Lamar Consolidated Independent School District

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Lamar Consolidated Independent School District
Brazos Crossing, the district headquarters
3911 Ave I, Rosenberg, Texas 77471
Fort Bend County
United States
District information
Motto A proud tradition, a bright future
Superintendent Dr. Thomas Randle (2001–current)
School board James Steenbergen (Pres), Kathryn Kaminski (VP), Kay Danziger (Secr), Joe Hubenak, Dr. Tyson Harrell, Melisa Roberts, Mandi Bronsell
Students and staff
Students 32,391 (2018)
Other information

Lamar Consolidated Independent School District, also Lamar Consolidated ISD, Lamar CISD or LCISD, is a public school district in the U.S. state of Texas within the Houston–Sugar Land–Metropolitan Area.

Lamar CISD includes almost 43 percent of Fort Bend County, covering the cities of Richmond, Rosenberg, Kendleton, Simonton, Thompsons, a very small portion of Sugar Land, most of Fulshear, the village of Pleak, the community of Lakemont, the unincorporated areas of Booth, Crabb, Cumings, and Foster, and most of the unincorporated rural areas (including areas in Sugar Land's extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) in central Fort Bend County.

Lamar CISD enrolls over 27,000 students and is the fastest-growing district in Fort Bend County. In 2013 it received the highest possible academic rating (Met Standard) from the Texas Education Agency.[1]

In 2009, Lamar CISD was named an H.E.B. Excellence in Education School District.


The district had served middle and high school students from the Kendleton Independent School District's boundaries before the district's demise, and after the district ended LCISD began serving the former Kendleton district's elementary school population. Pending Justice Department approval, the Kendleton Independent School District and its one school, Powell Point Elementary, were merged into Lamar CISD on July 1, 2010. Kendleton ISD ceased operations on that date.[2]

List of schools[edit]

Secondary schools[edit]

High schools (9-12)[edit]

Junior high schools (7-8)[edit]

  • George Junior High School (Rosenberg)
  • Mirabeau Lamar Junior High School (Rosenberg)
  • Andrew Briscoe Junior High School Richmond)
  • Antoinette Davis Reading Junior High School (Unincorporated area)
  • Dean Leaman Junior High School (Fulshear)

Primary schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

(6 only)

  • Jane Johnson Wessendorff Middle School (Rosenberg)
  • Jose Antonio Navarro Middle School (Rosenberg)
  • Henry Wertheimer Middle School (Unincorporated area)
  • Mary "Polly" Moore Jones Ryon Middle School (Unincorporated area)

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Judge James C. Adolphus Elementary (Unincorporated area)
  • John M. Arredondo Elementary (Unincorporated area)
  • Stephen F. Austin Elementary School (Unincorporated area, Pecan Grove)
  • Cecil A. Beasley Elementary School (Beasley)
  • Carl Briscoe Bentley Elementary School (Fulshear)
  • James Bowie Elementary School (Rosenberg)
  • Bess Campbell Elementary School (Unincorporated area, Greatwood)
  • Susanna Dickinson Elementary School (Unincorporated area, Greatwood)
  • Samuel Miles Frost Elementary School (Unincorporated area, Pecan Grove)
  • Joe A. Hubenak Elementary (Unincorporated area)
  • John Huggins Elementary School (Unincorporated area, near Fulshear)
  • Irma Dru Hutchison Elementary School (Richmond)
  • A.W. Jackson Elementary School (Rosenberg)
  • Jane Long Elementary School (Richmond)
  • Hillman F. McNeill Elementary School (Richmond)
  • Meyer Elementary School (Rosenberg)
  • T.L. Pink Elementary School (Richmond)
  • Taylor Ray Elementary School (Rosenberg)
  • Deaf Smith Elementary School (Richmond)
  • Cora Thomas Elementary (Unincorporated area)
  • William B. Travis Elementary School (Rosenberg)
  • Manford Williams Elementary School (Richmond)
  • William Velasquez Elementary School (Unincorporated area)

Early Childhood

  • Juan Seguin Early Childhood Center (Richmond)


  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. Archived from the original on 2015-10-25. 
  2. ^ "Ed commissioner closes Kendleton district". Associated Press at the Houston Chronicle. 2010-03-25. Retrieved 2010-03-25. 
  3. ^ Microsoft Word - list-2003.doc

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