LHISD Updates

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Join us for the Secondary Virtual Town Hall

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Return to Learn

Panther Community,

Thank you for the tremendous response to the LHISD Return to Learn Planning. Your feedback and encouragement have been fantastic.

As everyone should know by now, we are asking families to commit to a choice of in-person learning or on-line learning at-home options. The LHISD Return to Learn Website is live, and so is the Skyward Family Access to make your choice. We hosted another a Virtual Town Hall meeting Wednesday for Elementary families. Thursday night, the secondary principals will be giving you more campus-specific guidelines with a live Q & A session at the end. Next week we will release campus videos as part of our Return to Learn Video Series.

Currently, we have around 1,800 families that have committed in Skyward to the in-person or at-home learning for the first six weeks.

I want to remind every family to please choose your commitment to your choice of learning fo the first six weeks of school. Your early responses help us plan our schedules.

Also, please access our FAQ page to help with any questions you might have.

Thank you!

-Steve Snell, Superintendent of LHISD

COVID-19 Planning Timeline

LHISD has had many Task Force Meetings to create the safest plans possible for the return of school. Keep in mind, the pieces are still moving very fast. Below is a schedule for the next two weeks.

  • Complete. July 15. Present plans to health officials, school nurses, and logistical professionals to get an expert look at the safety protocols for staff and students.
  • Complete. July 20. Present plans to the school board

  • Complete. July 22 and 23. Present plans to the District Leadership Team and work through specific logistics of safety and learning.

  • Complete. July 22. Send plans to all staff to review and give input.

  • Complete. July 22. Send plans to William County Health Authorities for input.

  • Complete. July 29 & 31. Community groups work through specific campus-based safety logistics.

  • In progress. August 5 & 6th - Principals will conduct a virtual town hall for their students and families.

  • August 11th - Teachers scheduled to report to work in person. PPE required.

  • August 27th - School start date

LHISD Police Department

We'd like to introduce the new addition to the LHISD Police department, K9 Nosek.

His handler, Officer Wolf, and Nosek are in training this week at Pacesetter K9 getting to know each other and learning important skills. We're excited to incorporate this K9 unit with campus education initiatives, community relations, and drug prevention throughout the district. Welcome aboard Nosek!

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If you missed the Elementary Town Hall, watch it now!

LHISD Elementary School Virtual Town Hall

New Santa Rita Elementary

The newest school to the district Santa Rita Elementary opened its doors Wednesday to welcome their leadership team to campus as they plan for the 2020-2021 school year.
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Have you seen the New ConnectED Magazine?

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Have you seen the New ConnectED Magazine?

Thanks to the Liberty Hill Independent, every mailbox in the LHISD Community should have received a copy. In case you did not get one, here is a link to the electronic version.

Connect ED Magazine

The magazine covers several stories from the spring school closure and highlights several aspects of the district.

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Steven Snell

Superintendent of Liberty Hill ISD

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