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La Porte ISD to be back in session on Monday

La Porte ISD participated in a conference call with Harris County and other emergency management officials this evening (Sunday, March 24). Based on the updates provided to us during this call, La Porte ISD schools will re-open on Monday, March 25, on a regular schedule. We thank you for your patience and look forward to seeing you tomorrow. Please click on the headline to see how we are preparing for school this coming week.
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A sobering lesson...

La Porte High School juniors and seniors on March 6 and 7 immersed themselves in a bevy of activities designed to prevent distracted driving, either by texting or getting behind the wheel while under the influence. Shattered Dreams is a large-scale biennial program that takes place the week before spring break, shortly before prom and other end-of-year activities. Click the photo below to see more photos from the 2019 Shattered Dreams program.
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Education commissioner announces STAAR End of Course (EOC) substitute assessment standards

If your child has taken the SAT/PSAT, ACT, AP or TSI exams and has a verifiable substitute assessment score, they may request that it be used in lieu of taking the appropriate EOC subject test. To substitute the qualifying assessment, students must make the request in writing to the campus counselor or testing coordinator no later than the week before each applicable EOC test window. Please click the headline for more information about the qualifying standards and scores.
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La Porte ISD and Edlio have released a new smartphone app that makes keeping up with district and campus news a breeze. ‘School News App’ replaces the existing LPISD app for iPhones and Android devices, and offers several features previously not available. (more…)
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A message from Superintendent Lloyd W. Graham regarding accountability ratings

As the Texas Education Agency released accountability ratings for schools and districts across the state, many Houston /Gulf Coast area schools received a “not rated” label due to Hurricane Harvey’s impact. Despite the fact that almost 500 homes in La Porte ISD were significantly damaged or destroyed as a result of the storm, La Porte ISD was not eligible to receive this waiver. (more...)
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