‘It’s beyond words’: 6-year-old injured after allegedly being assaulted by substitute teacher at Lamar CISD elementary school
Jon and Maureen Taylor said pictures of their 6-year-old daughter’s forehead detail the swelling caused by a substitute teacher at Adolphus Elementary School in Lamar Consolidated Independent School District.
Lamar CISD to follow governor’s order against mask mandates instead of county’s mask order
Lamar Consolidated Independent School District announced that it will continue to follow Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order to ban mask mandates in schools, despite Fort Bend County’s mask mandate for county schools.
Meet the Sugar Land mom delivering hope one pair of shoes at a time | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2
Meet the Sugar Land mom delivering hope one pair of shoes at a time | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2Published: September 1, 2020, 3:45 pmA Sugar Land woman is on a mission to help those in need this back-to-school season, one step at time. Stacy Bourgeois, CEO and founder of Sole Loved, shared details on her inspiring non-profit and how we can help.
Lamar CISD students, staff test positive for coronavirus as district plans to reopen schools
ROSENBERG – A few days before students head back to class, Lamar Consolidated Independent School District announced Thursday night several new coronavirus cases within the district during a school board meeting. Two George Ranch High school students have tested positive this week for COVID-19, while five employees also tested positive since returning to campus on August 10. The district also said 65 employees have reported positive results as of Wednesday. Of those employees, 11 of them are quarantined at home, and nine of those people are working remotely. According to the district, 55% of students opted for virtual learning while 45% of students selected for in-person.
Parents express concern after staff members at 2 Lamar CISD schools test positive for COVID-19
HOUSTON – A mother is expressing her concerns over the plan by Lamar Consolidated Independent School District for children having the option to return to the classroom. “It’s a big risk with the teachers and the kids,” said Sonia Salinas, a parent who has a child that goes to Lamar Consolidated ISD. Her worry only grew after learning the district confirmed a staff member at Foster High School and another at Frost Elementary tested positive for COVID-19. Still, some believe it’s not worth the risk to send kids back to class. ”All the other kids are going to come in to the campus, it’s going to be widespread.