School districts managing the challenges of a pandemic and highlights, data, statistics, and history of public education in the San Antonio area. By Bobby Blount and Bexar County School Boards Coalition.
INSPIRED TEACHING, PASSIONATE LEARNING, LIFETIME SUCCESS
Lackland ISD believes that students need the resources, knowledge, belief, encouragement, and support to become whatever they desire in life. Lackland ISD teachers and support staff provide each of these important influences each day in order to assist in achieving their dreams and contributing positively to society.
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!
Graduates received 21 related industry certifications to increase employability
A high percentage of teachers advanced degrees
High teacher tenure
Exemplary student achievement
High-Quality, Full-Day Prekindergarten Program
Elementary and Secondary After-School Activities
San Antonio Area’s School Board Trustees Release a Letter to Governor Abbott Regarding
DR. BURNIE ROPER
Dr. Burnie Roper was selected as the seventh superintendent of the Lackland Independent School District in April 2009. He officially took over the school District on July 1, 2009 after serving five years as the high school principal. Dr. Roper began his career in education as a mathematics teacher at S.J. Davis Middle School in 1991 and moved into school administration in 1996 working as an assistant principal for Southside, Judson and Fort Sam Houston ISDs before coming to Lackland in 2004. Along with his public school career Dr. Roper was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the US Army in 1989 and continues to serve in the US Army Reserves where he holds the rank of Colonel.
Mr. Brian Miller
Mr. Chris Dietert