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Lamar CISD Holds Summer Virtual Learning Programs

Lamar Consolidated ISD is working hard to keep students engaged over the summer months. They announced a continuation of virtual learning for the secondary summer school programs to earn early credits or recover lost credits.

For high school students, the first summer session begins Monday, June 29 to Tuesday, July 14 and is open to out-of-district students. The summer program is $150 per course for LCISD students ($75 for those on the free/reduced lunch program) and $250 for those out-of-district.

The second session is held from Wednesday, June 15 to Thursday, July 30 and will be for credit restoration. This session is not available for out-of district students and  free to LCISD students.

School counselors will be reaching out to parents of middle school and junior high students if they are required to attend summer school.

Additionally, LCISD will provide virtual summer learning for current eligible pre-k and kindergarten English learners entering either kindergarten or the first grade in the fall. The program runs from July 6 to July 29 to continue development of English language proficiency, literacy and academic skills.

A digital summer reading program will also be offered through LCISD library services for all elementary school campuses. Prizes can be achieved by completing daily reading and completing fun activities.

Visit LCISD.org for more information regarding summer actives and learning for your student.

SOURCE: Ft Bend Herald