Texas Army Recruiters visited Valdez High School. The recruiters presented information to students about joining the army, the process to enroll, qualifications, different careers within the army, benefits, areas where they can be stationed and much more.
September is Library Card Sign-Up Month! The Laredo Public Library made a special visit to Macdonell Elementary and encouraged the hawks to sign up for their own library card. After all, a library card is a ticket to a million different places! 📚
In recognition of International Week of the Deaf, the Laredo ISD Athletic Department recognized six Cigarroa High School students during the CHS Toros vs San Antonio Southwest Legacy Titans football pregame, welcoming them as guests of honor. During the week, CHS and Daiches Elementary School students raised awareness by having informational lessons about deafness and hard of hearing, teaming up and wearing their favorite sports and band t-shirt, and having a sign language class where students could have a conversation with one another only using their hands. Dr. Leo G. Cigarroa High School is the only high school in Laredo providing services for Deaf Students. CHS, Cigarroa Middle School, Daiches Elementary School, and LISD are home to the Regional Day School Program of the Deaf also known as the (RDSPD Program). LISD is responsible for providing services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing students from United ISD, Webb Consolidated ISD, Jim Hogg County ISD, and Zapata County ISD. As a whole, the district serves approximately 105 students in several different settings.
Dovalina Elementary School Cheerleaders took part in the Webb County Sheriff’s Department Bear Drive. #LISDleadingtheway
Secondary campuses will host their Family Reading Night on Thursday, October 13th. See attached flyer for more information!
LISD is leading with HEART!❤️ On game days, Nixon and Martin High School football players took the initiative to visit one elementary school to welcome students to school. Way to go!
In recognition of International Week of the Deaf, Cigarroa HS raised awareness through a Deaf Coffee Chat event. Students from the American Sign Language class together with the Regional Day School Program for the Deaf students communicated through the use of sign language.
Laredo College Recruiters paid a special visit to Valdez High School!
Students currently enrolled in K-12th may be referred for the Gifted and Talented Program! Referral forms can be obtained from your child's school counselor or downloaded from the LISD GT website. Referral Deadline: Friday, October 14th.
No words are enough to thank you for your support and services to the district. Happy IT Professionals Day!
Santa Maria Elementary School wishes Mr. Malacara a very Happy National IT Professionals Day! Thank you for all your support and help!
The Pride of South Laredo eligible seniors are registered to vote as of today! Happy National Voter Registration Day! #LISDleadingtheway
THE DAY IS HERE! The Kendra Scott‘s fundraiser for LISD’s Coat Them with Love project is today, Tuesday, September 20th. The fundraiser begins at 5:30 p.m., at 7309 San Dario Avenue, Suite 100. You may also shop online and use the code GIVEBACK-CMPGN.
Happy National Voter Registration Day! Martin High School and members of the "Get Out The Vote" campaign had eligible seniors registered as voters so they can participate in the upcoming elections! #LISDleadingtheway
Daisy Serna is this month's Youth of the Month Recipient! Daisy attends the Sabas Perez Early College Academy at Cigarroa High School
The LISD Guidance and Counseling and At-Risk Population Departments held a staff development training this morning. The departments discussed their goals and initiatives for the school year. #LISDisleadingtheway
COME JOIN US! The Kendra Scott ‘s fundraiser for LISD’s Coat Them with Love project is tomorrow, Tuesday, September 20. The fundraiser begins at 5:30 p.m., at 7309 San Dario Avenue, Suite 100. You may also shop online and use the code GIVEBACK-CMPGN.
Santa Maria Elementary School celebrated 16 de septiembre with a fiesta!
Sabas Perez Early College High School representatives alongside Cigarroa High School representatives participated in the GEAR UP Leadership workshop at TAMIU. Great job students!
The Cigarroa High School varsity players volunteered Saturday morning with the Share-A-Bear project sponsored by Webb County Sheriff Martin Cuellar and the Webb County Sheriff’s Department. Pictured are: Ya-aqob Lozano, Julio Garcia, Sheriff Martin Cuellar, David Garza, and Lethan Solis.