Lewisville ISD back to school guide

Aug. 13 marks the first day of school in Lewisville ISD. Start the year right with this one-pager of back-to-school tips.





First Day of School: August 13

Thanksgiving Holiday: November 25-29

Winter Break: December 23 - January 3

Student Holiday: February 17

Spring Break: March 16-20

Last Day of School: May 21






The back-to-school sales tax weekend is set for Aug. 9-11 this year. During this window, school supplies, clothing and footwear, backpacks and more are exempt from sales tax.








Students living 2 miles or more from their home school are eligible for LISD’s bus service. Bus routes and times are available through each school, or parents can visit https://ewa.edulogweb.com/lewistxnt1web/webquery/.








PTA members advocate on behalf of families and teachers. There is no commitment required, but volunteering at your PTA’s campus is encouraged. A list of local PTAs and more information on how to join is available at www.lisdpta.org.








Parents can view daily menus for each campus, photos and nutritional information through http://lewisville.revtrak.net. Parents can also pay their students’ meal fees and check their fund balance at the website. Free and reduced lunch applications can be filled out at www.schoollunchapp.com.








LISD students must meet the Texas Department of State Health Services minimum immunization requirements in order to enroll. Free and reduced-price vaccines are offered to eligible children at the Denton County Public Health's Lewisville Clinic in accordance with state law. Get more information at www.dentoncounty.com/departments/health-services/denton-county-public-health/immunizations.


Denton County Public Health's Lewisville Clinic


Lee Walker Government Center
190 N. Valley Pkwy, Lewisville
972-434-4700
Cost: free/reduced
Hours: Mon., Wed., Thu. 7-11:30 a.m., 1-4:30 p.m.; Tue. 7-11:30 a.m.,
1-5:30 p.m.; Fri. 7-11:30 a.m.
Walk-ins only









  1. Emergency drills for various scenarios are practiced at least once a semester. Evacuation drills are practiced on a monthly basis.


2. All secondary schools are assigned at least one school resource officer from the local police department. Specific elementary campuses also have a school resource officer.


3. During the school day, visitor entry to school is limited to secured entrances.


4. Specially trained canines are used in unannounced searches on LISD campuses through out the year. The dogs are trained to detect drugs, alcohol and gunpowder.




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