In La Porte ISD, safety and security are not just words. They are our highest priority. Our campus leaders work hard every day to make their campuses places where children feel safe and secure—havens where teachers can teach and students can learn in comfort.
Intelligent. Goal-oriented. Well spoken. Polite. Self-assured. While there are many characteristics that Kevin Serrano and Noah Ashworth share, “determined” is the one that put them at the top of the Class of 2018 at La Porte High School.
Lomax Junior High School’s theatre students advanced to district competition with their performance of Wild Strawberries in the Junior High UIL Zone One Act Play contest held February 10 at Mc Adams Junior High in Dickinson.
LPISD will conduct Credit by Exams, without prior instruction, at the student’s home campus on March 21-23, 2018. Please click the headline for complete details.
La Porte ISD will pay tribute to alumni and community members who serve as models to inspire and challenge today’s students through the newly established Distinguished Alumni and Citizens Awards program.
Registration to take AP exams is open through Feb. 21. Click the headline for more information.
What do a couple of aspiring young chefs make when given an orange, avocado, a half-pound of ground turkey and a package of Lunchables Cheese Dip & Salsa Nachos? A gold-medal winning meatloaf, of course, along with an orange juice-dressed salad.
La Porte High School athletics teams will play against some former opponents during the 2018-19 school year, and will also face a brand new Beaumont ISD school on the court and field.