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Jennie Reid nominated as National Blue Ribbon School

La Porte ISD’s Jennie Reid Elementary School is one of 26 schools from across the state nominated as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2017. Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Morath nominated the campus for this honor and made the announcement Jan. 12.

Texas Education Agency releases provisional A-F ratings

All Texas schools and districts would have received these letter grades for the 2015-16 school year, had the new rating system been in place. These letter grades in no way impact our official 2016 district or campus accountability ratings. ~ Click on the headline for more information, including a letter from our superintendent.

La Porte ISD Business Office wins statewide award

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The Texas Association of School Business Officials has honored La Porte ISD's Business Office with its Award of Merit for Purchasing and Operations. The district was also awarded Elite Status as the top submission among small districts in the state—an honor that goes to only one district in the small and large school categories.

Bulldogs rack up postseason gridiron awards

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Twenty one La Porte Bulldogs have been named to the 22-6A All-District Football Team, including superlatives on both offense and defense. Several student athletes were also honored on the Academic All-District Team.

La Porte volleyball players honored for 2016 success

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Eight La Porte High School volleyball players capped the 2016 season with All-District honors, including two players who were named to 22-6A’s First Team. Ten players were additionally awarded Academic All-District honors.

Jennie Reid Elementary honored by Texas Education Agency

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Jennie Reid Elementary School was cited as a high-progress Title 1 school for 2015-16, according to a press release from the Texas Education Agency. TEA identified 300 campuses across the state as high-performing and/or high-progress campuses.

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