Text Options for the Visually Impaired Font Size: a- A+ Color: A A A Revert 
Close vision bar
Open vision bar
Students participating in field day activities! PROJECT SMART 2017 PROJECT SMART VISIT TEXAS STATE AQUARIUM La Pryor ISD - Preparing the future logo State Bound!!!   Tiffany Martinez, earned a bronze medal at the UIL Regional Academic meet in Ready Writing.  She will now be competing at the UIL State Meet on April 21, 2017.  Good luck to her as she represents LPISD at the state level. La Pryor ISD is proud to announce our new Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Mr. Eliseo Aguero. STATE CHAMPIONS! Jackly Perez and Kiersten Paul advance to State in Powerlifting! UIL THEATRE CLINIC UIL THEATRE CLINIC La Pryor ISD accepting the scoreboard donated by Dr. Alfonso Luevano.   La Pryor ISD Veterans' Day Celebration Veterans' Day Veterans' Day Pep Rally and Pajamas 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

School News




La Pryor Bulldog

Band Dates

Open Band Hall

August 1-August 11, 2017

Time: 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.


Summer Band

 August 14-25, 2017

 Time:  TBD


Band Parent Meeting:

  August 1, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.


Band Leadership camp

August 7-9, 2017

Time: 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Rodriguez at (210) 639-0682


Back to school registration Back to school registration dates



Project Smart students and staff took a trip to the Exotic Zoo where they socialize and hand fed animals in a Safari adventure. The professional tour guides shared amazing facts and educational information about how zoo extends and preserves their way of life by allowing them to thrive and multiply without the threat of the wild.

After that, students and staff traveled to the Science Mill in Johnson City where the students were exposed to STEM activities.  Some of the upper grade students built a rece car and watched it race on an electric track. Students were engaged in an array of science topics such as the Mind Ball, Cell Phone Disco, Create an Explosion, Sail Boat and race track while the younger students enjoyed digging for fossils. 

Students and staff also attended the Toyota Plant Facility and learned about the vehicle production that takes place at the plant in San Antonio.

Finally, they visited the San Jose Mission where they learned about Texas History and the way of life at the mission from farming to the religious values the indigenour people held.

Click on the trips to view images.