Lewisville ISD is aware of the false article that was authored by Steve Southwell, Editor-in-Chief of the Lewisville Texan Journal. While we understand this article was written as an April Fool’s Joke, it is false and unsubstantiated. We understand that this has caused frustration and confusion amongst our staff, students, community and former administrators.
Please know LISD’s Office of Public Information and Community Relations has reached out to Mr. Southwell, requesting he retract his article and remove it from his website immediately.
As we tell our students, jokes should be funny for all – not just for one. If you feel so inclined, please feel free to contact The Lewisville Texan Journal at (469) 322-4265.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact LISD’s Office of Public Information and Community Relations: (469) 948-8152.
We appreciate Mr. Southwell responding to the District and updating his post with a disclaimer that this article was indeed an April Fool's joke.
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June 10 – July 2, Monday-Friday, 7:50-11:30 a.m.
Lewisville ISD (LISD)'s Avaya phone systems have been restored. Thank you for your patience.
Friday, May 22 and Thursday, June 4 will be regular school days to make up for the two days that Lewisville ISD was closed due to inclement weather in February. These two dates were approved by LISD's Board of Trustees as part of the 2014-2015 Academic Calendar. LISD is seeking a waiver from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) for the third day, March 5. The last day of school will be Friday, June 5, which will be an early release day for students.
Lewisville ISD (LISD) is asking parents to participate in our House Bill 5 (HB 5) Survey launching Monday, March 16, 2015 and ending Friday, March 27, 2015. Designed and administered by independent technology and communications firm K12 Insight, the survey asks for parent thoughts on how well our schools are performing in a number of important topic areas.
Due to Chance of Inclement Weather, Documentary Looking into Issues Girls Face in Today’s World Will Now Be Shown April 9
We want to take time to remind parents that Lewisville ISD (LISD) is constantly monitoring inclement weather situations. In the event of bad weather, we must consider the safety of all 53,000 students in our 127-square mile district when making decisions about school closures. LISD administrators will determine school cancellations based on the safety of all students district-wide.