The online tool delivers daily differentiated instruction for nonfiction reading and writing that’s precisely tailored to each student’s Lexile reading level.
In its latest list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools for 2017, The Washington Post lists Lamar High School not only in the top 1% of all high schools nationally but also as one of the highest ranking comprehensive
high schools in Texas.
Lamar IB Oral Examinations start February 19, 2018, and continue until March 9, 2018. IB orals are a critical part of the assessment of the Diploma Program and Career-related Programme for our students. These exams are administered one-on-one and not in a traditional group testing setting. This year, we have 887 individual oral appointments.
If you are wanting to do cheerleading as a 2018-2019 school year make sure that you are at the mandatory Parent's Meeting on February 28 at 6 PM in the cafeteria. Make sure you complete your cheerleading packet.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Sprint presented the district with an opportunity to provide 10,000 WIFI hotspots to students free of charge. The Sprint donation includes a free hotspot device and the cellular service as part of the Sprint 1Million project to aid in helping bridge digital inequities for HISD students that do not have internet access or dial-up access at home.
Your phone could save your life in a sticky situation. With the send, Emergency SOS Message feature activated. This feature is available with both Samsung and Apple device. The SOS turns your sleep/wake button into a panic button. Both companies once the emergency button is pushed, collect your GPS location and send it via text message to your emergency contacts. Samsung also takes pictures with both front and rear cameras and records an audio file.