School starts Wednesday August 16


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479-885-3907 Central Office/Admin
479-885-3344 High School Office
479-885-6511 Middle School Office
479-885-3363 Elementary Office


Attention Lamar Community
The Lamar Wellness Center is open to the public as well as students. Clinic hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm. To make an appointment call 479-885-3966. The clinic is housed in the old Totem Pole Daycare Center on Lamar's campus behind the elementary school. 


Lamar School District Awarded ISEP Grant

The Lamar School District received an Innovations Solutions  for Educational Partnership(ISEP) grant of $1769.58 to purchase an AED for the high school.  There are currently four AED’s on campus and with the addition of the AED at the high school all but one building is covered in case of an emergency.  Having quicker access to an AED aids not only students but also the staff as well.



Parents/Guardian

The School District Wellness Policies were recently revised and accepted.  They will be available so that you know what guidelines our students will be following.  If you have any questions about the information in the Wellness Policies, contact Michele Brown, District Wellness Coordinator, 479-885-3965. 


       Lamar School District - 2016 Thriving Community
Warrior News Feed
ALL students are required by law to have an “Up to Date” shot record to attend school. If you haven’t brought in your updated shot record or an appointment card stating when you’ll receive your immunizations you need to do so ASAP. 

Your child's BMI information is available through the school RN.
Contact:  Karma Williams-885-3914
for results.



Home Access Center Getting Started Guide


Growing Healthy Classroom Winners

Anita Patton and Brandy Freyaldenhoven were recognized by ArCOP for Growing Healthy Classrooms.  They were recognized for distinction in creating a healthy and safe learning environment for students in their classrooms.  Brandy Freyaldenhoven was recognized as a Blossoming Classroom, and Anita Patton was recognized as a Thriving Classroom which is the highest distinction possible.   They will receive free admission to the School Health Conference, July 11-13 and will be recognized with a certificate for their accomplishment.