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Around the District...in Pictures: February 22, 2019

February 22, 2019

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Prestwick STEM Academy hosted the VEX Robotics IQ Challenge on Saturday. See more pictures on Prestwick's Twitter page.

 

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The Little Elm ISD Excellence Express visisted each campus Friday to honor (and suprise) the Lobos of the Year for the 2018-2019 school year. The winners were posted on Twitter throughout the day, take a look to see who won at each campus!

 

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Congratulations to the LEHS Girls powerlifters that are headed to the Regional Meet next week! Follow @LE_POWERLIFTING on Twitter.

 

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Congratulations to LEHS Senior, Courtnee Locke! She signed to further her basketball career at Dallas Christian College! Follow @LELADYLOBOHOOPS on Twitter.

 

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Congratulations to the 7th-grade girls basketball team for finishing third in the District Tournament! Follow Lakeside Middle School on Facebook.

 

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Lobo fans supported the LEHS varsity boys basketball team in their Bi-District win against Grapevine Tuesday night!!

 

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Thank you Hackberry parent, Michael Whitehead, for your willingness to volunteer and serve the teachers and students of Hackberry! He is currently building a stage for the commons area that will be used during the campus house meetings and celebrations. Follow Hackberry Elementary on Facebook.

 

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Members of LEHS DECA served ice cream to students and staff at Prestwick STEM Academy on Tuesday. Prestwick's 6th-8th grade won the secondary food drive contest in October.

 

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Thank you to Frisco Lakes Veterans Memorial Association for your generous donation in support of our Lobo Band.

 

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Thank you CoServ for your commitment and good stewardship of taxpayer money. The District received a capital credit allocated retirement payment of nearly $39,000. We are grateful for our partnership in education!

 

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Because of your continued support, 260 Little Elm ISD angels were able to open Christmas gifts! Thank you to our community partners, 100 Little Elm ISD employees, Crossing Church, Stonebrook Pediatric Dentistry, RTI, Stonebriar Church, Little Elm Firefighters Associations, DECA, Krystin Garza, and Dr. Cyndy Mika. A very special thank you to the residents of Wynnwood Haven Estates who have participated in Angel Tree for 20 years.