Category archives for: Lamar CISD

Record crowd supports L.E.A.F. at Men Who Cook

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While Tequilla Pollo del Arroz, Caribbean Jerk Chicken and Potato Cheese Soup doesn’t exactly sound like a winning combination, those were just a few of dishes enjoyed by more than 650 people supporting the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation at this year’s Men Who Cook, presented by Andy Sanford and Diana Alexander of RBC Wealth Management. […]

George Ranch High School receives special award from Touchdown Club of Houston

The Touchdown Club of Houston awarded George Ranch High School a Special Achievement Award during its annual Sportsmanship Luncheon, Wednesday at the J.W. Mariott. Terry High School was third out of 14 finalists for the 4A Sportsmanship Award, Lamar Consolidated High School was also nominated. “I am extremely proud of these teams,” said Lamar CISD […]

Boot Scootin’ Ball slated for February 4 at Fairgrounds

The Lamar/Needville Metro Go Texan Committee will host their 20th Annual Boot Scootin’ Ball on February 04, at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, Building C beginning 6:30 p.m. until midnight. All money raised is given back to deserving students of the Lamar and Needville School Districts in the form of scholarships. With the support of […]

L.E.A.F Grant Express gives record amount to Lamar CISD teachers

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For the 12th year, the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (L.E.A.F.) delivered pre-holiday surprises that will eventually delight boys and girls around the district. L.E.A.F. awarded a total of $203,660 November 16 to 105 grant winners. Since 2000, the foundation has given out $1,480,575 to teachers providing innovation in the classrooms. “This is always my favorite […]

Reading JH goes pink for a good cause

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Reading Junior High is raising money for breast cancer research by selling pink “Longhorns for the Cure” t-shirts during the month of October. Contact the school at 832-223-4400 if you would like to purchase a shirt.

Fluor Foundation supports math and science innovation in LCISD

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The Fluor Foundation has donated $15,000 to the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation to underwrite innovative math and science grants. “We are always looking for talented engineers,” said Richard Meserole, General Manager of the Houston office. “If we can help students with science and math during their elementary and secondary years, then hopefully we will see […]

Lamar Junior High donates to Red Cross for Bastrop fire victims

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The Lamar Junior High Student Council, National Junior Honor Society and the FFA raised $650 to donate to the Red Cross for the Texas wildfire victims. Additionally, the thespians, led by Tress Kurzym, delivered Lamar Junior High’s in-kind donations worth more than $1,100 to the Cedar Creek High School in Bastrop for the numerous teachers […]

Fillies march at Fort Bend County Fair Parade

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The Lamar Consolidated Fillies Dance Team participated in the 2011 Fort Bend County Parade, marching  and doing stand routines along  U.S  90A in Richmond and Rosenberg, kicking off the 75th annual Fort Bend County Fair.  Pictured are Lamar Consolidated Fillies Dance Team: Emily Cunningham, Cara Riffe, Morgan Pierce, Juliana Londono, DeMille Lewis, Katilyn Simpon, Janay […]

Sugar Land produces another future Taekwondo Olympian

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Giselle Giambi is 10 years old and in fourth grade at Dickinson Elementary School in Greatwood. She is the current Amateur Athletic Union (A.A.U.) National Taekwondo Champion as well as the A.A.U. Junior Olympic Taekwondo Champion for her age and weight division. This summer Giselle trained sixteen (16+) hours per week to get ready for […]

Fille Dance Team attends HTE Team camp

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The 2011-2012 Lamar Consolidated Fillie Dance Team, attended the HTE Team Training Camp at the Sugar Land Marriott Hotel this past July. The Team is preparing for this season under the direction of Erika Sury and the new line of officers: Lt Col. Cara Rife, Lt. Emily Cunningham, Lt Katilyn Simpson and Lt. Juliana Londono.

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