This morning we were made aware of a rumor that a specific student had brought a gun to La Porte Junior High School. The administration and La Porte Police Department immediately investigated the situation thoroughly and have found that this was indeed just a rumor. Please know that the safety and well-being of all of our students and staff are always our top priority, and we will always take any information about a threat very seriously. If you have questions or particular concerns, please contact your school principal.
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.
LPISD is implementing a new student ID badge system at all elementary schools. Each student will be receiving a student ID card and lanyard that will need to be worn to and from school. The students will be using these ID cards to travel on the school bus, check out books in the library, to use in the cafeteria if purchasing breakfast or lunch and for general identification purposes while on campus. Please remind your child to wear it to school each day. Thank you for helping us make safety a priority.
Student Identification (ID) Badge Requirements
The district provides each student with an identification badge that must be worn at all times. Student badges are encrypted with student identification information.
If the student should lose the badge, a new one must be purchased for $5.00. Campus administration can elect to take disciplinary action for failure to wear the ID badge, following the LPISD District Code of Conduct.