Bass Fishermen Qualify for State
The LHS Bass Fishing team had four members qualify for the State Meet. Congratulations to Henry Thurman, Derek Parsons, Nick Schmitz, and Jacob Dulock. The State meet was scheduled for July 25-26 at Lake Belton but was canceled.
FCCLA Students Win National Award
Congratulations to Lindsay FCCLA students, Riya Dax, Ella Dieter, and Macey Hawkins for winning GOLD at the National FCCLA contest in Food Innovations Level 2!! Great job by the ladies and their sponsor, Mrs. Robyn Hedrick!
Athletics Physicals Forms are Here
Parents and Athletes,
In the links below, you will find the forms that need to be completed before the 2020-2021 school year begins. Please read over and complete the following forms using blue or black ink.
- Cover sheet from Coach Smiley that explains these forms (does not have to be signed or turned in).
- Acknowledgement of Rules
- Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Form. The front of the pre-participation form must be filled out and signed by the student and parent. The back must be filled out and signed by a Physician, a Physician’s Assistant, or a Registered Nurse.
- Medical Release/Emergency Contact Form
- Concussion Acknowledgment Form
- Anabolic Steroid Use and Testing Agreement Form
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Form
- Athletic Policy
Girls Attend Softball Camp
Lindsay ISD hosted a softball camp recently, and a large number of girls participated. The event was a good learning experience and was also a lot of fun. Thanks to Coach Gallaway for the photo.
Knight Football Camp July 28-30
The 2020 Knight Football Camp for boys who will be in grades K-9 will be held July 28-30. Details and pricing are on our Team App page.
Elementary School Supply List is Posted
Lindsay Elementary School has published the school supply list for the upcoming school year. See it here.
Class of 2020 Honored at Commencement
The graduation ceremony for the Lindsay High School Class of 2020 was held June 12 at the football field. We have photos of the event here:
See a recording of this event here. The ceremony begins at the 29:00 mark.
2020 Prom is History
Lindsay High School held prom on June 6 at the Gainesville Civic Center. Seniors Kaylee Colwell and Jake Metzler were named Queen and King, and students enjoyed the evening of food, friendship, and dancing. We have photos of the fun here:
Introductions | Inside Activities
Elementary Says “Good-bye” for the Summer
Lindsay Elementary School marked the end of the school year with a drive-through celebration on May 21. We have photos of the event here.
Coaches Honored at Retirement Reception
On May 20, Lindsay ISD held a reception for coaches Tony Duncan and Robin Hess to mark their retirement from coaching. We have a photo gallery of the event here.
Elementary Students Enjoy Field Day
Lindsay Elementary students participated in a “virtual” field day on May 18. Thanks to a large number of volunteers, we have photos of the fun here.
Pandemic-EBT Benefit is Available
The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer, or P-EBT is a one-time food benefit for families who lost access to free or reduced-price meals due to school closures. Eligible P-EBT families will receive application instructions from schools in late May. The P-EBT application will be open the first week of June.P-EBT food benefits are for children who received SNAP food benefits for March 2020 and for children who are certified for free or reduced-price school meals during the 2019-20 Texas school year. For more information, visit: hhs.texas.gov/PEBT.
See the Year in Pictures
We created a six minute slideshow that covers August 2019 to March 2020. It’s a lot of sports but there are other school activities, too. See it here.
How to Find Old Photo Galleries
Photo galleries that are no longer on the main page can be found on the page for that particular sport or activity. For example, football galleries can be found on our football page (click Athletics, then Football). Cheerleader and pep rally galleries can be found on the cheerleading page (click Activities, then Cheerleading).
Lindsay ISD believes in delivering quality customer service in all aspects of our daily operations. While this does not mean that every person gets exactly what they want, for that would be impossible to deliver, it does mean that we value all stake holders and we will listen to each and every concern that a community member may have. We strive each and every day to have quality programs in a healthy, clean, safe environment for our students. We appreciate the support of the Lindsay ISD Community. Please let us know if we can help you in any way.