La Porte Independent School District on October 26 will honor four former students during the inaugural Distinguished Alumni & Distinguished Citizen ceremony and luncheon. The district will honor Kerron Clement, Gene Washington and Russell Ybarra as its 2018 Distinguished Alumni class. Jesse T. Garcia will be honored posthumously as the 2018 Distinguished Citizen.
La Porte ISD specialists and representatives from public agencies will be on hand to discuss services available for students with disabilities. This free event will include refreshments and a children's play area. (more...)
On a course described as “very tough” and “full of hills” by La Porte High School cross country coach Zach Johnson, junior Ryan Schoppe on September 8 managed to grab the state’s fastest 5K time of the young season. (more...)
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Mark your calendar! The La Porte Health & Safety Fair will feature lots of fun and freebies. Click on the headline for more information.
After winning the 3,200-meter run gold in May at the UIL State Track & Field Meet, La Porte High School junior Ryan Schoppe on Sept. 1 posted the country’s fastest 5K time of the young 2018 fall cross country season, at 15:13. (more...)
Students, family members and/or concerned citizens can use this system to make an anonymous report regarding any issue that may impact the safety and well-being of any student at La Porte ISD. If the situation is an emergency, please dial 911. (more...)
We have become aware of a growing trend in which drugs are being baked into brownies and colorful, fruit-flavored cereal treats. Because the safety of our students is our top priority, we want to make sure that our parents are informed. (more...)