LISD E-Newsletter

March 22, 2019 

Table of Contents:

 

1. Admin Alley

2. Around the District

3. Stacey Happenings

4. Elementary Happenings 

5. PTSO Spotlight 

6. Good Information

7. Random Shots

Upcoming Events:

 

*Saturday March 23

AP - Math / Prin. of Comp. Sci.

@ Judson HS 8:00am / 

Stacey Robotics FRC @

Del Rio

*Sunday March 24

Stacey Robotics FRC @

Del Rio

*Tuesday March 26

StuCo Spring Conference

@Clark HS 9:30am /

School Board Mtg. 11:30am

@LISD Board Room

*Wednesday March 27

HS UIL Academic Meet @

Charlotte

*Thursday March 28 

Stacey Talent Show - LISD

Auditorium 4:30pm

*Friday March 29 

JH Track District Meet @

La Pryor

Admin Alley

Lackland ISD Calls on Congress to Support Our Schools

 

District Leaders Advocate for Impact Aid

Representatives from Lackland ISD recently went to Washington, D.C. to call congress’ attention to the needs of area schools at the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (NAFIS) Spring Conference.

Board Secretary Dr. Laura Munro, Trustee Chris Dietert, and Superintendent Dr. Burnie Roper joined school district leaders from across the United States to discuss and advocate for Impact Aid, an essential program that provides critical funding to federally impacted school districts like Lackland ISD. Impact Aid reimburses these school districts for the loss of revenue caused by the presence of nontaxable federal property such as Lackland AFB. It helps ensure students who attend schools on or near such property have access to a quality education.

As part of the conference, Dr. Munro, Mr. Dietert, and Dr. Roper met with staff for Senator John Cornyn, Congressman Henry Cuellar, Congressman Joaquin Castro, Congressman Lloyd Doggett, Congressman Will Hurd, and Congressman Chip Roy to request that Congress increase funding for Impact Aid for Fiscal Year 2020 and dedicate significant funds to address infrastructure needs of federally impacted school districts. They explained the crucial role of Impact Aid in Lackland ISD and shared achievements and needs of schools and students.

“Without Impact Aid, we wouldn’t be able to effectively serve our students,” said Dr. Burnie Roper, Superintendent of Lackland ISD. “Impact Aid funds are used for teacher and staff salaries, student transportation, and technology purchases just to name a few. This funding is critical to providing our students the opportunities they need to maximize their potential, so it is important for us to travel to Washington and advocate directly to Congress for it.”

During the three-day conference, school district representatives received updates on Impact Aid from the U.S. Department of Education. In addition, they heard from national experts on a number of important education issues, including teacher retention, school safety, and career technical education.

“Every student who attends Lackland ISD benefits from Impact Aid” continued Dr. Burnie Roper. “It is a program that our school district will continue to fight for”.

Dr. Laura Munro, Dr. Burnie Roper, and Mr. Chris Dietert

at the office of Senator John Cornyn.

 Dr. Munro, Mr. Dietert, and Dr. Roper at the office of Congressman Henry Cuellar.

Dr. Roper and Legislative Assistant Sabrina Hancock at the office of Congressman Chip Roy.

Dr. Munro, Mr. Dietert, and Dr. Roper at the office of Congressman

Joaquin Castro.

Around the District

Month of the Military Child

By: Kerrigan Gafford

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     April is the designated month to recognize the resilience, resoluteness, and relentlessness of “military brats.” Unfortunately, there are numerous amounts of struggle that military children must learn to cope with. These struggles include deployments, separation and frequent moves. “Purple up” is a term used to spread awareness of the month through a single color. We encourage this color to represent the strength and resiliency of military children. Every military child has a unique set of circumstances, however difficult, we can overcome them. That is the power behind the Month of the Military Child.


     In honor of this special month, S2S and JS2S are taking action in recognizing these students. As a parent, you can send your child a message. This is for students at the junior high and high school. These messages can be filled out via the link below. This includes their names, grade, and related information. These messages will be transferred to purple cut-out hearts and given to your children. The link below will need to be filled out by April 9th, messages will be handed to your students on April 12th.

 

https://goo.gl/forms/GS232ebnL2rilC6m2

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This project is monumental in supporting our military students and school. You can be a part of this important month, and recognize your child’s resilience! Make sure to show your support for Month of the Military Child and send your child a note! (By April 9th)

Lackland ISD was asked to participate in “Go Public with David”, a weekly segment on Channel 4 at 6:30 PM for all of 2019.

 

Here is the link to the video segment that aired on WOAI News. 

 

 

http://vidshare.myfoxsa.com/?vid=GoPublicN4SA6p0225

 

 

Congratulations Lackland ISD!

Stacey Happenings 

The Bots in Blue, Stacey High School’s competition Robotics Team, took part in the FIRST in Texas San Antonio District Meet March 8th – 10th at John Jay High School. Competitors were comprised of 40 of the best teams from 2A-6A schools from across Texas. The grueling 3-day competition was capped off by an awards ceremony during which, the team received the prestigious Imagery Award that recognizes engineering and outstanding visual aesthetic integration of machine and team appearance.

 

Thanks to Ms. Cervantes, Ms. Polis, Mr. Staples, and many others who came out and cheered on the students for all the hard work and dedication they have invested in this academic endeavor.

Congratulations Hailey Barentine and Sabastian Vargas.  The Team competed recently at the Sabinal Varsity tennis tournament on March 7-8.  Hailey finish 5th in the Girls A Singles and Sabastian finish 5th in the Boys B Singles each earning consolation metals for the great effort.  

The boy's golf team competed in the Comfort High School Golf Tournament at the Buckhorn Golf Course in Comfort, TX on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. All of the boys shot their personal best for the school. Isaac Council shot an 87, Michael Hornsby shot an 84 and Conner Council (pictured above) shot an 81. Conner placed 5th out of 90 golfers at the tournament. It is the first time a Stacey golfer has placed at an invitational tournament!! Great job Eagles!!!

Stacey Golf Images

3rd and 5th graders collaborate with middle  and high school students to create Cardboard Kids to raise awareness about child abuse. Stay tuned for the final pieces!

Stacey Student's artwork featured on Billboards and Bus Wraps!!

 

Congratulations to Stacey Art teacher Ms. Stege and her students for representing Lackland ISD again this year with their artistic talents and creativity.

 

Thank you for making us shine.

 

Go Public is pleased to reveal the 2019 high school student artists featured on billboards and bus wraps throughout the San Antonio area. We had a record 229 entries from high school students throughout SA! It was truly incredible to see the talent.

 

To see the actual billboards that are live now and the artists selected for the bus wraps on our website, go to https://www.wegopublic.com/studentart.html

 

Billboards will be up through March 31st. The bus wraps will be revealed in later April. We’ll reach out to those who are involved.

The detailed billboard list with locations is here!

• Actual billboards images are here!

Everyone is welcome to use all images to promote and share.
Please don’t forget to tag us @WeGoPublic so we can see what you’re sharing. You can use the hashtag as well, #GoPublic.
We’ll announce on social media as well over the next few days.  Please don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter @WeGoPublic for more announcements.
 

Thank you all for being a part of something special!

Elementary Happenings 

Today 3rd graders in Mrs. Mendez's used Cheez-Its as a manipulative for our introduction to area & perimeter. 

End of the quarter party in Ms Gonzalez’s SFA class!

Jose practices his telling time by working on a “Time Scoot” activity. The 1st graders in Mrs. Allen’s class have been working with time to the hour and to the half hour. Keep up the great work!

Kinders getting buggy about Spring Break!

Kinder Geometric Art

PTSO Spot light 

PTSO Skate Night Images

Good Information

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Come join us for Go Public night at the San Antonio Commanders vs. Salt Lake Stallions football game!

 

WHEN: Saturday, March 23, 7 PM
WHERE: Alamodome

OFFER: Buy one ticket and get one free

BUY TICKETS: www.commandersgroups.com/gopublic

 

Texas Superintendent of the Year, Dr. Brian Woods from Northside ISD, will do the coin toss! 
Superintendents and trustees from all seventeen San Antonio-area ISDs will be recognized, as a group, on the field prior to the game. 
The first 100 students who purchase tickets will have the opportunity to high-five the players.  All students wearing their school t-shirts to the game will participate in the Go Public pregame parade. Students must check in 1 hour before the game in section 101.
 
PLUS- All students in attendance showing school pride by wearing their school’s t-shirt will be allowed to participate in the Go Public Pre-game Parade prior to the start of the game.  Must check-in one (1) hour prior to the game at the table outside Section 101.

JBSA Lackland Library March Calendar

*Click the links below for more information:

 

*Craft Night 

*Lego Night

*Spring Break Fun

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Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
Standards-Based IEPs With increasing accountability for improving the academic achievement of students with disabilities, school based professionals have become more invested in the development and use of standards-based Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs). In this training, parents will be presented with the process for developing IEPs that are aligned with state standards. **Interpreter provided by request. Call 210-370-5430 by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, March 25th. ** Session ID: 53108 Webinar ID: 53195


Thursday, March 28, 2019, 9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.

(1 Hour Lunch Break on your own) Love and Logic Early Childhood Parenting Made FUN! Would you like to put an end to temper tantrums, whining, potty training and mealtime battles... and have a great time doing it? Discover how parenting toddlers can be a joy with Love and Logic’s easy to implement techniques. **This training is specifically geared toward families with children ages birth through age six. **Interpreter provided by request. Call 210-370-5430 by 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26th. ** Session ID: 53109

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Mar 18 at 8 AM – Mar 29 at 2 PM

Lackland ISD Lyon Center

 

We will have our Buy One Get One (BOGO) Scholastic Book Fair March 20th-29th in the Lyons Center at Lackland ISD. We will begin set up on the 18th, and be open for business the 20th. We will be open 8-3:45, and will stay open until 5pm on both Thursday’s. We look forward to seeing you all there! All visitors will need to check in with one of the school offices before shopping at the book fair.

Random Shots

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