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Around the District...in Pictures: December 20, 2019

December 20, 2019

LEHS Choir at Mavs Game

Members of the LEHS Choir performed the National Anthem, under the direction of Hailey Vail, at the Dallas Mavericks Game on Wednesday night!

 

Watts, Brown, Tipton

Early Signing Day at LEHS! Congratulations to Ryan Watts who signed to play football at Ohio State University and Tyler Tipton who signed to play football at The University of Tulsa.

 

Brent Art Contest Finalists

Congratulations to the Brent Elementary Holiday Art Contest Finalists! See their artwork on Brent's website.

 

Prestwick Guitar Students

Prestwick STEM Academy guitar students performed Tuesday night, under the direction of the school's music teacher, Mariano Aguirre. See more pictures on Prestwick's Facebook page.

 

LEHS Students of the Month

Congratulations to the LEHS Students of the Month, Senior Pablo Lobato and Junior Celastine Wigington! 

 

Hackberry Students in Austin

Hackberry Elementary fourth graders enjoyed their Education in Action Field Trip to Austin! See more pictures on Hackberry's Facebook page.

 

LEHS SALC

The LEHS Student Athletic Leadership Council braved the cold on Monday to help deliver food throughout the community with LOVEPACS. Follow @littleelmsalc on Twitter.

 

Chavez Choir Students at Board Meeting

Chavez Elementary Choir students performed at the Board of Trustees Meeting Monday night.

 

Parent Education Academy Graduation

The Little Elm ISD Parent Education Academy wrapped up another successful semester! A new semester will start in February with many topics focused on academic success and family wellness. Learn more about the Parent Education Academy.

 

LMS Book Giveaway

The Lakeside Middle School staff set up a "Barnes & Noble Book Giveaway" to get books into students hands and homes before the holiday! Follow Lakeside Middle School on Facebook.

 

LEISDEF presents Check to Board

Thank you to the Little Elm ISD Education Foundation for presenting a check for more than $28,000, to the District that will pay for innovative teacher resources for the classroom!