Student Support Services empowers students to overcome challenges, focus on learning and graduate. The department advises assistant principals, assists with parent-related issues and student discipline, and includes coordination of Title IX.
Anonymous Alerts allows students and parents to anonymously submit any sensitive or urgent student issues quickly to school officials.
Submissions can include reports of bullying, cyberbullying, depression, dating violence, drug or alcohol use, threats against the school, weapons on campus and more. All messages submitted remain completely anonymous.
How to send a report to a school official
Reports can be sent from the Anonymous Alerts website.
There is also an Anonymous Alert Apple iOS App or Android App (login: leanderisd | password: leanderisd)
National Suicide Hotline:
As a district, we strive to make our schools safe and effective learning environments for all. Leander ISD has received the No Place for Hate distinction from the ADL Anti-Defamation League at all LISD schools, the central administration office and the district as a whole.
Types of Bullying
- Physical: Hitting or Pushing
- Social Relational: Spreading rumors, leaving people out on purpose, breaking up friendships
- Verbal: Name calling or taunting
- Cyberbullying: Using the Internet or mobile phones to harm others
- Take Action Against Bullying Flyer – English
Take Action Against Bullying Flyer – Spanish
- Report Bullying
- Anonymous Alerts
Attendance & Dropout Prevention
Regular and punctual attendance is the greatest single factor in school success. Texas Compulsory Attendance Law requires students to attend school regularly, unless otherwise exempted by law. It is the responsibility of the parent and student to cooperate and communicate with the school on all attendance matters. The key to high school graduation is strong school attendance and parental involvement.
Note: For contact information of Attendance/Dropout Prevention specialists, see the staff directory at the bottom of the page.
Campus Behavior Coordinators
- Student and Parent Handbooks
- Student Code of Conduct
- Dress Code
Leander Extended Opportunity (LEO) Center
Leander Extended Opportunity Center (LEO) is Leander ISD’s disciplinary alternative school. LEO serves all grade levels of students (K-12) who commit major offenses or who are involved in a series of less serious offenses. Students are admitted to the LEO Center following a referral by the home campus.
Reporting Prohibited Behavior
Leander ISD is committed to providing a positive learning environment for all students that enhances personal safety and promotes inclusion, dignity and equality among students. High standards are expected for both academic achievement and behavior.
LISD strives to ensure that each and every student and employee are free from bullying, discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, gender-based harassment, dating violence and sexual violence/assault. All reports of these behaviors are taken very seriously by students, faculty, staff, administration and parents/guardians. LISD will make every effort to handle and respond to every charge and complaint filed by students and employees in a fair, thorough and just manner. Every effort will be made to protect the due process rights of all victims and all alleged offenders.
Student Freedom of Speech
Leander ISD embraces opportunities for our students to share their thoughts, feelings and experiences with their friends, family and staff. LISD policies and guidelines direct staff in working with students who desire to communicate their opinions or views. Examples of those policies, which are on the LISD website, include FNA (Legal) and FNA (Local).
For a districtwide staff listing, visit the Staff Directory page.