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.
about 21 hours ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
3 days 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.
6 days 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.
6 days 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.
9 days 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.
10 days ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
11 days ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Unfortunately, we will have to modify Friday's meal. Tomorrow will be ham sandwiches, on a bun.
14 days ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
18 days 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.
20 days 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.
21 days 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.
24 days ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
25 days 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.
27 days 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.
28 days 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.
28 days 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
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Jenny Winter
Rhonda Bays
about 1 month 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.”
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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.
2 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
2 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Return date correction March 19. Thursday
2 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.
2 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."
3 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
3 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Basketball Game Friday @ May ISD @ 6 p.m.
3 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.
3 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
3 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
JVB B team @ Gordan @ 6 today 2-17-2020.
3 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Reminder that School gets out early Friday @ 1:00 (February 14, 2020).
4 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
School will be canceled for Wednesday 2-5-2020
4 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Basketball Playoff shirts can be ordered at: https://gogearonline.com/LHS-BBBPL20
4 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.
4 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
The Time has changed for the Games tonight @ Bluff Dale. Girls @ 5 and Boys @ 6.
4 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).
4 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Six Week Assemblies Canceled Due to illness and other activities tomorrow's assemblies will be rescheduled.
5 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Game time has changed for tonight (Friday, December 20, 2019). JVG @5 and VG @ 6.
5 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.
6 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.
6 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
JH Basketball game @ Rising Star A teams girls and boys starts at 5:00 and 6:00.
7 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Come out show your support for our last home game of the year.
7 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.
7 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.
7 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.
7 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.
7 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
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Evant JV volleyball game has been cancelled. Varsity Volleyball will be playing at 5 pm, Tuesday 10-14-2019
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Early release Friday @ 1:00
8 months 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
8 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Picture day has been rescheduled for Oct 4.
8 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Remember to follow the change in direction for traffic when dropping off students starting Monday morning. Thank you
9 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Parents, due to a delivery shortage, Monday's lunch has been changed to Mini Meatloafs.
9 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
Traffic pattern change scheduled for Monday September 9, 2019. See News for details.
9 months ago, Curt Haley
Rhonda Bays
Monday September 2, 2019 School Holiday No School
9 months 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
10 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Booster Club Meeting August 5, 2019 @ 5:30 in the Library
10 months ago, Rhonda Bays
Rhonda Bays
Early Release Wednesday @ 2:30 Thursday @ 2:30 Friday @ 1:00 Have a great summer!
almost 1 year ago, Rhonda Bays
Curt Haley
8th Grade High School Orientation is tonight at 5:30 PM
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley
Curt Haley
Lingleville Elementary Field Day is this Friday, May 24, 2019. The event will be held from 9:30 am until 2:30 pm on the Lingleville ISD campus. Students from Pre-K through 6th grade will be participating.
about 1 year ago, Curt Haley