Booster Clubs & Fundraisers
LISD Booster Clubs enrich student involvement in extracurricular activities. Booster organizations must have district approval and operate under the LISD Booster Club Guidelines.
- Booster Club Guidelines
- Booster Club Training Presentation | Follow-up Questions
- Booster Club Contact Information Form
LISD appreciates the incredible support our students receive from our businesses and community. All fundraisers are approved centrally to help limit the number of fundraisers and ensure Leander ISD’s name is not used by an unapproved business or group.
- PTA/Booster Fundraising Permission Request
- PTA/Booster Multiple Fundraiser Request Form
- LISD Revenue Share Agreement
HEROES Mentorship Program
HEROES Mentors are caring adults who have a Heart for Encouraging, Respect, Optimism, Enthusiasm, and Self-confidence with our students while providing guidance and support to cultivate personal, social, and academic development. These everyday people — parents, community members, business professionals —are just like you!
Leander Educational Excellence Foundation (LEEF)
The Leander Educational Excellence Foundation (LEEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to enriching the educational experience by providing opportunities, cultivating success, and building community within Leander ISD. We believe in a future where the needs of all LISD students and staff are met.
Literacy Partners is a partnership with our community, pairing students and volunteers to practice reading and to engage in conversations about the books being read. The goal is that every child is reading on grade level by third grade.
Interest Form| Reading Partners Video
Questions? Contact email@example.com
PTA is a grassroots organization made up of parents, teachers, and others with a special interest in supporting schools. By joining a PTA, a member automatically becomes part of the largest child-advocacy organization in the state — more than 630,000 strong across Texas.
Spanish Language Program
The elementary Spanish language program is to introduce students to another language during their early years of formal language acquisition. The vision is that elementary students will learn the rudiments of the Spanish language such as the alphabet, pronunciation and exception rules, and many vocabulary words relating to everyday life. For more information on this Volunteer Spanish program, click here.
WATCH D.O.G.S. is a national innovative program focusing on the prevention of violence in our children’s schools by using the positive influence of fathers and father figures for a two-fold purpose to provide an unobtrusive fathering presence in schools AND to be a positive and active role model for students at their school.
Volunteer accounts are active for an entire year (12 months) from the date of approval. A notification will be sent to the approved volunteer one month prior to expiration with instructions on renewing or removing their volunteer account for the upcoming year.
Anyone NEW to Leander ISD wishing to volunteer must create a volunteer account and submit all required information to run a background check.
At any time after a volunteer creates an account they can log in to their volunteer account by entering the username and password created during registration. Users can update their information (this will not initiate the renewal) or check the status of their background check at any time by selecting the hamburger drop-down, select Volunteer > Background. The bottom of this screen will display the current volunteer status along with print functionality.
For questions regarding volunteering in LISD, contact the district volunteer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.