This week, we spoke with first-year principal Padgett Cervantes about her time so far as the new principal at Coyote Ridge Elementary and why she loves working in education.
Marcus High School ninth-grade students in Art-1 created art to show their gratitude to some of the people who have made a tremendous impact in their life – their teachers.
This month, we caught up with Flower Mound High School graduate Jared Stowers, finding out what he has been up to since graduating high school and how he’s been working hard and studying his way to medical school with an interest to either pursue pediatrics and/or family medicine.
Help provide for families across district during holiday season.
Check out the profile about first-year Lewisville Learning Center Principal Angie Deaton, who discusses her favorite thing about Lewisville ISD; what she enjoys doing in her spare time; and something most people do not know about her.
A community drop-off event is set for Saturday, Dec. 3 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.. Student leaders and staff members will stuff 500 backpacks and have them ready to hand-deliver to students at school the following week.
Student Council visits nearby Salvation Army for memorable experience.
Lewisville Independent School District is committed to educational success through real innovation and limitless opportunities for all our students. Annually, our district receives numerous academic accolades, fine arts honors, athletic championships and finance awards, which is a direct reflection of that commitment.
We are dedicated to enriching educational opportunities for our more than 53,000 students, and are leading the way in classroom technology integration. Utilizing groundbreaking, transformative and flexible learning environments through our 1:X™ initiative gives our students tools to access, create and collaborate as thriving, 21st century digital citizens.
LISD’s highly qualified team, technology integration, involved community and hard-working students make our district a premiere school system in Texas.
Lewisville ISD formed a Facilities Advisory Committee, comprised of more than 85 community leaders, parents, and LISD staff, to examine the district's current and future facility needs.
For meeting notes, presentations and additional information, please visit lisd.net/FAC.