It has been a very rewarding and successful semester at Liberty Hill ISD. Our students have accomplished some amazing things. The Vision of LHISD is Building Champions in Academics Character and Community. We certainly have seen our students fulfill that vision this year.
Here are some of the accomplishments:
BUILDING CHAMPIONS IN ACADEMICS
LHHS Robotics reached the UIL BEST Robotics state meet and walked away with lots of hardware.
2 Perfect Scores on the ACT.
Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) won 1st place at the state competition.
ALL LHISD schools improved their scores on STAAR. The state did not release ratings, but "unofficial" ratings show great success.
All elementary schools competed in UIL Academics.
All elementary schools competed in a Spelling Bee.
FFA achieved success at the state level.
TAFE sending students to state.
Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) achieved success and are sending 25 students to state competition.
Agriculture students won awards at county competition.
The Success Academy graduated 35 students this semester.
BUILDING CHAMPIONS INCHARACTER
Campuses have implemented a new character education program based on the LHISD L.E.A.D.S. Portrait of a Panther Learner.
BUILDING CHAMPIONS INCOMMUNITY
Annual Thanksgiving lunches took place on all campuses. Collectively, the CNS department served 7,370 lunches during that week.
Elementary Schools partnered with Williamson County to collect books for children.
New Police Chief Rybarski and the LHISD Police Department partnered with the city PD on a toy drive for kids.
Officer Bretfelean received the Champions in Action Award for his life saving actions in the fall.
Transportation member, Chase Roberts, received the Champions in Action Award, for going above the call of duty when servicing our PD fleet.
LHMS strengthened their student service projects.
Liberty Hill High Schools has seen great success in Student Programs this year.
LHHS Volleyball reached the UIL State Final match earning a Silver Medal!
LHHS made the UIL State Marching Competition for the 1st time in 40 years!
LHHS Football reached the State Semi-Finals for the 4th year in a row earning a bronze medal.
LHHS Cheerleaders finished in the top 20 at the UIL State Spirit Competition.
LHHS Team Tennis made the playoffs.
Both Girls (27-0) and Boys Basketball (18-5) are off to a great start.
LHHS started a Wrestling Program and is competing well.
STUDENT SUCCESS. We are excited to see academic success in our district this fall, and there have been numerous student accomplishments and accolades. None of this would be possible without the dedicated teachers and staff who pour into our students each day. Your commitment to best practices, professional development, and PLC improvement has produced tangible and measurable growth for our students. Thank you for all that you do to ensure our students are equipped and empowered for success.
GROWTH. Around the district, LHISD continues to see unprecedented growth. This year our enrollment has increased by around 1000 students over last January for a total enrollment of 8,879. That is a 12% growth and puts LHISD percentage-wise as one of the fastest-growing districts in the state. Last year we saw a 14% growth. That growth has continued the need for more construction and more schools. Last year the Long-Range Planning Committee recommended a May bond, and our community passed it by the highest percentage of any large bond statewide. We are grateful for the support of the community. Our current demographic projections show that LHISD is 4th in total house closings over the past 12 months behind Georgetown, Hays, and Leander. The projections have us growing in enrollment by close to 18,000 by 2033, and currently have projected 8,200 future single-family houses in some form of construction planning.
CONSTRUCTION. This year LHISD opened Elementary #6, Bar W, and the finished expansion of Santa Rita Middle School, Liberty Hill Elementary, and Noble Elementary. Liberty Hill Middle School has finished phase one of its expansion and is continuing construction. This January, the new 6th-grade science labs will be finished. The new year will also be very exciting as we are opening Legacy Ranch High School in the fall of 2024 and Tierra Rosa Elementary School in Santa Rita Ranch. We will also break ground on a new transportation center, Elementary #8, and renovate buildings for a new 18+ and a new technology building. For a more comprehensive look at construction projects, go towww.libertyhillisdbond.com/bondatwork
My family wishes you a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year. Most importantly, we hope that you are blessed and surrounded by family and friends this year.
Welcome back Liberty Hill Community!
Proposed Attendance Zone Community Forum
Mark your calendars and join us for an important come-and-go event where we can discuss the future of Liberty Hill ISD!
During this forum, you will have an opportunity to learn about potential attendance zone boundary adjustments within Liberty Hill ISD and to provide valuable feedback. The agenda is designed to focus on:
Exploring Potential Boundary Adjustments: Discuss prospective adjustments to attendance zone boundaries for our schools.
Gathering Community Input: Your perspectives and insights are essential. We encourage you to share your thoughts and considerations regarding potential boundary changes.
Collaborative Planning: Emphasize collaborative efforts to ensure fair and effective attendance zone arrangements that benefit our entire community.
Thank you for your ongoing support and dedication to Liberty Hill ISD. For any queries or additional information, please don't hesitate to contact us. We eagerly anticipate your presence and active participation in this community forum.
In-person: Thursday, January 25, "Come-and-Go" style between 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Santa Rita Elementary School
Thank you Liberty Hill for voting yes for our Bonds! Now learn about completed projects, and stay up-to-date on current Bond projects by visiting our Bond@Work website!
Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
Honoring Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Today and every day, Liberty Hill ISD stands united in gratitude for our amazing Liberty Hill ISD Police Officers and our partnership with the local Police Department. Thank you for keeping our schools and community safe. #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay
Adding to the joy of celebrating our law enforcement officers, please join us in welcoming our newest officer, Tracy Riley to the Liberty Hill ISD family! Officer Riley completed his swearing in on Tuesday, Jan. 16 and will be assigned to Noble Elementary School.
Cheer Places at State
We are so proud of our cheer team for advancing to the 5A finals, having two great performances, and winning the Best Fight Song for their division at the state competition. These coaches and students truly embody what it means to be a Liberty Hill High School Panther!
DECA Qualifies for State Competition
Congratulations to the 25 students who advanced to the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) State Career Development Conference. They will compete in Houston February 15-17.
Board Approves Academic Calendar Change
The Board approved an academic calendar change at the Nov. 13 Board meeting. The following dates will now be student holidays (no classes)/staff development days in order to support teachers needing time for training and classwork preparation.
Liberty Hill ISD Anonymous Tip Line | See It. Report It. 📲
The LHISD Anonymous Reporting System, which can be found on all campus and district websites and our mobile app, allows you to submit secure, anonymous safety concerns to help someone who may hurt themselves or others.
Superintendent of Liberty Hill ISD
Liberty Hill ISD. Building Champions in Academics, Character, and Community