Lewisville High School

Student Council is selling BATTLE OF THE AXE football tickets to this week's game in G144 until Friday morning at 10:00.  $4 for students $6 for adults ($8 at the game).  No online sales.  Come quick!  Will sell out soon.

Upcoming Events

Medication Disposal Day
Date: 9/27/2014, 10 AM 2 PM
Location: Various
Board Meeting
Date: 10/6/2014, 7 PM
Student Holiday / Professional Development
Date: 10/10/2014
Holiday
Date: 10/13/2014
Student Early Release
Date: 10/24/2014
Hey Day

Farmers Buzz

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LHS Football Team Honoring Late Max Goldsmith
Fighting Farmers Wearing "Max G" Ribbons on Helmets
iPad Notice: iOS 8 Upgrade
Apple is releasing iOS 8 for the iPad on Wednesday, Sept. 17. Please do not upgrade any Lewisville ISD-issued iPads until the Technology Department tests the new version and approves the upgrade. This should take place within 24-36 hours of the iOS 8 release. An updated notice will be sent following Technology's testing of iOS 8.
Spirit of Old Town Photo Contest
We are working hard to get involved with the community this year down in the art department and we decided it would be fun for a little photo contest. This is open to ALL the students and ALL the staff members within the LHS feeder pattern.
LISD Special Education Services: Child Find
Department Offers Services for Children with Disabilities
Marcus High School, Lewisville High School "Battle of the Axe" Game to Honor Wounded Soldiers
As Marcus and Lewisville High Schools begin the 2014 football season, they look forward to the upcoming “Battle of the Axe” football game at MHS stadium on Friday, Sept. 12. However, this year’s excitement stems from both communities coming together for a common cause – giving back to wounded soldiers in need.
Lewisville ISD Building Neighborhood Connections; District Seeking Participants for INSIDE Program
Lewisville ISD (LISD) is seeking participants to be part of the INSIDE leadership program for the 2014-2015 school year. INSIDE, which stands for “Interested Neighbors Staying Informed of District Efforts,” was launched five years ago. To date, about 200 citizens have spent a year going behind the scenes through this unique program to learn how the district operates. This year, citizens will be able to get to know the district’s leadership team – a great way to learn more about their expertise, roles and responsibilities.
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