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Lubbock-Cooper ISD will operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Wednesday, January 25. Buses will run on pavement only, also on a two-hour delay.
We encourage drivers to utilize the delay to allow themselves plenty of travel time to campuses, and to please use extra caution.
Snow Day, LCP-style! ❄️☃️
Tonight's LCHS basketball games versus Lubbock High have been canceled. Varsity makeup games are rescheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, January 25 at 5:00pm and 6:30pm.
Tonight’s wrestling meet between LBMS and LCMS (hosted at LCMS) has been canceled.
Due to inclement weather and poor road conditions, Lubbock-Cooper ISD has canceled school today, Tuesday, January 24. Stay safe and warm, LCP family!
Boys and Girls Soccer games to be played tomorrow, Tuesday, January 24, have been canceled.
These games will not be rescheduled.
Congratulations to LCHS DECA Chapter members! ALL 25 members have advanced to the Texas DECA State Competition in March, and three members will represent District 8 as officers! We are so proud of these Pirates!
LCISD students in PK-8th grade can adopt a Lady Pirate Softball player for the upcoming season! The cost is $50, which includes a t-shirt that will admit your child into home softball games. For more information and to print a registration form, click the link. Adopt-a-Pirate assignments will be made in the order registration form and payment are received. The deadline is Tuesday, February 7. If you have questions about the Adopt-a-Pirate program, please contact Courtney Pesterfield at firstname.lastname@example.org
January is Texas School Board Recognition Month, and we are grateful for the opportunity to honor the LCISD Board of Trustees! This group guides our district with dedication, integrity, and a love for our students and staff. We think they're the best of the best, and so does the rest of Texas! They were recently named the 2022 Region 17 School Board of the Year AND one of just five 2022 TASA Honor School Boards in the state!
Thank you, LCISD Trustees, for all you do for the LCP family!
Looking to add some new dance moves to your repertoire? Mrs. Brown's Central Pirates have created motions to match rhythms. They correspond with silly phrases like "gummy fish," "jelly pig," "yum yum gum gum," and "squishy squashy chewy toffee!"
Ms. Nichols' South Elementary Pirates are practicing random acts of kindness! They wrote notes of gratitude to Officer Wuensche for always keeping them safe!
Ms. McKay's South Elementary second graders had a collaborative discussion about Dr. Martin Luther King, his life, and his wisdom. They then split into groups and created a timeline of his life. We are so impressed by their knowledge!
One of the many objectives of the Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation is to invest in the future of LCISD students - in part through awarding scholarships to deserving seniors seeking to further their education.
LCISD seniors at Lubbock-Cooper High School and New Hope Academy are encouraged to apply for the 2023 Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation Scholarship.
This is a great opportunity for our hard-working students to get a head start on funding for college or trade/technical school! Students can complete the online application at https://url.lcisd.net/lcef2023
. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, February 21, 2023.