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The mission of Little Elm ISD is to...ENGAGE, EQUIP, and EMPOWER each student to realize their full potential.We are all Lobos!
Little Elm ISD encompasses 40 square miles in the SE corner of Denton County along 62 miles of shoreline of Lake Lewisville. One of the fastest growing districts in the state of Texas, we serve students who reside in the communities of Little Elm, Frisco, Hackberry, Lakewood Village, The Colony, and Oak Point.
Our community maintains a "small town" feeling, yet because of our close proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, our teachers and students have access to the same resources as many large communities.
We project more than 7,500 students for the 2016-2017 school year with a continued 5% annual growth.
Oak Point Elementary
Colin Powell Sixth Grade Center
Lakeside Middle School
Little Elm High School
Little Elm Independent School District
Zellars Center for Learning and Leadership
300 Lobo Lane
Little Elm, TX 75068
The Texas Accountability System Beginning in 2013, the Texas Accountability System is comprised of four indexes and the Community and Student Engagement and Compliance Rating. The four indices are a compilation of performance on several State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) tests given in grades 3-8 and for certain high school courses as well as participation and performance on the SAT, ACT and Advanced Placement tests.
Index 1 -- Student Achievement
Index 2 -- Student Progress
Index 3 -- Closing Performance Gaps
Index 4 -- Postsecondary Readiness
The previous state ratings of Exemplary, Recognized, and Acceptable are no longer awarded. In the new accountability system, campuses and districts can be classified as:
Met Alternative Standard
Did You Know...
Little Elm ISD features:
- One-to-One Digital Learning in grades 4-12 provides students with a laptop for the year
- STEM focus District-wide
- College-going culture District-wide
- Dual Credit partnerships with four universities, students earn college credit while in high school
- Advanced Placement program
- Compacted Math – accelerated math beginning in 6th grade
- Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) - program predictive of ACT and SAT college readiness and indicators for intervention beginning as early as 5th grade
- Career and Technical Education – Career exploration and future “readiness”
- Dual Language at Hackberry and Oak Point Elementary Schools (with a third campus added 2017-2018)
- Project-Based Learning on five campuses
- Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) on four campuses, fifth campus added 2017-2018
- Academic Decathlon (first year at LEHS) took 6th place at State
- Academic Pentathlon at Lakeside Middle School
- Professional Learning for staff recognized state-wide
- 73% of LEISD teachers have more than six years of experience in the classroom.
- Award-winning Choir, Band, Theater and Fine Arts programs
- Competitive 5A UIL Athletic teams with focus on academics, leadership, discipline, and time management
- Destination Imagination
- Kids Who Code
- Project Lead the Way
- LiiNK program - more physical activity and unstructured play increases academic performance
- Internationally-recognized Vynami Café, operated by LEHS Special Education students