Category archives for: Lamar CISD

Common Threads sponsoring Back-to-School Fair July 26

Lamar CISD’s Common Threads program, the Texas Children’s Health Plan and Children’s Dentistry of Texas are sponsoring a back-to-school fair, located at Common Threads, 710 Houston St., Richmond. The fair will be July 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be free school supplies for children, grades k-12. Every child must be accompanied […]

Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse and LCISD host Leadership Project

Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc. along with Lamar Consolidated Independent School District joined Fort Bend County community leaders to host Leadership High School 2014.  This annual initiative united 60 teens from four LCISD high schools, alumni leaders, FBRC staff and school district and community volunteers to empower students to be leaders within […]

Lamar Junior High wins inaugural History Quiz Bowl

What would you think is the best title for a diagram with a circular arrangement of the phrases: • Colonists staked out huge pieces of land for farming • Free labor was available • More and more successful farms. A team of 8th-graders from Lamar Junior High correctly answered “Growth of Slavery in America” would be the […]

Educational Secretaries Association hands out scholarships

New Officers Installed - LCESA officers are, front row: Melissa Rodriguez, President; Karen Jones, Secretary; and Melissa Jozwiak, Treasurer. Back row: Stephaney Davis, 2nd Vice President; Becky Melendez, Parliamentarian; Eva Zamora, 1st Vice President; and Julie Chapa, Historian. Not pictured: Michelle Haas, President-Elect.

Eight Lamar Consolidated Independent School District seniors each received a scholarship from the Lamar Consolidated Educational Secretaries Association, LCESA, at the group’s annual End of School Year Luncheon at the Fort Bend Country Club in Rosenberg. Lamar Consolidated High School’s Victoria Cavazos and Chiamaka Ujari, Terry High’s Clayton Gardovsky and Marcella Quinones, Foster High’s Mallory […]

Fort Bend Regional on Substance Abuse, Inc. to host Leadship High School 2014

Fort Bend Leadership Class of 2013 visiting a Buddist Temple in Fort Bend County.

Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc. (FBRC) along with Lamar Consolidated Independent School District will join Fort Bend County community leaders to host Leadership High School 2014.  This annual initiative will unite 60 teens from four LCISD high schools, alumni leaders, FBRC staff and school district and community volunteers to empower students to […]

Another successful Surf’s Up!

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Lamar CISD teachers will be busy this summer drafting ideas for grants from the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation. While the teachers are always looking for innovative ways to educate students, they know the funds will be there, due to the success of Surf’s Up presented by OakBend Medical Center. “Our beach party is becoming the […]

Salutatorians for the Class of 2014 in Lamar CISD

Caryssa Burckart is Salutatorian for the Class of 2014 at George Ranch High School. The daughter of Brent and Elvie Burckart, she will attend Liberty College, majoring in Biomedical Sciences at Liberty College. While at George Ranch, Caryssa was a National Hispanic Scholar, an AP Scholar with Distinction Award and a member of the National […]

Valedictorians for the Class of 2014 in Lamar CISD

Mahak Mithani is the Valedictorian for the Class of 2014 at George Ranch High School. The daughter of Farid and Rubina Mithani, Mahak will attend Texas A&M University, majoring in Computer Science. While at George Ranch HS, she was a member of the National Honor Society, the Outstanding Female Student of the Year, the Female […]

Sharing opinions on summertime

Shown left to right are: Morgan Grieve, Jared Martin, Taylor Schoolar, and Macie Palamarez.

By Morgan Grieve 6th Grade Student LCISD’s Wertheimer campus Everyone has differing opinions when it comes to the topic of summertime. Some people like to use this time find fun and exciting things to do, such as vacationing or taking advantage of the neighborhood pool, while others choose this time to relax and take it […]

LCTA names top paraprofessionals and teachers for 2014

Shown are (l-r): Kevin Cranston, Rachel Merkt, Phoenicia Wilson and Shyla Hansche.

  Four of Lamar’s stars were recognized by the Lamar Classroom Teachers Association as Paraprofessionals or Teachers of the Year. Frost Elementary secretary Shyla Hansche is the Elementary Paraprofessional of the year. Phoenicia Wilson, teacher’s aide and nurse at Ryon Middle School is the Secondary Paraprofessional of the Year. Williams Elementary reading facilitator Rachel Merkt […]

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