Superintendent Trevor RogersI am extremely excited to be a part of the Lindsay ISD team! I want to thank the LISD Board of Trustees for putting their faith in me. I am committed to doing all that I can to help our school continue its strong tradition of excellence! The 2017-2018 school year will be my 27th in public education. Along the way, I taught/coached for 11 years. I have also served as an Assistant Principal at the Junior High and High School levels. I have also served as a Junior High and a High School Principal. This year will be my 8th as a Superintendent. My wife, Stacey, will be teaching 4th grade in Era ISD. We have two boys, Luke who will be a sophomore and Landry who will be in the 6th grade. Along with being involved in school events and activities, we look forward to being a part of the Lindsay Community. I have an open door policy. Please feel free to come by or give me a call if you have questions or concerns.The new school year will bring new additions to the district. Beginning this year we will be “Core Complete” at the high school meaning that we will offer up to 42 hours of dual credit. We have started a robotics program this year for our secondary students. The program involves programming the robots to perform several different tasks, and it provides an avenue for teaching students how to work together as a team to accomplish a goal. Beginning this year, our high school students will be able to obtain a level 1 welding certification which potentially could help them to obtain a skill that leads to a career. At the Elementary level, we are putting more of a focus on our GT program. We want to provide enrichment opportunities for our students. We are continually looking at our academic programs as we do all that we can do to best serve each and every student in the district!Lindsay ISD has a ton of tradition and excellence in a wide range of programs. The 2016-2017 school year provided its share of successes that added to the tradition! Our UIL Academic Team were state champions for the 15th time in school history! Our Boys Track Team finished 4th at the state track meet which included several strong individual performances. Our volleyball, baseball, and softball teams had long runs in the state play-offs and our football, boys and girls basketball, cross county, girls golf, and the boys and girls tennis teams qualified for post-season play. Our FCCLA had students qualify for national competition! Our One Act Play was a State Alternate, advancing 3 rounds in state competition. Our Ag program had several students and teams that performed well in various competitions. The state has a process of calculating points each time a program advances to a different level of competition. For each classification of schools, the state issues the Lone Star Cup to the school whose programs have accumulated the most points. We are proud to say that Lindsay ISD finished 2nd in 2016-2017! We have great kids and great staff who excel in a lot of different areas! We are looking forward to another great year in ’17-’18! Please let us know if we can help in any way!Mr. Rogers was named the “Lone Finalist” by the Lindsay ISD Board of Trustees as Superintendent in March of 2017. He was hired on March 27th and started as the new superintendent on Monday, April 3, 2017.
He began his teaching career in Paris ISD as a coach. He also coached in Whitehouse, Belton and Palestine, and then became a principal in Jacksonville, Angleton, Grand Saline, and Harleton. He served as superintendent at Roxton from 2010-2015, and in May of 2015 was superintendent in Linden-Kildare, until becoming superintendent here at Lindsay ISD.
Mr. Rogers and his wife, Stacey, have two boys, Luke, who is a freshman, and Landry, who is in the 5th grade. They love the small school setting and environment Lindsay ISD offers, a wide range of excellent programs that his boys will be involved in.