The community is invited to join Frenship administrators and local leaders in celebrating the opening of the new school during the ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on the front sidewalk of Alcove Trails Middle School.
Lubbock ISD’s Talkington School for Young Women Leaders was announced today as a 2023 National Blue Ribbon School, the second time they have received this prestigious honor from the U.S. Department of Education.
“A lot of open area seating, a lot of opportunity for collaboration to occur, a lot of opportunity for kids to have good access to all the programs they want to be involved in,” the Lubbock-Cooper ISD superintendent said.
The LCU Ed-Vantage program is a collaboration with Lubbock ISD, Lubbock-Cooper ISD, Frenship ISD and Brownfield ISD to enhance graduate education opportunities for employees of the districts that pursue a Graduate Education degree at LCU
The Lubbock ISD School Support and Special Services Department is hosting a job fair for special education paraprofessional positions Wednesday, June 21, at the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
“If there was ever going to be a time to show appreciation for not only teachers, but school employees, sports staff, that are so poorly paid in the state of Texas, this was the time,” Clinton Gill, a staffer with the Texas State Teachers Association, said.
As part of the Mission Tiger program, United Supermarkets and Kellogg’s joined forces on Wednesday to present five Lubbock Independent School District physical education teachers with checks for $1,000 each, a total of $5,000.
Roosevelt ISD issued a statement Wednesday following allegations of racial discrimination. The response comes after the Texas Tribune reported on an incident of a Black student being bullied by a white classmate.