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Save the date Save the date Youth Speaker Jonathan Medina 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 Days La Pryor Lady Bulldogs Softball New school bus UIL DEBATE TEAM Picture with elementary students after math intervention. Full house of parents and family of elementary students Elementary students with perfect attendance run out onto the field. La Pryor Bulldog player having a big run against Harper 5th grade learning about erosion and pollution of water systems. State Representative Tracey O. King Donates Texas Flags to LPISD 5th Grade Science Lab Brantley the Bulldog K EE Bonfire 2017 Picture of the football team and American flag. Mascot Photo of Bulldog Lady Bulldogs Students participating in field day activities! PROJECT SMART 2017 PROJECT SMART VISIT TEXAS STATE AQUARIUM La Pryor ISD - Preparing the future logo Elementary Perfect Attendance Celebration PK-1st Anti-Drug Assembly PK-1st Grade Anti-Drug Assembly 6th Graders at work. 4th Graders Learning in Centers Elementary Music Elementary Students 2016 Fall Festival 2016 Fall Festival 2016 Fall Festival Friday October 7th all elementary students with perfect attendance will run through the bulldog before the game. Bonfire 2016 2016 Bonfire 6th Grade 5th Grade 4th Grade 2nd Grade 1st Grade Kindergarten Class Pre-kindergarten Class

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US News and World Report released their Best High School National Rankings this morning.  La Pryor High school received a bronze badge.  They published detailed information today on more than 20,500 U.S. public high schools, including school-specific data on enrollment, student ethnicity, location, school type, and results of state assessments, Advanced Placement tests and College and Career Readiness.  Less than 30% of the schools earned the right to display a badge and to be called Best High Schools. U.S. News badges are widely recognized as symbols of excellence in education. Click on the image for more information.



The May "RTB' award winner(s) are Julie Ramos and Antonia Contreras.  These two staff members were selected from a list of 18 nominees.  Ms. Julie Ramos serves as the elementary secretary but we all know she does so much more than that.  Ms. Antonia Contreras serves as the high school English I and English IV teacher and has had a very positive impact on her students.  


LPISD hosted a parent/community engagement meeting yesterday. This group now has a name: "CHAMPS". CHAMPS stands for Committed to Honoring And Motivating Parents and Students. Parents had the opportunity to discuss concerns they had and they came up with some wonderful ideas to promote engagement. LPISD would like to thank everyone who took the time to show up for the meeting. If you missed this meeting, please make plans to attend the next one. Help make a difference in our student's lives. Be a CHAMP!