Author: Daniel Cernero

Bond & Construction Projects

As a fast-growth district, Leander ISD has been in a continual state of building for more than 20 years. The funding source differs from project to project. Most recently, in May 2023, LISD passed all three propositions of a...

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Bond 2023: Overview

May 8, 2023: Voters Pass May 2023 Bond Referendum By approving Proposition A, Leander ISD has the ability to implement safety and security measures required by the Texas Education Agency at every campus.  Modernization...

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Running for the Leander ISD School Board FAQs

How many members are on the Leander ISD School Board and how long do they serve? The Board consists of seven members serving terms of four years, with elections held on the November uniform election date in even numbered years....

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Election Reminder for Staff

Léelo en español aquí As election season approaches, it is a good time to remind everyone that school district employees are prohibited from using district resources to advocate for or against a particular candidate, party, or...

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Community-Based Accountability System (CBAS)

A Community-Based Accountability System (CBAS) empowers our #1LISD community, students, parents, and educators to design their own assessment and accountability systems. Developed from community input, it’s part of our five-year Strategic Plan, outlining goals and strategies measured by CBAS.

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Bond 2023: Results

Results are considered unofficial until the LISD Board of Trustees canvasses final vote totals provided by the counties for the May 16 special meeting. The LISD Board of Trustees canvassed final vote totals provided by the...

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Feedback & Applications

Leander ISD believes in ongoing conversations and feedback from all of our community members relating to a variety of topics throughout the year. Several programs and initiatives also have specific windows of time where they accept applications. This page is intended to provide a single location to see all of these timely topics.

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RSS News

  • LISD Students Receive Awards for Research at State and International Science and Engineering Fairs June 17, 2024
    Leander High School’s Maya Reddy received a Third Award in the International Science and Engineering Fair’s Translational Medical Science category. Medha Pullura and Samuel Li placed third in their respective categories at the Texas Science and Engineering Fair.
  • Board Briefs: June 6, 2024 June 12, 2024
    During its June 6 meeting, the Leander ISD Board of Trustees agenda included:  * Board Recognitions * Celebration of Graduation through the Superintendent’s Report * District Receives Property Value Estimates, Proposes Budget for 2024–25 * School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) Presents Annual Report * Leading Measures
  • LISD Robotics Students Build and Code Their Way to Gold June 12, 2024
    Leander ISD Robotics teams from Vandegrift High School, Vista Ridge High School and Cedar Park High School all competed at state-level competitions, wrapping up this school year with an assortment of medals and top awards.

RSS Support

  • Careers: Plant Services October 27, 2023
    We are hiring! Visit the Careers site to apply now. Like you, we’re thinking of the future when we can come together as a community once again, and to do that, we’ll need you!  HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Looking for a career change? Want to make a difference in your community? Join our Plant Services department and […]
  • Running for the Leander ISD School Board FAQs October 2, 2023
    How many members are on the Leander ISD School Board and how long do they serve? The Board consists of seven members serving terms of four years, with elections held on the November uniform election date in even numbered years. The terms of half of the Board members, or as near to half as possible, […]
  • Election Reminder for Staff October 2, 2023
    As election season approaches, it is a good time to remind everyone that school district employees are prohibited from using district resources to advocate for or against a particular candidate, party, or measure. District resources include our mail/email systems, as well as campus/classroom/teacher websites and social media accounts. Employees are free to support any political […]