Is Lovejoy Setting the New Texas
We're wondering if Shirley Neeley, Commissioner of the Texas Education
Agency (TEA) and the State Board of Education are aware that Lovejoy
ISD is now authorized to set standards for Public Education?
Residents are concerned the reason Lovejoy is only offering advanced
classes is due to lack of finances as predicted
by some who completed a study on the decision to build secondary.
Other residents are concerned about their regular students being
able to participate in football and other extracurricular activities
due to the advanced course load and pressure to keep up.
The Lovejoy community voted to build secondary schools
based on the secondary
curriculum presented by Lovejoy ISD.
Lovejoy promised this community that they would offer REGULAR
track classes IN ADDITION TO 32 pre-AP and AP classes.
This curriculum presentation was removed from the official Lovejoysite.
It will be saved
here for historical reference.
Lovejoy's middle school curriculum presentation
Depending on financial feasibility Lovejoy plans to offer:
a Middle School - Backup
Middle School Curriculum - Backup
Lovejoy removes presentations once it becomes apparent
that they cannot meet the promises made to the community....
Check the backup copy which is saved on this site for accountability
Please contact Tonya Vining, curriculum
972-562-5077 for further details.