(Crested Gecko)

Bruce (Rabbit)


The LMC has approximately 80 different critters at their facility.  Most are available for checkout by teachers in CCISD for their classroom.

Seabrook Intermediate School proudly houses Clear Creek Independent School District’s Living Materials Center (LMC). This is a facility that houses all year round over 60 different species of animals, many exotic and sub-exotic. These animals can be checked out by the teachers to enhance their curriculum and enrich the classroom.  We also provide educational programs about animals both here at the LMC and out at the individual schools

Feb 4, 2024 Fundraiser

The Living Materials Center 

Seabrook Intermediate

Elsa (Axolotyl)

February 4, 2024 - Walk on the Wild Side Charity Event (WOWS)

Registration Begins at 8:15am. Walk/Run starts at 9:00am (rain or shine).

Jake  (Degu)

Bring your dog for this fun-filled walk/run to benefit the Living Materials Center.  Registration begins at 8:15am.  The walk starts at 9:00am - rain or shine.  Taylor Lake Village Community Park - Kirby Drive.

Visit with LMC animals along the course.

Kids activities

Vendor booths

Marge (Blue Tongued Skink

habitats, LMC modifications, veterinary expenses, ...

WOWS Vendors will have space along the walk to display their business


Taylor Lake Village Park

500 Kirby Blvd

Paloma and Blanco

(Ring-necked Doves)

Contact WOWS

(Bearded Dragon)

$20 per person - one WOWS T-shirt per $20 donation

Living Materials Center


Polo (Tortoise)

(Veiled Chameleon)

Amon (Egyptian Sand Fish)

Blaze (Bearded Dragon)

Merton (Retired)

Jaba (Pacman Frog)

Pebble (Hedgehog)

Heidi (Short Tailed Opossom

Walk on the Wild Side - Walk/Run

Mr. Chin (Chinchilla)

Email Us: critter@lmcwalkonthewildside.org
Help support the Critters

Sponsors will be recognized during the

Walk on the Wild Side event