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Lancaster ISD Recognizes September as Attendance Awareness Month

In September, schools, city agencies, community nonprofits, faith-based groups, businesses and others around the nation are committing time and resources to raise public awareness, map local attendance gaps and work with community partners to improve school attendance starting as soon as children enter school.
Lancaster ISD is joining a nationwide effort to celebrate Attendance Awareness Month in September and is pledging to raise awareness about the value of regular school attendance and focus on reducing chronic absenteeism in the new school year. Every year, the district joins the nation in encouraging students to get to class every day.
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A Message From School Board President, Ty G. Jones

Our district has had the good fortune to have been led by Dr. Mike McFarland for the past 7 years. During that time, our academic progress and improvement in fiscal management have led to the receipt many grant opportunities and the establishment of external partnerships. We can proudly say Lancaster ISD has received the highest accountability rating in the state and a record 37 TEA Academic Distinctions—more than any school district or charter school in the Best Southwest area. For four consecutive years, the district’s campuses have all met TEA standards. We have one of the highest graduation rates of the Best Southwest and charters schools and the highest percentage of Pre-K students enrolled in our area.

As you may know, the Crowley ISD Board of Trustees named Dr. Mike McFarland as its Lone Finalist for superintendent. We are happy for Dr. McFarland and wish him the best as he prepares to begin his work in Crowley ISD.
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Lancaster ISD Receives State’s Highest Accountability Rating, Campuses Earn 37 Academic Distinctions from the Texas Education Agency

The 2017 accountability scores were calculated from tests students took in December, March and May of the 2016-2017 school year. The district received a record 37 TEA Academic Distinctions—more than any school district or charter school in the Best Southwest area. This is the fourth year in a row that the district’s campuses have all met standard.
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