PLEASE STAY IN CONTACT WITH YOUR TEACHERS!
While also not on campus, teachers and staff are still available to help you!
Each teacher listed below has a Contact box at the bottom left with a Send Message link.
Please click on your teacher’s name below to access assignment information.
Several teachers are using Microsoft Teams
(click here for Teams Tutorials and Tips)
Several teachers are using Edgenuity
(login with your LCM email, i.e. email@example.com;
use your lunch number as the password)
Students without Internet access will pick up their weekly assignments from the front office – Pick-up and drop-off dates/times will be communicated through social media and School Messenger.
Nominate HERE until April 10!
Stark Reading Contest – LCM Results
Elizabeth Johns (1st - $2,000)
Kiera Figgins (2nd - $1,500)
John Paul Sulak
Lucas Ridout (1st - $2,000)
Karlie Wedel (2nd - $1,500)
The first place finalists will now compete at the County Stark Reading Contest on Sunday, April 26.
Kaleigh Belden, Paige Brown, Alexis Casey, Allyson Campbell, Reese Cricchio, Saylor Dronett, Kim Goddard, Alyssa Herndon, Hannah Lemons, Crystal Malone, Bailee Rogers, Rylea Tipton, Conner Trawhon, Ashlynn Wilson
Abby Beatty, Brooklyn Cooper, Brooklyn Elliot, Sofia Harrison, Autumn Newcomb, Keely Parsons, De’Asia Tippins, Marissa Vaught, Chloe Wells
Alexis Chisum, Sierra Leonard
Campus Offices are CLOSED
due to COVID-19!
LCM High School offices are closed other than the posted pick-up/drop-off times, and students will only be able to pick-up or turn in assignments during those times.
For those without Internet:
The next assignment drop-off will be Friday, April 3, from 1-4 p.m.
No new work will be handed out during this time—drop off completed assignments only.
If you picked up paper-based assignments last week, please take a picture of the assignment and email it to your teacher. If you do not have email, you will turn in your assignment Friday, April 3, from 1-4 p.m.
Future pick-up and drop-off dates/times will be communicated through social media and School Messenger.
Flexible Education Program
Update – School will be closed through Friday, May 1.
NO CLASSES HELD ON CAMPUS
The Flexible Education Program will include a blended instructional approach with both online and paper/pencil learning tasks.
The district will evaluate for re-opening possibilities the week of April 6. Parents will be notified of the outcome of this decision. As of 3/25/20, spring break (April 13-17) is still as scheduled.
The District is delivering both breakfast and lunch by district transportation beginning March 17 on students' bus routes. LCMCISD will use School Messenger to notify you of delivery schedules.
All events are postponed until school begins again!
Students and Parents/Guardians
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Students and Parents must create an account with Band before able to join.
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LCMCISD Qualifies for Free Lunch
Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD has been approved for the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) in child nutrition. The CEP is a Department of Agriculture program which will provide free breakfast and lunch to all LCM students during the 2019-20 school year. LCM qualifies for this as a result of our high homeless numbers following Hurricane Harvey. Students will still be charged for ala cart items purchased.
The entrance to the student parking lot on 87 by the bandhall is an EXIT only and is blocked off to through traffic. Parents going through the drop-off line will exit to 87 by the bandhall, which should help the flow of traffic in the afternoon. Parents and students CANNOT ENTER the student parking lot from Hwy 87 entrance by the bandhall—it is an exit only for car rider pick up and drop off.
Academically grounded, technologically advanced, student-centered, community-supported and respectful of individuality . . . these are the hallmarks of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School. Its broad-based curriculum includes advanced placement and honors classes, dual credit courses, and a full spectrum of career/technical offerings. Students get a solid foundation for future academic achievement. Students with special needs have access to multiple resources to ensure success.
As a Microsoft Innovative School and IT Academy, LCM High School offers students the opportunity to take courses that will prepare them to test for Microsoft Office Specialist certifications.
Extra-curricular activities and organizations appeal to a wide variety of student interests: Student Council, National Honor Society, foreign language clubs, service clubs, and FFA, to name a few. Major competitive sports include football, volleyball, baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, track, cross country, and golf. Band, choir, drama, yearbook, speech, and debate have been consistent award winners.
Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School is also supported by an experienced staff, involved parent organizations and active school-community partners.