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  • LP Communications & Community Relations

Leadership Team

Adam J. Holland
Director, Communications & Community Relations

Amy Lott
Secretary, Director, Communications & Community Relations

Devin Dozier
Coordinator, Communications

Esther Villatoro
Clerk/Receptionist, Communications

Penny Shawley
Technician, Media Services/Mail



Communications in La Porte ISD

In La Porte ISD, we believe in the power of effective communication and strong community engagement. Our Department of Communications & Community Relations plays a pivotal role in fostering meaningful connections, both internally and externally. Through strategic communication initiatives, we help to ensure that our organization's mission, values, and achievements are effectively communicated to stakeholders, partners, and the public.

We are committed to transparency, clarity, and integrity in all our communications.Additionally, we are dedicated to nurturing relationships within our community. From outreach programs to collaborative projects, we strive to build strong, supportive networks that enhance the well-being and cohesion of our community.

La Porte ISD Insider Magazine - Previous Issues

  • Governor Greg Abbott
    Office of the Governor
    P.O. Box 12428 Austin, Texas 78711-2428

    Information and Referral Hotline [for Texas callers] : (800) 843-5789
    Information and Referral and Opinion Hotline [for Austin, Texas and out-of-state callers] : (512) 463-1782
    Office of the Governor Main Switchboard [office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST] : (512) 463-2000
    Citizen's Assistance Telecommunications Device If you are using a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD), call 711 to reach Relay Texas.
    More information on contacting Gov. Abbott is available on his official website.

    Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick
    By Phone: The Texas Lieutenant Governor Comment Line: (512) 463-5342
    The Texas Lieutenant Governor Office Line: (512) 463-0001
    By Email:
    Mailing Address: P.O. Box 12068, Austin, TX. 78711

    Rep. Harold V. Dutton, Jr., House Public Education Committee
    Room 3N.5
    P.O. Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    (512) 463-0510 (512) 463-8333 Fax

    State Sen. Mayes Middleton
    P.O. Box 12068
    Capitol Station
    Austin, TX 78711
    (512) 463-0111
    Email Sen. Middleton

    State Rep. Briscoe Cain
    Room E2.706
    P.O. Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    (512) 463-0733 (512) 463-1323 Fax

    State Rep. Dennis Paul
    Room GN.10
    P.O. Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    (512) 463-0734 (512)463-0734 Fax
    District Address: 17225 El Camino Real, Suite 415, Houston TX 77058
    Phone: (281) 488-8900

  • La Porte ISD Guidelines for Approval of Flyers and Other Printed Materials

    The La Porte ISD Communications Department is responsible for reviewing and approving flyers and printed materials from external groups or organizations.

    Acceptable Flyers and Other Materials

    Flyers for posting on bulletin boards and/or distribution to students must adhere to the “Limitations on Content” as outlined in LPISD Board Policy GKDA (Local).

    External groups or organizations must adhere to the District’s guidelines for requesting approval for public or student access of materials as follows:

    • Flyers or other materials shall be posted or distributed only if they originate from a non-profit organization, a municipality located within the boundaries of La Porte ISD, or an institution of higher learning located in Texas.
    • Nonprofit organizations must provide documentation of their official 501(c) (3) status each year. A copy will be kept on file.
    • A copy of the flyer/material must be submitted to the Communications Office for consideration of approval. Copies may be faxed to 281-604-7010 or e-mailed to
    • All flyers/materials must have the following disclaimer printed at the bottom of the flyer in BOLD, CAPITAL letters. This disclaimer should be in a font size of 12 points or larger: THIS ORGANIZATION AND ITS ACTIVITIES ARE NOT RELATED TO OR SPONSORED BY THE LA PORTE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT.

    THIS ORGANIZATION AND ITS ACTIVITIES ARE NOT RELATED TO OR SPONSORED BY THE LA PORTE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT. Nonprofit organizations should also include the statement: [Organization Name] is a registered 501 (c) (3) organization. This flyer is not an endorsement by La Porte ISD.

    Materials shall include the name of the person or organization sponsoring the distribution.

    Approval Process

    The Communications Office must approve all flyers from external groups or organizations for posting or distribution to students.

    • Materials will be approved or rejected within two school days of the time they were received. A signed approval form will be returned to requestors whose flyers have been approved.
    • Organizations are responsible for distributing flyers or other materials, along with a copy of the signed approval form, to each campus for which the flyers are intended. Flyers must be bundled for each classroom in groups of 25.
    • Each campus principal shall designate times, locations, and means by which nonschool literature that is appropriate for distribution, as provided in district policy, may be made available or distributed to students or others at the principal’s campus.
  • Texas Public Information Act requests may be submitted in the following ways:

    • By mail—La Porte ISD Communications Office, 1022 San Jacinto St., La Porte, Texas 77571
    • By fax—281-604-7010, ATTN: Adam J. Holland
    • By e-mail--
    • In person—The La Porte ISD Communications Office is in the La Porte ISD Administration Building at 1002 San Jacinto St. in La Porte, Texas.

    So that we are better able to process your request, please include your name, address, phone number, fax number (if applicable), and description of the information requested.

    For more information, please contact the Communications Office at 281-604-7001.