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Fort Bend Girl Scouts travel paths of adventure with destinations trips across globe

Two Fort Bend area Girl Scouts participated in Girl Scouts of the USA’s destinations program over the summer, traveling to New Zealand and Wyoming. Destinations are travel adventures for Girl Scouts ages 13-18 that take place all over the world and give girls the chance to meet remarkable girls, develop leadership skills, gain confidence and […]

SiEnviro to serve as Title Sponsor for Men Who Cook 2014

SiEnviro’s Jeff Haley, Mike O’Connell, Charles Pence, L.E.A.F. President Judi Vernon, Aaron Clark, Keith Swallers, Rick Marriott and Dusty Lane.

SiEnviro will be the title sponsor for the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation’s (L.E.A.F.) largest annual fundraiser Men Who Cook 2014, set for February 15, at Safari Texas Ranch. “We are excited about this opportunity to give back to the community,” said Jeff Haley, president of SiEnviro, which provides water and waste water services. “Our office […]

Mustang Playhouse presents “Steel Magnolias”

The cast of “Steel Magnolias” includes (top) Lily Bateman, Mackenzie Cook, Meagan Mouton, (bottom row) Hannah Hall, Abigail Peterson and Amanda Vignes.

The Mustang Playhouse at Lamar Consolidated High School will perform Robert Harling’s “Steel Magnolias,” Oct. 18 and 19 in Herndon Auditorium. Before it was a movie starring some of Hollywood’s greatest actresses, “Steel Magnolias” was a play about the real-life women who surrounded and supported Robert Harling’s sister and mother during difficult life circumstances.  The play […]

Common Threads seeking volunteers for Saturday

Don’t wait for the last minute to earn service hours for your school or organization. Common Threads, Lamar CISD’s clothing recycling program, has a service hours opportunity, Saturday, Oct. 12, from 1 – 5 p.m. Please meet at Jane Long Gym. Call Common Threads at 832.223.0335, or 832.223.0342 for more information.

George Ranch HS Longhorn Band getting in the “Groove” for March Towards State

The George Ranch High School Band competed with 16 other area 4A & 5A bands Sept. 28 in Friendswood. They performed their program “Groove”, an original piece written for the Longhorn Band. Composer Jason Nitsch, assistant band director at Klein High School, had the idea to match the music with the aggressiveness, attitude, and personality […]

Lamar CISD Automotive Program receives national reaccreditation

Auto Technology Advisory Board member Albert Davis, owner of Davis Bros. Auto Parts, with Lamar CISD Auto Instructor Allen "Deon" Wilson.

The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) have issued reaccreditation to the Lamar Consolidated ISD automotive training program. LCISD’s automotive program, and its lab located at Lamar Consolidated High School, has been recertified for the next five years in the following areas: brakes, electrical, engine performance, […]

Class of 1954 still supports Lamar CISD


Lamar Educational Awards Foundation Executive Director Janice Knight accepts a check from the Lamar CHS 1953 and 1954 Reunion Committee, to help with educational needs in Lamar CISD. From left are Mat Coyle, Violet Poncik, Bettegene Coyle, Gene Reed, Knight, Adele Mensik, Frank Mensik, Ann Council and Harry Mellon. L.E.A.F. will host its annual “Neil and […]

SGA president embraces Lamar University as second chance

When Charity Ogbeide enrolled at Lamar University, he knew that college was a second chance and an opportunity for him to reinvent himself. “In high school, I wasn’t involved in any of the organizations,” Ogbeide said. “I always tell people the only thing I was ever part of was winning class clown my senior year. […]

NRG employees donate to L.E.A.F.


Employees at the W.A. Parish power plant are helping Lamar CISD students take a trip to a brighter future, with a generous donation to the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (L.E.A.F.) Because of the $3,000 donation from the NRG Employee Charitable Fund, fifth-grade students at some Lamar CISD schools will be touring university campuses in the […]

Gonzales named assistant principal at Ray Elementary

Lisa Gonzalez

At its regular August meeting, the Lamar CISD’s Board of Trustees approved Lisa Gonzales as the new assistant principal for Ray Elementary School. A graduate of Terry High School, Gonzales has her bachelor’s from the University of Houston and her master’s from the University of Houston-Victoria. Gonzales has nine years in education, including assistant principal […]

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