TEA has released their interpretation of HB 5 related to our current 9th and 10th grade students. The good news is that EOC assessments in Algebra II, geometry, English III, chemistry, physics, world geography, and world history have been eliminated from the testing requirements.
Read complete news release from TEA
Book swaps and a new mobile library that will visit parks near Pleasant Hill Elementary top the list of efforts by local educators to keep children reading and engaged during the summer.
Read full story in Austin American Statesman
Amazing story of twin valedictorians! One at Leander High School and one at Cedar Park High School. So proud they are LISD students!
Watch story from KEYE news
Leander ISD is providing support and access to library books and programming during the summer by opening three libraries this June and July.
In partnership with Hill Country Education Foundation, the libraries at River Ridge Elementary and Four Points Middle School will be open to LISD students in the Four Points community.
- River Ridge Elementary - Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. - noon June 10, 12, 17, 19, 24 and 26; July 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 and 31.
Four Points Middle School - Tuesdays from noon - 3 p. m. June 11, 18 and 25; July 9, 16, 23 and 30.
Read more about the activities offered at River Ridge ES and FPMS
In addition, the library at Vista Ridge High School
will be open to all LISD elementary, middle and high school students during June 17 - July 2 and July 15 - 31 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
For more information about these summer reading programs, contact LISD library services at 512-570-0273.
Parents will have the opportunity to register their students new to Leander ISD for elementary school during the summer. You may go to any of the locations to register. See flier for complete details.
Leander ISD ofrece matri´cula para escuela primaria durante junio y julio
Leander ISD students will receive their high school diplomas during the Cedar Park, Leander, Rouse, Vandegrift and Vista Ridge graduation ceremonies. Collectively, these graduates earned $37.4 million in scholarship offers! Congratulations and best wishes to the class of 2013! We are proud of you!
Leander ISD has not authorized the use of any of its images, campus logos or school brands to non-approved outside vendors and does not permit non-approved outside vendors to provide advertising or raise funds on the district’s behalf. Local businesses who wish to support LISD are advised to note that companies selling advertising and claiming to represent Leander ISD, including campuses and departments, are not authorized to do so (unless they have written proof of permission) and are in violation of the district's trademarking and licensing
contract with SABRE Trademark and Licensing. Additionally, the dollars they are soliciting are kept by the vendor and DO NOT benefit LISD schools.
Please DO NOT spend your valuable marketing dollars on such companies, even if they claim to raise funds for LISD schools. To verify that a vendor is in compliance with the district's licensing program, please check with the LISD school/community relations department at 512-570-0030.
If you wish to learn more about advertising in LISD
, contact the district's school/community relations department at 517-570-0030. All revenue generated through the official LISD marketing and advertising program is applied to the general operating fund and all proceeds are distributed throughout the district.