Schools continued annual traditions for Veterans Day celebrations despite COVID-19, thanks to teachers and students. Throughout the week of Nov. 11, schools hosted virtual celebrations, shared videos, and showcased our veterans.

Students across District offer a special personal message of thanks

We asked students from all over Leander ISD to submit a video message saluting our veterans. They answered. With close to 50 responses, we were able to produce a video compilation. Thank you to these students who participated and helped create a fitting tribute to the bravery and courage of our veterans.

LISD teacher, Marine Veteran shares message support our nation’s military

Reed Elementary ESL teacher and US Marine Jose Rodriquez teaches us about Veterans Day and its importance. Thank you for your service, Mr. Rodriguez! We salute you!

You Raise Me Up – A Naumann ES Salute to Veterans

As we celebrate Veterans Day across the district, we’re showcasing how schools are recognizing our dedicated service men & women. Listen to Naumann Elementary students sing, “You Raise Me Up” for our Veterans.

Running Brushy band hosts drive-thru performance

Veterans Day parades look a whole lot different during COVID times. Running Brushy Middle School hosted a drive-thru Veterans Day parade in honor of the men and women who serve our country. Let’s listen to the band!

Reed Elementary performance class brings thank you to soldiers

The Roadrunners of Reed could not sing in class. But they performed with their bodies moving and masks on. Watch these roadrunners lead a wonderful thank you performance.

Cypress brings choreography, lessons to virtual Veterans Day assembly

Learning is alive at Cypress Elementary School! And, now, you can hear students share their learning about our nation’s military. Be sure to scroll through and watch the performances too!

Vandegrift speaks with school’s veterans

Everyone has a story! For many of our Leander ISD staff, their story includes service in our nation’s military. Listen to Vandegrift High School students share stories of the Veterans on the school’s staff.