Lubbock-Cooper ISD will operate on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Wednesday, January 25. Buses will run on pavement only, also on a two-hour delay.
We encourage drivers to utilize the delay to allow themselves plenty of travel time to campuses, and to please use extra caution.
Tonight’s wrestling meet between LBMS and LCMS (hosted at LCMS) has been canceled.
Due to inclement weather and poor road conditions, Lubbock-Cooper ISD has canceled school today, Tuesday, January 24. Stay safe and warm, LCP family!
LCISD students in PK-8th grade can adopt a Lady Pirate Softball player for the upcoming season! The cost is $50, which includes a t-shirt that will admit your child into home softball games. For more information and to print a registration form, click the link. Adopt-a-Pirate assignments will be made in the order registration form and payment are received. The deadline is Tuesday, February 7. If you have questions about the Adopt-a-Pirate program, please contact Courtney Pesterfield at email@example.com
Reminder: Monday, January 16 is a student and staff holiday across LCISD!
Giving back is what this season is all about! Thanks to the LBMS students who have served as Salvation Army bell ringers over the past few weeks!
Congratulations to LBMS ag teacher Hunter Parrott, recipient of the CASE Implementation Grant for middle school agriculture programs! The grant will allow our middle schools to purchase equipment for the Curriculum in Agriculture Science Education AgX course!
Christmas Break is December 23-January 9!
Thursday, December 22 will be an early release day on all campuses (12:00 p.m. for elementary, 12:45 p.m. for secondary).
Monday, January 9 will be a student holiday and staff professional development day.
LBMS Student Council members volunteered at the South Plains Food Bank apple orchard this week, sorting and bagging apples to be distributed to Lubbock area citizens in need during the holiday season!
Lubbock-Cooper ISD will be closed November 21-25 for Thanksgiving Break!
Ms. Brown's seventh graders have been chalking the sidewalk at LBMS with compound sentences about Mrs. Laura Welch Bush, former First Lady of the United States!