Friday, December 19, 2014  

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Merry Christmas


Exam Day Early Release

Exam Days • 7:35 a.m.-11:35 a.m.
December 18, A-day
December 19, B-day

Per. 1 - 7:35-8:30     Per. 5 - 7:35-8:30
Per. 2 - 8:36-9:31     Per. 6 - 8:36-9:31
Per. 3 - 9:37-10:32     Per. 7 - 9:37-10:32
Per. 4 - 10:40-11:35     Per. 8 - 10:40-11:35

Student of the Month

Congratulations to Teresita O. for being named the Student of the Month by the school board on December 11. Teresita is a dedicated senior at Lamar High School who is an aspiring nurse and one of the school’s healthcare rotation students. She has been the secretary for Health Occupation Students of America at Lamar for two years. She helped with Viking Fest, the Hospice Healthcare Network food drive, the Heritage Oaks Retirement Center Thanksgiving dinner and the Carter blood drive. Teresita is also an AVID student and a member of Mu Alpha Theta, and she is an excellent leader and role model at Lamar.


Wrestling Team did well at the Outback Invite in Weatherford.
Marcus H. took 1st
Henry S. took 3rd.
Ben A. took 3rd.
Remi D. took 1st
Congrats to the Lamar Wrestling Team for competing agains tough opponents.

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AVID National
Demonstration School

Lamar is an AVID National Demonstration School. This recognition is earned for beingan exemplary model of the Advancement Via Individual Determination program and demonstrating the very best AVID methodologies and strategies. They join Carter and Hutcheson junior highs in achieving this high honor; of the4,800 schools implementing AVID. Approximately 120 schools have this designation.

IB Diploma

CAS is an integral part of the Lamar High School IB Diploma for the two years of the program. Participation in each of the three areas (creativity, action, and service) is required each year. The IB Organization requires that important educational experiences also take place outside of the classroom. The willingness to be of service to the community is seen as an important complement to the intellectual development of the student.

Dallas and Jada chose as one of their activities to volunteer for the North Texas Basset Rescue's Annual Basset Shuffle by drawing pictures of Basset Hounds.  They raised and donated close to $300 by selling each picture for $5.  That comes out to 60 custom sketches in about 4 hours.

Thank you for your hard work and compassion for this rescue group!



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