Broadway is a busy place as usual. Monday, October 24 begins our Red Ribbon Week. Our theme this year is “I have the Power to be Drug free!” Monday, we will all wear red; Tuesday, we are dressing like “tacky” tourists; Wednesday, we are dressing up as our favorite super heroes; Thursday, we are wearing mismatched clothing; and Friday, we are wearing tutus and ties! Our annual door decorating contest will be on Tuesday. We are looking forward to a week of fun and commitment to make better choices and live a drug-free life!
Friday, October 28 we will celebrate our good character with our Walk of Fame, led by Mocha. Also, on that Friday are our Academic celebrations for the first nine weeks.
Red Ribbon Week is combined with Buckalew Spirit Week this year from October 24 to October 29. Activities will include: Monday – Team Up Against Drugs – wear Texas team shirts, Tuesday – Hats Off To Being Drug Free – wear a hat or Buckalew cap, Wednesday – Follow Your Dreams – Don’t do drugs – wear pajamas, Thursday – Drugs Are No Match For Me – wear mismatched clothing and Friday – Future Highlanders Say No To Drugs – wear Highlander red and green!
October 24 – 26 the Book Fair Preview will take place in the library. Book Fair sales start October 27.
Friday, October 28 is the first grade Pumpkin Fair. There will be pumpkin treats and activities for the children. This is a fun way to celebrate fall.
Our winners this week of the “Principal’s Medallion” are: Kindergarten – Hanna Fraser, first grade – Finnley Boling, second grade – Emily Zoda, third grade – Kate Taliaferro and fourth grade – Daniel Klaus.
October 24 through October 28 we will celebrate Red Ribbon Week. On Monday, we will “follow our dreams, not drugs, because drugs are unBEARable.” Bobcats will wear pajamas and bring a small stuffed animal. On Tuesday, we will wear our favorite team shirts, because “Winners Don’t Do Drugs!” On Wednesday we will wear hats and crazy socks because we are “Drug Free from Head to Toe.” Bobcats are “too bright to use drugs,” so we will wear neon on Thursday. On Friday we will top Red Ribbon Week off by wearing red.
On October 25, the Love and Logic series continues from 6-8 p.m., and our third and fourth graders will participate in the Conroe ISD Fun Run at The Woodlands High School.
Kindergarten will go on a Field Trip on October 27.
October 27 students will participate in The College Park Fun Run. Good luck to all of awesome runners.
October 27 teachers will be participating in the annual Collins Intermediate Lip Sync Battle.
Thank you to all of our wonderful Junior Achievement volunteers who came and taught classes to our sixth graders.
Timberwolf teachers are Recognizing Our Committed Kids. Teachers are keeping their eyes out for students who are making great choices in behavior. Congratulations to the following students, you rock. Alexis Hepworth, Jackson Norris, Pierce Geminden, Madison Bristow, Corbin Gutierrez, Jaleya Hernandez, Tyler Bienvenu, Lelya Garcia, Brynn Meade, Ryan Shaw, Savannah Sanderlin, Aaidan Inniss, Dana Khattab, Miranda Bocanegro, Isabella Schiffman, Camie Burkeen, Justin Cano, Kryssiam Ramirez, Victoria Amaro, Ella Weninger, Koy Montanez, Mia Provo, Audrey Sims, Ehren Klaus, David Sefcik, Chloe Garrett, Carter Semple, Lorali Wood, Jaleigh Levine, Pacience Chambers, Abby McDaniel, Alyssa Gomez, Kameron Looff, Mackenzie Daniecki, Evan Tepfenhart, Chris Cartagena, Drew Ricker, Sophia Vasquez, Jayden Thompson, Drew Christensen, Yacoub Yousef, Zachary Jones, Carisma Guajardo, Shelby Smith, Riley Gaetz, Jordan Aumock, Silvano Gonzalez, Nolan Russell, Abigail Garza and Breanna Buescher.
The week of October 23 is Red Ribbon Week. Our Cubs pledge to be drug free. There will be drug free activities all week.
A Book Fair will be open in the library the week of October 24.
Thursday, October 27 we will host our annual Fall Family Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Families are invited to come learn about what students are learning in reading and writing. Each family will receive tips on how to help students at home in these two areas. We will have healthy snacks to share. Students and parents will also make reading games to take home.
David Elementary will have their fall book fair October 20 – 26. Each purchase made at the book fair helps the school buy books for the library and other classroom materials.
October 24-28 is Red Ribbon Week. This will be the week that we emphasize the importance of being drug-free and encourage students to make healthy choices. Each day during the week, there will be a theme. If possible, we would love for our students and staff to participate.
Monday, October 24: I Moustache You to Wear Red: Wear as much red as possible and a moustache. Tuesday, October 25: It’s Tacky to do Drugs! It’s Tacky Tourist Tuesday: Wear mismatched and ridiculous tourist clothes. Wednesday, October 26: Lions, Tigers and Bears…Oh My! Alcohol, Tobacco & Drugs…Goodbye! Dress like a character from the Wizard of Oz.
Thursday, October 27: I am “Tutu” Smart to get Tied up in Drugs! Wear a tutu and/or a tie.
Friday, October 28: “You Won’t See Me Using Drugs!” Wear Camouflage Clothing.
Our Annual Pumpkin Decorating Event will be October 24-28. You can start bringing your decorated pumpkin on Monday, October 24 until Friday morning, October 28. No carved pumpkins, please, only decorated ones. Pumpkins will be displayed in the library. All students will need to take their pumpkin home on Friday, October 28, so please make arrangements to pick students up that afternoon if the pumpkin is too big to go home on the bus.
Red Ribbon week is October 24 – 28. Be on the look-out in your child’s Tuesday folder for information about what will be worn each day to remind us to be drug free.
First graders will be going a field trip to Science Stem at Rainbow Roller Rink on Wednesday, October 26.
Second graders will be going on a field trip to P6 Farms on Thursday, October 27.
Attendance counts for every child every day. Congratulations to Mrs. Hayes’ class on achieving 10 Attendance Rockets for the whole class being on time and staying at school all day!
The third grade Food Drive, benefitting families in our local community, is underway through October 28.
Red Ribbon Week, a national effort to educate students about the dangers of drug use, is the week of October 24-28. Our school counselor, Mrs. Florian, is teaching guidance lessons through the month of October aimed at healthy and safe choices that we make in every area of life: at home, at school, with others, in taking care of our bodies. Through learning activities and discussion, students are focusing on the lifelong skill of making good choices. To celebrate Red Ribbon Week, students are encouraged to dress up according to the schedule coming home in their Wednesday folders. Please talk with your child regularly about making good choices throughout their life. They are the chief beneficiary of their choices, whether good or bad.
The annual CISD College Park Fall Fun Run will take place at College Park High School on Tuesday, October 25. The rain date for the event is Thursday, October 27. The Fall Fun Run is open to all students in grades 3-4 from Hailey Elementary. The one-mile run will start and finish inside the football/track stadium at College Park High School. The event will start at 4 p.m. and conclude at approximately 5:30 p.m. – beginning with the third grade girls, followed by the third grade boys. The next grade level and gender will follow the conclusion of the preceding race. Participants should wear running shoes, shorts/pants, and their school t-shirt. All finishers will receive a Finisher’s Ribbon commemorating the 2016 event. It is advised that all Fun Run participants are able to run the complete one-mile course.
Also, Tuesday, October 25 is Hailey Spirit Night at Baskin Robbins at 3-9 p.m. Enjoy an ice cream treat and support our school at the same time. This day is also Spirit Night at Fuddrucker’s. Enjoy a vacation from the kitchen and support our school at the same time.
Friday, October 28 at 5:30-7:30 p.m. is our annual Boo Bash. A trunk-or-treat event will be held at the Boo Bash, where Hailey students may wear child friendly costumes and visit with friends on this special night. Candy donations labeled Hailey PTA are currently being accepted in the front office. Light refreshments will be served and DJ Zapman will entertain with music.
Students can bring aluminum cans, foil, pans, and aluminum computer parts for recycling every Friday morning for our Cash for Cans program, which also helps support our school. Please deliver recyclables to the front porch when arriving at school.
Irons Junior High
Every Thursday in October, we encourage students and faculty to wear pink in honor of “Cancer Awareness.” Let’s color Irons with pink every Thursday!!!
Irons Junior High is proud to recognize the following “Students of The Week” for their academic or social achievements.
Ms Boyd would like to recognize Jagvir Hoonjan for his class leadership and helpfulness qualities. We appreciate you Jagvir.
Mr. Mantooth would like to recognize Aaron Johnston for his excellent work as the Secretary of Education during first period history class.
Mr. Scurto would like to recognize Erika Lunkwitz for scoring a 100 on an Algebra test and for putting in extra effort to help as needed during class.
Ms. Prchlik would like to recognize her sixth period class for demonstrating excellent effort, working well with each other, and staying motivated to become the best that they can be.
The learning Team “Zombie Slayers” would like to recognize Michaela Morgan for being extremely hard working and kind. Keep it up Michaela!
The learning team “Hip Hawks” would like to recognize Trey Harris.
The learning team “Black Hawks” would like to recognize Morgan Deering. She is really working hard this year and has become a class leader. We are all very proud of her.
Theatre 1 student of the week is Sebastian Saenz and the Theater Troupe student of the week is Kara Salva.
Outstanding artists of the week from Mrs. Kane are: Jesse Balboa, Sierra Pounds, Mackenzie Meyers, David Loera, Aiden De La Cruz.
Choir singers of the week are Angeli Spagnoletti and Avriana Lisembee.
Cheerleaders of the week are Madison Dornak and Lexi Pscheidt
The Liberty Stars would like to recognize the Dancer of the Week, Marissa Hernandez and Spirit Girl of the Week, Julia Jowers. Way to go, ladies! The Stars would also like to recognize the Teacher of the Week, Mr. Hurlburt from Teen Leadership class. Thank you Mr. Hurlbert for all you do for your students!
The seventh grade Hawks Star Athletes of the Week are Dexter Green, Matthew Humplik Nathaniel Murphy. Green and Humplik powered the Irons to a 14-0 lead over Peet and Murphy squashed all hopes of a comeback by intercepting Peet late in the fourth quarter.
The eighth grade Hawks Star Athletes of the Week are Landon Lightsey and the entire offensive line (D’Andre Hardy, Jason Henderson, Xavier Allen, Jesus Hernandez and Styvin Ortiz). Landon showed great command of the offense and the offensive line gave the running backs spacious lanes to run through to lead the Hawks to a 14-0 victory.
During the week of, October 24 – 28, students and staff will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week. Monday, will be “Paws-itively Proud to Be Drug Free”, everyone wear red. Tuesday, will be “Turn Your Back on Drugs”, everyone wear their shirt backwards. Wednesday, will be “United We Stand Against Bullying and Drugs”, everyone wear red, white and blue. Thursday, will be “Make Drugs History”, everyone dress in clothes from their favorite decade and Friday, will be “Your Choices Are the Key to Your Dreams”, everyone wear their favorite pajamas.
Tuesday, October 25 will be Chick-fil-a Fundraiser Night from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Chick-fil-a on Sawdust.
Red Ribbon Week 2016 Good Character, Good Choices Drug and Bully Free! Monday, Oct. 24 – “Say goodnight to Drugs and Bullying!” (Wear your pajamas). Follow school dress code. Tuesday, Oct. 25 – “Put a Cap on Drugs and Bullying!” (Wear your favorite cap or hat). Wednesday, Oct. 26 – “Red Hot against Drugs and Bullying!” (Wear Red). Thursday, Oct. 27 – SWAG-”Students with academic goals” (Wear sunglasses). Friday, Oct. 28 – “Team up Against Drugs and Bullying!” (Wear favorite team shirt).
The Scholastic Book Fair will be coming to the Mitchell Library from October 17 – 28 and will be open daily from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The fair will also be open late on the following dates and times: October 18 during fifth grade open house from 5-7:30. And during Wax Museum presentations on Tuesday October 25 and Thursday October 27 from 5-7 p.m.
LC 6 students will present their Wax Museum projects on Monday, October 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the school Commons.
LC 1 students will present their Wax Museum projects on Thursday, October 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the school Commons.
The Choir Solo Contest will be held on Saturday, October 29 at Vogel Intermediate School beginning at 8 a.m.
October 24 – October 29 is Red Ribbon Week. Students will participate in different activities each day to celebrate living drug-free lives.
October 25 students are invited to participate in Fun Runs at The Woodlands College Park High School and The Woodlands High School with other feeder schools. Fun Runs begin at 4 p.m.
Box Tops for Education collection ends on October 28.
Red Ribbon week will be held Oct 24 – 28 for drug awareness. Each day we will wear something to show our support. Check your child’s folder for this information.
Congratulations to those students who have all E’s in behavior on your report card. They will be treated to a short party on October 21.
Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated the week on October 24.
October 28 our Rice Way Pep Rally will be held.
The Conroe Fire Department will visit with our students on October 31.
Kona Ice will be at Rice on Wednesday, November 9.
Friday, November 11 Rice will host a Family Game Night from 6 to 8 p.m.
The week of Monday, November 14 Rice will recognize Generation Texas Week.
Tuesday, November 15 class pictures will be taken.
Junior Achievement will make presentations in our second grade classrooms on Wednesday, November 16.
B B Rice third and fourth graders will be going on field trips on Thursday, November 17.
Career day will be held on Friday, November 18.
Friday, November 18 our Pre K students will have their annual Pow Wow.
Students will be off the week on November 21 for Thanksgiving.
We will celebrate Red Ribbon Week October 24 – 28.
This month’s Superstar Celebration for Character will be Friday October 28.
Stewart Mustangs will celebrate Red Ribbon Week October 24-26. Daily themes will be celebrated as we live a drug free life! Students are encouraged to follow the daily dress in supporting our healthy choices: Monday – Wear RED; Tuesday – Dress in your favorite Generation; Wednesday – Wear mis-matched clothes; Thursday – Dress as your favorite celebrity or athlete; and Friday – Wear favorite pajamas.
Coulson Tough will be participating in Red Ribbon week, October 24-28. There will be a special activity planned for each day.
Monday, Red Ribbon Day, everyone will wear red to kick off a great week! Students will receive their 2016 Red Ribbon Spirit Stick and Ambassadors will decorate the fences with red ribbons.
Tuesday, Hats Off to a Healthy Life, students may wear a hat to school. Wednesday, Follow Your Dreams, PJ Day, students and staff may wear their PJs to school. Thursday, Hugs not Drugs, students may bring a stuffed animal to school. Friday, I am Responsible for Me, wear green to celebrate the Spotlight on Responsibility. Students will also participate in our Pledge to a Drug-Free Life on KTUF, the school television station.
Zoe’s Kitchen in Sterling Ridge will be sponsoring a Partner Share for Coulson Tough on October 25. A percent of the proceeds will benefit the Coulson Tough PTO. Please stop by for lunch or dinner and mention you are with Coulson Tough.
Red Ribbon Week will be October 24-28. Students will enjoy theme days throughout the week. Look for information coming home in Tuesday folders.
Parents are invited to the Conroe Independent School District’s Dyslexia Parent Information Night. Information presented in English will be on Tuesday, October 25 at Conroe High School from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Information will be presented in Spanish on Thursday, October 27 at the same location and time.
Kona Ice will visit the school on Friday, October 28. Students may purchase a Kona Ice for $3.
Washington Junior High
The Fall Festival Dance will be October 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the gym.