All Lamesa ISD students who do not already receive SNAP benefits. You DO qualify for this benefit of up to $285 per student by simply going online and filling out a very simple application for each student. Remember that you DO receive free meals from Lamesa ISD since all of our kids do. You will need your child's student ID. You can get that by logging on to Family Access and clicking on Student Info. The "OTHER ID" is your Student ID and will be listed under your child's picture. If you have questions please call your child's campus and they can help you with their student id. Please click this link to go to the application: https://yourtexasbenefits.com/Learn/PEBT
The Lamesa ISD Auction ends this Wednesday, June 3rd at 3:00PM! Visit www.renebates.com to see items in the auction.
Join the Tornado Family! Do you have a bachelors degree and want to be a part of greatness? Visit our website at www.lamesaisd.net for opportunities or email Chris Riggins for more information.
Lamesa ISD will kick off our online auction today! Go to www.renebates.com to see the available items. The auction will run like last Summer's auction and will close on June 3rd at 3:00PM!. Tell your friends!
Stuck at home? Make sure to fill out your #2020Census online! Your answers to the census questionnaire create the data for cities and states to receive federal funding for resources and programs to improve roads, create jobs, and so much more. #ShapeYourFuture www.2020census.gov
Attention Seniors! Submit a photo of yourself with showcasing your accomplishments and goals and let us celebrate you! Email your photo to email@example.com!
The South Plains FCA wants to serve our coaches, FCA Huddle Leaders, parents, and students during these UNUSUAL times. Join us next Monday, April 13th at 7:00PM on YouTube! https://bre.is/WQdK6qsJ
Did you know that washing your hands with soap & water eliminates #Coronavirus molecules preventing the virus from infecting you & others? The same is true when you disinfect surfaces. Science says it works. https://bit.ly/2w7TGAJ #COVID19 #txed #StayWellTexas
The Lamesa ISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon.
As you may have heard, Governer Abbott has extended school closures through May 4th. Lamesa ISD will continue to support our families with distance learning and curbside meals until we are able to resume school normally. Please remember that our offices are staffed and we are answering your phone calls should any questions arise. Stay safe and healthy, Tors! We miss you! 🌪 #TorStrong #WeAreLamesa
Please click on the link below and take the home internet survey. All parents are highly encouraged to participate https://forms.gle/tDVzHYxQUm9x6fSF9
LISD has developed a disease/infection protocol to help us respond to the COVID-19 virus. We are currently at Level 2 which includes restricting unnecessary travel. We have also developed a COVID-19 link on our website for community access to information. https://bre.is/mYkddfEY
Congratulations to Tornado Powerlifting! 2020 Region 1 Division 2 Regional Powerlifting Results: Makayla Gonzales Placed 8th in 198 Weight Division Squat: 250lbs Bench: 145lbs Deadlift: 280lbs Totaled: 675lbs Jocelyn Marroquin Placed 4th (tied for 3rd) in 105 Weight Division Squat: 200lbs Bench: 105lbs Deadlift: 230lbs Totaled: 535lbs Jocelyn was 1.5lbs in Body Weight from placing 3rd Overall. Super proud of both girls! They both competed well on one of the biggest stages in Powerlifting.
In honor of Texas Independence coming up March 2nd Veenendaal and Hood’s students have been researching all about Texas. We took virtual tours of TX landmarks including the Capital. We had a special guest who works in the Capital come visit our class today. The students had the opportunity to interview Senator Charles Perry. Thank you Mr. Perry for your time today.
Today’s softball games vs Brownfield are cancelled due to Brownfield playing in the playoffs.
Great things are happening at Lamesa ISD! The Golden Tornado Band participated in the Region 16 solo and ensemble contest Saturday, February 22nd. The following are the results, Earle of Oxford Marche ( brass) 1st division, Earle of Oxford Marche (brass) 1st Division, Ronde des Princesses (Clarinet choir)1st division, and Concerto Grosso (oboe solo). Go Tors!
Congratulations to Tornado Powerlifting on their great results from Thursday’s Powerlifting Meet @ Slaton! 🌪🏋🏻 Jocelyn Marroquin placed 2nd in 105 Weight Class - 3rd Overall Pound for Pound in Light Division Eileen Martinez placed 5th in 132 Weight Class Alyse Galindo placed 4th in 181 Weight Class Makayla Gonzales placed 2nd in 198 Weight Class Elena Puente placed 4th in 198 Weight Class Girls placed 4th Overall as a Team!
2020 Powerlifting shirts are now available! You pay order online at https://gogearonline.com/lamesa-powerlifting-19-20 or turn your order form in to Coach Gonzales at LHS. For more information, email Mario Gonzales at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sara Gonzales at email@example.com.
Great things are happening at Lamesa ISD! The following students participated in ATSSB Honor Band All-Region Auditions on Saturday and qualified for the Area Auditions in January. This audition will select students to advance to the ATSSB All-State Band. Ean Salinas - 4A Area Qualifier Clarinet Helen Vargas - 4A Area Qualifier Clarinet Shaina Bhakta - 4A Area Qualifier Oboe Gavin Saenz - 4A Area Alternate Tuba
Great things are happening at Lamesa ISD! These four LHS craftsmen show off the bookshelf they built for Mrs. Washington in Mr. Vara's shop class!
Great things are happening at Lamesa ISD!Mrs. Roberts at South Elementary have started a Young Ladies’ League and kicked off the year with an initiation tea party! The mission these young ladies have been asked to uphold is to lead with servants’ hearts! We will serve others within our campus, district, and community throughout the year! 🌪
Great things are happening at Lamesa ISD! Lamesa FFA represented well at the South Plains Fair Livestock Show. Sagen Oaks placed 3rd in fine wool and placed in fine wool cross, Isabelle Moreau placed 2nd in fine wool and was Reserve Champion, Michaela Riggins placed 6th in medium wool and Riley Davis placed in medium wool.
Thank you to all the sponsors, teams, LHS culinary students, and individuals who participated or helped with the 1st Annual Lamesa Booster Club Glow Golf Tournament. Congratulations to Clint Kunkel, Brant Stewart, Ron Mann, and Ricky Webb on 1st Place! We appreciate all that the Lamesa Booster Club and Lamesa Community does for our Tors! 🌪
Attention LMS Parents!! Due to upcoming construction that will occur at LMS, we are adjusting our morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up locations to assist with an efficient, safe, and orderly environment. The changes will take place on MONDAY, 8/19/19. On Monday, ALL PARENT Drop-off and Pick-up will take place in the NE Follis Parking Lot. Cones and traffic directions have been marked. The SW Parking Lot at the Front Entrance will be a BUS ONLY LANE. Please refer to the attached image for locations. Thank you for your assistance and patience as we continue to improve LMS.
Lamesa Middle School was proud to host law enforcement officers as they went through their final scenario of a 40 hour course designed to teach new negotiators the basics of hostage negotiations. Officers from six different agencies attended this course, with one officer traveling from as far as Flower Mound.