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Lamar CISD Announces Campus Changes Due to Continued Growth at Fulshear High School

(ROSENBERG) – Lamar CISD is the fastest growing school district in the State of Texas and enrollment is outpacing the most recent projections from the district’s demographer. As a result, the district is considering various options to accommodate the rapid growth. One set of options involves the construction of facilities financed through the issuance of voter-approved bonds.

To read about the district’s $1.7 billion bond proposal, click here: Lamar CISD Board of Trustees Call for a November 2022 Bond Election Totaling $1.7 Billion (fortbend.today)


In the event that the district does not obtain voter approval for the issuance of bonds, the district currently anticipates implementing a strategy that involves repurposing existing campuses and acquiring portable buildings to accommodate enrollment growth. Even with the approval of bonds, there will be a period of time during the construction of facilities that the district will need to implement a repurposing strategy to address enrollment growth, according to district officials. The district is calling this the “Purple Track Growth Plan.”


The following plan outlines the district’s approach to address capacity challenges at Fulshear High School using a repurposing strategy for the 2023-24 school year and beyond if necessary. This strategy will impact these campuses: Fulshear HS, Leaman JH, Roberts MS, and Lindsey, Tamarron, Huggins, Hubenak, Morgan and Bentley Elementary Schools.


What’s happening with Terrell Elementary School?

For the 2023-2024 school year, Terrell Elementary will open to house incoming purple track 6th grade students.


What’s happening with Roberts Middle School?

For the 2023-2024 school year, Roberts Middle School will house incoming Fulshear freshmen. The district is also adding two portable buildings to create classroom space.


What’s happening with current Robert Middle School students?

Current 6th grade students will go to Leaman Junior High for the 2023-2024 school year.


What’s happening with Leaman Junior High?

For the 2023-2024 school year, Leaman Junior High will house incoming 7th and 8th grade students.


What’s happening with current Leaman Junior High students?

Current 7th grade students will remain at Leaman as 8th grade students for the 2023-2024 school year. Current 8th grade students will attend Roberts Middle School as freshmen for the 2023-2024 school year. The district is also adding nine portable buildings to create classroom space.


What’s happening with Fulshear High School?

For the 2023-2024 school year, Fulshear High School will house incoming 10th – 12th grade students. The district is also adding eight portable buildings to create classroom space.


What’s happening with current Fulshear High School students?

Current 9th grade students will remain at Fulshear HS as 10th grade students for the 2023-2024 school year. Current 10th grade students will remain at Fulshear HS as 11th grade students for the 2023-2024 school year. Current 11th grade students will remain at Fulshear HS as 12th grade students for the 2023-2024 school year.


To submit questions, comments or concerns regarding the plan, e-mail Info@LCISD.org.



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