Prom tickets will be available beginning Wednesday, April 24. Juniors and Seniors can purchase tickets from Mrs. Stephens in the front office before/after school, between classes, or during lunch. Tickets will be $25 each through Friday, May 10; $30 each through Friday May 17; or $40 at the door on Saturday, May 18.
Bi-District vs Liberty – Game 1 at LCM on Wednesday, April 24, at 6 p.m.; Game 2 at Liberty on Friday, April 26, at 4:30 p.m., Game 3 to follow if necessary.
District – Champions
UIL Academics (District Champs for 7 years in a row!)
Regionals – TBA
District- Saturday, March 30 – 30 students advance to Regionals in 15 different events
Bi-District – Friday, March 29 – Outstanding Tech Darian Simmons, Honorable Mention Walker Smith, All Star Cast Eli and Lucas Ridout, Best Actress Ashlyn Ellis
District – Saturday, March 23 – Outstanding Technician Reagan Wolfford, Honorable Mention All Star cast Eli Ridout, All Star cast Lucas Ridout, Rhys Howeth, and Abby Barborek
Regionals – April 17-18 at Bryan High School (College Station), Gavin Fountain & Jaxon Collier
Lady Bear Soccer: Ended the season 21-7 overall and 10-2 in district!
2nd Round – Tuesday, April 2 - fell short to Lorena.
Bi-District – Friday, March 29 – Defeated Jasper 1-0 = Bi-District Champs
2019-2020 Honey Bears Drill Team
Congratulations to the following students who have auditioned and been invited to be on the 2019-2020 Honey Bears Drill Team!
Christina Baker, Emily Boram, Aniken Borel, Breahna Burrows, Samantha De La Cruz, Emily Faust, Madeline Finn, Kylie Huff, Jadyn Ihle, Makenzie Meulemans, Yuliana Newell, Sydney Peet, Abby Sadler, Shelby Smith, Annabel Stephenson, Abbigail Thomas, Ashley Umbenhaur, Haylee Wheeler, Emily White, Kadence Williams
New for 2018-2019 – 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.
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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 2018-19 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.
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.