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Progress and report card information
Thank you for partnering with us in your student’s learning. We appreciate all the effort from students, parents, teachers, and staff to help ensure that our focus on learning continues. We are sharing student academic progress reports today with our families via their child(ren)’s school. Please visit our support site for further explanations and FAQs about how student progress is being reported.
Is LISD meeting expectations during this challenging time? Surveys on the way to teachers, parents, and students
As we continue to plan based on the governor’s executive order that school buildings will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019–20 school year, we would like to gather feedback from our teachers, parents, and students about how things are going with our emergency distance learning. Each group will receive an Insider with a link to a short survey or you just click on the link below to share your feedback. Please complete the survey by May 1, and thank you for letting us know how we can improve and better support our community.
Board discusses budget, construction projects, bell schedule changes and more in pair of meetings
Less than a week after the state closed school buildings for the 2019–20 school year, the Board of Trustees discussed the 2020–21 budget. In a workshop discussion Wednesday, April 22, focused on proposed compensation plan recommendations, Trustees considered and discussed the ramifications of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.
The following evening, the Board met again for its regular meeting. Construction and capital improvement plans from the 2017 bond will continue after Trustees approved the borrowing and the construction agreements for several remaining projects during their regular meeting. The Board also discussed adjustments to school start and end times to extend the school day and selected Wendy Sturdevant to lead Canyon Ridge Middle School as its next principal.