Beware of Water Testing Company Ploys

Town of Flower Mound officials are warning residents to be aware of the latest “Test My Water” social media posts that encourage individuals to visit a website and purchase testing products. Flower Mound maintains that the town’s drinking water meets or exceeds all federal drinking water requirements and is safe to drink. The public water system is rated “superior” by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality. Flower Mound conducts more than 70 tests each month on the town’s water. Flower Mound’s annual water report is available at Flower-Mound.com.

Lewisville Public Library Offers Themed Book Clubs

Are you an avid reader? If so, Lewisville Public Library has the perfect book club to suit your literary fancy. Novels at Night is for readers of popular fiction, nonfiction, bestsellers and award-winners. The club meets from 6:30–7:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month. Readers will discuss Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak at the Aug. 12 meeting. The Booked for Murder club is for lovers of mysteries, thrillers and suspense novels. This club meets from 2–3 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month. Readers will discuss Redemption Road by John Hart at the Aug. 20 meeting. A limited number of copies of the book are provided for each club. No registration is required. Join at any time. For information on other book club offerings, visit Library.CityOfLewisville.com.

LISD Names New Hebron High School Principal

Amy Boughton has been named principal of Hebron High School. She previously was principal of Griffin Middle School. Amy joined LISD in 2007 as assistant principal at Marcus High School. “It is an incredible honor to become the principal of Hebron High School,” Amy said. “I am truly committed to upholding the traditions, celebrating our diverse community and sustaining the tremendous success of the campus. I have immense hope for the future and the wonderful campus relationships and community partnerships that will continue to grow.”

Congratulations to the Flower Mound Communications Department

Congratulations to the Flower Mound Communications Department, which recently won five top state awards, including four first-place awards, at the Texas Association of Municipal Offers Conference. The awards recognize outstanding communication by Texas communities in a variety of categories.

LHS Hosts Inaugural Pitch Night for New Incubator Program

Lewisville High School recently hosted its inaugural Pitch Night for LISD’s INCubatoredu program, commonly referred to as the “incubator program.” The class is changing the lives of students who would prefer to enter the business world directly out of high school. INCubatoredu is a full-year course that offers an authentic entrepreneurship experience as students build businesses. The course ended with students participating in a Shark Tank-style Pitch Night, where five student teams presented their ideas to investors. 

Flower Mound Named Best City to Live in Texas

ChamberofCommerce.org has named Flower Mound the No. 1 Best City to Live in Texas. The site is a digital resource for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Researchers ranked more than 2,500 cities in Texas according to five factors: housing, employment, quality of life, education and health.