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North Lamar ISD

Parent & Student Resources

You are your child's first and most important teacher.

Parents are valued assets in North Lamar ISD, where we believe that successful learning is accomplished through positive relationships with parents and our community.  The excellence in our District is due, in large part, to the involvement of our parents.  By sharing their time, talents and resources, our parents strengthen North Lamar ISD.  In addition to the resources found on this site, parents are encouraged to contact their child's teachers and school office for additional information or volunteer opportunities.
North Lamar ISD Panther Messenger

NLISD uses the SchoolMessenger Notification System for the Panther Messages. The system provides timely communication to parents, students, staff, and the community . If you are a staff member or have a child attending North Lamar ISD, you are automatically in the database and will receive phone notifications. However, if you would prefer to receive Panther Messages by email or text messages, you can create your own contact preference profile. InfoCenter allows you to control the ways in which you prefer to be contacted. It also works like a mailbox, giving you a place to review messages you may have missed. Please review the InfoCenter Sign-up Instructions.

Proceed to SchoolMessenger InfoCenter. 
NLISD Parent Involvement Program
By taking an active role at school, your involvement can boost your child's achievement.
Learn more about the NLISD Parent Involvement Program .

Parents' Bulletin

A service provided by the U.S. Department of Education.

NL Project Graduation
NL Project Graduation is a year filled with fundraising events so that we can provide a celebration for our seniors on the night of graduation. If you are the parent of a senior or have a connection to a senior, please consider joining our project. 
Learn more about NL Project Graduation.
Evidence proves that a brain which stays engaged over the summer loses less knowledge than one that is not kept mentally active. One way to exercise your brain is to keep reading. The Houston Association of Independent School Librarians Network (HAISLN) has a wonderful summer reading list, divided by grade levels, that the network puts great effort into updating every year. This list is often referred to when recommending good books to parents for children to read during the break from school.
NLISD Bullying Prevention, please see the Bullying tab on the district home page. www.northlamar.net

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