Public Information Requests
Please download and submit the document below to the LCISD Community Relations Office for all public information requests.
Become a Volunteer
Want to make a difference? Why not become an LCISD Volunteer? It's not just for parents, anyone can be a volunteer! We welcome all members of the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District community.
How do I become a volunteer?
Click here to start making a difference!
Logo Use Requests
Please download and submit the document below to the LCISD Community Relations Office for permission to use any of the Lamar CISD logos or trademarks.
Community > Community Homepage
For Our Community
Welcome Community Members. The Lamar Consolidated Independent School District recognizes the importance of a strong community through which partnerships can be created and neighborhoods can thrive.
Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (L.E.A.F)
Established in 2000 to benefit the students of Lamar CISD, this 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is governed by a volunteer board of directors that includes local business, industry, and community leaders. The Foundation will provide funds beyond the normal operating budget for educational programs and activities for students and staff.
Click here to go to the L.E.A.F. website.
Gold Card Club
The Gold Card Club is free to Lamar Consolidated ISD residents who are 65 years of age or older. Membership benefits include the following:
- Free admission to most Lamar Consolidated ISD cultural events such as plays, musicals and concerts in all district schools with the exception of fund-raising events such as dinners.
- Free admission to regular season LCISD athletic events (not playoffs).
For more information, or to join the Gold Card Club, contact the Lamar Consolidated ISD Communications Department at 832-223-0330.
Community Flyers and Activities
As a service to LCISD parents, students and community, the district provides this space for non-profit organizations to post notices regarding special events, programs and activities.
Conflict of Interest Disclosures
Conflict of Interest Disclosures are required by House Bill 914.
Common Threads, a Lamar CISD clothing-recycling program, is committed to providing families with clothing for their school-aged children. This program is aimed at building confidence and success in students by providing them with the basic necessities to attend school. For more information about the Common Threads program, click here.