Requesting Information

All media inquiries must be directed to Elizabeth Ross in the Community Relations Department.

This includes any publicity, event questions, story opportunities or inquiries.

Media representatives must receive clearance to attend any event on campus that is not open to the public.
 
If you need publicity for an activity, or event, email the information to Elizabeth Ross or call (903) 381-2235.  Please include as much information as possible and try and give as much notice as possible. To save time, have an idea of who you want the media to talk to. Also, please remember that for the children who are photographed, a release must be obtained before the photo can be used in the newspaper.


How do I make an open records request?

Please refer to the Open Records section for additional information regarding the process and timeline once you have submitted your request to Longview ISD.

If you have any questions regarding open records, please contact the Department of Administrative & Pupil Services at (903) 381-2342.

What is The Longview Voice?

The Longview Voice is a district-wide newspaper that covers student, staff, and local community news. The paper is produced by the LISD Community Relations department in partnership with the Thrifty Nickel as well as campus staff and volunteers.

Each year the Community Relations department selects a Longview High School senior student who contributes work to The Longview Voice for a scholarship to the school of their choice.

Past Winners

2016 — Estrella Gonzales, Keyarro Hollins, Uwa Ihionkhan, Yosef Ibitayo
2017 — Gaylon Wiley
2018 — German Zelaya, Jose Velazquez, Michael Vera

 

How do I qualify?

Simple! All you have to do is have an article or photo published in any edition of The Longview Voice newspaper. Each year the Community Relations department selects a graduating student (or students) from those that contributed their words or images to an edition of The Voice.

For more information please contact the Community Relations department at (903) 381-2200 or email ask@lisd.org