Despite the closing of schools until May, Lamar Consolidated Independent School District Supt. Dr. Thomas Randle said that important events such as graduation are still on schedule. Read more
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School is back for most Lamar Consolidated ISD students, although virtually.
Lamar Consolidated ISD is planning to roll out its remote instruction plans for students on Friday afternoon as the district tries to move forward during the coronavirus pandemic.
Lamar CISD’s five high schools and one elementary school are offering meals during the COVID-19 related school suspension.
The photographs flashing one after another on oversized screens at River Pointe Church on Friday had a common denominator: A happy mom with her two very happy sons.
Twenty-seven George Junior High School students earned top honors in a national poetry contest.
As Lamar Consolidated ISD begins to take steps to establish its own police department, school board members have plenty of questions on how the transition will work, including the hiring of a …
Lamar Consolidated ISD will discuss plans to create its own police department at Thursday’s board of trustees meeting.
The security of Lamar Consolidated ISD will once again be discussed behind closed doors at Tuesday’s Rosenberg City Council meeting.
Former Lamar Consolidated ISD Board President James Steenbergen said the city of Rosenberg and its police department never “urged” the school district to add more cops on campus.
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Needville School Board members voted 6-1 to accept the resignation of longtime Assistant Superintendent of Finance Dovie Peschel, whose retirement will be effective Dec. 31.
The Needville FFA Horse Judging Booster Club is trying to raise money to pay for competition entry fees. Last year, the team was very successful, and we are looking forward to another great year. The teams have grown to three this year. This past Saturday was the teams’ first competition of …
This weekend, treat the little ones to tea with Mary Poppins and the entire family to a live presentation of “Mary Poppins Jr.”
In an effort to create jobs, the Needville ISD school board voted last week to limit property tax collection on a solar field in the Guy area.
A Fort Bend County Fair favorite returns as the Needville Choir Boosters’ booth in Building B at the Fort Bend County Fair opens Friday.
Dance Team is partnering with Houston Marine Moms to collect donations for troops in all branches of military service.
The deadline for Needville ISD teachers to submit grant applications to the Needville Education Foundation (NEF) is Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Needville ISD taxpayers will see a reduction in the coming year if trustees approve the proposed tax rate and budget at a public hearing set for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28, in the school board meeting room.
Needville ISD trustees are considering options after a demographic report presented at the June 19 board meeting included the necessity for a new junior high to relieve projected overcrowding in the near future.
This June, Texas Archeological Society is conducting an archeology field school in Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
Needville ISD was closed Friday due to last week’s heavy rains, but students will not have to make up the missed day.
Needville ISD trustees approved a joint election with the city of Needville for May 4 and a contract with Fort Bend County to conduct the election.
Needville ISD school board members approved the calendar for the 2019-2020 school year.
At their Nov. 14 school board meeting, Needville ISD trustees heard options for funding the conversion of the two-story structure that was part of the old high school campus to an administration building.