In the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl across our area, Lamar CISD is canceling all summer school classes, programs, extracurricular activities, and practices scheduled for Wednesday, July 10 and Thursday, July 11. All locations will remain closed to students and staff on Wednesday, July 10, and Thursday, July 11. This closure will allow our maintenance teams to work efficiently and without interruptions, ensuring our schools are safe. We will welcome all staff and students on Monday, July 15.



In a growing school system, the district’s attendance zones will inevitably change to accommodate the growth. As a hypergrowth district, we are experiencing significant enrollment increases in some areas. As a result, some schools are over capacity while others have available capacity. The Board may consider leveling plans to balance student enrollment across campuses and alleviate overcrowding.   The district’s process is to collect feedback from community stakeholders regarding attendance boundary options. We specifically look to include parents from the potentially impacted campuses/areas. 

We appreciate everyone who provided input during the attendance boundary committee meetings and the leveling process.

The Lamar CISD Board of Trustees has approved new attendance zones that will impact Austin, Frost, Jackson, Long, Pink, Smith, and Travis Elementary Schools, which will go into effect for the 2024-2025 school year.

⤓ Board Approved Attendance Zones

En un sistema escolar en crecimiento, las zonas de asistencia del distrito cambiarán inevitablemente para adaptarse a este aumento. Como distrito de hipercrecimiento, estamos experimentando aumentos significativos de inscripciones en algunas zonas. Como resultado, algunas escuelas se encuentran por encima de su capacidad mientras que otras tienen capacidad disponible. La Mesa Directiva podría contemplar planes de nivelación para equilibrar las inscripciones de estudiantes en todos los campus y reducir la superpoblación.   El proceso del distrito consiste en recabar opiniones de las partes interesadas en la comunidad en relación a las opciones respecto a los límites de asistencia. Específicamente buscamos incluir a los padres de los campus/áreas que potencialmente se vean afectados. 

Agradecemos a todos los que dieron su opinión durante las reuniones del comité de límites de asistencia y el proceso de nivelación.

La Mesa Directiva de Lamar CISD ha aprobado nuevas zonas de asistencia que afectarán a las escuelas primarias Austin, Frost, Jackson, Long, Pink, Smith y Travis, que entrarán en vigor para el ciclo escolar 2024-2025.

⤓ Board Approved Attendance Zones


Welcome to Austin Elementary School!

Office Hours

The front office will be closed from June 4 - July 8. 
It will reopen July 9.


Registering your future Astronaut is as simple as 1-2-3-4!
1. Visit > Students and Parents > Registration and scroll down to Students New to LCISD
2. Follow directions to locate your campus and complete the New Student Online Enrollment Application
3. Gather the required documents: Proof of Residency (closing documents, leasing agreement, fixed utility bill - electric, gas, water), copy of parent/guardian driver's license, student birth certificate, student immunization records
4.Visit during one of the below windows:
- June 1- July 18: All grades can visit the Registration Center at Wertheimer Middle School, 4240 FM 723, Rosenberg, TX 77471


Attendance notes may be sent by email but must come from a parent's verified email account. The email must be sent to the campus attendance clerk when your student returns to school. Please include your student's first name, last name, teacher name, grade and the date(s) which your student was absent.

Parent Information

Registration for 2024-2025 040524
Registration for 2024-2025 SP final
24-25 School Supply Kit Flyer
MyStop Info Flyer
MyStop Info Flyer Spanish

School Hours

School Hours: 7:15 a.m. - 2:40 p.m. 
Students who arrive after 7:15 a.m. are tardy. 

Breakfast 6:45 a.m. - 7:15 a.m.
1st Bell 7:05 a.m.
Tardy Bell 7:15 a.m.
Dismissal Bell 2:40 p.m.


Upcoming Events at Austin

Aug. 12 - First Day of School

Austin PTO

To learn more about the Austin PTO, please visit their website and Facebook page:
Austin PTO Website
Austin PTO Facebook Page

Follow Austin Elementary

Please join us on Facebook to see pictures of school events and activities! 


Lunch Times

2024-2025 Times TBA


school cafe

Breakfast and lunch are FREE to all students at Austin, but students may purchase a la carte items. Your child's student ID number will also be their lunch number. You can also use this number to add money to their account online. Students will use their SMART Tag in the lunch line.

To make a payment on your child's account, please login to 

For parent online help, please call 855-729-2328 or email [email protected].

To put restrictions on your child's account, please call 832-223-0180 or through your student's account on


Lamar CISD implemented the SMART Tag system, which is designed to improve the safety and security of students who utilize school bus transportation. For more information, please click here.

If your student lost or breaks their SMART Tag, parents will need to purchase a new SMART Tag for $5.00.  Click here to purchase a new SMART Tag.

Please do not bend or punch a hole into the SMART Tag. 


Transportation Changes

Transportation changes must be submitted to the front office before 2:10 p.m. Transportation changes must be submitted by phone call or by a written note. 

On early release days, transportation changes must be submitted to the front office before 11 a.m. 

Permanent transportation changes must be made in writing.


Campus Forms & Documents   

After School Care   

For on-site after school care, please call the YMCA at 281-341-0791. Their program is for students K-5 and offered Monday - Friday (on regular school days) until 6:30 p.m. 

Below are the after school care facilities that provide transportation to and from Austin. 
Funshine Academy - 281-342-9624
Kids R Kids - 832-451-1111
Tree House Academy - 832-595-8500

Car Riders   

Please get a White Austin Visor Tag from your student's teacher. 

Place the White Austin Visor Tag in your front window.

If someone else picks up your child, please make sure they have the White Austin Visor Tag.

Please follow the car rider line route on the side of the building. 

All car riders must be picked up in the car ride line. 


Please meet your student(s) at the flag pole in the front of the bike rack.

Walker/Bikers will be released first. Please be at the flag pole at 2:40 p.m.

Kinder and 1st grade students must have an adult or older sibling present to receive their child. Individuals receiving Kinder or 1st grade students at the flag pole will need to be in possession of a picture ID, so the staff member can verify release authorization on the first day of school. We will then give a White Austin Walker/Biker Tag to use the following days. You could also get a White Austin Walker/Biker Tag from your child's teacher.

For Kinder and 1st grade, please email your child's teacher if you give permission for your child to be released by an older sibling. We must have this parent permission documentation on file. 

We will not release students to parents parked in the parking lot. You must meet your child at the flag pole. 


Public Comments on the 2024-2025 ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application

Jun 20, 2024 | Lamar CISD Communications

Public Comments on the 2024-2025 ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application

ESEA Section 8306(a)(7) and the ESSA Program-Specific Provisions and Assurances require Lamar CISD to receive public comment before the ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application is submitted to the Texas Education Agency.

Lamar CISD intends to apply for the following application(s) for federal grant funds with the Texas Education Agency.

  • Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
  • Title I, Part A – Improving Basic Programs
  • Title I, Part D Subpart 2-- Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk
  • Title II, Part A – Supporting Effective Instruction
  • Title III, Part A – Supporting LEP and Immigrant Students
  • Title IV, Part A – Student Support and Academic Enrichment 
Grant NameGrant DescriptionPlanning Amount 2024-2025
Title I, Part A Title I, Part A funding provides supplemental resources to help schools with high concentrations of students from low-income homes improve the quality of education programs and ensure students have opportunities to meet challenging state assessments. $4,395,324
Title I, Part D Title I, Part D, Subpart 2 funding supports programs to improve the educational services to children residing in facilities for delinquent children to acquire the knowledge and skills in the state content standards and state student performance standards. $81,617
Title II, Part A Title II, Part A funding supports programs to increase student achievement through improving teacher and principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in classrooms and highly qualified principals in schools $868,599
Title III, Part A Title III, Part A funding supports programs for limited English proficient students to attain English proficiency, develop high levels of academic attainment, and meet the state content standards and student achievement standards. $838,805
Title III, Part A (Immigrant) Title III, Part A (Immigrant) funding supports programs to ensure that English learners (ELs) and immigrant students attain English proficiency and develop high levels of academic achievement in English and to assist all English Learners with meeting the same challenging State academic standards that all children are expected to meet. $75,520
 Title IV, Part A Title IV, Part A funding supports programs to improve student academic achievement by providing all students with access to a well-rounded education; improve school conditions for student learning; and improve the use of technology. $312,550

Any member of the community wishing to provide a comment regarding these grant applications is invited to submit comments to Lamar CISD by emailing the Director of Federal Programs, Dr. Marva O’Neal at [email protected].  All comments must be received by Lamar CISD no later than noon on July 11, 2024. Any comments received by this deadline will be considered by Lamar CISD before it submits its grant application.


La Sección de ESEA 8306(a)(7) y las Provisiones y Garantías Específicas del Programa ESSA establecen que Lamar CISD debe recibir comentarios del público antes de presentar la Solicitud de Fondos Federales Consolidados de ESSA a la Agencia de Educación de Texas.

Lamar CISD tiene la intención de solicitar la(s) siguiente(s) solicitud(es) de fondos de subsidio federal a la Agencia de Educación de Texas.

  • Ley para el Éxito de Todos los Estudiantes (ESSA)
  • Título I, Parte A — Mejora de los Programas Básicos
  • Título I, Parte D Subparte II —Programas de Prevención e Intervención para Niños y Jóvenes Desatendidos, Delincuentes o en Riesgo
  • Título II, Parte A —Apoyo a una Educación Eficaz
  • Título III, Parte A — Apoyo a los Estudiantes LEP e Inmigrantes
  • Título IV, Parte A — Apoyo a los Estudiantes y Enriquecimiento Académico


FondosDescripción de los FondosImporte de Planeación 2024-2025
Título I, Parte ATítulo I, Parte A proporciona fondos para recursos suplementarios que ayudan a las escuelas con altas concentración de estudiantes de familias de bajos recursos a mejorar la calidad de sus programas educativos y asegurar que los estudiantes cuentan con oportunidades que les permitan cumplir con las exigentes evaluaciones estatales. $4,395,324
Título I, Parte DTítulo I, Parte D, Subparte II son fondos que apoyan a programas de mejoramiento de los servicios educativos en niños y jóvenes que residen en instalaciones para delincuentes a fin de que adquieran los conocimientos y destrezas de los estándares estatales, y cumplan con los estándares de rendimiento estudiantil. $81,617
Título II, Parte ATítulo II, Parte A son fondos que ayudan a aumentar el rendimiento estudiantil apoyando al mejoramiento de la calidad de los maestros y directores de escuelas y al aumento del número de maestros altamente capacitados en los salones de clases y directores altamente calificados en las escuelas. $868,599
Título III, Parte A Los fondos del Título III, Parte A, tienen como objetivo tener programas para que los estudiantes con dominio limitado del inglés alcancen el dominio de este idioma, desarrollen altos niveles académicos y cumplan las normas estatales de contenido y los estándares de rendimiento de los estudiantes. $838,805
Título III, Parte A (Inmigrante) El Título III, Parte A (Inmigrantes) respalda programas que garanticen que los estudiantes de inglés (EL) y los estudiantes inmigrantes alcancen el dominio y desarrollo de altos niveles de rendimiento académico del inglés además de ayudar a todos los estudiantes de inglés a cumplir con los mismos estándares académicos estatales exigentes que se espera que cumplan todos los estudiantes. $75,520
Título IV, Parte A El Título IV, Parte A tiene como objetivo financiar programas para mejorar el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes, proporcionando a todos los estudiantes acceso a una educación completa; mejorar las condiciones escolares para el aprendizaje de los estudiantes; y mejorar el uso de la tecnología. $312,550

 Se invita a cualquier miembro de la comunidad que desee proporcionar comentarios con respecto a las solicitudes de fondos a enviar sus comentarios a Lamar CISD al correo electrónico de la Directora de Programas Federales, Dra. Marva O'Neal a [email protected]. Todo comentario deberá ser recibido por Lamar CISD a más tardar a las 12:00 del mediodía del 11 de julio de 2024 para será tomado en cuenta por Lamar CISD antes de presentar la solicitud de fondos.


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