Thanks to The United Family for inviting Deputy Superintendent Dr. Satterwhite to participate in this year's School Supply Fundraiser kickoff! Now through July 30, United Supermarkets guests can donate during checkout to help students across the South Plains, including students in our LCP family, prepare for the upcoming year with new school supplies!
2 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
school supply drive
school supply drive
Register for the Team Luke Hope for Minds 5K Color Run & Walk today at!
3 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
team luke hope for minds
Looking to join the LCP family? We are hiring! Visit for information and to apply online!
5 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
we're hiring
Congratulations to Lubbock-Cooper FFA, honored with the Golden Horizon Award! This incredible achievement is designated for chapters rated in the top 10% in Texas, recognizing well-rounded chapters with inclusive, progressive, aggressive programs of activities that promote maximum participation in order to deliver the leadership component of agricultural education! This honor is a reflection of the commitment, dedication, and hard work of members and sponsors along with support from our community! #LCPfamily #LCPexcellence #LCPgold
7 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
ffa golden horizon
Congratulations to lifelong member of the LCP family Koley Schaffner, who was appointed to the Lubbock-Cooper ISD Board of Trustees today in Place 7, previously held by Brent Preston. Mr. Schaffner graduated from Lubbock-Cooper High School in 1999. He and his wife, Shannon, have two daughters enrolled in LCISD. The couple has served for several years as Lubbock-Cooper Ambassadors. Serving the district is in Mr. Schaffner's DNA - his father and both of his grandfathers were Lubbock-Cooper trustees. In fact, his maternal grandparents, Martha Jane and Clifford Robertson, were posthumously named the first-ever Lubbock-Cooper ISD Pirates of the Year when the award was established in 2011! Welcome aboard, Koley! We're so pleased you're continuing a legacy of dedication to the LCP family!
9 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
koley schaffner
Happy Fourth of July, LCP family! We hope you have a safe and relaxing day celebrating the country we love!
16 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
fourth of july
It's July, which means we've officially moved into the district calendar for the 2024-25 year! Visit to view this year's calendar, including a printable version! (All campuses will follow the single district calendar. Please note campus-specific dates in the calendar key.)
18 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
As this will be the inaugural season at Patriot Stadium, there is no renewal period for Reserved tickets for Liberty Varsity Football this year. Instead, those interested in Reserved tickets at Patriot Stadium may purchase those seats beginning Monday, July 8. A "how-to guide" will be posted this week with further instructions. General Admission tickets will go on sale to the public at beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 1. For more information about LCISD Athletics ticketing, visit
19 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
patriot tickets
Previous Reserved ticketholders for Varsity Football at Pirate Stadium at First United Park will be contacted beginning Monday, July 8 for renewal. Following the renewal period, Reserved (and General Admission) tickets will go on sale to the public at beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 1. For more information about LCISD Athletics ticketing, visit
19 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
reserved tickets for pirates
Congratulations to Liberty's Coach Joe Sexton, named THSCA COACH OF THE YEAR for Boys Golf after leading the Patriots to a State Title in the program's inaugural year! #LCPfamily #LCPexcellence
19 days ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
joe sexton coach of the year
On June 19, 1865, slavery came to an end in the state of Texas after nearly 250 years. Today, we celebrate Juneteenth in acknowledgement and honor of the freedom of enslaved people in America! #FreedomDay #Juneteenth
about 1 month ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
juneteenth celebrate freedom
The final 2024 Lone Star Cup Standings have been released, and Lubbock-Cooper High School finished seventh out of 251 5A high schools in Texas! This top ten finish is calculated based on the Pirates’ success in athletic, academic, and fine arts contests sanctioned by UIL. Read more about the Lone Star Cup Standings at Well done, LCHS! We are so proud of not only your incredible accomplishments, but, even more importantly, how well you represent the LCP family! #LCPexcellence #LCPfamily
about 1 month ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
lone star cup
Incoming PK-5 LCISD students can adopt a football, pom, or cheer Pirate for the 2024 varsity season! The cost is $50, which includes the cost of the Adopt-a-Pirate t-shirt and child's admission into home games! For more information, visit
about 1 month ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
adopt a prate
Why would our middle school cheer squads separate into two camps when we're #bettertogether?! LBMS and LCMS cheerleaders joined up for a combined squad camp this summer, making sure the spirit is spread all across the district! #LCPfamily
about 1 month ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
cheer camp
cheer camp
cheer camp
New Hope Academy will host Adult GED classes beginning on Tuesday, July 9. Classes will be held from 6:00-9:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at New Hope Academy (12011 Kenosha Avenue). This program is for adults 21 or older. Lubbock-Cooper ISD and Region 17 Adult Education sponsor this opportunity, and all materials and curriculum are free of charge. If you or someone you know is interested in working toward your Adult GED, please complete the survey linked below:
about 1 month ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
adult ged classes
Several LCISD campuses and our Administrative Offices are without telephone service this morning. Employees still have email access, and offices are open if you are in need of assistance. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
about 1 month ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
At the end of each school year, Superintendent Bryant announces the recipient of his annual Pulling for Kids Award - one of, if not the, highest honors available to any Lubbock-Cooper employee! This year's Pulling for Kids Award honored a group of individuals, Lubbock-Cooper's Communities in Schools Site Coordinators! Through Communities in Schools (CIS), our Site Coordinators partner with the district to "fill the gap" between school and home. They provide students in need and their families with a variety of support: groceries, facilitating medical care, washing clothing, coordinating transportation, purchasing formal attire for big events, taking students for haircuts, helping students obtain driver's licenses, coordinating the fulfillment of Christmas wish lists, and so much more. They step in to meet the needs of students and families in crisis - needs that MUST be met before any learning could occur - and help them conquer obstacles they face outside of the classroom so students are equipped to learn and accomplish their future goals! Since LCISD's partnership with CIS began in 2015, 4,034 LCISD students have been case-managed by CIS, and their representatives have provided 93,783 service hours to our students. In the past year alone, case-managed students have shown a 71% improvement in attendance, a 93% improvement in academics, and a 95% improvement in behavior, as reported by TEA. Out of these students, 55% are eligible for free or reduced lunch, 34.7% are experiencing family conflict or crisis, and 2.3% have an incarcerated parent or guardian. This year, these students have received assistance with mental and behavioral health, medical services, academic support, family engagement, college and career readiness, and other enrichment. Of the students served by CIS in the greater Lubbock area in the past year, 99% were promoted to the next grade level, 100% stayed in school, and 100% of those eligible to graduate did so. Congratulations to our incredible CIS Site Coordinators - Lisa Ramirez, Angela Davis, Debi Nicchio, Gina Garcia, Charnese Perez, Vanessa Arguello, Desiree Perea, and Sydney McDonald - and THANK YOU for all you do for the LCP family!
about 2 months ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
pulling for kids
The Lubbock-Cooper Pirate Baseball team opens a new chapter as Chris Baker steps into the role of head coach, following Coach Brad Wuensche’s transition to LCISD's secondary athletics coordinator! Both coaches have shown exemplary dedication to the program and a leadership style reflective of the rich history of the LCISD Athletics Department. Coach Wuensche’s personal accolades include being named District Coach of the Year in 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024, Hub City Preps Baseball Coach of the Year in 2021 and 2023, and Lone Star Varsity Coach of the Year in 2023. However, he would much prefer to share the accomplishments of the team as a whole, including District Championships in 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024, a Regional Quarterfinals appearance in 2021, Regional Semifinals appearances in 2018, 2022, and 2024, and a Regional Finals appearance in 2023. Coach Baker has served as the Pirates’ pitching coach for the past five years, significantly contributing to many of those achievements and the success of the distinguished Pirate Baseball program. Expressing his excitement for the future, Baker shared, "I am honored to be named the next head Pirate Baseball coach. It’s a special thing to be part of the LCP Family, and I am excited to serve in a new capacity and uphold the strong traditions and values set by Coach Wuensche and other program leaders." In his new role, Coach Wuensche looks forward to continuing his service to LCISD athletics. “For 18 years, the Lubbock-Cooper Pirate Baseball program has made such a positive impact on my life,” said Wuensche. “More recently, this program, the players, and their families have created memories my own kids will never forget. The value of our LCP programs is immeasurable when you see influences like that unfold. My family and I have been blessed to be a part of the LCP Family, and I am excited for the opportunity to continue to play a part in maintaining the culture that has been created within this district and its athletic programs.” Congratulations to Coach Chris Baker and Coach Brad Wuensche on their new roles! Their leadership embodies the spirit of the LCP family, and we look forward to their continued contributions to the district’s athletic success!
about 2 months ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
Congratulations to the Liberty HS String Quartet, who earned a Division I rating in their FIRST-EVER appearance at the STATE Solo & Ensemble Contest over the weekend! To qualify for State, these Patriots had to earn a Division I rating on a Class I (most difficult) solo or ensemble at the Regional competition during the spring semester. Way to go, Patriots! #LCPfamily
about 2 months ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
patriots ensemble
Lubbock-Cooper ISD has been named the FIRST LEGO League Challenge Outstanding School District of the Year! This prestigious award was issued in recognition of the exceptional commitment of LCISD's robotics coaches and teams to supporting the FIRST LEGO League Challenge program in the Panhandle region! Congratulations to our fantastic robotics coaches Dawn Osterhoudt and Mark Hamlin (LCHS), Josh Satchell (Liberty HS), and Michael Voit (LCMS), along with all of our incredible competitors! Well done, Pirates and Patriots! #LCPfamily
about 2 months ago, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
FIRST LEGO League Challenge