Lamar Consolidated ISD trustees voted to give faculty and staff pay raises, starting next fall.
Early voting is underway in local school board and city council races.
Lamar Consolidated ISD voters will have their chance to vote on three district seats, including one vacancy, in the May 6 school board election.
The Fulshear and Lamar Consolidated theatre programs will represent LCISD at the UIL One Act Play Bi-District competition later this month.
Lamar Consolidated ISD campuses earned an A-rating from the state in 2022, but Supt. Roosevelt Nivens cautioned staff from getting too overjoyed over the good marks.
For an educator, watching a child totally engaged in the pages of a book is one of the most rewarding moments of teaching. The chance to go on a literary adventure at home became a reality Friday at Velasquez Elementary, thanks to the generosity of the Fort Bend County Retired Educators Asso…
As a growing number of districts are facing budget cuts and staff reductions, Lamar CISD is seeking to gain amazing educators and staff to come and grow with us.
A school yearbook is one of the few areas where students can create an idea in August and, seven months later, hold that idea in their hands as a printed yearbook. For one high school in Lamar CISD, not only did the Foster staff create a printed memory of the school year, they have been reco…
As the Fulshear High School varsity boys basketball team was defeating Sharpstown on Tuesday in the bi-district round, some of the players’ parents were elsewhere, asking school trustees to re-instate ex-head coach Jeremy Cunningham.
CYPRESS — Few can say they were a state champion wrestler but Foster’s Madison Canales is among the even fewer to say she won back-to-back championships.
Twenty-five students have earned their Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing from Wharton County Junior College. A pinning ceremony was held at the conclusion of the Spring 2023 semester on the Wharton campus. Read moreASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING GRADUATES – SPRING PINNING CEREMONY