Nov 23-27 – THANKSGIVING BREAK
No Classes - Enjoy your break!
Thurs/Fri - Dec 3-4 – SENIORS – Yearbook Cap & Gown pictures
Sign up for appointment time at Activities Office (Stacey Smith) in the Battlin’ Bear hallway.
Applications are due Monday, November 30
SENIOR 2021 CAP & GOWN YEARBOOK PHOTOS
Traditions Photography will be on campus Thursday & Friday, December 3 & 4, to take official senior yearbook photos. Pictures will be in the Lecture Room. Seniors must be photographed by Traditions Photography in order to appear in the yearbook. Your yearbook picture will be taken in the cap and gown, which will be provided. You will also have an opportunity to take formal photos in the tuxedo or drape, which we will also provide.
Sign up for your appointment time at the Activities Office (Ms. Stacey Smith’s office) in the Battlin’ Bear hallway.
Virtual senior students are welcome to come take their photos. They may call Ms. Smith to set up an appointment or they may show up at 8 AM or 3 PM and we can work them in at the very start or end of the day.
Guys: Bring a plain white, button-up collared shirt. If you do not have one, then make sure to have a plain white t-shirt to wear under the provided dress shirt.
Ladies: Bring a spaghetti strap top and a bra with straps that can be pushed down slightly over the shoulders (avoid sports bras).
PSAT at LCM
LCM High School will administer the PSAT on the alternate national test date of Tuesday, January 26. The PSAT helps prepare sophomores and juniors to take the SAT college entrance exam and also may qualify high-scoring juniors for National Merit scholarships. The cost is $17. Interested sophomores and juniors should sign up with Ms. Childress in the LCM High School counseling office by December 3. Payment must be made at the time of registration. Juniors who qualify for the National School Lunch Program (free/reduced meals) may sign up for free.
LCM Theatre Department presents
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
December 17 & 18, 7 p.m.
Join the LCM Theatre Department as we present our first production of the season, It's A Wonderful Life, starring the award-winning Bear Stage Players.
Travel back to Winter 1946 as we meet the radio stars of WBFR who bring this classic Christmas story to life. The story features George Baile,y who has so many problems he is thinking about ending it all - and it's Christmas! As the angels discuss George, we see his life in flashback. As George is about to jump from a bridge, he ends up rescuing his guardian angel, Clarence - who then shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years.
ALL REGION CHOIR
Congratulations to the following choir students who competed in October and were selected to the TMEA All-Region Choir:
Aniken Borel, Elizabeth Quintero, Robyn Courmier, Ethan Martin, and Hannah Tait
The following students were selected to All-Region Choir and also earned a spot to advance to the next competition round:
Lily Riedel, Rylie Dollar, Penelope Brock-Hogge, Autumn Snyder, Justin Willey, Ashton Couvillion, John Paul Sulak, Camden Vercher, and Nicholas Hanson
VIRTUAL LEARNER INFORMATION
VIRTUAL LEARNER LOGIN & PROCEDURES
ON-CAMPUS LEARNER INFORMATION
IF YOU ARE ABSENT FROM SCHOOL AND WORKING ONLINE…..
Find your course(s) in TEAMS, not Edgenuity.
ATTENDANCE – If a student is not feeling well and planning to stay home (or is quarantined), to be marked present for logging in to TEAMS, a parent must call Mrs. Corbell (x1490) to let her know that the student is home sick and will be working virtually for the day. Teachers will not mark students present virtually unless they receive an email from Mrs. Corbell.
DEADLINES TO CHANGE LEARNING SETTING – VIRTUAL or ON CAMPUS
Student learning settings were changed from on-campus TO virtual only at the end of each grading period (had to have notified your counselor by November 4 to have the change take place for the 3rd grading period, which began November 9).
To return to on-campus learning, please contact the attendance clerk, Mrs. Corbell (409-886-5821 x1490). After meeting with Mrs. Corbell, students will be directed to the counselors for a schedule revision.
Students and Parents/Guardians
Sign up for BAND Communications
by Grade Level
To get Important Updates, Grade-Level Calendar Events, etc.
Students and Parents must create an account with the Band App before able to join.
Please turn ON notifications (text and/or email) in the App settings.
Join LCM Class of 2021
Join LCM Class of 2022
Join LCM Class of 2024
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 2020-21 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.
If students new to LCM still need to register, one parent and their new high school student(s) should come to the high school. A birth certificate, social security number, immunization record, and proof of residency (such as a utility bill) will be required of all students registering. Those who have been enrolled in another district should provide their latest report card, immunization record, and proof of residency at the time of registration.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted in the National Honor Society on Monday, November 16!
Genesis Chambers, Joanna Daspit, Anayeli Hernandez, Emma Williams
Evelyn Aldaco, Presley Alexander, Evan Barborek, Kaden Baugh, Jaycie Benton, Emma Bridges, Garrison Byerly, Alexis Coleman, Tex Collier, Jenna Comeaux, Taylor Cormier, Logan Denman, Montana Dileo, Carlee Dupuy, Kaitlyn Ewing, Rebecca Forester, McKenzie Freeman, Brandon Frisbee, Hannah Gilliam, Gage Griffith, Alyssa Herndon, Matalyn Hill, Tatum Howard, Grace Huckaby, Abbigail Hudnall, Jacob Johnson, Lauren Keeley, Sarah Kusek, Aaliyan LeCompte, Halle Lewis, Kayla McCarver, Andrew McDow, Jacob Miller, Ethan O’Banion, Brynna Parsons, Alexandria Poole, Kaylee Potter, Tracy Qi, Lillian Riedel, Dax Rodgers, Loren Rodriguez, Dylan Rogers, Kori Rushing, Zoe Ryan, Madeline Sanderson, Matthew Sherwin, Camdyn Shugart, Camden Smith, Jimena Solis, Hannah Tait, Sarina Tejani, Rylea Tipton, Conner Trawhon, Layden Webb, Baylee Wheeler, Trinity Williams
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.