraged to wear face coverings. • Extra security will be stationed on the field and in the parking area to enforce social distancing and limit congregating. • At the end of the ceremony, school personnel will escort the families one at a time to the exit to ensure social distancing and prevent congregating. • The specific plans for the graduation ceremony, including the arrival time for each graduate, will be communicated to the graduates prior to the ceremony. • The ceremony will not be live streamed due to lack of school Wi-Fi on the football field.
5 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Grading on school work since spring break. The work that you finished and submitted will count for 33% of the spring semester grade. The fourth and fifth six weeks grades prior to spring break will count for 67% of your grades this semester. No Pass no play is still in effect.. Your grades for this last six weeks (since spring break) will determine your eligibility to participate in sports when we come back to school in August. Let's finish this year strong and be prepared to return ready for a great year.
5 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
5 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Unfortunately, we will have to modify Friday's meal. Tomorrow will be ham sandwiches, on a bun.
5 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
2020-21 Registration para Pre Kinder y Kinder Del 4 al 15 de mayo del 2020 Si su hijo(a) va ha tener 4 o 5 años para el primero de septiembre del 2020. Favor de llamar a la escuela de Lingleville ISD al 254-968-2596 o enviar un email a tarmstromg@lingleville.us Necesitamos el nombre de su hijo(a) la fecha de nacimiento e-mail y domicilio para confirmar su residencia.
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Schedule for May 8, 2020 Pick up your personal items that were in the locker rooms. These will be in plastic bags labeled with your locker number or your name on the porch of the High School. Preferred method of returning work is electronically. Scan and email to your teacher. Submit your work using Google classroom or another preferred platform from your teacher. Take clear pictures of your work and email to your teacher. This helps reduce contact and possible transfer of pathogens. Email questions and answers are encouraged and provide a safe way for you to communicate with the teachers and staff. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing your student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. Lesson pick up begins at 9:30 am until 12:00 pm to coincide with lunch pick up. We will also have an evening pick up from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. If you are picking up meals for your students, use this time to drop off your students work and pick up your new assignments as directed below. Meal pick up remains at the same time and same place, 11:00am to 12:00pm. Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will be bins, marked by grade, placed by the rail in the bus lane next to elementary building. Drop your students work in the appropriate bin for their grade level. Then proceed to pick up the students next week’s work at the breezeway. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Grades 7 thru 12. Pick up your next week’s work just as last week. There will be bins labeled with your teacher’s name on the porch at the front of the High School. Place the completed work, in the bin with your teachers name on it. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Enter from the Church parking lot and drive to the elementary building and turn left, drop off your elementary students work and proceed in the bus lane to the elementary breezeway between the cafeteria and elementary buildings. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. To allow for social distancing, for the next few weeks, parents and students are not allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
2020-21 Pre K and New Kindergarten Registration May 4th-May 15th 2020 If your child will be 4 or 5 by September 1, 2020, then please call Lingleville ISD at 254-968-2596 or email tarmstrong@lingleville.us. We will need the name of your child, date of birth, email, and address to confirm residency.
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Jr High and High School Students. Your personal item from your athletic lockers are bagged with your name or locker number on the bag. These bags are out front of the high school with the bin. Try to pick that up today when you come by.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Schedule for May 1, 2020 ROAD CLOSED BETWEEN THE PLAYGROUND AND THE MAIN BUILDING. ENTRANCE FROM FM 219 TO THE HIGH SCHOOL HAS CHANGED. Preferred method of returning work is electronically. Scan and email to your teacher. Submit your work using Google classroom or another preferred platform from your teacher. Take clear pictures of your work and email to your teacher. This helps reduce contact and possible transfer of pathogens. Email questions and answers are encouraged and provide a safe way for you to communicate with the teachers and staff. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing your student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. Lesson pick up begins at 9:30 am until 12:00 pm to coincide with lunch pick up. We will also have an evening pick up from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. If you are picking up meals for your students, use this time to drop off your students work and pick up your new assignments as directed below. Meal pick up remains at the same time and same place, 11:00am to 12:00pm. Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will be bins, marked by grade, placed by the rail in the bus lane next to elementary building. Drop your students work in the appropriate bin for their grade level. Then proceed to pick up the students next week’s work at the breezeway. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Grades 7 thru 12. Pick up your next week’s work just as last week. There will be bins labeled with your teacher’s name on the porch at the front of the High School. Place the completed work, in the bin with your teachers name on it. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Pick up your personal items that were in the locker rooms. NEW Enter from the Church parking lot and drive to the elementary building and turn left, drop off your elementary students work and proceed in the bus lane to the elementary breezeway between the cafeteria and elementary buildings. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. To allow for social distancing, for the next few weeks, parents and students are not allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
On Friday all athlete students must turn in all school athletic warms up and uniforms. Please have it bagged with your name on it and drop off at high school. High school and Jr high athletics student need to pick up their belongings. They will be put out in front of the high school with locker number and/or name on bag.
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
I know with all the disruption that has been going on everyone has been very busy and out of their normal routine. We will still be having a yearbook this year, although it might look a little different than the yearbooks of the past. If you would still like to order a yearbook for your student you still can do that online or contact Mrs. Coan (tcoan@lingleville.us) for an order form. They will be available until the end of school. Student books are 25.00. Also if anyone would like to insert a business or a congratulations ad in the yearbook, we have several different ad sizes starting at 35.00 up to 100.00. Since our fundraiser was canceled because of the virus, any sales of the yearbook or ads would be greatly appreciated. Please let the Yearbook staff know if you have any questions. School number: 254-968-2596 Email: tcoan@lingleville.us
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
To receive credit and attendance for the courses during the school closure, students must complete and submit their assignments either online or on provided paper assignments. Grades reported for students during the 5th six-weeks grading period and the 6th six-weeks grading period we will be used for the earning of class credit. In the event a student falls to earn credit for the semester or school year, they will be provided an opportunity for credit recovery, or repeat the course next year. Semester and year-end grades will be updated and finalized after the last day of school.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Schedule for April 24, 2020 ROAD CLOSED BETWEEN THE PLAYGROUND AND THE MAIN BUILDING. ENTRANCE FROM FM 219 TO THE HIGH SCHOOL HAS CHANGED. Preferred method of returning work is electronically. Scan and email to your teacher. Submit your work using Google classroom or another preferred platform from your teacher. Take clear pictures of your work and email to your teacher. This helps reduce contact and possible transfer of pathogens. Email questions and answers are encouraged and provide a safe way for you to communicate with the teachers and staff. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing your student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. Lesson pick up begins at 9:30 am until 12:00 pm to coincide with lunch pick up. We will also have an evening pick up from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. If you are picking up meals for your students, use this time to drop off your students work and pick up your new assignments as directed below. Meal pick up remains at the same time and same place, 11:00am to 12:00pm. Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will be bins, marked by grade, placed on the sidewalk under the awning at the end of the elementary building. Drop your students work in the appropriate bin for their grade level. Then proceed to pick up the students next week’s work in front of the cafeteria building. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Grades 7 thru 12. Pick up your next week’s work just as last week. There will be bins labeled with your teacher’s name on the porch at the front of the High School. Place the completed work, in the bin with your teachers name on it. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. NEW Enter from the Church parking lot and drive to the elementary building and turn left, drop off your elementary students work and proceed in the bus lane to the front of the cafeteria building. Turn right inside of the cones, and stop in front of the breezeway between the cafeteria and the main building. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. To allow for social distancing, for the next few weeks, parents and students are not allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Jenny Winter
Tune in Tonight, Thursday, April 23 at 6:30pm for a 15-20 minute session on Dealing with Parental Stress During COVID-19. This special presentation is part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month and we hope it supports parents and caregivers with coping during such a challenging and stressful time. Go to STARRY's Facebook page to tune in.
6 months ago, Jenny Winter
Rhonda Bays
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
“Following on Governor Abbott’s Executive Order on schools issued this afternoon, it is important to note that while the Governor’s decision continues the closure of school buildings for in-person classroom attendance for the duration of the 2019-20 school year, it in no way ends at-home instructional support for Texas’s millions of students. “School districts across Texas have worked diligently to make the transition to virtual learning. Students must continue to receive daily academic support from their teachers and schools for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. “Thank you to our superintendents, principals, and teachers for their leadership in ensuring that academic progress continues during this unprecedented public health crisis. We fully support your efforts.”
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Lingleville ISD will be closed through the end of 2019-2020 school year in compliance with the Governors executive order. We will continue to provide instruction for our students just as we have been since the closure began. We will miss all the students and the end of year activities that we enjoy together. Seniors, there will be announcements for you as soon as plans can be made. We should have guidance soon from the Texas Education Agency on these activities.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Students, we are encouraging you to complete your assignments. Yes these are stressful times and so very different that anything we have had to do in the past, But you need to persevere and work hard to complete the assignments. This will help prepare you for completing this year and be ready to start strong when we get to resume regular classes. Do communicate with the school when you need more direction or help with the work. If there is something hindering you from being able to do your work, be it equipment or stress or difficult situations. Reach out to us and see if we can provide some assistance. Thank you.
6 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Don't forget to sign up for your meals next week. Hope everyone has a safe and Happy Easter. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSclNPTN6NfzAvEQoRDbgjRbl7uZ5z-i7YfF8coSdIeU8Br_hA/viewform
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Lingleville ISD Schedule for April 9, 2020 Returning student work. Preferred method of returning work is electronically. Scan and email to your teacher. Submit your work using Google classroom or another preferred platform from your teacher. Take clear pictures of your work and email to your teacher. This helps reduce contact and possible transfer of pathogens. Email questions and answers are encouraged and provide a safe way for you to communicate with the teachers and staff. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing your student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. Lesson pick up begins at 9:30 am until 12:00 pm to coincide with lunch pick up. We will also have an evening pick up from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. If you are picking up meals for your students, use this time to drop off your students work and pick up your new assignments as directed below. Meal pick up remains at the same time and same place, 11:00am to 12:00pm. Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will be bins, marked by grade, placed on the sidewalk under the awning at the end of the elementary building. Drop your students work in the appropriate bin for their grade level. Then proceed to pick up the students next week’s work just like last week. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Grades 7 thru 12. Pick up your next week’s work just as last week. There will be bins labeled with your teacher’s name on the porch at the front of the High School. Place the completed work in the bin with your teachers name on it. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. The pickup line will form in the same manner as student drop-off normally goes for the central building. Enter from the Church parking lot and drive behind the elementary building, drop your elementary students work, and proceed to the door on the south side, where students are normally dropped off. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. To allow for social distancing, for the next few weeks, parents and students are not allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside. This will continue until we can return to a normal school schedule.
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Returning student work. Preferred method of returning work is electronically. Scan and email to your teacher. Submit your work using Google classroom or another preferred platform from your teacher. Take clear pictures of your work and email to your teacher. This helps reduce contact and possible transfer of pathogens.
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Remember to fill out the form each week for meals. This is the link. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSclNPTN6NfzAvEQoRDbgjRbl7uZ5z-i7YfF8coSdIeU8Br_hA/viewform
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Lingleville ISD Schedule for April 3, 2020 To allow for social distancing, for the next few weeks, parents and students are not allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside. Email questions and answers are encouraged and provide a safe way for you to communicate with the teachers and staff. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing you student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. If you are picking up meals for your students, use this time to drop off your students work and pick up your new assignments as directed below. Meal pick up remains at the same time and same place, 11:00am to 12:00pm. Returning student work. Preferred method of returning work is electronically. Scan and email to your teacher. Submit your work using Google classroom or another preferred platform from your teacher. Take clear pictures of your work and email to your teacher. This helps reduce contact and possible transfer of pathogens. Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will be bins, marked by grade, placed on the sidewalk under the awning at the end of the elementary building. Drop your students work in the appropriate bin for their grade level. Then proceed to pick up the students next week’s work just like last week. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Grades 7 thru 12. Pick up your next week’s work just as last week. There will be bins labeled with your teacher’s name on the porch at the front of the High School. Place the completed work in the bin with your teachers name on it. Use the plastic wallet we used to send work to you to return the work. Lesson pick up begins at 9:30 am until 12:00 pm to coincide with lunch pick up. We will also have an evening pick up from 4 pm to 7 pm. The pickup line will form in the same manner as student drop-off normally goes for the central building. Enter from the Church parking lot and drive behind the elementary building around to the door on the south side, where students are normally dropped off. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. This will continue until we can return to a normal school schedule.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
WIFI Student's may access the school wifi from the parking areas outside the High School building. It works from the Central Building to the CATE Building. This was installed to give you an access point to the internet for your assignments. Stay in your vehicles. Social Distance
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Census Day Reminder to everyone on the importance of submitting the census. Every family needs to respond. This count makes sure that our part of the county is accurately represented. This ensures that our part of the county receives the necessary funding to maintain services
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
To comply with the Governor of Texas Executive Order-GA-14 Issued on March 31, 2020, Lingleville ISD will continue with the closure of normal campus activities until Monday May 4, 2020. The school will continue providing meals and instruction to students as we are currently. We appreciate your cooperation in this endeavor to control the COVID-19 disease and encourage you to support your students continued learning through this process.
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Remember to fill out the form each week for meals. This is the link. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSclNPTN6NfzAvEQoRDbgjRbl7uZ5z-i7YfF8coSdIeU8Br_hA/viewform
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Returning completed schoolwork. If you are sick or showing symptoms of any disease do not return any work to the school until you are well. Keep your textbooks and binders with you for your next assignments.
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Lingleville ISD Schedule for March 27, 2020 To allow for social distancing, for the next few weeks, parents and students are not allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside. Email questions and answers are encouraged and provide a safe way for you to communicate with the teachers and staff. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing you student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. If you are picking up meals for your students, we will have your students work ready at the same time so you only have to make one trip. Meal pick up remains at the same time, 11:00am to 12:00pm. If we are delivering your meals, we will deliver your students lessons at the same time. Returning student work. Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will be bins, marked by grade, placed on the sidewalk under the awning at the end of the elementary building. Drop your students work in the appropriate bin for their grade level. Then proceed to pick up the students next week’s work just like last week. Use the plastic wallet we use to send work to you to return the work. Grades 7 thru 12. Pick up your next week’s work just as last week. There will be bins labeled with your teacher’s name on the porch at the front of the High School. Place the completed work in the bin with your teachers name on it. Use the plastic wallet we use to send work to you to return the work. Lesson pick up begins, for those not doing the lunch, at 8:30 am until 10:30 am. We will also have an evening pick up from 4 pm to 7 pm. The pickup line will form in the same manner as student drop-off normally goes for the central building. Enter from the Church parking lot and drive behind the elementary building around to the door on the south side where students are normally dropped off. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. This will continue until we can return to a normal school schedule.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
There is a form on the web for Library Book Request. This form is under News and LISD Forms or Menu, Library then Library book request. Please fill this out if you would like to check out a book for you child. The book will go home on Friday.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
March 19, 2020 Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Lingleville ISD will extend the suspension of normal district operations through Friday, April 3rd in an effort to support our nation's need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Lingleville ISD Schedule for March 20, 2020 To allow for social distancing, for the next week parents and students will not be allowed into the buildings at LISD. If you need anything, call and schedule with us so we can meet you outside. As with the meals, the student lesson pickup will be grab and go with staff bringing you student’s materials to you while you stay in your vehicle. If you are picking up meals for your students, we will have your students work ready at the same time so you only have to make one trip. Meal pick up remains at the same time. If we are delivering your meals, we will deliver your students lessons at the same time. Lesson pick up begins for all others at 8:30 am until 10:30 am. We will also have an evening pick up from 4 pm to 7 pm. The pickup line will form in the same manner as student drop-off normally goes for the central building. Enter from the Church parking lot and drive behind the elementary building around to the door on the south side where students are normally dropped off. A staff member will greet you and retrieve your student’s lessons. All student work will be returned next Friday. More on this next week.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Please fill out the LISD Home Technology form online. This form is to find out what technology students have at home.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Out of an abundance of caution Lingleville ISD will close thru March 27, 2020. Students will be provided educational opportunities appropriate for their grade levels by their teachers beginning Friday March 20. Details to follow.
7 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
The meals that are available are also for any sibling that is 18 and under. Please make sure you list every child that would like a meal at your home. When picking up your meal the student has to be with you. If we deliver the meal the student must be present.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Please check our website for forms that need to be filled out. One is if you would like a meal Tuesday and Wednesday and the other is student and family travel info. This one is mandatory for each student.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Alerts de LISD: A este tiempo, se extienden las vacaciones de primavera hasta el 19 de marzo. Para mas información llame: (254) 434-1572/ (254) 968-2596
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Return date correction March 19. Thursday
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Extension of Spring Break At this time, due to concerns for the health and safety of our LISD family – students, staff, and community, Lingleville ISD will extend Spring Break until Wednesday March 18 to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19. Beginning Monday, March 16, no extracurricular or UIL activities will take place until further notice. We understand that this decision will directly impact students and staff and we thank you for your support. The extended break will allow the district time to assess the situation. As decisions are made beyond the coming days, information will be forthcoming. We will continue to work to keep updates posted to the district’s website as well as our normal tools of communication. As of now, LISD staff and students should plan to return Thursday, March 17 to resume school.
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Public Health Committee Meeting, March 10, 2020 Coronavirus This past Tuesday the Public Health Committee held a daylong hearing on the Covid-19 Coronavirus. Here are the main points of the discussion. 1) Covid-19 virus is a novel virus. "Novel" means this is the first time the virus has been seen in humans and, therefore, no human has any natural immunity to the virus. 2) Covid-19 is one of 7 viruses of the Corona family. Four of these viruses cause the common cold, one causes SARS, one causes MERS, and one causes Covid-19. 3) Covid-19 symptoms are fever, cough and shortness of breath. Symptoms most commonly appear about a week after exposure, but can appear in as few as 2 days or in as many as 14 days. 4) Covid-19 is spread mainly through person-to-person contact by respiratory droplets produced when a person coughs or sneezes. 5) Antibiotics don't work against a virus. There is not a vaccine against Covid-19 at this time although work is being done on one. 6) The best preventions against contacting Covid-19 are maintaining social distance (a distance of six feet between yourself and others who may be sick), washing your hands with soap and water frequently (washing time should be 20 seconds), frequently using hand sanitizer (use enough to rub thoroughly over entire hands) and cleaning surfaces with the usual household cleaning products. 7) If you cough or sneeze, cough or sneeze into your elbow or use a tissue and dispose of the tissue immediately after usage. Then clean your hands. 8) Symptomatic persons should wear a facial mask when around others to prevent spread of the disease. It is not helpful for healthy persons to wear a facial mask when around other healthy persons. 9) Covid-19 is not often infecting pediatric ages or young adults. It appears that the most severe cases are in the elderly and are especially impactful in the elderly with underlying chronic conditions or decreased immunity. 10) 80% of Covid-19 infections have very mild symptoms. 11) Treatment is supportive since there is no antiviral treatment available. However, Covid-19 is highly contagious. 12) The length of the illness appears to be proportional to the patient's underlying health status. The underlying message is "be prepared, but not panicked."
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Health COVID 19 LISD Faculty, Staff, and Parents, As many of you are aware, the recent Coronavirus emergence has many around the globe, nationally, and locally prompting closures of higher institutions, including Tarleton State University. Large crowd gatherings are also being cancelled or limited. Reviewing the statistics of this virus at the present time, we are not in a position to call for school closures. We do value the individual decisions that you as parents and staff have regarding the virus. Travel to the West Coast and outside of the country is a primary concern for the District. If you or anyone in your family have traveled in this manner, please contact me so I am aware of these excursions. We are currently communicating with county and health care officials to coordinate an appropriate response to this health care issue. I am also including a link to the Texas Education Agency's communication and resources regarding the virus. We are also conducting some additional sanitizing efforts with our custodial staff. https://tea.texas.gov/about-tea/news-and-multimedia/correspondence/taa-letters/tea-spring-break-guidance/update-novel Sincerely, Curt Haley Superintendent LISD
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Basketball Game Friday @ May ISD @ 6 p.m.
8 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
The Varsity boys basketball playoff game will be played at 7pm at Stephenville High School on Tuesday against Gordon.
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Track Meet changes Bryson Meet moved from Monday 2/24 to Wednesday 2/26. High school event starts at 12:30pm and Jr High starts at 3:30pm
8 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
JVB B team @ Gordan @ 6 today 2-17-2020.
8 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Reminder that School gets out early Friday @ 1:00 (February 14, 2020).
9 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
School will be canceled for Wednesday 2-5-2020
9 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Basketball Playoff shirts can be ordered at: https://gogearonline.com/LHS-BBBPL20
9 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
We are ordering hoodies. If you would like one please send money and order form by February 4, 2020.
9 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
The Time has changed for the Games tonight @ Bluff Dale. Girls @ 5 and Boys @ 6.
9 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Tonight JH basketball @ Home. B teams will play Three-Way @ 4 pm (girls) and 5 pm(boys). A teams will play Abiline Hawks @6 pm (girls) and 7 pm(boys).
9 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Six Week Assemblies Canceled Due to illness and other activities tomorrow's assemblies will be rescheduled.
10 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Game time has changed for tonight (Friday, December 20, 2019). JVG @5 and VG @ 6.
10 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Time change for VG & VB games tonight @ Sidney. Girls start at 6:30 and boys start at 7:30. Friday home games JVB @ 5:00, VG @ 6:00 and VB @ 7:00.
11 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
JV Girls and JV Boys will play at Zephyr tonight. Girls at 4:00 and boys at 5:00.
11 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
JH Basketball game @ Rising Star A teams girls and boys starts at 5:00 and 6:00.
12 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Come out show your support for our last home game of the year.
12 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Jeanie Faught
Students returning to school from illnesses must be fever-free for 24 hours without taking medicine to reduce temperatures; those who have been absent for vomiting and/or diarrhea must be free of diarrhea and/or vomiting for 24 hours without taking medicine to control those symptoms. These precautions prevent the spread of contagious diseases and assure that the student will be engaged in learning and school activities.
12 months ago, Jeanie Faught
Rhonda Bays
Thursday, November 7, 2019 (V) VB Play-Off @ 6:00 in Albany. Jueves, 7 de noviembre juego de voleibol alas 6:00pm en Albany.
12 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Lunch changes for the rest of the week. Wednesday will be tacos. Thursday will be pizza. Friday will be mini corn dogs. We will update if anything changes. Cambios de comidas para el resto de la semana. El miercoles sera dia de Tacos. El jueves sera dia de Pizza y el viernes sera dia de Mini Corn Dogs. Si hacemos mas cambios mandaremos informacion nueva.
12 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Thanksgiving lunch forms are due on October 31, 2019. The plates are $5.00. Thanksgiving meal will be on Thursday, November 7, 2019.
12 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Evant JV volleyball game has been cancelled. Varsity Volleyball will be playing at 5 pm, Tuesday 10-14-2019
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Evant JV volleyball game has been cancelled. Varsity Volleyball will be playing at 5 pm, Tuesday 10-14-2019
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Early release Friday @ 1:00
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Saturday Volleyball game in Hico. All parking for fans for the game will be in the back of the High School building. There is another event scheduled that will be using the front parking lot. Access to the game will be from the back of the building Thank's for following our team
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Picture day has been rescheduled for Oct 4.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Remember to follow the change in direction for traffic when dropping off students starting Monday morning. Thank you
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Parents, due to a delivery shortage, Monday's lunch has been changed to Mini Meatloafs.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Traffic pattern change scheduled for Monday September 9, 2019. See News for details.
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Monday September 2, 2019 School Holiday No School
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Athletic Cardinal Pride Picnic, Thursday, August 8th at 6:00 pm on the LISD Campus. All, students, parents & community, are welcome. ALL must RSVP to a coach or 254 967.3451 by Tuesday, August 6th at 12, noon. Burgers and hot dogs will be provided. Attendees are asked to bring a side or dessert. Hosted by the Lingleville Athletic Booster Club
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Booster Club Meeting August 5, 2019 @ 5:30 in the Library
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Early Release Wednesday @ 2:30 Thursday @ 2:30 Friday @ 1:00 Have a great summer!
over 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
8th Grade High School Orientation is tonight at 5:30 PM
over 1 year ago, Curt Haley