About Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD
The mission of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD is to graduate young adults with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in an ever-changing technological society by guaranteeing each student an individualized and well-rounded education.
All LCM campuses have earned Microsoft Innovative School status. At the high school level, being named a Microsoft Innovative School and IT Academy has enabled students to participate in coursework that will allow them to earn certifications as Office Specialists through Microsoft.
LCM CISD has a strong fiscal history with financial transparency, as evidenced by the top ratings on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) for as long as it has been in existence and also the Gold and Platinum Circle Awards from the Texas State Comptroller. The Comptroller award is given to entities exhibiting best practices of financial transparency. Click this link for the financial transparency portion of our website.
Just so you know…
Friday evening’s baseball and softball games against Bridge City will begin with the Varsity at 5 p.m., followed by the JV. With luck, the games will be finished before the forecasted rains begin. The games will be held at LCM.
Lady Bears soccer will play Center at 5:00 p.m. in Jasper on Friday, and the boys soccer team will take on Lufkin-Hudson immediately following the girls match.
AP Exam registration is Open…Advanced Placement Exam registration is about to open for English III, English IV, Statistics, Physics, Calculus, Music Theory, and U.S. Government.
The exam cost for low income students may be further offset by state funding, but we do not have that information yet.
TexQuest...“Students and faculty eventually go home for the evening, and schools may close for the summer, but quality online content doesn’t need a rest. Texas students and their families can always connect to TexQuest.”
The statement above is an excerpt from the parent letter explaining TexQuest, an online resource, to parents. Not only is it a way to easily access the educational sites that students need for research, homework, and other projects, but the sites are vetted to be age-appropriate, as well. Teachers and parents can safely direct students to these sites that offer an enormous wealth of information.
Click TexQuest for details and how to login.
Texas wants your opinion. With the recent update of the federal law governing K-12 education, the Texas Education Agency is requesting input from the citizens of Texas, The link at the bottom of this paragraph will take you to an explanation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). ”We need your help developing the state’s approach to implementing ESSA to ensure students in Texas receive a high quality education that prepares them for the future. As part of the development of Texas’ state plan, Texas Education Agency (TEA) is seeking input from a range of stakeholders and the public. This survey provides you an opportunity to share your views on how Texas should implement provisions of ESSA. We value your voice and appreciate you taking the time to provide input to inform the development of Texas’ state plan.”
At LCM High School, students, parents or staff can log on to
http://bit.ly/2bbGYDI to confidentially report bullying, cyber-bullying, or any other sensitive topics through private messages to school officials.