Congratulations to LCMS student Kendall Rayfield, who won GRAND CHAMPION Simmental Breeding Heifer along with a $10,000 scholarship at the San Antonio Stock Show! We're so proud of Kendall and her hard work and incredible dedication - what an achievement! 🏆 🐄 🎉 #LCPfamily
The Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation and First United Bank are pleased to present Aaron Watson with special guest Jenna Paulette on April 11 at Cook's Garage! Serving as the Foundation's premier fundraising event, this annual spring concert has raised more than $1 million to date for Lubbock-Cooper students and teachers!
Tickets are available now (https://url.lcisd.net/e3l
) in addition to table sponsorship opportunities! If you are interested in a table sponsorship, email email@example.com
for more information!
Due to inclement weather and the potential for increasingly hazardous road conditions overnight, Lubbock-Cooper ISD will operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Monday, February 12. Buses will run on pavement only, also on a two-hour delay.
We encourage drivers to utilize the delay to allow themselves plenty of travel time to campuses, and we urge drivers to be very cautious.
The Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation and First United Bank are pleased to present Aaron Watson on April 11 at Cook's Garage! Serving as the Foundation's premier fundraising event, this annual spring concert has raised more than $1 million to date for Lubbock-Cooper students and teachers! We hope you'll join us - tickets are available now!
Christmas Break is December 22-January 8!
Thursday, December 21 is an early release day on all campuses (12:00 p.m. for elementary, 12:45 p.m. for secondary).
Monday, January 8 is a student holiday and staff professional development day.
Enjoy the break, LCP family!
Shoutout to our latest recipient of the Happy Award, LCMS' Kelli Thummel! Sponsored by Happy State Bank, the Happy Award is reserved for LCISD employees who go above and beyond to serve students and our school community while spreading joy and positivity! #LCPfamily
LCMS NJHS members organized a Giving Tree and were able to donate over 112 pairs of socks to Communities in Schools just in time for the distribution of the organization's annual Christmas boxes! Way to go, Pirates! #LCPfamily #giveback
The funeral for Lubbock Firefighter Matt Dawson is scheduled for the afternoon of Monday, December 4. He will be laid to rest at Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park (just north of Lubbock-Cooper High School) following the funeral service.
A very high number of service attendees is anticipated, in addition to several large emergency operations vehicles. The funeral procession into the cemetery will likely fall during or near dismissal time for Lubbock-Cooper High School, and TxDOT plans to temporarily block off the north portion of Loop 493 to allow the lengthy procession to safely and efficiently enter the cemetery.
For the safety of LCHS students and service attendees, and to assist in easing traffic along Loop 493 before and during the graveside service, Lubbock-Cooper High School will dismiss at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, December 4. The bell schedule will be adjusted to accommodate this early release. Lunch will still be served for LCHS students, and LCHS bus routes will run on this early release schedule (approximately two hours ahead of usual route times).
The north portion of Loop 493 (from the Woodrow Volunteer Fire Department north) will be closed once Lubbock-Cooper High School has emptied; at approximately 2:30 p.m. This will affect parents traveling south on Highway 87 to pick up students from South Elementary and Lubbock-Cooper Middle School (both campuses will dismiss at their regular time). If you normally travel to the South Elementary or LCMS campuses via Highway 87 and the Loop 493 exit, please use the WOODROW ROAD exit on Monday.
The thoughts and prayers of the entire LCP family are with the Dawsons and the Lubbock Fire Department.