Lovejoy High School
A Message from the Principal
Lovejoy HS News 01 22 19

P arents and Guardians,

I hope you and your student enjoyed the weekend, and you were able to stay warm. I hope Saturday's "snow" is the extent of any winter storm for us, but I know Texas weather can change any minute.
This past weekend, many of you had the chance to see the LHS performance of Grease. I attended on Thursday night and again witnessed the tremendous talent and great work of our LHS students, directors, and parents. Congratulations to everyone who performed, built sets, worked with the sound and lighting, drove kids to practice, or had any other part in putting on the show. It was truly awesome! 
Please take a few moments to read below about some of the other great things our students are doing. There is also information regarding important dates and events coming up in the near future. Have a great week!

Chris Mayfield
Lovejoy High School
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Lovejoy High School News and Information 01 22 19

School News          
An Important Message from the School Nurse
Cold and flu season is in FULL swing! Please remember to follow these guidelines set by the Texas Administrative Code:  
  • Temperature of 100.0 degrees or more: Student must be fever free for 24 hours, without medication, before returning to school.
  • Vomiting or Diarrhea: student must be symptom free form 24 hours, without medication, before returning to school.
If your student is concerned about missing a quiz or test, please consider that they are not performing at their best when they are not feeling well. Arrangements can be made with their teacher or in the Testing Center when they come back to school.

Yearbook Deadline
Friday, February 1st is the final day to guarantee your son/daughter has a yearbook in May. Due to high demand on our inventory, we cannot guarantee that we will have extra yearbooks to sell during at distribution in May. Order now at . Want to check and see if you have already ordered? You can verify with the yearbook adviser at

New! LHS Online Signature Courses
It is time to make those summer plans for getting ahead or catching up by taking a LHS Online Signature Course.  This summer we are offering a Leadership course and a Health course.  Interested parents or students should contact their LHS counselor to obtain approval and entry into the course. Seats are limited, so reach out to your LHS counselor early.
Mary Shaw (A - F)
Nancy Schweikhard (G - I)
Janet Richardson (J - Pa)
Nancy Schweikhard (Pe - Z)
New! Student Nutrition
Click here to view the January Nutrition Newsletter that has 10 Simple Tips for a Healthy 2019.

Lovejoy Offers Group Counseling
Lovejoy is offering group counseling for students for a variety of areas. The groups will meet weekly, during school hours, and will be facilitated by Lovejoy's Social Worker, Noelle Gove, LCSW. The overall goal of the counseling groups is to address student's social/emotional needs that may be impacting their experience and success at school. Groups are being offered, based on need, to every campus in the district, grades K-12.
If you are interested in your student participating in a group, please click here to complete the interest form. Noelle Gove will be in contact with parents regarding further details of the group and to obtain consent for student participation. This form is not a consent for counseling, but rather a survey of interest.
Toy Drive Benefiting the Children of Little Leopards

The Lovejoy High School Work-Based Learning program is accepting new to gently used toys for children birth - 5 years of age. Examples of items needed are as follows:
Play Food
Outside Toys
Musical Toys
Kinetic Sand
Sports Balls

Toys may be delivered to any Lovejoy campus or the Administration building until February 15. To request a donation pick-up, or for additional information, please contact

College bound? Tutoring 101 classes starting soon!

Classes starting the beginning of January!  Prep for the SAT/ACT spring tests now, and get your highest score yet. Sign up by 12/21 and get $30 off!

Doing well in high school, getting a great score on the SAT or ACT, and going to college: these are the goals most parents have for their kids. We can help high schoolers get their best SAT/ACT scores, do well on semester exams, and understand subject matter they may be struggling with.
Tutoring 101 has helped scores of students over the past 21 years, and we've seen our graduates get outstanding SAT/ACT scores. Our director and staff of certified educators can advise and support your student, helping them with test-taking strategies, prep on the tough subject matter, do well on their critical semester exams.

Higher test scores mean more college choices and more scholarship offers.
  • 9th-12th grade 1-on-1 tutoring, group, or on-line prep
  • Degreed teachers/professors
  • AP subjects like Chemistry and Calculus
  • Coordinate needs with your child's teachers
  • Tutoring available on Lovejoy Campus
Call for a free consultation with our Director Robyn Mead 972-359-0222.

Athletics News
Upcoming Events
Lovejoy Lacrosse - Boys' and Girls' Teams Registration Now Open
Registration is now open for the boys' and girls' 2019 Spring season of Lovejoy Lacrosse. Join the most exciting, fastest-growing sport in the country.
Register now for Boys and Girls: Grades Kindergarten through High School
Visit for information regarding the program and the upcoming Spring season.
Hurry, as rosters are filling quickly!


Foundation of Lovejoy Schools          

Denim and Diamonds - The Party
Saturday, February 2

Denim & Diamonds - The Party is presented by Lee Lewis Construction  and sponsored by Corgan Architects, Grateful Lovejoy Family, Michael & Roxana Denham, Jeff & Kayla Wood, Homes by J. Anthony, Tim Jackson Custom Homes, Al and Kelli Litchenburg, Owens Realtors, William Anthony Homes, Renfrow Dunaway Group, Glenn & Ashley Shooner, Cleve Adamson Custom Homes, Stephanie and Sean McCaffity, Dale Carnegie Training - Ryan Akins, Fairway Independent Mortgage and Henri and Allison Friloux, Samantha and Matthew Poulton, The Walker Group - Coldwell Banker Apex,  Commercial Bank of Texas, Estate Life Magazines,, RBFCU, Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson LLP, Carey Lynn Photography, Matlock Real Estate, Reinhard Real Estate, Missy Hobgood Fournet.
Live Auction Items
Join us at the event to have the opportunity to bid on these fabulous items:
Audi for All Seasons
Bird Hunt at Bethel Ranch for 4 Hunters
Lovejoy Football Game - Dinner in the Press Box
With Autographed Lovejoy Football Helmet
Christmas in Orlando, Florida (Condo for 8)
Seagrove Beach Cottage for Six
Christmas Break Skiing in Angel Fire (Condo for 6)
Royal Chef Dinner for 10 in Your Home
Maggiano's Wine Dinner for 15
Two Orchestra Section Tickets to Hamilton at Dallas Music Hall with Hotel Stay
Allen American's Premium Luxury Suite for 10+
Delta Charlie's Dallas Sightseeing Flight & Dinner for two
Reservations to The Party may be made until Monday, January 28.

Student Recognition

Davey O'Brien Scholarship Finalist

Congratulations to Lovejoy High School Senior Emma White on her selection as one of the six finalists for the Davey O'Brien High School Scholarship. Recipients of this scholarship are chosen based on character, community service, leadership, scholarship and varsity participation. The winner of the award will receive a $30,000 scholarship, while the five finalists will receive $2,500. You may  click here  to read the Fort Worth Star Telegram article.
Emma was named an Academic All-State nominee for volleyball, is a two-time all-district honoree and served as team captain this school year. She is a National Merit Commended Scholar, National AP Scholar and AP Scholar with Distinction. Emma plans to attend Southwestern University where she will be a member of the Pirates volleyball team.  

LHS Winter Color Guard
Lovejoy Guard earned first place this past Friday at the Frisco Centennial Competition.  They had an incredible performance, and it is a great way to start off their competition season!   

Their next performance will be February 2 at Frisco Wakeland at 8:15 pm 
LHS Computer Science Team
The LHS CS team competed at Plano Senior High on Saturday, and the results are as follows:
3rd place Team: Kevin Xu, Sebastian Ramirez
5th place Written test: Kevin Xu
            3rd place Written test: Mark Wen
            6th place Written test: Will Guo

LHS Cheer
A BIG shout out to our UIL Cheer team! Out of close to 80 teams in the 5A- D2 division, they placed 18th in the band dance, crowd leading took 17th place (scoring 85/90), and the fight song took 5th place (beating the defending champions and only 1 point away from 1st).  Overall in prelims, they finished 11th and advanced to finals for which they only take the top 20 teams. The girls did a great job in finals and finished in 16th place. A deduction was the only thing stopping them from placing in the top 10.

LHS Wrestling
Lovejoy dominated its first round of District duals this past Thursday, defeating all three teams it faced. Lovejoy defeated Princeton 51-30, McKinney North 52-27, and Melissa 69-12. Lovejoy men are still undefeated in district and have an overall dual record of 8-2.
Standouts for the Leopards who finished the night 3-0 were:  Johnny Dorlon, Alex Vislosky, Ralph Rucker, Jakob Underwood, and Austen Shelley.
Senior Austen Shelley pins his Melissa opponent to cap off his 3-0 night!

Freshman Braydon Wright wraps up a cradle for a key win against McKinney North.

Junior Alex Vislosky finishes a takedown in his win over McKinney North.

Sophomore Jakob Underwood stacks his opponent for the pin.

For the complete results to each dual, please click on the following three links:

Vernon Red River Classic:
Our Varsity men and women were able to travel to Vernon for this great event.  Once again, we were able to see some competition from another region of the state that we normally do not get to see.  It was a tough tournament, but our teams really wrestled well!

Our men placed 4 th out of 22 teams and our women placed 7 th out of 15 teams.  We had 15 men and 5 women wrestling and we finished the day with 16 placers.  

On the men's side, junior Alex Vislosky and sophomore Ralph Rucker both placed second.  Junior Hunter Duncan, freshman Trent Rucker, and sophomore Jakob Underwood finished in third place each.

Senior Johnny Dorlon controls his opponent for nearfall.

Freshman Trent Rucker sprawls on his opponent en route to his bronze medal finish.

Freshman Brian Kotecki works for a pin of his Tascosa opponent.

Sophomore Ralph Rucker works to turn his opponent in his semifinal win.

On the women's side, all five women placed, led by a championship performance by freshman Avery Ashley. Senior Lilly Musselman and sophomore Charis Vela placed 2nd.   Junior Katherine Heath placed 3rd and freshman Elle Foster 6th.

Senior Lilly Musselman controls her opponent on the way to the finals.

Freshman Avery Ashley pins her Oklahoma opponent on her way to gold!
Junior Katherine Heath holds her opponent for nearfall on her way to a bronze finish.

A list of all placewinners can be found below:
Champion-Avery Ashley
2 nd place-Lilly Musselman, Charis Vela, Alex Vislosky, Ralph Rucker
3 rd place-Katherine Heath, Hunter Duncan, Trent Rucker, Jakob Underwood
4 th place-Johnny Dorlon, Austen Shelley
6 th place-Elle Foster, Jack McKinney, Colby Bacon, Grant Sessions
7 th place-Brian Kotecki
For complete results to the Vernon Red River Classic individual men's tournament, click here.
For complete results to the Vernon Red River Classic individual women's tournament, click here.

LHS Speech & Debate

Richardson TFA Tournament Results (1/19)
Team Award: 2nd Place Sweepstakes
LD Debate: Quarter Finals: Ashley Rihani
CX Debate:   1st Place: Tajvir Singh and Andrew Mao
Quarter Finals: Jack Czyz and Mitch Laman
1st Speaker: Andrew Mao
PF Debate: Quarterfinals: Matthew Sipes and Garrett Larson
2nd Speaker: Matthew Sipes
Domestic Extemp: 9th: Kendall Carll
Semifinals: Garrett Larson, Melody Quintero, Chase Stevens
Foreign Extemp: Semifinals: Shalin Mehta
Informative: 3rd: Taryn Sutherlin
6th: Sam Lamping
Original Oratory: 1st: Raheel Ahmed
6th Taryn Sutherlin
Semifinals: Dakota George
Humorous Interp: 1st: Melody Quintero
2nd: Raheel Ahmed
4th: Ryan Wang
6th: Sydney Stout
Program of Oral Interp: 5th: Ryan Wang
Prose: Semifinals: Raheel Ahmed and Amber Liu
Student Congress: Finals: Chase Stevens

Guyer TFA Tournament Results (1/11-13)
Team Award: 3rd Place Sweepstakes

LD Debate: Quarter Finals: Ashley Rihani
PF Debate: 1st: Pierce Richardson and Seth Roundtree
1st Speaker: Pierce Richardson
2nd Speaker: Seth Roundtree
Novice PF Debate: 2nd: Sydney Stout and Geneva Miller
Semifinals: Tommy Pottinger and Sanjeev Rajakumar
1st Speaker: Geneva Miller
2nd Speaker: Sydney Stout
Domestic Extemp: Semifinals: Tajvir Singh, Chase Stevens
Foreign Extemp: 4th: Matthew Sipes
Novice Extemp: 2nd: Sebi Ramirez
6th: Sydney Stout
Semifinals: Jannat Verma, Harlin Dean, Geneva Miller, and Sanjeev Rajakumar
Original Oratory: Semifinals: Ryan Wang
Prose: 1st: Luke Wheatley
Poetry: 2nd: Garrett Beckman
Student Congress: 6th: Chase Stevens
Texas Forensics Association State Tournament
Houston, TX  -- March 14-16, 2019
Students must earn 12 points to participate in this state competition.  Congratulations to the following students who have earned points towards the honor of participating in the TFA State Tournament in March:

State Qualifiers!
Collins Morgan: LD, Luke Wheatley: POI,  Shalin Mehta and Pierce Richardson: PF, Matthew Sipes: FX, Tajvir Singh and Andrew Mao: CX, Jack Czyz and Mitch Laman: CX, Melody Quintero: HI

In the race for state:
LD Debate
Kaya Czyz - 11 points
Ashley Rihani - 10 points
Ana Kusbit - 1 point
PF Debate
Garrett Larson and Matthew Sipes - 10 points
Kendall Carll and Pierce Richardson - 1 point
Pierce Richardson and Seth Roundtree - 8 points
Seth Roundtree and Rithik Tangella - 3 points
Sydney Stout and Eric Wang - 2 points
CX Debate
Sebi Ramirez and Jordan Day - 6 points
Jannat Verma and Holly Xue - 2 points
Dramatic Interpretation
Luke Wheatley - 9 points
Ariel Kokoricha - 1 point
Garrett Beckman - 1 point
Duo Interpretation
Chris Abdalla and Ryan Wang - 4 points
Jordan Day and Jude Wheatley - 1 point
Ailsa Kokoricha and Ariel Kokoricha - 1 point
Foreign Extemp
Zachary Farrell - 2 points
Shalin Mehta - 1 point
Brianna Kim - 1 point
Jack Czyz - 1 point
Domestic Extemp
Collins Morgan - 4 points
Kaya Czyz - 3 points
Pierce Richardson - 1 point
Anna Beard - 1 point
Ana Kusbit - 1 point
Kendall Carll - 2 point
Chase Stevens - 5 points
Garrett Larson - 1 point
Melody Quintero -1 point
Tajvir Singh - 2 points
Humorous Interpretation
Shivani Radhakrishnan - 3 points
Raheel Ahmed - 4 points
Sydney Stout - 1 point
Ryan Wang - 2 points

Original Oratory
Ryan Wang - 3 points
Garrett Beckman - 2 points
Raheel Ahmed - 7 points
Taryn Sutherlin - 1 point

Informative Speaking
Alex McCaffity - 2 points
Taryn Sutherlin - 5 points
Sam Lamping - 1 point
Garrett Beckman - 3 points
Ryan Wang - 2 points
Student Congress
John Chase Stevens - 9 points
National Individual Events Tournament of Champions
May 10-12, 2019  -- Millard North HS in Omaha, NE
Students must earn 2 bids at qualifying tournaments to earn the privilege to compete at this national tournament.
Earned both bids and are qualified to attend NIETOC:
POI: Luke Wheatley
Earned one bid to attend NIETOC
OO: Ryan Wang and Garrett Beckman
HI: Shivani Radhakrishnan
DI: Luke Wheatley
Tournament of Champions
April 27-29, 2019 -- University of Kentucky in Lexington
Students must earn 2 bids at qualifying tournaments to earn the privilege to compete at this national tournament.

Earned both bids and are qualified to attend TOC:
DI - Luke Wheatley
Oral Interp - Luke Wheatley

Earned one bid to attend TOC:
POI - Luke Wheatley
Lovejoy Events and Activities 

Tues. Jan 22
8 - 8:30 pm
Orchestra Booster Club Meeting
LHS Orchestra Room
Wed. Jan 23
8:15 am or 4:15 pm
NHS Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Wed. Jan 23
6 - 7 pm
Leopard Aces Booster Club Meeting
LHS Room B100
Thurs. Jan 24
8:15 am or 4:20 pm
HOSA Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Thurs. Jan 24
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Senior Project Presentations
Lovejoy High School
Thurs. Jan 24
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Track & Field Parent Meeting
LHS Cafeteria
Fri. Jan 25
10:45 am - 1:30 pm
LHS Bump Up Day
Lovejoy High School
Sat. Jan 26
8 am - Noon
Mini Majestics Dance Camp
LHS Dance Gym
Jan 29-30
During school
Freshmen Naviance Training
LHS Lecture Hall
Tues. Jan 29
7 - 8:30 pm
Cheer Booster Club Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Wed. Jan 30
6 - 9 pm
Varsity Football Banquet
LHS Cafeteria/Auditorium
Jan 30-31
During school
Choir Solo & Ensemble Recitals
LHS Auditorium
Thurs. Jan 31
6 - 7 pm
Diamond Club Parent & Booster Club Meeting
LHS Library
Fri. Feb 1
9:15 am
Pep Rally - GO RED & Special Olympics
LHS Main Gym
Fri. Feb 1
4 - 9 pm
Girls' Basketball Senior Night
LHS Cafeteria
Fri. Feb 1
6:30 - 8 pm
Band Side-by-Side Concert & Info Meeting
LHS Auditorium
Sat. Feb 2
8 am - 5 pm
UIL Region 25 Solo & Ensemble Contest
for Choir and Orchestra
Lovejoy High School
Sat. Feb 2
6:30 - 11:30 pm
Denim & Diamonds
Marriott at Legacy Town Center
Mon. Feb 4
6 - 7 pm
Majestics Booster Club Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Tues. Feb 5
Ditch the Technology Week Speaker
LHS Auditorium
Tues. Feb 5
4:20 pm
Site-Based Decision Making Meeting
LHS Room D103
Tues. Feb 5
7 - 8 pm
Grand Slam Booster Club Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Wed. Feb 6
Lunch Rotations
11th Grade Registration Meetings
LHS Auditorium
Wed. Feb 6
6 - 9 pm
Softball Season Kick-off Dinner
LHS Cafeteria
Wed. Feb 6
7 - 8:30 pm
Upper 90 Booster Club Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Wed. Feb 6
6 - 9 pm
Softball Season Kick-off Dinner
LHS Cafeteria
Feb 7, 8, 11-14
During lunches
Orchestra Valentines Sales
LHS Cafeteria
Thurs. Feb 7
Lunch Rotations
10th Grade Registration Meetings
LHS Auditorium
Fri. Feb 8
Lunch Rotations
9th Grade Registration Meetings
LHS Auditorium
Mon. Feb 11
6 - 8 pm
6:00 pm
7:15 pm
LHS Showcase
Current 8th Grade Parent Meeting
Current 9th-11th Grade Parent Meeting
Lovejoy High School
LHS Auditorium
LHS Auditorium
Tues. Feb 12
7 - 8 pm
LHS Band Mid-Winter Concert
LHS Auditorium
Wed. Feb 13
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Senior Project Presentations
Lovejoy High School
Fri. Feb 14
1:00 pm (12:15 pm)
Early Release Day
Lovejoy High School
Fri. Feb 15
All Day
School Holiday
Lovejoy High School
Feb 15-16
7 am - 10 pm
LHS Speech & Debate Tournament
Lovejoy High School
Mon. Feb 18
All Day
School Holiday
Lovejoy High School
Tues. Feb 19
7 - 8 pm
Choir Booster Club Meeting
LHS Choir Room
Tues. Feb 19
7 - 8 pm
Band Booster Club Meeting
LHS Band Hall
Wed. Feb 20
6:30 - 8:30 pm
LLI Board Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Thurs. Feb 21
8:15 am or 4:20 pm
HOSA Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Thurs. Feb 21
4:30 - 8:30 pm
Orchestra Pre-UIL Concert
LHS Auditorium
Thurs. Feb 21
6 - 8 pm
AP Seminar Team Presentations
LHS Lecture Hall
Fri. Feb 22
5:30 pm
Boys' Soccer Future Leopard Night
Leopard Stadium
Fri. Feb 22
6 - 8 pm
AP Seminar Team Presentations
LHS Lecture Hall
Tues. Feb 23
8 am - 1 pm
LISD Ensemble Contest
Lovejoy High School
Fri. Feb 22
9:15 am
Pep Rally - Blacklight
LHS Main Gym
Mon. Feb 25
6 - 7 pm
Leopard Aces Booster Club Meeting
LHS Room B100
Feb 26-27
During school
Sophomore Naviance Training
LHS Science Classes
Wed. Feb 27
8:15 am or 4:15 pm
NHS Meeting
LHS Lecture Hall
Thurs. Feb 28
7 - 8 pm
Swim & Dive Booster Club Meeting
SCIS Cafeteria

SafeSchools App Now Available
SafeSchools has launched their new mobile application for anonymous reporting. You may click here for the SafeSchools Alert Mobile Application Download Instructions.
Senior Project Presentations - Judges Needed
Senior Project is quickly approaching. This is an important part of the Senior Project experience, and your participation as a judge truly helps our students grow. Senior Project Presentations will take place during the 2018-2019 school year at Lovejoy High School on:
  • January 24 (Date Change)
  • February 13
  • March 7
Please use this link to sign up to judge:
For questions, please email:

Lovejoy Mom Selected for 2019 Boston Marathon
Lovejoy mom, Tracy Sutherlin, is asking for your help in raising money to support the Leukemia Lymphoma Society Team in Training.
"Hi Friends, this is Tracy Sutherlin. I know you've seen me running the streets of Allen, Fairview and Lucas for many years and you know that running is my passion. I'm super excited to announce that I've been selected to be the North Texas Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS) Team In Training Representative at the 2019 Boston Marathon. Not only do I get to fulfill a lifelong dream of running the Boston Marathon, I get to do it for a purpose!
Every 3 minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer and every 9 minutes someone dies from one. More than 1.3 million people are living with, or are in remission from Leukemia, Lymphoma & Myeloma. Sadly, more than 1/3 of blood cancer patients do not survive 5 years after diagnosis. LLS fund's research provides patients guidance, education & support. LLS also drives advocacy for policies that protect patients access to life saving treatments.
I am running to honor and celebrate two amazing Lovejoy students. Mallory Cass and Austin Bennett. Mallory is a 7th grader at Willow Springs Middle School and was diagnosed with Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in 2014. Austin is a senior at Lovejoy High School and was diagnosed with ALL in 2017. Mallory, Austin and so many others have fought and battled to beat this disease to get across the ultimate finish line of being cancer free!
I've been given the opportunity to raise money for LLS that provides funds to champion the fight in battling this disease. As you think about your charitable giving at the end of this year (or even in 2019) and where it can have the most impact, I ask that you consider helping me in this cause by donating to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.
Please help support me as I run to support LLS and those who have been touched by cancer! Because we all have a finish line to cross!"
You may click here to donate.

Parents, students and community members, you can join the LHS PTSA, make a donation and sign up to volunteer... all on our website. It's quick and easy. Just click here to visit our website:
Amy Holden LHS PTSA President

Students Leaving Campus
In the event that students need to leave campus during the school day and they drive themselves, we need parents to send an email to Please include the student's name, the date and time they need to leave, the reason, and a phone number to be used to contact you. Once we have received the email, we may call you for verification, and the email will provide us with the needed documentation for our records.
If your student wants to go home because they are not feeling well, please have them to go the school clinic to be checked out by the school nurse. This is regardless of whether they are being picked up by a parent or driving themselves.

Student Parking
Student drivers must have a parking permit to park at LHS. If your student needs to purchase a permit,  click  here  for detailed instructions.

VOE (Verification of Enrollment)
Students should request a VOE through Naviance by 12:00 pm daily for same day processing, and the form can be picked up from Ms. Bock, the lobby receptionist, after 3:00 pm. Requests made after 12:00 pm will be processed the following day.

Driver's Ed Classes
The 4-week sessions run continuously from 4:15-6:15 pm at Lovejoy High School in room B104. Please click  HARMONY  for more details.

Volunteer Background Application Now Available
For the safety of our students, a criminal history record is obtained annually for every person interested in volunteering at a LISD campus. Upon completion of the background check, applicants will be notified of approval to volunteer.
Please  click here  to access the Online Volunteer Application. The online application is a secure link.
All information regarding volunteer applications received for the 2017-2018 school year has been deleted. If you submitted an application prior to August 2018, you will need to complete another application.
Thank you for your assistance with this very important matter. Your interest in serving as a volunteer is appreciated. Should you have any questions, or require assistance, please contact:
Stacey Dillon
Assistant to the Superintendent