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- Resources & FacilitiesB-
Lamar Consolidated Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Rosenberg, TX. It has 33,444 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 60% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Lamar Consolidated Independent School District Reviews
Lamar CISD has provided an excellent education for both my children in the past 10 years. They have experienced tremendous growth over the last decade and with it's caring district and school leadership, they have risen up to the difficult and demanding task of meeting the needs of all families and students in the district. With the demands of CoVID, I am pleased with the manner in which they have responded to families and have continued to pivot in times of uncertainty. Two years ago, my daughter was involved in a traumatic accident, and the schools and teachers and counselors at her high school responded with so much concern, love, and care. This has been one of the main reasons she was able to finish and get through her high school career. Each and every person makes a difference in the lives of our children, from the decisions being made at the district level, all the way down to the teacher level. These decisions are well considered and I give Lamar high regards for this!
The curriculum is challenging, but the teachers are great. They’re patient and willing to let you stay back if you need extra help. The food isn’t always great or amazing, but it is edible compared to most school food. There’s a bit of a clique, hierarchy, and jock problem with a side of bullying, but they have a strong policy against it. If reported, there’s likely to be disciplinary action taken against the person. The school itself is very culturally diverse with students from all over the globe. You’re bound to find your own people, and if not, you can make your own path. Overall, it’s a great environment, and the staff are just so friendly and helpful!
LCISD is a school district only looking out for themselves, the people in the main office building do not NOT have the students in mind and do NOT listen to what the students have to say. The teachers do extremely care and form good teacher-student relationships and are always the first to advocate for any of their students. The school is infested with rats and roaches and the ceilings have mold, but the environment is usually welcoming, unless a fight breaks out with students. But what bothers me the most is the lack of initiative that the school district board has for the students at all of the schools, they just do not care. It is sad to see how much the students work and how hard they work for things to get passed and then we get nothing in return. But the teachers and staff at my school (Lamar Consolidated HS) keep our spirits up and prove that they care for us!