LISD E-Newsletter

February 1, 2019

Table of Contents:


1. Admin Alley

2. Around the District

3. Stacey Happenings

4. Elementary Happenings 

5. Good Information

6. PTSO Spotlight

7. Random Shots

Upcoming Events:


*Tuesday Feb. 5

Basketball - Boys Junior Varsity vs. Charlotte (Away) 5:00 PM /
 Girls Varsity vs. Charlotte(Away)
6:00 PM / Boys Varsity vs. Charlotte (Away) 7:30 PM

*Friday Feb 8 

Basketball Boys Junior Varsity vs. Great Hearts (Away) 5:00 PM / Boys Varsity vs. Great Hearts (Away) 6:30 PM

Admin Alley


The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society.

As a Harvard-trained historian, Carter G. Woodson, like W. E. B. Du Bois before him, believed that truth could not be denied and that reason would prevail over prejudice. His hopes to raise awareness of African American’s contributions to civilization was realized when he and the organization he founded, the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), conceived and announced Negro History Week in 1925. The event was first celebrated during a week in February 1926 that encompassed the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. The response was overwhelming: Black history clubs sprang up; teachers demanded materials to instruct their pupils; and progressive whites, not simply white scholars and philanthropists, stepped forward to endorse the effort.

By the time of Woodson’s death in 1950, Negro History Week had become a central part of African American life and substantial progress had been made in bringing more Americans to appreciate the celebration. At mid–century, mayors of cities nationwide issued proclamations noting Negro History Week. The Black Awakening of the 1960s dramatically expanded the consciousness of African Americans about the importance of black history, and the Civil Rights movement focused Americans of all color on the subject of the contributions of African Americans to our history and culture.

The celebration was expanded to a month in 1976, the nation’s bicentennial. President Gerald R. Ford urged Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” That year, fifty years after the first celebration, the association held the first African American History Month. By this time, the entire nation had come to recognize the importance of Black history in the drama of the American story. Since then each American president has issued African American History Month proclamations. And the association—now the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)—continues to promote the study of Black history all year.

(Excerpt from an essay by Daryl Michael Scott, Howard University, for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History)

Lackland ISD Seeks Stakeholder Input for Proposed 2020-2021 School Calendar


Dear LISD Staff, Parents, and Community Partners,


The Lackland Independent School District Calendar Committee met on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 to draft the calendar for the 2020-2021 school year. We would like you to review the calendar and provide any feedback you may have concerning the instructional calendar the committee has recommended. The following process will be followed to facilitate the approval of the 2020-2021 draft calendar: 

After receiving feedback from stakeholders, a decision will be made whether to reconvene the calendar committee to address any major concerns.
The calendar will then go to the Lackland ISD District Education Improvement Council (DEIC) for review and approval. The DEIC will meet on Tuesday, February 19, 2019.
The recommended calendar will go to the Lackland ISD Board of Trustees for their consideration and approval on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. The board has the authority to change the calendar.
The approved calendar will be disseminated and posted on the district website.
Please remember that the calendar is subject to change and can only be changed by the LISD Board of Trustees. 

The deadline for providing feedback is Friday, February 8, 2019.

Thank you for your support of Lackland ISD.


Dr. Burnie L. Roper
Superintendent of Schools
Lackland Independent School District
2460 Kenly Ave, Building 8265
Lackland Air Force Base
San Antonio, Texas 78236

Around the District

*If you had your picture taken in the Stacey Cowboy Breakfast Photo Booth here is the link to your pictures!!

Jr. High UIL Awards Ceremony Images

click on the link below for full access! 

Stacey Happenings 

Stacey Homecoming Court 2019

by: Sara Kinney, junior


            With twinkling city lights and skylines elegantly decorating the room to fit the theme of Romance in the City, the homecoming dance was bound to be a magical night for all who attended. The night was made extra special for the eight who were crowned as members of the homecoming court. King Justin Factuar and Queen Kale’La Wells reigned over the dance with Prince Larry Lacour and Princess Lila Lowrance. Duke Mark Dombrowski and Duchess Valeria Zamora-Martinez danced while Marquess Terry-Shay Martin and Marchioness Amber Penton celebrated their titles. Congratulations to all who won a place on the court!

Homecoming Basketball Games

by: Rylie Dow, Senior


Our Stacey Basketball season is in full swing and the varsity teams are pushing to secure their spots in the playoffs. This year’s homecoming games were played against the La Pryor Bulldogs. The games kicked off with the JV boys team putting their heart into every shot, but in the end the Bulldogs took the win. Homecoming night then moved on to a very close and passion filled match between the Varsity girls teams. Ending in a final score of 44-40 with the Bulldogs on the winning side. Each quarter was fought with pride and every point was made with a purpose. The Lady Eagles really gave them a run for their money.

At this point the Bulldogs were feeling pretty good with two wins under their belt but the Stacey Varsity boys team took the court by storm ending the night with a score of 59-47 taking the win from the Bulldogs! Senior, Dejon Johnson, led the team with 18 rebounds, 15 points, and 4 assists! Junior, Gabe Hilman, performed spectacularly with a total of 24 points, 12 rebounds, and 4 assists. The night as a whole was filled with overwhelming amounts of school spirit. With each point scored for all three teams the Eagles crowd blew up in an uproar of cheer. The homecoming games for the 2019 school year are definitely ones for the books.

Library Ambassadors from Stacey Jr. / Sr. High

helped Ms. Larkin prepare for Blind Date with a Book

S2S Lunch Bunch

Written by :  Justin Factuar – S2S Member - Senior


On Tuesday, January 29, S2S hosted their monthly Lunch Bunch event. They invited all of the new high school students to come eat their lunch with the s2s, as well as participate in a few activities. We had an amazing turnout at this month’s Lunch Bunch, hosting the event for over twenty new high school students! Aside from just general socializing, S2S also had many “Would You Rather” questions for these students such as, “Would you rather be able to talk with the animals or speak all foreign languages?” We all had an amazing time. To further make it an overall better experience, S2S also served cupcakes as a small treat for everyone to enjoy.

Poetry by Stacey Sophomores 



Meya Mickens 10th grade


The night fell

Like a stone in the lake

The stars ignited

My breath it did take

I’m the one with the dark

We show little light

Hope hurts us both

Like a nasty bite

I fear like the moon as it’s afraid to shine

The moon and I are peasants

We fall short of divine

But then the night fades

And the sun will arise

And again I hide

The night behind my eyes



Hailey Barentine 10th grade


Passed me by

As if I were a ghost

Going to a new crowd

I’ve never seen before

I guess they’re better

Than that one friend

Who would’ve been there till the end.

I guess friendships break and bend.


Elementary Happenings 

Mrs. Crawford’s class building triple Venn diagrams for Earth, Sun, and Moon!!!

3rd grade Readers Theater for Science - The Law of Gravity.

Science labs. Mrs. Mendez class working on forces.

Fishing for Red and Green Words In Kinder SFA

Good Information


Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
Making Math Meaningful: How to Help Your
Child “Get It”
Do you cringe when your child asks for help on their math
homework? Do you look at their assignments and think “I
never learned math this way?” This training will take a look
at the reason for the shift in mathematics instruction, what
it means for your child, and how you can best support your
child. It is actually easier than you think. You will leave this
training with practical, ready to use applications you can use
the very same day!
**Interpreter provided by request.
Call 210-370-5430 by 12:00 p.m. on Friday, February 1st. **
Session ID: 52446


Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
Trauma Informed Responses
This training will discuss how adults can begin to
understand the role of trauma, its effects on children and
learning. This training will also discuss effects of how and
when adults change their methods of interacting and
responding to children that have been impacted by trauma
that will build, nurture and foster healthy relationships.
**Interpreter provided by request.
Call 210-370-5430 by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, February 4th. **
Session ID: 53101
Webinar ID: 53184


PTSO Spotlight

Lost and Found is OVERFLOWING with jackets and miscellaneous things!! If you haven’t seen your child’s jackets, lunchbox, pants, etc. for a while, stop by here and check!!


Random Shots

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