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Students viewing a presentation in planetarium
Dance team performing a routine
Students posing with principal, who is wrapped in toilet paper
Students holding fingers in L shape
Students running with
Woman giving graduate a congratulatory hug
Graduates walking toward their seats

Congratulations to sophomore Kayleigh Bland (right) for winning gold at the State Visual Arts Scholastic Event.  She is pictured with La Porte H.S. art teacher Christina Todaro.

Chatos dancers on stage during spring show
Students dancing at military ball
Two students working on flower bed in garden
Three female students holding up thumbs and forefingers in the shape of an L.
2017 Homecoming queen and king escorted by principal
Coach talking to football players on sideline

News & Announcements

District celebrates Alumni, Citizen Class of 2019 during Oct. 18 ceremony

La Porte Independent School District on October 18 honored four inductees during the Second Annual Distinguished Alumni & Distinguished Citizens ceremony and luncheon. The district honored Sonja Angelo, Britton Phillips, and the late Martha Love as its 2019 Distinguished Alumni class. Charlie Perry was recognized as the 2019 Distinguished Citizen.

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Board of Trustees approves pay raises for 2019-20

All La Porte ISD employees will receive a 4 percent pay raise in the coming fiscal year, while classroom teachers with six or more years of experience will receive a 4.5 percent hike. All classroom teachers will also receive a 2 percent stipend, as well as a performance incentive. (more...)

Schoppe wins Adidas Dream Mile

La Porte High School’s Ryan Schoppe can add the streets of Boston to his running résumé. And another victory. Schoppe on June 16 won the Adidas High School Dream Mile, an invitation-only race featuring some of the nation’s fastest distance runners.

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Upcoming Events

Holiday
Date: 11/25/2019
Location: All campuses and district offices closed
Thanksgiving Holiday!
Date: 11/25/2019, 2 PM 3 PM
Holiday
Date: 11/26/2019
Location: All campuses and district offices closed
Thanksgiving Holiday!
Date: 11/26/2019, 2 PM 3 PM
Holiday
Date: 11/27/2019
Location: All campuses and district offices closed