Lucio Rodriguez and Karen Lawley have been named as the 2024 La Porte ISD Principals of the Year for secondary and elementary, respectively.
Newly hired educators have an additional tool to help them with classroom management and ensure their students' academic success.
Long-time La Porte resident Glynda Oliver’s idea for contributing toward college scholarships all began when her daughter experienced a leg injury. Oliver told her, “You need a walking stick,” and then cut a branch from a crepe myrtle tree in her yard to make one for her.
Mitsubishi Chemical-SoarnoL engineers Reggie Delaney and Jerry Curtis can hardly wait for Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. That’s when they have the opportunity to share their love of chess with students at La Porte ISD’s College Park Elementary School, where the company is the campus’s Partner in Education.
Five La Porte ISD educators were honored Feb. 8 at the 37th Annual Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators Awards for being among the best in the greater Houston Area.
La Porte High School will compete in Districts 11-5A and 20-5A beginning the 2024-25 school year, according to realignment information released Feb. 1 by the University Interscholastic League.
La Porte ISD has been recognized by The Texas Association of School Business Officials with a 2024 Award of Merit for Purchasing Operations.
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Art Show’s Hayloft Gallery at NRG Arena will feature eight works of art by La Porte ISD students in 2024.