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Upcoming  LFCISD Activities

Monday, June 10 to Thursday, July 25:  District Service Center staff begins four-day work week. Offices will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday (30-minute lunch for employees). Offices will be closed on Fridays. July 4: Independence Day holiday. Offices closed. July 8-19: EOC Assessment Window. July 8: EOC English I […]

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Board Approves Three Teachers

Trustees approved three teaching positions during the Regular School Board Meeting Monday. Teachers approved include: Stephanie Irving, Special Education Teacher, Los Cuates Middle School Alyssa Perales, Special Education Teacher, Olmito Elementary School Alejandro Troncoso, Special Education Teacher, Los Cuates Middle School Action Items Trustees took the following action: Adopted Policy CLC (LOCAL) on Second Reading. […]

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District Improvement Plan Presented to Board

Trustees Approve Six Strategy Changes in Presentation by Ada Amaro-Sibaja Executive Director for Support Services Ada Amaro-Sibaja presented the 2013-14 District Improvement plan to the Board of Trustees, highlighting changes from 2012-13 at their meeting held Monday, June 10. Some of the changes include changes in the strategies within six of the 10 District Goals. […]

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Celebrate 4th of July in Los Fresnos!

Thursday, July 4th • 3:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. Los Fresnos Memorial Park Across from the LF High School Free Water Rides Free Swimming Pool Access Free Watermelon Slices Free Entertainment Contest & Games Free Snow Cones  

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Police vs. Fire Fighters Rib-Eating Contest

Harlingen, TX – Saturday, June 29th Texas Roadhouse will host its first Rib Fest: Police and Fire Challenge from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Harlingen Police Chief Tom Whitten and Harlingen Fire Chief Mike Rinaldi will each lead a team of 5 men in a relay style rib eating challenge competing for their charity of choice. […]

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Alumnus to Sharpen Skills Working on Master’s Degree at Harvard

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS – JUNE 10, 2013 – Ricardo “Rico” Delgado said he is ready to get back into the classroom and be a student again – this time at Harvard University. Delgado, a December 2010 graduate of The University of Texas at Brownsville, is in his first year of a three-year program with Harvard University […]

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Birding Research Project Underway by Children in Brownsville

The Brite Minds Summer Enrichment Program at The Children’s Museum of Brownsville will be conducting a Citizen Science Research Project for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology on Tuesday, June 18. The project is called “Celebrate Urban Birds” (Celebra las Aves Urbanas). Students will pick an area that is about 50 feet X 50 feet and […]

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First Annual Freedom Run to Benefit American Legion Post 632

Mid Valley Events will be holding the first annual Freedom Run 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run on Saturday, July 6th, in Laureles County Park. The run is a benefit with all proceeds going toward American Legion Post 632 for a new roof, repairs and a support center for veterans. Laureles County Park is […]

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Boys and Girls Pediatric Clinic Ribbon Cutting

Offering New Services to Community On May 30th The Boys and Girls Pediatric Clinic celebrated a Ribbon Cutting with Community Leaders, Business owners and the Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Vahid Mirafzali dedicated this beautiful facility to his wife, Cecilia Felix Mirafzali who lost her life in Mexico on May 6, 2004 while serving the poor. […]

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City and Chamber of Commerce Experiencing Growth

The Los Fresnos Chamber of Commerce General Meeting held three Guest speakers.  The first was the LFCISD Migrant program, Ms. Ida Vasquez. Ms. Vasquez explained a bit about what the program is about and what it does.  She also explained how the program helps many of our students and families benefit from the program. You […]

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