Superintendent Newsletter

April 26, 2019

Hello everyone,


I hope everyone has had a great week. It seems like everything gets really crazy this time of year. Time really seems to fly by as we get toward the end of the year and it seems as though we will not get everything done that needs to get done. I want to say thank you for everything you have done for our students at LISD! Our students are truly the reason we do what we do!

NWEA Testing

2nd and 3rd graders from Capitol using iPads to complete their NWEA benchmark testing!
HCSECU cooking hamburgers for LIS. Special thanks to Lyndon Harder, Royce Blackshear, Paul Dinkins and Karl Race for doing the cooking!

LIS Cookout!

LIS would like to thank HCSECU for cooking hamburgers for their faculty and staff. A special thanks to Lyndon Hardin, Royce Blackshear, Paul Dinkins and Karl Race!
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5th Grade Musical

Mrs. Turner's 5th music students performing their musical "A Kids Life"
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LHS students learning about the effects of impaired vision using fatal impairment goggles!

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Bill's Backpacks

Thanks for everyone's support of Bill's Backpacks! It is a great way to give back and support our students!


They are asking for Vienna sausage donations for the month of April.

Donations can be dropped off at the following locations:


Aim Bank

College Avenue Animal Clinic

Levelland Chamber of Commerce

LISD Administration building

All LISD campuses


Monetary donations are accepted at Aim Bank and LISD Administration Building.

Loboette Softball vs. Pampa

Thursday, April 25th, 5pm

Plainview, TX, USA

Plainview, TX

Loboette Softball vs. Pampa

Saturday, April 27th, 2pm

Canyon, TX, USA

Canyon, TX

Lobo Baseball warm-up game vs. Snyder

Friday, April 26th, 6pm

Lubbock Christian High School

LMS National History Day Contest

Saturday, April 27th, 8am

Austin, TX, USA

Austin, TX

Each year more than half a million students participate in the National History Day contest. Students choose a historical topic related to the annual theme, and then conduct primary and secondary research. Students will look through libraries, archives and museums, conduct oral interviews, and visit historic sites. After they have analyzed and interpreted their sources, and have drawn a conclusion about the significance of their topic, they will then be able to present their work in one of five ways: as a paper, an exhibit, a performance, a documentary, or a website.


Thank you Mrs McMahan for all your hard work and leadership. Great job LMS students who have participated in this contest!!