Community Message

Building Champions in Academics, Character, and Community

Panther Nation,

Everyone has done an amazing job with Phase 1 over the last 4 weeks, and I thank everyone for keeping the staff and students of LHISD as safe as possible.

I have met with the Health Services team, the Superintendent's Advisory Teacher committee, the Board, and based on their input, increased vaccinations, county data, and ISD data, I feel it is time to move from Phase 1 into Phase 2.

Phase 2 is as follows and will begin Monday, April 19th

Mask Protocol

  • All staff and students must self-check before coming to school or boarding a bus.
  • Teachers will continue to wear masks unless socially distanced. Masks will be on when in close proximity to students.
  • Data will determine if staff mask protocols will be lifted with staff.
  • In phase 2, masks are optional for students **(with exceptions)** Some teachers with health problems or compromised immunity might require masks in their classrooms. We expect full cooperation.
Quarantine Rules (this is a change)
  • Mandatory quarantines will apply to staff and students with home exposure. (14 days)
  • School exposure quarantines. The school will notify parents and staff of any exposure. Parents will be given the choice to quarantine their children. If choosing not to quarantine, the student that is exposed should be self-checked before leaving home. Exposed students who continue to attend in person, will be checked by the nurse at the beginning of each day. Any student with symptoms after exposure will be quarantined for 10 days or an alternative diagnosis by a physician.

Continued frequent hand washing, building cleaning, and all other COVID-19 protocols will remain in place.

Please note that at any time if the county returns to a COVID status of "Red" or we see a dramatic increase in COVID cases on campus or in a classroom, masks may be required again.

I would like to thank everyone for doing their part to keep LHISD safe.

-Steve Snell,


Calling Future Panthers

If you have an incoming Pre-K or Kindergarten student, join us for a virtual preview on Wednesday, May 6th. For more information about this event, go to the LHISD Early Childhood Education website:


Welcome future Panthers!! New student registration is now open.

Registration is online, click here for more information.

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Liberty Hill ISD Education Foundation


LHEF is offering individual Student Scholarships. Any 2021 graduating Liberty Hill High School Senior can apply! Scholarship Applications are DUE by APRIL 30

Scholarships will be awarded at the Senior Breakfast on May 25th at 9 am (Tentative date and time).

LHEF Scholarship Information HERE

"Walker Tough" Coach Jeff Walker Memorial Scholarship Information Here

Final Town Hall April 22nd

Have questions on the Bond? Be sure to tune in Thursday, April 22nd, to the Live Town Hall with Superintendent Snell and participate in the Live Q & A session.

CTE seeking Summer Internship Partners

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Community Partners - CTE Advisory Committee

The CTE Advisory Committee had a successful meeting at the high school. This group of CTE teachers, staff, local businesses, labor representatives, and parents serve as advocates for the CTE programs to the community. They provide feedback, review, and assess the programs to help in their improvements and success. We appreciate our community partners- Thank you!!


Chef Giles had a fun and productive day conducting a taste test at Santa Rita Elementary School on six different entrees involving different cooking methods last Friday.

Twenty students recorded their likes and dislikes on those items. Wanting to use student input on future menu choices, they also sought input on our current menu items.

We love that Child Nutrition Services is always looking for ways to add, teach or get feedback on the healthy meals they provide our Panther family. Thank you, Chef Giles and Santa Rita Elementary for participating in this worthwhile event!

National Assistant Principals Week

Last week was National Assistant Principals Week. We want to send a shout-out to the best APs a district could have! LHISD would not run smoothly without this team and the hard work they dedicate to our students, staff, and families. We are blessed you're part of our Panther family. Thank you! #lhchampions

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National Librarian Day

Thank you to our seven LHISD teacher librarians for inspiring students to achieve their dreams, every day! We are so lucky you're on our team! #lhchampions
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National Paraprofessional Day

We celebrated all our LHISD paraprofessionals. Thank you for making a difference for our students and staff through your support and teamwork. You provide invaluable services and are essential partners in student’s education. #lhchampions


LH FFA competed in the Spring Branch FFA virtual Speaking Contest. Shelby Lee placed 5th in the Agriculture Technology and Communications category, and Macy Tedder placed 4th in the Animal Science category!

Very proud of both these young ladies and advisors!

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LH Fishing Team

The LH Fishing Team competed in the Faith Angler Network Tourney. 1st place went to Bo Stubblefield & Colton Kloesel with five bass weighing in at 15.7lbs. WINNERS!!!! 8th place to Christian Hunter & Mason Hunter with five bass at 11.77lbs. Congratulations boys and boat captains!

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18+ Program

All of our students in the Liberty Hill Independent School District ACCESS 18+ Program have an internship at Sweet Heat Jam. This article features 2 of our students exiting the program this year. Walker and Gabe will continue to work at Sweet Heat Jam after leaving school services. LHISD will be forever grateful to Nolan the Jam Man, Ms. Christine, and Coach Randy for dedicating their lives to give purpose and meaning to people of all abilities

You’ve heard about the bond in May. Take some time to watch this video to become more familiar with what the bond covers and how it addresses the growth of LHISD over the next 5 years.

Let’s continue our standard of excellence building champions.

Liberty Hill ISD Bond 2021 Video
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After a few tough losses, our varsity softball team got back in the win column with a 7-0 win over Rouse! Great job ladies! Our JV moved 12-0 in district play with a 16-5 win!

Softball has now completed their season for this year, way to go girls!


Senior Night and Panthers came up with a win on a close one. Defeating Glenn 5-4. Great job LH and our senior leadership who continue to be great role models on and off the field-oh the places you'll go!! Good Luck and know you'll always be part of the Panther Family!

Panther Baseball is currently tied for third place in the district!

Next Game

Apr 16, at 7:00 PM VS Cedar Park

Apr 20, at 7:00 PM @ Marble Falls

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Stay tuned for the Varsity District Meet that will be held at Georgetown on 4/14 and 4/15!

Track & Field

Track competed in the District Track Meet at Eastview and had several athletes advance to the Area Meet. Way to go Panther athletes and coaches! Good Luck in Area!!

The Area Meet will be held at East View on April 14.

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Alumni Spotlight

Liberty Hill High School Alumni and Oregon's Sedona Prince shared a video comparing the women’s and men's weight rooms at their respective NCAA tournament bubbles. Way to go make a difference Sedona, we are Panther Proud! Check out the full story HERE!
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Steven Snell

Superintendent of Liberty Hill ISD

Liberty Hill ISD. Building Champions in Academics, Character, and Community