School Matters

April 2022

Welcome to School Matters, your official source for award-winning news coverage from the Lake Travis Independent School District Office of Communications & Community Relations. Questions or concerns regarding any of the content in this publication should be addressed to info@ltisdschools.org.

LTISD 2021-2022 Campus Teachers of the Year announced

Lake Travis ISD announced the 2021-2022 Campus Teachers of the Year with surprise visits April 19 and 21. LTISD Superintendent Paul Norton, along with district senior staff and campus principals, delivered the good news to each Teacher of the Year in front of their peers during the school day. Lake Travis ISD is proud to honor these outstanding educators:


Lake Travis High School - Lindsay Brooks

Bee Cave Middle School - Loren Smith

Hudson Bend Middle School - Danielle McCloskey

Lake Travis Middle School - David Taylor

Bee Cave Elementary - Robin Hogan

Lake Pointe Elementary School - Dominic Morace

Lake Travis Elementary School - Debbie Dolmanet

Lakeway Elementary School - Catherine Ruff

Rough Hollow Elementary - Judy Williams

Serene Hills Elementary School - Laura Browning

West Cypress Hills Elementary - Christy Mirizzi


The LTISD administration extends a special thank you to the Lake Travis Education Foundation and sponsors the Hill Country Galleria and Sing Orthodontics for coordinating special tokens of appreciation for our 2021-2022 campus Teachers of the Year. Each honoree received a custom Yeti tumbler and gift cards to shops at the Hill Country Galleria.

Early voting underway in Lake Travis school board election

In Texas, local school board members are elected by the registered voters within specific school district boundaries. The Lake Travis Independent School District is one of approximately 1,040 public school systems in Texas and its board members are elected at-large. This means each board member—or trustee—represents the entire school district rather than single-member positions that represent a sub-portion of the district. Each trustee is elected to serve without compensation for overlapping terms of three years each.


Current terms for Place 3, Place 4 and Place 5 on the Lake Travis ISD Board of Trustees will expire in May 2022. Voting dates and local polling centers are listed below:


Early Voting: Monday, April 25 - Tuesday, May 3

Monday through Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, noon to 6:00 p.m.


Election Day: Saturday, May 7

All locations are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

For more information regarding all local elections, including a full list of polling places, visit the Travis County Elections Office website.

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Student Intent to Return Form for 2022-2023 school year: parent action requested

As district and campus administrators begin preparing for the 2022-2023 school year, parents of currently enrolled students are asked to submit their child's intent to return to Lake Travis ISD. This information will assist the district with staffing and programming decisions for the upcoming school year.


Please complete the Google form linked below to let us know if your child will be returning to LTISD for the 2022-2023 school year (complete one form per student):

Please note: The Google Form is for planning purposes only. Parents of returning students for the 2022-2023 school year will be asked to complete a Returning Student packet via Skyward Family Access later this summer.
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Lake Travis High School men's soccer team wins 6A state championship

Lake Travis High School Men's Soccer defeated Plano High School 1-0 (4-3 PKs) April 16 in Georgetown to earn the UIL 6A state championship. Relive the excitement as the Cavaliers clinch the school's first state title courtesy of Austin's ABC-TV affiliate, KVUE.
Full Highlights: Lake Travis boys soccer beats Plano for 6A state title | KVUE

LTHS sophomore named state championship MVP

In addition, Lake Travis High School sophomore Adam Shantz was named the UIL Boys Conference 6A State Championship Match MVP. Shantz had two saves plus two stops in the penalty shootout, including the game-winning play.

Photo courtesy of Texas UIL.
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New principals for 2022-2023 school year announced

Lake Travis Elementary School

Lizeth Thompson will serve as principal of Lake Travis Elementary School, effective July 1, 2022.


Ms. Thompson has served as LTE’s assistant principal since joining LTISD in 2017. Overall, she possesses nearly 20 years of experience as an elementary-level teacher and administrator with an emphasis on bilingual/dual language education.

Hudson Bend Middle School

Laura Keogh as principal of Hudson Bend Middle School, effective July 1, 2022.


Ms. Keogh brings 10 years of experience to her new role which includes serving as a teacher and coach on the Buccaneer faculty from 2014-2019. For the past three years, she has served as an assistant principal at Bee Cave Middle School.

Rough Hollow Elementary School

Vanessa Randels will serve as principal of Rough Hollow Elementary School, effective July 1, 2022.

Ms. Randels has served as RHE’s assistant principal since joining LTISD in 2020. Overall, she possesses nearly 18 years of experience as a teacher and administrator in Arizona and Texas. Ms. Randels’ background and experience at RHE will help provide a smooth transition as we end the current school year and prepare for 2022-2023.

Lake Travis Middle School

Rebecca Hudson has been selected as principal of Lake Travis Middle School, effective July 1, 2022.


Ms. Hudson brings more than 20 years of experience as a teacher, coach, and administrator in K-12 and higher education, and she is no stranger to LTISD. Between 2004-2010, Ms. Hudson taught Geography and World History and also served as an assistant coach in tennis at Lake Travis High School. Presently, she serves as Academic Dean at Johnson High School in Hays CISD.

LTHS Tennis student-athletes compete at state tourney

Lake Travis High School student-athletes Adrianna Peradoza and Kael Peterson earned 2nd Place in the tennis regional tournament qualifying them for state in mixed doubles. Additionally, Jacqueline Creel and Valeriya Alexeykina won 3rd Place at the tournament, qualifying them as state alternates.


Peradoza and Peterson competed in the mixed doubles quarterfinals April 26 at the Northside ISD Tennis Center in San Antonio.


LTHS Tennis is coached by Carol Creel, Whitney Johnson, and Nick Dovzak.

LTHS Golf student-athletes earn trip to state

The Lake Travis High School Girls Golf team finished in third place at regionals April 20-21 in McAllen, qualifying for state. The team consists of Kate Pickrell, Emma von Hoffman, Elle Seung, Audrey McIntyre, and Gabby Roth. The state girls golf state tournament will be held May 16-17 at Legacy Hills Golf Course in Georgetown.


Additionally, LTHS senior Brian Comegys qualified for state as an individual medalist. Brian shot 70-76 over the two day regional tournament to finish as the second medalist and third overall. The boys state tournament will be held May 9-10 at Legacy Hills Golf Course in Georgetown.


Girls golf is coached by Paige Lemon, and boys golf is coached by Dustin Payne.

Lake Travis FFA dairy evaluation team advances to state

After earning second place at the Area competition on April 13, the Lake Travis High School FFA dairy cattle evaluation team has qualified for state. Students will compete in the Career Development Event on April 28 at Tarleton State University in Stephenville.


LTHS FFA advisors are Kelly White and Perry White.

LTHS students earn national medals at Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

The Lake Travis High School art department is pleased to announce that seniors Madison Jensen and Chloe Storm have been recognized as National Medalists under the 2022 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.


Madison received a Silver Key for her artwork titled “Promise,” and Chloe earned a Silver Key Portfolio for her collection, “A Twin’s Promise.”


According to the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, these students have been identified by panels of creative professionals as the most talented young artists and writers in the nation. This year, almost 230,000 works of art and writing were submitted and only the top 1% will be recognized at the national level. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have become the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S., and the nation’s largest source of scholarships for creative young artists and writers.


Lake Travis High School art teachers are Amber Forgey, Bohye Na, and Diane Wrinkle.

Lake Travis DECA earns recognition at International Career Development Conference

Eleven students from Lake Travis High School earned top honors at DECA’s annual International Career Development Conference (ICDC) April 23-26 in Atlanta.


Students receiving recognition at the international level were:


  • Robert Paine - Virtual Business Retail/ 1st Place Finalist
  • Zaid Ahmed & Nausheen Hossain - Virtual Business Hotel Management/Top 10 Finalist
  • Meghana Singireddy & Ayesha Haider - Virtual Business Sports/Top 10 Finalist
  • Hanna Ngo & Hanny Ngo - Virtual Business Fashion/Top 10 Finalist
  • Adithi Rao & Shalini Parepally - Project Management Career Development/Top 20 Finalist
  • Andrew Yun - Food Marketing Series/Top 20 Finalist
  • Jason Li - Sports & Entertainment Marketing Series/Top 20 Finalist


During the school year, approximately 100,000 of DECA’s 160,000 high school student members take part in the organization’s competitive events program, allowing them to compete for local, regional, and state titles. The competitions are designed to simulate real-life business scenarios and test students’ academic understanding and skills development. The top state winners put their talents to the test during the program’s final round of competition in Atlanta. DECA's ICDC was the pinnacle of competition where nearly 18,000 students vied for international honors. Over $300,000 in scholarships and awards were presented to students and teachers for their achievements. Lake Travis had seven students among the top performers in Atlanta.


Additionally, six students attended DECA’s Emerging Leader’s Series Thrive Academy: Roshan Ahmed, Eva Berry, Jacob Ittycheria, Henry Kelbaugh, Aman Reddy, and Sunagsha Suresh. These students learned to thrive with other high-performing chapters and continue to develop their toolbox of collaboration, communications, critical thinking and creativity skills. Furthermore, Allen Vargheese attended the Elevate Academy which helps students develop the skills needed to become the ultimate DECA chapter leader.


This year’s international conference featured nearly 18,000 members and advisors in attendance. In addition to career-based competition, DECA members engaged in leadership academies and networking opportunities with over 70 internationally recognized businesses and universities.


Additionally, Lake Travis High School’s DECA Mart has been recognized as a Gold re-certified school-based enterprise and one LT DECA member, Ava Stickler, competed among other school’s food operations. School-based enterprises (SBE) are managed and operated by students as hands-on learning laboratories that integrate national curriculum standards in marketing, finance, hospitality or management.


LTHS DECA students, together with program advisors Jill Oates and Tracey Griffith, will be recognized at the Lake Travis ISD school board meeting on May 18.

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LTHS students qualify for SkillsUSA national conference

Lake Travis High School formed a local chapter of SkillsUSA earlier this year, and already, students are headed to national competition.


SkillsUSA is an extension of the Career and Technical Education program where students compete in various events in their career pathways. Students earn recognition on district, state, national and international levels. In February, 20 students competed in the first District 10 competition in Waco, and each advanced to the state meet held March 31-April 2 in Corpus Christi. The results are as follows:


Gold - 1st Place (advanced to national competition)

• Entrepreneurship: Coburn Presley, Aanchal Narayan, Alexander Sica, and Andy Villeda


Silver - 2nd Place

• Career Promo Demonstration: Ava Ammerman, Caitlin Chlebos, and Andy Villeda

• Community Service: Hannah Davis, Ashley Girard, and Norah Johnson

• Drone Competition: Evan Olson and Coburn Presley

• Quiz Bowl: Ava Ammerman, Caitlin Chlebos, Huy Nguyen, Annabella Smith, Maeson Wilcox, and Andrew Yun


Bronze - 3rd Place

• Prepared Speech: Zara Sellick


Students who earned first place at state competition have qualified to participate in the SkillsUSA 2022 National Leadership & Skills Conference to be held June 20-24 in Atlanta. Lake Travis SkillsUSA program advisors are Terri Jacobs and Cathryn Merrill.

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Registration for Summer 2022 Enrichment Camps is open

Online registration in the LTISD Community Programs Summer 2022 Enrichment Camps is now open. Students in grades PreK-12 may choose from art, STEM, sports, and other exciting offerings.


View our catalog and register at https://www.ltisdschools.org/Page/4537t

April is National Occupational Therapy Month

Occupational Therapists (OTs) are licensed professionals who help improve the quality of life for individuals of all ages and stages. With the theme “Empowering Everyday Living,” Lake Travis ISD joins the American Occupational Therapy Association - AOTA to celebrate April 2022 as National Occupational Therapy Month in recognition of the critical role OTs play in both school and clinical settings.


School-based OTs support academic achievement and social participation by promoting occupation within school routines including recess, classroom, and cafeteria time. They utilize strategies for the health and wellbeing of students and prepare them for college, career, and community integration.


The following Occupational Therapists serve students across our district:


  • Quina Brown
  • Jessica Leung
  • Tracy McCracken
  • Ashley Mong
  • Jenna Olney
  • Johann Salas
National Occupational Therapy Month 2022
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April 4-8, 2022 is National Assistant Principals Week

From car duty and traffic control, administrator on call for evening and weekend athletic events, to academic support and student discipline issues, assistant principals make significant contributions throughout the school environment. In honor and recognition of these hard-working professionals and the critical duties they perform, Lake Travis ISD joins the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the National Association of Elementary School Principals, and the American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA) to celebrate April 4-8, 2022 as National Assistant Principals Week.


"Our recognition takes on even greater significance as we highlight and celebrate all that assistant principals have conquered amid the pandemic and consider what their ever-expanding and evolving role might look like moving forward," said Paul Norton, Superintendent of Schools. "Through it all, our APs have demonstrated unwavering leadership and resolve."

The following men and women serve students across our district as assistant principals:


  • Bee Cave Elementary School - Ashley Nauta
  • Lake Pointe Elementary School - Karen Reich (interim)
  • Lake Travis Elementary School - Lizeth Thompson
  • Lakeway Elementary School - Amy Sharp, Ed.D.
  • Rough Hollow Elementary School - Vanessa Randels
  • Serene Hills Elementary School - ShaCrista Rideaux-Glasper
  • West Cypress Hills Elementary School - Leanna Pesta, Ed.D.
  • Bee Cave Middle School - Mak El Hassan, Tres Ellis, and Laura Keogh
  • Hudson Bend Middle School - Matt Holley and Julianne Jenkerson
  • Lake Travis Middle School - Cristina Rizzoli and Keitha St. Clair
  • Lake Travis High School - Roy Hudson (associate principal), Sheri Remore (associate principal), Sebastian Espinoza, Darnell Horton, Ed.D., Angela Hrapchak, Tanda Paske, Brianne Walker, and Mason Whitfield
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April 3-9, 2022 is National Library Week


With the theme “Connect With Your Library,” Lake Travis ISD joins the American Library Association to celebrate April 3-9, 2022 as National Library Week in recognition of our school librarians and their unique contributions to public education.

"During the pandemic, our school library media specialists continue to excel, and perhaps more importantly, to adapt resources and services to best meet our students’ needs during these challenging times," said Paul Norton, Superintendent of Schools. "Our libraries offer endless opportunities to transform student lives through education and lifelong learning."


A total of 11 elementary and secondary school library media specialists, and one librarian aide, provide services to more than 11,300 students across our district:


  • Bee Cave Elementary School - Ouita Bingham
  • Lake Pointe Elementary School - Deborah Foster
  • Lakeway Elementary School - Brekka Larrew
  • Lake Travis Elementary School - Nicholle Halprin
  • Rough Hollow Elementary School - Michelle McMillin
  • Serene Hills Elementary School - Krish Stella
  • West Cypress Hills Elementary School - Cathy Seidenberger
  • Bee Cave Middle School - Andrea Heckler
  • Hudson Bend Middle School - Caitlin Hooker
  • Lake Travis Middle School - Lori Kelley
  • Lake Travis High School - Elizabeth Stearns
  • Lake Travis High School - Rosalie Galliver


"Our librarians actively and creatively engage students in developing the most fundamental of skills, collaboratively plan with teachers and other school staff to deliver quality instruction through cutting-edge technology, and work with parents to plan, design, and coordinate book fairs and other special campus events," continued Mr. Norton. "Whether it’s by creating an interest in reading or by helping students connect to the Internet, our LTISD library media specialists have a direct impact on student learning and achievement."

National Library Week 2022

LTHS Class of 2022 commencement ceremony is May 27

Lake Travis High School will hold its commencement ceremony for the Class of 2022 at 7:00 p.m., Friday, May 27 at Cavalier Stadium.


Attendance will be limited to graduates and family members. A livestream of the event will be available for public viewing at https://www.ltisdschools.org/graduationlivestream.


Please note, this webpage will not be active until May 27.

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Lake Travis High School Class of 2022 announces top ten scholars

The top ten scholars from the Lake Travis High School Class of 2022 consist of the students who have earned the highest cumulative weighted GPA over four years within their graduating class of 846 students. They have taken the most rigorous courses available throughout all four years of their high school career in order to reach this accomplishment. They will graduate with the Distinguished Level of Achievement which assures them automatic acceptance into any Texas public college.


The Lake Travis High School Class of 2022 Top 10 scholars are:


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Akshay Pradeep, Aniket Naravane, Huner Kerrigan, Kate Hennig, and Joseph Kenis


Front row (left to right):

Victoria Cotton, Grace Starr, Allison Still, Bruce Chen, and William Peters

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LTHS juniors collaborate with local veterans


The short video below which highlights the collaboration between Vietnam Veterans and our Lake Travis High School on-level juniors which occurred March 29-30. Veterans were able to provide real-life connections for students as a component of their study. The students worked on an English assignment to tell the life stories of the veterans by writing a human interest piece. The lesson helped students understand a pivotal piece of American history while practicing both academic and interpersonal skills. Students worked on developing empathy and conversational techniques through the creation of interview questions and conducting interviews.

Lake Travis High School Juniors interview Vietnam Veterans
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District installs new scoreboard at Cavalier Stadium

For the past three years, the video scoreboard at Cavalier Stadium has experienced ongoing technical difficulties. As a result, the District has not been able to meet the expectations and obligations of its corporate sponsors. In June 2021, a District committee determined the current vendor has been unable to address the technical difficulties in a consistent and efficient manner. Consensus among the committee was reached and options to find a replacement for the nearly 10-year-old scoreboard were explored.


Through purchasing cooperatives, the committee identified three vendors to interview and request pricing. After conducting multiple interviews and speaking with numerous references, the committee recommended Watchfire Signs with the lowest quote of $458, 949.40 for a larger, higher-quality display board and production capabilities.


By school board policy, trustees delegate to the superintendent or designee the authority to make budgeted purchases for goods or services. However, any single, budgeted purchase of goods or services that costs $100,000 or more, regardless of whether the goods or services are competitively purchased, shall require board approval before a transaction may take place. The superintendent shall not be required to obtain board approval for certain types of budgeted purchases that cost $100,000 or more, but shall subsequently report them to the board. In November 2021, the Lake Travis ISD administration notified the school board of its intent to proceed with the purchase of the Watchfire product. Replacement work began in April and is expected to be completed in May 2022.


The new scoreboard will further enhance the stadium experience by showcasing the success of LTISD students, staff and programs during events at Cavalier Stadium. As in previous year, students at Lake Travis High School will operate the new scoreboard board which will afford them with hands-on, real-world experience as it pertains to radio/TV/film production, graphic/digital arts and other high-tech skills.

LTHS student-athlete signs letter of intent

Congratulations to Lake Travis High School swimming and diving student-athlete Kylie VanderMeer who signed her letter of intent March 25 to the Colorado School of Mines.

Five LTHS students awarded NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

Five Lake Travis High School students have been recognized with a NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. Each year, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) recognizes students and educators for their accomplishments and goals in computing and technology. NCWIT received over 3,500 high school applications and more than 130 educator applications from all 50 states.


Affiliate Winner(s): Kerry Lum, Alline Ayala, and Elise Robertson

Affiliate Honorable Mention(s): Coco Zhou and Neha Dania


According to Aspirations in Computing, the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) honors 9th-12th grade women, genderqueer, or non-binary students for their computing-related achievements and interests, and encourages them to pursue their passions. Award recipients are selected based on their aptitude and aspirations in technology and computing, as demonstrated by their computing experience, computing-related activities, leadership experience, tenacity in the face of barriers to access, and plans for post-secondary education. By generating visibility for these aspiring technologists in their local communities, the NCWIT Award for AiC encourages their continued interest in computing, builds their identity as “someone who does computing,” and attracts the attention and support of educational and corporate institutions.

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Kerry Lum, Alline Ayala, Elise Robertson, Coco Zhou, and Neha Dania

In addition to being selected as a 2022 Winner of the Central Texas Affiliate of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing, LTHS senior Alline Ayala has been named an Apple Scholar. This year, NCWIT partnered with Apple Inc. to award 10 students from the Bay Area and Austin Aspirations Affiliates with the additional award. Alline will be recognized at their award ceremony to be held virtually on April 30. Her award includes a $15,000 cash prize to use toward her post-secondary studies, a state-of-the-art Apple laptop, and participation in workshops hosed at Apple, Inc. Alline was warded based on her status as a graduation senior, plus her achievements in the Aspirations in Computing program, her stated intentions to continue her studies in computing or engineering after completing high school, and her potentials to make the most out of the Apple Scholars program.
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Join Superintendent Norton for Friday Facebook Live May 6

Join LTISD Superintendent of Schools Paul Norton for a real-time campus visit at 1:00 pm, Friday, May 6 from Serene Hills Elementary School. Mr. Norton will share a few district updates while providing a live look at the school day from the home of the Sailors. Watch on the Lake Travis ISD Facebook Page.

Lake Travis Special Olympics has successful run at area competition

The Lake Travis ISD Special Olympics delegation participated in the Area 13 Track and Field competition held April 9 in Leander. Results are as follows:


4x100 Relay - 3rd Place:

  • Andrew Murphy (LTHS)
  • Reagan Lowman (LTHS)
  • Sheriden Gorden (LTHS)
  • Austin Speight (18+)


200M Dash:

  • Luke Mueller (LTHS) - 4th Place
  • Andrew Murphy (LTHS) - 5th Place
  • Austin Speight (18+) - 4th Place


100M Dash:

  • Mason Beninga (LWE) - 5th Place
  • Cash Deville (LWE) - 3rd Place
  • Kinsey Deville (BCE) - 3rd Place
  • Sheriden Gorden (LTHS) - 1st Place
  • Mason Gutierrez (BCE) - 3rd Place
  • Jack Halford (LTHS) - 5th Place
  • Emelia Holmertz (18+) - 5th Place
  • Kylie Kowalewski (LWE) - 2nd Place
  • Reagan Lowman (LTHS) - 4th Place
  • Mason Lowry (LWE) - 4th Place
  • Trent Reszkowski (LWE) - 4th Place
  • Mark Theodore (LTHS) - 4th Place


Long Jump:

  • Sheriden Gorden (LTHS) - 1st Place
  • Mark Theodore (LTHS) - 2nd Place


Softball Throw:

  • Mason Beninga (LWE) - 2nd Place
  • Kinsey Deville (BCE) - 4th Place
  • Mason Gutierrez (BCE) - 3rd Place
  • Jack Halford (LTHS) - 3rd Place
  • Kylie Kowalewski (LWE) - 2nd Place
  • Luke Mueller (LTHS) - 1st Place
  • Trent Reszkowski (LWE) - 4th Place


Mini Javelin:

  • Cash Deville (LWE) - 3rd Place
  • Emelia Holmertz (18+) - 3rd Place
  • Mason Lowry (LWE) - 4th Place


Shot Put:

  • Reagan Lowman (LTHS) - 3rd Place


Marisa Sodders is Head of Delegation for the Lake Travis ISD Special Olympics program.

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The Lake Travis School Health Advisory Council presents "Wellness Watch - Spring 2022"

The LTISD School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) has published their Spring 2022 issue of their e-newsletter "Wellness Watch."


Lake Travis ISD’s School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)—a group appointed by the school board—is comprised of parents from each campus, students from Lake Travis High School, members of the community, and employees of the district. SHACs assist districts in ensuring that local community values are reflected in health education instruction. Additionally, SHACs play an important role in strengthening the connection between health and learning.


Read the LTISD SHAC "Wellness Watch - Spring 2022" newsletter.

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Interested in a corporate partnership with LTISD?

Contact our Development & Corporate Relations Department to learn how your organization can partner with Lake Travis ISD and support our schools while increasing exposure for your business.

Keeping Connected

Download the LTISD Keeping Connected PDF to learn about the various ways to receive District and campus-level news, emergency notification, and other information.


Stay in the know on the go with our District mobile app for iOS and Android. Follow LTISD on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Learn about Peachjar, the innovative flyer management system that sends District- and school-approved digital flyers directly to parents via email.

Lake Travis Independent School District

The Lake Travis Independent School District is a 6A district located about 25 minutes west of Austin, Texas. Established in 1981, Lake Travis ISD is a fast growth district comprised of 11 campuses serving more than 11,300 students. Lake Travis ISD is the area's largest employer supporting more than 1,400 staff districtwide.