LCM CISD

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School softball coach, Dena Adkins, has announced the 2017 LCM Girls' Softball Kid’s Camp for girls 6 to 12 years old, LCM CISD Community Relations Coordinator Sherry Combs said in a release.

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Bear Iron lifters brought home six first place competitors from the Hamshire-Fannett meet on Thursday, February 2, LCM CISD Community Relations Coordinator Sherry Combs said in a release.

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It’s time to brush off on your golf swing for the 4th Annual Kiwanis Glow-In-The-Dark Golf Tournament, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 25, at 6:30 p.m. But don’t worry about taking a shot in the dark, because when the sun goes down, the course at Sunset Grove Country Club will brighten up with glow-in-the-dark golf balls and course markings to light the way.

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The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Fashion Design and Culinary Arts students went to the Art Institute of Houston recently to explore the opportunities available in those fields, LCM CISD Community Relations Coordinator Sherry Combs said in a release.

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Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School art students recently participated in the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Contest and received several ribbons and a medal for their efforts, LCM CISD Community Relations Coordinator Sherry Combs said in a release on Jan. 27.

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Little Cypress Elementary received two grants from International Paper’s IP Giving Foundation last week. The first is for a refill kit for expendable materials used in the second grade’s Saxon Phonics program, worth $4,374.92.

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Students of Little Cypress Junior High art teacher, Donna Cole, recently won ribbons and a first place medal for artwork that they entered in the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Contest.

The work of Raeleigh Underwood earned a gold medal and is being exhibited at the show in Houston.

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Board members are, from left-front row, Rex Peveto, Marlene Courmier, Dr. Paulin

January is School Board Recognition Month and Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD has joined other districts across the state to thank these local leaders for their dedication and willingness to serve as advocates for our students and public schools. As elected officials, they are the voice of their communities, serving first and foremost in the best interest of Texas school children.

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"Just before Christmas break, Little Cypress Junior High band students and director David Wilhelm were very busy," LCM Community Relations Coordinator said in a release.

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Friday, Dec. 9, turned out to be a special day for one third grader at Little Cypress Elementary.

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