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LFHS Top 10 Spotlight: Emma Stambaugh

Parents: Larry and Michelle Stambaugh Siblings: Jacob (20), Stella (16), Karla (16) Previously: Villareal Elementary (K-3), Los Fresnos Elementary (Grades 4-5), Liberty Memorial Middle School (Grades 6-7), Resaca Middle School (Grade 8) College: The University of Texas at Austin Major: Finance with a minor in international business and Spanish Inspiration for academic success: Seeing my brother Jacob’s success and the endless […]

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LFHS Top 10 Spotlight: Jose Carlos

Parents:Maribel Contreras and Jose Carlos Siblings:Yadira Guadalupe Carlos (15) and Manuel Carlos (7) Previously:Las Yescas Elementary, Liberty Memorial Middle School College: Columbia University, Georgetown University, or the University of Texas at Austin Major: History Inspiration for academic success: Seeing my parents overcome all sorts of challenges to guarantee that I have an education is really inspiring and has […]

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LFHS Top 10 Student Spotlight: Robert Waters

Parents: D. Bruce Waters and Karen Kutscher Waters Siblings: Bruce K Waters (21), Morgan K. Waters (20) and Karen K. Waters (16) Previously: Rio Hondo Elementary (PK to Grades 2), Las Yescas Elementary (3-5), St. Paul Lutheran Academy (6) and Liberty Memorial Middle School (7-8) College: Texas A&M University Major: Chemical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering Inspiration for academic success: I am a […]

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LFHS Top 10 Student Spotlight: Chris Rivera

Parents: Noemi Salas and Juan Rivera Siblings: Luis Rivera (16) Previously: Olmito Elementary, Resaca Middle School (Grade 6) and IDEA Brownsville (Grades 7 and 8) College: The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley Major: Entrepreneurship and International Business Study habits: My mother always exemplified success through productive, consistent, and honorable habits. Growing up, I realized that I had to redefine what […]

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LFHS Top 10 Student Spotlight: Alyssa M. Peralez

Parents: Carol Ann and Daniel Peralez Siblings: Chelsea Ann Peralez (21) and Allan Daniel Peralez (13) Previously: Laureles Elementary (Pre-K to 4), Dora Romero Elementary (5), Liberty Memorial Middle School College: The University of Houston Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders (Minor in American Sign Language Interpreting) Inspiration for academic success: The two people who have inspired me to do […]

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LFHS/LFU Take UIL Academics District Title

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD For the second straight year, Los Fresnos High School and Los Fresnos United students captured the UIL Academics District 32-6A championship Saturday in Brownsville. LFHS/LFU defended its title by outscoring the competition with students who placed between first and sixth place contributing to the team trophy. Twenty-one students from LFHS/LFU qualified for […]

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Salazar Named to TED-Ed Innovative Program

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Los Fresnos CISD Superintendent of Schools Gonzalo  Salazar has been selected to the elite TED-Ed Innovative program. Sixteen educators from around the world were chosen for the year-long professional development program for dynamic educators who are dedicated to celebrating the ideas of students and teachers around the world. “My professional objective has […]

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Students Take Water Samples on Trip to Falcon Pond

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Middle school students taking Project Lead the Way Energy and Environment classes took a field trip to Los Fresnos High School Wednesday to learn about different types of water pollution. There is wetlands ecosystem in front of Los Fresnos High School, which was part of a resaca at one time. It is […]

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All Nine LFCISD Elementary Schools Receive PLTW Award

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD All nine Los Fresnos CISD elementary schools have received the 2018-19 Project Lead the Way Distinguished School designation for the Project Launch program. Only 214 elementary schools across the U.S. received the honor. Out of only 14 Texas elementary schools selected for the award, nine were Los Fresnos CISD schools. Two of the […]

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Falcon Law Students to Attend State Conference

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Ten Los Fresnos High School students have qualified to compete at the Texas Public Service Association state conference March 28-29 at the Brazos County Expo Complex in Bryan. The mission of the Texas Public Service Association is to promote law, public safety, corrections, and security. Students gain knowledge, skills, leadership, and student […]

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