In Lubbock ISD, our mission is to nurture, develop and inspire Every child Every day
In order to ensure continuous improvement and growth in student learning, Lubbock ISD will focus on the following:
- LISD will support and empower all students to reach their highest potential through the development of their knowledge, skills, and abilities.
- LISD will equip, support, and inspire staff through focused and intentional professional development to meet the needs of the whole student.
- LISD will equip and maintain facilities that promote and foster a culture of equity, safety, civility, and productivity in all learning environments.
- LISD will embrace and sustain modern technology tools and digital resources as a fully integrated system to equip, prepare, and empower future-ready learners.
- LISD will strengthen partnerships with the community to increase shared responsibility and trust.
- LISD will actively recruit and support highly qualified staff to increase employee retention, resulting in higher student growth and achievement.
- LISD will provide adequate and equitable resources through best funding practices and financial stewardship.
Commitment, Respect, and Service
- We are committed to honesty and professionalism
- We are committed to focused action
- We are committed to positive outcomes
- We respect individual difference
- We respect the values of honesty and integrity
- We respect the dignity of those we serve
- We serve students, parents, and staff with excellence
- We serve through collaborative partnerships
- We serve through earnest effort and hard work
Special Education Office Information
1628 19th St., Lubbock, TX 79401
Child Find is a federally established comprehensive system designed to assure that each child, regardless of disability, is educated toward his or her maximum potential. The purpose of Child Find is to locate, identify, and evaluate infants, children, and young adults through age 21 who may have a developmental delay or other disabilities.
LISD offers comprehensive special education services to eligible students ages three through 21 years and to children from birth through 21 years who have a hearing or visual impairment. Children from birth to age three with other disabilities will be referred to appropriate agencies for services. All referrals are considered confidential, and services are provided at no cost.
A free, appropriate, public education with a full continuum of services is available. If your child is determined to be a child with a disability, LISD will assist you in developing appropriate special education services designed to meet your child's educational needs. For more information concerning eligibility criteria and the referral process, contact the counselor/SST leader of your neighborhood school or the Special Education Department at 1-806-219-0400.
If you need assistance above and beyond what your child's campus is able to offer please contact the Special Education Department at 219-0400 and ask to speak to your Feeder Pattern Special Education Coordinator, they will help you with any questions or concerns you have:
1. Coronado High School and all middle and elementary schools that feed into CHS: Ellen Feagin
2. Monterey High School and all middle and elementary schools that feed into MHS: Stacie Bonner
3. Lubbock High School and all middle and elementary schools that feed into into LHS: Stephanie Roley
4. Estacado High School and all middle and elementary schools that feed into into EHS: Kathleen Meadors
For questions that you would like assistance or more information about Special Education services and additional resources, please call SPED TEX at 1-855-SPED-TEX (1-855-773-3839) or go to the website by using the following link. http://www.spedtex.org/.