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Welcome to the Belt Line Information Systems & Software Design Academy - Driving Excellence!
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BLE PK students

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BLE Students during Pajama Day

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Welcome to Belt Line Information Systems and Software Design Academy. Our theme for the 2017-2018 school year is "Driving Excellence: Service our Business, Passion our Path, Success our Destination." Our hope is that all students are eager to take ownership of their learning and work towards self-sustaining success. This vision will become a reality through authentic collaboration with our parents and the community.
 
Belt Line serves more than 600 students in grades PK3-5th, and our family of committed educators commits to work tirelessly and with intentionality to ensure that the targeted needs of all students are met both academically and socially. We understand that we are preparing our students for jobs that have not yet been created, and because of that, we make it our aim to strengthen our student' literacy skills so that they are strong readers, listeners, speakers and writers. We will expose our students to opportunities to work collaboratively, solve problems and think critically so that they are equipped for middle school, high school, college, career and beyond. We are driving excellence, and we welcome our students, parents, and community to start your engines as we gear up for a great year!
 
Wendy Hawthorne, Principal
 
mailto:wendyhawthorne@lancasterisd.org.
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Lancaster High School Student Wins 3rd Place in TAME State STEM Competition Thumbnail Image

Lancaster High School Student Wins 3rd Place in TAME State STEM Competition

Lancaster High School 11th grade student, Dewitt Hunter, won third place in the Engineering Math section of the 33rd annual TAME State STEM Competition held the YMCA Collin County Adventure Camp in Anna, Texas. Hunter, who is also a member of the LHS En gineering Robotics club, was one of 28 Dallas County students selected to participate in the state-wide competition sponsored by Raytheon. Hunter said that events such as this competition offers great field learning opportunities.
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New District Anti-Truancy Initiative Removes Barriers for Student Success

Due to the receipt of the MetroTex Association of Realtors Charitable Trust Public Education Grant grant and Lancaster ISD Truancy Coordinator Dona Mitchell’s anti-truancy initiative, four campuses now have a new washer and dryer for teachers to utilize at any time throughout the day. Mitchell, who applied for the grant, believes that this is a major step in truancy prevention and will help teachers continue to remove barriers and fulfill the needs of students.
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