Board Briefs December 2022
December Board Briefs
Student Champions of the Month:
- Liberty Hill Elementary - Shannyn Hukill
- Bill Burden Elementary - Amina Malik
- Louine Noble Elementary - Rhett Butler
- Rancho Sienna Elementary - Scott Pyle
- Santa Rita Elementary - Gwen Sneary
- Liberty Hill Middle School - Makenna Walters
- Santa Rita Middle School - Audrey Richardson
- Liberty Hill High School - Julia Beck
- Corina Andrews, Rancho Sienna Elementary
- Minh Au, Santa Rita Elementary
- Mary Hughes, Bill Burden Elementary
FFA State Qualifier
Sponsors - Ashlynn Schuett, Coltin Wiesner, Kaitlyn Janecka, Edward Alvarado
- Allie Friemel - FFA Job Interview Leadership Development Event
Theatre Arts - Directors - Sarah Beauchamp and Tyler Askins
Qualification to compete at the International Thespian Festival at Indiana University
- Gwyneth Fowler and Emerson Oliver
Robotics State Qualifiers - Lead Mentor - Daniel Paschal; Parent Mentor - William Oliphint
- 30 LHHS students qualified for state
Head Coach Marie Bruce; Assistant Coaches - Kristen Brewer, Haley Hudnall, Kim Tuley
- LHHS Volleyball Team placed third at the UIL State Tournament
- All members of the team were academic All-District!
- Samantha Woolf spoke about SEL concerns
Communication and Information Items
- Updates from Superintendent Steven Snell
- Traffic Impact Analysis
- 2023-24 Liberty Hill ISD Course Planning Guides and Course Additions presented by Susan Cole, Travis Motal, and Candy Tijerina
- Update on Instructional Strategies across campuses presented by Todd Washburn
- Enrollment. Current enrollment is 7,911
- Financial Report. This report includes updates on tax collection, investments, expenditures, amendments, purchases over $50,000, donations, child nutrition services, donations, and a bond status report.
- Approval to purchase police video equipment over $50,000
- Approval to purchase outfitting and graphics for patrol vehicles over $50,000
- Approval to purchase a bus to serve special education over $50,000
- Monthly police report
- Approval to transfer 2021 Bond Project Budget
- The Board approved KingsClean as the Custodial Service Provider addressing the custodial shortage in the district funded from general fund in lieu of custodial salaries
- The Board approved Schematic Design Elementary No. 7 with Pfluger Associates
- The Board voted to table the Wastewater Reservation and participation fee for Liberty Hill High School No. 2
- The Board approved Wireless Access Points for Campus Construction Projects from CDW-G and Weaver Technologies to be funded by the 2021 Bond Funds
- The Board approved the purchase of Large Venue Projectors for ES #6 campus construction project from Delcom Group, funded by the 2021 Bond Funds
- The Board approved the reimbursable purchase of a video board for Panther Stadium from NEVCO, funded from the 2021 Bond proceeds generated by bond investment earnings. Pohl/Jensen will donate the funds over several years, funding the entire project in full.
- The Board accepted resignations and approved new personnel as presented
The next regular Board Meeting is Tuesday, January 17, 2023.
See Something, Say Soomething!
Liberty Hill ISD Anonymous Tip Line | See It. Report It.
The LHISD Anonymous Reporting System, which can be found on all campus and district websites and our mobile app, allows you to submit secure, anonymous safety concerns to help someone who may hurt themselves or others.
What Should You Report?
You can help others by reporting observed threats, behaviors, actions, and harassment. The more detailed you are, the better District personnel can accurately assess the situation. Here are examples of some of the most common behaviors and incidents to report:
- Acts of violence, with or without weapons
- Verbal or physical abuse, assault or harassment
- Sexual abuse, assault or harassment
- Threats seen on social media
- Bullying, fighting, harassment or intimidating behaviors
- Bragging about weapons or a planned attack
- Depression, anxiety or loss of self-control
- Hopelessness, excessive guilt or worthlessness
- Reckless behavior, theft and petty crimes
- Social isolation or withdrawal
- Substance or alcohol abuse
- Suicide threats, or self-harm
- Any other troubling situation or behavior
Submitting a tip is a great first step in making our schools and communities safer.
You can send Anonymous Tips at any time: https://tx50000150.schoolwires.net/domain/223