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  • Spring Semester Exam Schedule

    Click here for the 2016 secondary semester exam schedule.

     

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  • Summer School and Camps

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  • Yearbooks for Sale! Yearbooks can be purchased online anytime at www.balfour.com by searching Lamar MS in Irving, TX.  

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News and Features

  • Last Days of School

    Tuesday May 31: Last day for students to bring yearbooks to school.  Yearbooks will not be allowed on campus the rest of the week.

    Wednesday June 1:  School Hours: 8:15-12:30  Students will be provided a sack lunch.  Students may only bring a pencil.  All backpacks and other bags will be collected and can be picked up Monday June 6.

    Thursday June 2: School Hours: 8:15-12:30  Students will be provided a sack lunch.  Students may only bring a pencil.  All backpacks and other bags will be collected and can be picked up Monday June 6.

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  • Semester Exam Schedule

    Middle Schools (60-­‐minute exams)


    June 1, 2016 (Half Day):
    1st 8:15-­‐9:15
    2nd 9:18-­‐10:18
    3rd 10:21-­‐11:21
    4th 11:25-­‐12:30
    Students will walk to café and pick up a sack lunch to be eaten during 4th periodbefore going home.


    June 2, 2016 (Half Day):
    5th 8:15-­‐9:15
    6th 9:18-­‐10:18
    7th 10:21-­‐11:21
    8th 11:25-­‐12:30
    Students will walk to café and pick up a sack lunch to be eaten during 8th period before going home.

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  • WOW Ceremony

    t.m Grammy Award winner Tamela Mann was the guest speaker at the Working on Womanhood Ceremony Wednesday evening in the Lamar cafeteria. Eleven Lamar young ladies were honored at the ceremony for completing the course. Communities in Schools Site Coordinator Brandie McDonald and Parent Liaison Rita Taylor coordinated the event, which included a catered dinner, a cake donated by El Sol Panderia, and gifts for the young ladies. They were escorted by several Lamar young men as they were presented to the audience, which included family, friends and fans of Tamela Mann.

     

     

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  • Lamar's Full Orchestra

    Congrats to our orchestra!  Lamar has its first ever full orchestra and the are truly amazing to watch and listen to.

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  • Kickstart State Champion!

    Congrats to Billy Snipes for being the Kickstart Kids State Champion, Green Belt ages 15-17 Boys Kata!

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  • Student Council Serves

    Lamar Student Council honored the night time cleaning crew with a dinner.  Students read letters of gratitude expressing how much they appreciate the work that the custodial staff does to maintain their school every day. 

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  • Teacher of the Month: March

    Congrats to Mr. Salgado, one of our 8th grade math teachers, for being Lamar's teacher of the month for March 2016.  

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  • Special Olympics Send Off

    Lamar staff and students cheer on our stars on their way to the special olympics in McKinney!  Good luck to all participating!

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  • March For Respect

    On Saturday, March 26th, Irving ISD won the attendance award at the March For Respect for the 3rd time in a row.

    The March for Respect event is a mile walk in downtown Dallas created to show respect for people with developmental disabilities.

    Irving ISD had 137 people pre-registered to walk with even more showing up the day of. Almost half of those people came from Lamar!

    The prize won was $1,000! This money will go to the Irving Stars, Irving ISD’s Special Olympic team.

    It will help pay for transportation, uniforms, equipment, and food for our athletes. Because of your support, this money will continue to provide a way for these athletes to be involved in a life changing organization.

    Let’s keep the tradition going! See you next March!

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  • Kickstart Regionals

    Lamar Kickstart Kids were well represented this past weekend at the Kickstart Kids North Texas Regional Championships. Lamar had 13 Competitors of those 10 students medaled and have qualified for the Kicstart Kids State Championship, April 16th at Ranchview High School near Las Colinas.

    Special congrats to the following:

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  • Attendance Certificate

    Lamar has done it again!  We have received the attendance certificate for the 3rd six weeks.  Thank you to all students, parents, and staff who help make this possible.

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  • Watch Dog Program

    Lamar continues to appreciate our Watch Dogs!  Lamar is the only middle school with a Watch Dog program in Irving ISD.

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  • AVID visits Baylor

    #LMSAVID2Baylor – On Wednesday, February 10th Lamar’s 8th grade AVID Classes enjoyed a tour of Baylor University.

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  • Attendance Certificate

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     Congratulations Lamar Middle school for winning a Certificate of Recognition for having the most growth in attendance for the first six weeks.  We want to thank all the parents, students, and staff members who helped us reach this goal.  For the second six weeks we are aiming for 98% attendance.  The grade level that has the highest attendance rate will receive 10 PBIS points.  We look forward to meeting our second six weeks goal!

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Irving ISD Points of Pride

  • icon Irving ISD was named the 2015 National Advanced Placement (AP) District of the Year for expanding student access to AP courses and improving AP Exam performance.
     
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  • icon In 2015, Irving ISD high school students earned more than 2,220 career certifications through the district’s signature studies program and campus2career initiative.
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    More than 2,000 mentors volunteer in the district. Half joined in the fall of 2014 through the Triple M program which focuses on modern, meaningful mentoring.
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  • icon $22.5 million in scholarships were award to students in 2015. 137 scholars were awarded scholarships through The Irving Schools Foundation.
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  • icon IISD Partners in Education program has more than 200 active alliances with businesses and other organizations and more than 1,500 volunteers.
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  • icon Irving ISD is home to the largest Net-zero middle school, Lady Bird Johnson Middle School, in the nation.
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