Author: Daniel Cernero

Student Organizations (CTE)

Students enrolled in CTE courses are encouraged to join and participate in their respective Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSO). CTSOs provide students the opportunity to apply their CTE curriculum in competitive...

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CTE: Career & Technical Education

We Are Leander CTE All Leander ISD students have the opportunity to enroll in Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses along with their traditional core academic courses. CTE courses are designed to provide authentic...

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Transition Planning: 18+ Transition Services

Your Bond Dollars at Work: Visit our Bond website to learn more. Read more about completed, current and upcoming Special Education 18+ Transition Services projects. Skills for Enhancing Lifelong Fulfillment (SELF) Transition...

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Programa de Aprendizaje Remoto de Leander ISD

View page in English Leander ISD expande el programa de aprendizaje remoto para aproximadamente 2,025 estudiantes en la lista de espera de los grados K–6. Lea más aquí Nuestra Junta Directiva Escolar aprobó una opción de...

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ESSER Funds Plan

Léelo en español aquí Updated July 2023 Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity of Service Plan ESSER:Frequently Asked Questions Leander ISD has received federal stimulus dollars to help offset unexpected costs caused...

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Plan de los Fondos ESSER de Leander ISD

View page in English Updated August 2022 Plan de regreso a clases presenciales y continuidad de servicios ESSER:Preguntas más frecuentes Leander ISD ha recibido dinero de estímulo federal para ayudar a aliviar los costos...

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Curriculum: High School

LISD high school programs incorporate passions into college and occupational skills needed in the work force. With a positive environment, students can experience community and be challenged academically to achieve the highest...

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RSS News

  • The Compass: Feb. 21, 2024 February 21, 2024
    In the last two weeks, #1LISD wrestlers medaled on the mat, middle school band students took to the TMEA stage and elementary students showcased their schools to educators around the country! In this issue of The Compass, check out * the launch of the annual Student Experience & Climate Survey, * approved Elementary School Attendance […]
  • Your Voice Matters: Annual Student Experience & Climate Survey Open Now February 21, 2024
    We invite our students and families to share their student experience and school climate this year. The results of this survey will provide critical evidence of progress for our LISD Strategic Plan, Campus and District Improvement Plans, and our Community-based Accountability System (CBAS). They will be used by campus and district leaders to guide our […]
  • “Destination…LIFE!” Regional Transition Fair & Conference February 20, 2024
    The upcoming Destination…Life Regional Transition Fair and Conference event is designed to highlight the supports and resources that are available to individuals with disabilities as they transition from high school into adulthood. It is made possible by special educators from Leander ISD and surrounding school districts.

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 […]