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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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Los Fresnos High School Commencement 2013

About 630 students walked across the stage at the Los Fresnos High School Commencement ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at Leo Aguilar Memorial Stadium. The total graduates included 67 students who completed requirements for graduation in December. Past Commencement ceremonies had the stage facing the 5,000 seats on the home side of Leo […]

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Student Spotlight: Jacob Boles is Quiet, but is Academic Star

Jacob Boles likes to keep a low profile. The third-ranked student at Los Fresnos High School focuses on two things: his schoolwork and the Seattle Mariners from Major League Baseball. He is not your typical teenager. Jacob is quiet, unassuming, reads fiction books. He has the special talent of being able to digest and comprehend […]

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District Teachers of the Year

Beatrice Carlos and Shelby Crouch were named Los Fresnos CISD Teachers of the Year Beatrice Carlos and Shelby Crouch will be the Los Fresnos CISD representatives to the Region I Teacher of the Year, highlighting the Employee Awards Banquet Friday at Los Fresnos United campus. Carlos, who teaches at the College, Career and Technology Academy, […]

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Diana Cabrera Earns Lucrative Gates Millenium Scholarship

LFHS senior Diana Cabrera, ranked in the top 10 of her class, has been selected as one of 1,000 Gates Millennium Scholars. GMS, one of the most prestigious and lucrative scholarships in the nation, is based on strong leadership, community service and academic achievements. More than 54,000 students applied. With the GMS, all of Cabrera’s […]

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LFHS Presented Inspiration Award by College Board

Los Fresnos High School has been named a 2013 Gaston Caperton Inspiration Award school by the College Board for providing low-income students with the support they need to succeed academically. College Board representatives will present the award to Los Fresnos High School at a celebratory event at 9 a.m. Tuesday on the school’s campus attended […]

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Londrie, Villarreal, Garza, Tudon Approved for New LFCISD Administrative Positions

Trustees Nominate Salazar for Superintendent of Year Award Valerie Londrie and Joseph Villarreal were named Assistant Executive Directors for Academics, in action approved by the Los Fresnos CISD Board of Trustees at Monday’s meeting. Londrie is currently principal at Olmito Elementary, and Villarreal is principal at Los Fresnos United. Both will continue to serve as […]

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Liberty Memorial Band Earns Sweepstakes, Superior Rating

The Liberty Memorial Middle School Honor Band under the direction of Mr. Brian Kuntz with help from Mr. Michael Garcia, performed at the UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest and earned a Sweepstakes trophy which is the highest honor in the competition.  Additionally, the Liberty Honor Band traveled to Corpus Christi and earned Superior ratings […]

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Los Fresnos High School to Be Honored by the College Board

Award Celebrates High Schools Promoting High Standards for Student Achievement, Doing Exceptional Work in College and Career Readiness NEW YORK — Students, educators, administrators, parents, community leaders and College Board representatives will gather at 9 a.m. CDT Tuesday, May 14, at Los Fresnos High School in Los Fresnos, Texas for a celebratory event as the […]

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Villareal Elementary Plants Tree in Honor of Gabriel Vela

Villareal Elementary held special Arbor Week Tree-Planting ceremony Friday morning in honor of Gabriel Vela, who was a very active parent and supporter of the school. Vela was killed in a traffic accident in November 2012. He and two of his brothers had done numerous volunteer projects at the school for several years. The three […]

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