WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR! 2001-2002 IN LUBBOCK ISD
ISD celebrated the 2001-2002 school year with hundreds of
student and staff accomplishments and awards. As the song
says, " It was a very good year!" However, all years
where students learn are good years and we want to congratulate
last school year's achievers as we prepare for a new year
of students and staff getting the best reward of all, learning
Lubbock ISD named a Recognized school district, the highest
rating any large school district (20,000 plus students) in
ISD celebrated 14 Exemplary campuses and 20 Recognized campuses
with the Texas Education Agency's campus ratings system.
ISD's four high schools advanced to the State Academic Decathlon
competition for the second consecutive year, with Lubbock
High's Decathlon team claiming third in the nation at the
national competition in Arizona.
ISD graduated over 1,650 seniors with better than 25% becoming
honors graduates and over 50% planning to continue into higher
education or advanced technology schools.
ISD sold over 10 million dollars in education bonds with 5
million technology dollars designated for new technology throughout
the district for the fifth consecutive year.
Lubbock ISD welcomed over 700 students, free of charge, from
surrounding school districts who wished to take advantage
of choice programs in medicine, engineering, law, academics
and special competitive athletic programs that only Lubbock
ISD can offer them each year!
students and staff contributed over $382,000 to United Way,
March of Dimes, September 11th Fund, South Plains Food Bank
U-Can-Share, the American Heart Association, Hospice, the
Leukemia Foundation and other social support organizations
as part of their community support character support activities.
volunteers, corporations and businesses donated almost two-million
dollars in financial resources and time to the individual
campuses of the Lubbock ISD.
students received 49 regional, 132 state and 40 national academic
and performance awards. LISD staff members were cited with
four regional, 23 state and four national Awards for their
performance as educators.
are some of the over 100 reasons we are Proud to be in LISD!
2002-2003 School Year Brings Revisions to Student Code of
Each school year the Student Code of Conduct is reviewed by
District administrators and approved by the Board of Trustees
to verify that it meets student and community needs. At times
changes are made to correspond to those expectations and the
2002-2003 school year is no different.
For those unfamiliar with the Student Code of Conduct, simply
put, it incorporates into one document the district's discipline
management plan, student conduct expectations, and dress code..
SPECIFIC CHANGES FOR 2002-2003:
In an effort to make the book more parent friendly, as well
as to reduce paperwork, several parent sign-off sheets have
been moved from the Code of Conduct to the Student Enrollment
Form. Those sign-off sheets include: Student Code of Conduct
acknowledgment, corporal punishment permission, and electronic
usage permission. Moving these items to the Student Enrollment
Form will reduce the number of documents parents and teachers
must handle at the beginning of the school year.
Electronic devices, listening devices, or viewing devices
are not allowed, unless specific permission is given.
READ THE ENTIRE LISD STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT MANUAL AND DISCUSS
IT WITH YOUR STUDENTS AT YOUR EARLIEST OPPORTUNITY.