LearnBoost welcomes Lakeview Elementary
The mission of Little Elm Independent School District, as a premier school system, is to educate and prepare all students to adapt and excel in a competitive global community through partnerships and programs that facilitate academic excellence within a secure and supportive learning environment.
The Little Elm Independent School District encompasses 40 square miles in the southeast corner of Denton County on the north end of Lake Lewisville. Our district is one of the fastest growing districts in the state of Texas. We serve students who reside in the communities of Little Elm, Frisco, Hackberry, Lakewood Village, The Colony and Oak Point.
Geographically, we have twenty-three miles of shoreline on Lewisville Lake, so our community is fortunate to be bordered by scenic lakefront property. The community maintains a "small town" feeling, yet because of our close proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth area our teachers and students have access to the same resources as many large communities.
If current growth patterns persist, LEISD will remain a 'one high school town' for many years to come. In athletic and academic competition, our students compete in a very competitive 4A classification in the University Interscholastic League.
The Texas Education Agency rated the district "Academically Acceptable." Hackberry Elementary is rated as "Academically Recognized" for the fifth consecutive year and the National Center for Educational Achievement/Just for the Kids has selected Hackberry Elementary as a 2008 Just for the Kids Higher Performing School in Texas based on its performance in reading. Only 26 elementary schools were recognized as Higher Performing schools statewide. In the North Texas area, Hackberry is one of six schools recognized.
Five of our eight eligible campuses for 2008 are rated as "Academically Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency.