With only days left until the first day of school, Lamar Consolidated ISD is working to prepare for the big day on Monday while trying to find ways to comfort parents as the latest wave of COVID-19 infections hit the area.
With COVID-19 cases continuing to climb across the Houston region, two local school districts have decided to offer a limited number of students who are not yet comfortable in returning to school.
Lamar Consolidated ISD updated its COVID-19 protocols on Thursday, only weeks before children will head back to school in the midst of another coronavirus outbreak.
David Remy takes a breath while he rests after walking in his metal leg braces. While he takes a quick drink of water after walking about 60 feet, he hopes that one day he can get a chance to walk normally again.
Fort Bend County Judge KP George has appointed Lamar Consolidated Independent School District Board Trustee Alexander C. Hunt to the Gulf Coast Workforce board in the Education seat effective June 24, 2021.
Lamar Consolidated is asking the public on how it should spend over $32 million in federal funds to help deal with learning problems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Fort Bend ISD announced masks will be optional at all graduation ceremonies, including those that take place before June 5, the date the governor’s executive order goes into effect. Anyone choosing to wear a mask has the option to do so and their choice is to be respected.
At its May 27, Special Called Meeting the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees named Courtney Clark as the new principal of Lake Olympia Middle School and Veronica Roberson as the new principal of Mission Bend Elementary School.
Fort Bend ISD Supt. Dr. Charles Dupre officially announced changes in grades that will affect all students in the district, including schools in the area. The FBISD board of trustees approved a change in the final nine-week grading period for this school year, replacing numerical grades for …