The Latest LPE SPOTlights
New nutrition standards and meal pattern requirements were federally mandated earlier this year and schools that participate in the National School Lunch program must implement these requirements for the 2012-13 school year.La Porte ISD Nutrition Department has gradually made many of these changes before they were required therefore making the transition easier.
The detailed information of these changes is posted below in the Nutrition Department letters available in both English and Spanish.
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Announcement of New Meal Requirments - English
Announcement of New Meal Requirments - Spanish
Monday Parent Letter
Each Monday a Parent letter will come home with your child. It gives a brief overview of what's happening at our Leopard Lair. Find our most recent Monday Letter in the link below:
Monday, April 1, 2013
Character Edna’s Buzzword for the Week of April 1 - April 5
“The secret to a good life is to have the right loyalties and to hold them in the right scale of values” – Norma Throne.
Our last “Buzz” word that accompanies our “Bee” word “Honest” is “Loyalty”. Loyalty means protecting and supporting your family, friends, school, and country, unless it is something that is wrong. For example keeping your mouth closed when you are angry, so you don’t say mean things about your friends. Sticking up for a friend, being faithful to them, as well as forgiving and forgetting the mistakes friends make are all ways to demonstrate loyalty. Be loyal to your friends and they will be loyal to you.
eSchool Home Access Center
Letters went home with students recently inviting parents to register for LPISD Home Access Center. In order to complete the registration process, parents must present identification to school personnel. Call the school if you have any questions.
Home Access Center Letter (Spanish)
Home Access Center Registration form
Hours for the 2011-2012 school year:
First bell: 7:40
Tardy bell: 7:50
Quick Links for
LPE School Supplies 2012-2013 revised
LPISD Student Code of Conduct
LPISD Elementary Dress Code
Renaissance Home Connect
Below you will find links to the State of Texas School Report Card for La Porte Elementary. This is a report required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency. The report provides information concerning student performance as well as information concerning expenditures, average class size, and student/teacher ratios.
* Use the following links to view the Texas Education Agency's Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) Report for La Porte Elementary School for or the School Report Card (SRC) for the 2010-2011 school year.
In addition, you can also access LPE's Texas NCLB (No Child Left Behind) Report Card, a web-based system to generate the campus-, LEA-, and state-level reports that meet the specific federal reporting requirement.