The next Bronco Round Up will be on Friday, February 17 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Parent permission forms will be sent out soon.
On February 13 and 14, we will be have H.J. Ralls come speak to our students.
On Tuesday, February 14, our student council will be delivering 2,200 singing valentines to our students.
We will finish the week with Jump Rope for Heart on Friday, February 17.
The following students received a Principal High Five award: Caleb Kahoalii, Hayden Samford, Dyuthi Vinna, Liam Sutter, Cade Miller, Jayden Turner, Stone McLeod, Kipton Morris, Kieran Mentlewski, Cayden Coffel, Cadi Adrion, Audrey Allen, Sam Weidman, Shiraz Nisar, Torrie McGowen, Bella Quintero, Ellison Worsham, Cole Cunningham, Nicholas Suire, Evan Gomez, Elijah Terrell, Melea Sylvester, Brayden Robinson, Jess Laywell, Payton Warren, Jacob Hall, Samantha Shurtliff, Camryn Dolezal, Lucy Sivula, Jayden Fuselier, Nick Anzaldua, Caleb Call, Imani Armstrong, Maya Primo, Sophi McKissick, Haley King, Megan West, Ava Olanyk, Elizabeth McPheeters, and Avery McShane.
The second grade Math Olympics is scheduled for Friday, February 17 at 8:15 a.m. The second grade rotates classes for different math activities to reinforce math skills the children need to know. The children have fun with geo-blocks, estimation, probability and problem solving activities.
The winners of the “Principal’s Medallion” for the week of January 30 are: Lia Altimas for synergizing working well with others; Kiran Warren for taking charge by doing what is right and following directions; Calleigh Soulant for working well with groups and sharing ideas with the class; Emma Terniyik for giving 100% all the time and seeking to understand; and Sophia Ahezzi for being proactive.
Each month at Bush Elementary, a student from every class who exemplifies the character trait of the month is awarded a Paws for Pride medal at a ceremony. This month the character trait is Joyfulness. Congratulations to the following students for being Paws for Pride Recipients for January: Taylor Ross, Marisha “Molly” Davidson, Kaitlin Delzer, Devon May, Zeus Mederos, Brady Hant, Kylie Bailey, Ellie Coughlin, Kennedy Kolterjahn, Bryn Derenthal, Scarlett Hopkins, Easton Guest, Emily Sorber, Maya Block, Krushal Panda, Brogan Barth, Joe Spanos, Ashley Inman, Ren Yang, Luke Riggs, Anna Cosby, Hadley Morgan, Rachel Taylor, Ellie Woolley, Jessica Brisson, Kaelynn Coldwell, Madeline Westbrook, Sofia DeLaGarza, Maddox Castillo, Ava Dubs, Jayden O’Flaherty, Alex Hant, Addie Burleson, Sophia Hutchinson and Halaina Haymark.
Our Spring Book Fair runs from February 13 to February 17 at 10 a.m. In conjunction with our book fair, we will host a Grand Event in which grandparents of the children whose last name begins with the letters A-M are invited to lunch on Wednesday, February 15, and children whose last names begin with the letters N-Z are invited to lunch on Thursday, February 16. After lunch, the grandparents and children are invited to shop at the book fair.
On Thursday, February 16, Bush Elementary will host Science and Technology Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. All Bush students and parents are invited to attend.
Last day to order yearbooks will be February 24. Please place your order through the Jostens website.
There will be a PTO meeting on February 13 at 1:15 p.m., everyone is invited to attend.
The fifth grade Envision presentation will take place on February 17 at 8 a.m.
Ms. Engle and Mr. Hunt are so proud of all of our 99 students who auditioned for Honor Choir! We had 49 students selected! Congratulations. Sopranos are Giovanna Ceccovilli, Jonathan Pritchard, Chelsea Olatoye, Kayla Rodriguez, Zoë Hamlin, Xena Zanders, Carisma Guajardo, Rusetsa Karamagi, Christina Rowand, Brianna Thomas, Rhea Sanders, Jocelyn Salinas, Lauren Dill, Ryelle Corpus, Jamie Lu, Marlon Escamilla, Lydia Mauzy, Toby Holloway, Megann Hernandez, Hannah Brooks, Paisley Piggott, Zane Hescht, Hannah Bennett, Hannah Sager, Mira Crawshay, and Joshua Davis. Altos are Madison Hamilton, Breanna Thrash, Lindsey Neff, Marion Beerman, Madison Bristow, Lauren Kelly, Carmen Condarco, Michael Villareal, Jaleya Hernandez, Brian Thomas, Shayna Hauser, Samantha Earley, Dayanara Pacheco, Audrey Scogin, Zachary Pangelinan, Rachel Jimenez, Noah Cheatham, Catherine Turbeville, Maximilian Rainey, Brianna Lenard, Madison Bauer, Olivia Terry, and Ava Zegarelli.
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. Allison Johnson, Joey Chapman, Kendra Pankonien, Corbyn Edrington, Miguel Rosciano, Katelyn Powell, Ava Gibbs, Zachary Bullara, Angel Ornelas, Hanalee Banks, Austin Rees, Aubrey Cantrell, Bridget Baker, Gavin Pratt, Kei’Lah Carter, Lily Harden, Justin Starnes, Gage Hunter-Boyce, Kaila Drody, Kamora Taylor, Nick Peralta, Abigail Rose, Isaac Valenzuela, Antonio Mora, David Osorio, Mackenzie Woodward, Kade Walton, Spencer Gumbert, Christian Jones, Mason Sorter, Aidan Evans, Dream Steadham, Christian Adusei, Jordan~Ferguson, Suryavel Ganapathy, Huynh, Andrew, Michael Robinson, Walker Woods, Nicholas Tapparo, Riley Moser, Kyle Edwards, Carson Hughes, Oscar Salinas, Zachary James, Kimberly Whitley, Matthew Halliwell, Matias Lopez, Lucas Collins, Kimberly Holzinger, Isaiah Williams, Deja Alfred and Gavin Williams.
On Thursday, February 16, we will host our annual Math Family Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Families are invited to come and participate with their student in multiple math activities. Each family will receive tips on how to help students at home. We will have healthy snacks to share, fun math games made by parents and students to take home, and door prizes. The Book Fair will also be open in the library for families to shop for new books.
On Saturday, February 18, the Destination Imagination Competition will be held at Oak Ridge High School. Go Cubs!
Our Conroe Festival Feeder Choir will join other Conroe High School feeder schools for a performance on Thursday, February 16 at 7 p.m. at Conroe High School. Fourth graders participating are: Addy Blanks, Zeplin Bogus, Addison Burleson, Mason Cummings, Ross Davis, Mia Diaz, Danielle Dollins, Joey Gosselin, Noah Graff, Aaron Hadash, Payton Hernandez, Addison Kelley, Keali Kruger, Molly McCollum, Megan Miesner, Caroline Rhodes, Matty Roberts, Olivia Slater, Joshua Upshaw, Kaelyn Wallace, Lani Weaver, and Tate Weaver.
Mark your calendars for Giesinger Math & Science Game Night on February 16 from 6-8 p.m. Giesinger Eagles and their families are invited to visit all our grade levels for engaging and interactive math and science activities. We hope to see you there!
Attendance counts for every child every day. Congratulations to Mrs. Doan’s, Mrs. Hayes’, and Mrs. Villalta’s classes for achieving 10 Attendance Rockets for the whole class being on time and staying at school all day!
On Thursday, February 16, pre-kindergarten teachers will hold a parent information session at 5:30 p.m. in the school library. The same evening, there will be a Language Arts Family Night at 6 p.m. for all students and their families.
Our school’s Destination Imagination teams will compete in the district DI competition Saturday, February 18. We are very proud of the hard work and commitment our students and coaches have put into their Destination Imagination projects and wish them the best of luck at the contest.
Students can bring aluminum cans, foil, pans, and aluminum computer parts for recycling every Friday morning for our Cash for Cans program, which helps support our school. Please deliver recyclables to the front porch when arriving at school.
Tuesday, February 14 is Valentine’s Day! Join us for Pastries with Parents at 7 a.m.
On Thursday, February 16, we will be having a Pre-K Family Engagement Night at 5 p.m.
Our Destination Imagination students have been working hard, and they have a tournament on Saturday, February 18! Good luck DI Team!
Irons Junior High
Irons Junior High is proud to recognize the following “Students of The Week” for their academic or social achievements.
Mrs. Ryan & Mrs. Laegar want to recognize the following students who did exceptional work on their recent Industrial Revolution projects: Brendan Roberts, Joseph Miles, Emma Forney, Brendan Flanagan, Rose Richards, Cadence Gerhard, Sophia Kahney, Ellie Kainer, Grace Hebert, Alexis Shank, Chloie Pipkin and Jackie Wheeler.
Mrs. Horrell would like to recognize Jason Henderson for his commitment to his own academic success. He respectfully questions when he needs clarification.
Coach Stuksa wants to recognize an outstanding PE student, Rylie McCullough. She is an outstanding PE student in the Partner’s PE. Works with the life-skills students and is always dressed out and ready to help.
Mrs. Fiedler would like to recognize Sidney Waggoner for working hard and being a good example to her peers in our math class! We are so proud of the progress she has made this year.
Bass Porter Risner and Cox nominate Nancy Vasquez for hard work.
Ms. Porter would like to recognize Michaela Allen and Clara Hurlbut for hard work and constant positivity.
Outstanding Artist of the week from Ms. Kane is Gerald Ngindi.
The seventh grade Lady Hawks Star Athlete of the Week is Ashley Lehn.
The eighth grade Lady Hawks Star Athlete of the Week is Mikayla Sue.
On Tuesday, February 14, all grade levels will have a Valentine exchange.
Second grade will have a music program on Thursday, February 16 at 6:30 p.m. for friends and family and will have a second performance on Friday, February 17 for the school at 9 a.m.
LC 6 will take a field trip to the Museum of Natural Science to participate in the Mission to Mars program on Friday, February 17. This field trip is sponsored by The Mitchell Parent Teacher Organization.
Band Benchmarks will be held beginning at 8 a.m. in Mitchell Intermediate Commons.
The Destination Imagination competition will take place on Saturday, February 18 at the Oak Ridge Ninth Grade campus.
Peet Junior High
The UIL academic team participated in the CISD UIL invitational meet hosted at Peet on January 18. We are very proud of our entire team for their hard work. We would also like to say thank you to all the volunteers, parents, and teachers who helped make this a great event.
Congratulations to all finalists. In the seventh grade Art competition, Gabriela Romer came in fifth place and Sofia Ruiz Hernandez came in fourth place. For eighth grade Art, Kaitlyn Fuentes came in fourth place. In the eighth grade Maps, Graphs, and Charts competition, Payton McDowell came in sixth place. In Science Jasper Costner took fifth place for seventh grade and Marigny Dwyer came in third place for eighth grade. In seventh grade Math, Timothy Baker came in fifth place. For eighth grade Math, Adel Managan came in sixth place and Michal Wood came in fourth place. In Impromptu Speaking, Beau Simmons came in third place for seventh grade. In Oral Reading-Prose for seventh grade, Lauren Pinchback came in second place. In Oral Reading Prose for eighth grade, Madi Babb came in fifth place and Alekzandra Pena came in second place. In the Modern Oratory eighth grade competition, Dane Jackson came in fifth place and Shann Dumlao came in fourth. In the seventh grade Modern Oratory, Maximo Matanzo Brenton came in first place. Great job everyone! Our Academic team will be competing again on April 12 at Knox for the District Meet.
Math Targeted Tutorials will be held in the eighth grade math hall on February 25 and March 4 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Please see the website for a flyer with additional information.
On Saturday, January 28, students from the band program participated in the CISD Solo and Ensemble Contest at Oak Ridge High School. The Band took 98 students and brought home 107 Superior, Division One Medals! Congratulations to all who participated.
The following students received a Superior Rating in Ensemble performance: Abby Ackley, Emmanuel Alarcon, Gerardo Alvarez, Kennedy Anderson, Mia Arnsworth, Ben Averitt, Madyson Barnett, Patricia Becerra, Zach Boerema, Brittany Cameron, Mikaela Cantu, Alexia Celaya, Daniel Chavez, Zealya Coley, Cadence Corkins, Trace Cunningham, Cali Davenport, Hope Davis, Noah Dawson, Luis De La Cerda, Joshua Denman, Joanna Diaz, Damien Doffing, Eoin Dwyer, Bryanna Estrada, JJ Flores, Elizabeth Franks, Jacob Frosch, Johnny Gelston, Garrett Hallbauer, America Hernandez, Ever Hinojosa, Chelsey Hohensee, James Hollis, Ian Irvin, Oliver Johnson, Alexis Johnston, Shane Joseph, Licheng Lin, Peyton Lundy, Ty Martin, Rachel Martinez, Jada Masha, Ariel Merkle, Haleigh Mims, John Moran, Xander Nabors, Frankie Olivarez, David Oliver, Jaylin Perez, Mason Price, Jeffry Quintanilla, Bryon Ramos, Raegan Robbins, Juan Rodriguez, Adrianna Roman, Keagen Rouse, Daniel Ruiz, Sherlyn Salgado, Joel Salinas, Katya Sanchez, Santiago Sanchez, Ella Schexnayder, Jose Singh, Gavin Svatek, Cara Traxler, Connor Vandergriff, Audrey Weaver, Christian Weaver, Dylan Westover, Katelyn Williams, Jalen Williams, Josh Wisniewski, and Nick Wright.
Congratulations to these students who received a Superior Rating in Solo Performance: Mia Arnsworth, Sophia Byington, Brett Carlisle, Alexia Celaya, Cameron Collins, Hope Davis, Damien Doffing, Eoin Dwyer, Cheyenne Fishell, Connor Fisk, Elizabeth Franks, Jacob Frosch, Zach Gallipeau, Garrett Hallbauer, Chelsey Hohensee, Shane Joseph, Chris Kluwen, Keaton Kowalik, Licheng Lin, Sara Loftin, Haleigh Mims, Micah Moore, Trace Moore, Xander Nabors, Caitlynn O’Dell, Caden Pfluger, David Rodezno, Katya Sanchez, Lillian Shellnut, Ty Siemonsma, Jaden Torres, Christian Weaver, and Austin Wilbanks.
Congratulations to the band students on all of their hard work to prepare for this competition! Mrs. Blackiston and Mr. Brewer are very proud of you!
The Parent Teacher Organization is hosting Skate Night at Skate Town February 16 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. A portion of admission proceeds come back to our school. We hope to see you there!
We’re excited to be hosting the Boosterthon Fun Run for the seventh time to help us achieve our fundraising goals for the year. The Boosterthon Fun Run is a fun character, fitness, and leadership program that combines world-class and engaging character content with a fundraising event for our school. This year, we are raising funds for playground repairs, tutoring, and much more. The Fun Run will be February 17. Parents are invited to cheer on our participants.
Reaves Elementary will be participating in Pennies for Patients Campaign! This campaign benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. All money collected is used to fund research to find a cure for blood cancers and improve the lives of patients and their families.
We will collect spare change from February 6 – 17! The class who collects the most change will win an Olive Garden Luncheon!
On Tuesday, February 14, Valentine’s Day Parties will be held.
Our honor choir will participate in the Conroe High School Feeder Concert on Thursday, February 16 at 7 pm.
On Saturday, February 18 at Oak Ridge High School, our Destination Imagination students will participate in a completion.
The week of Monday February 20, we will observe Random Acts of Kindness Week.
Rice will host a Math/Science Night on February 23 from 5:30 until 7 p.m.
Our monthly Rice Way Pep Rallies will be held on Friday, February 25.
On Tuesday, February 28, Rice will host a PK Parent Night at 5:30 p.m.
Kona Ice will be at Rice on Wednesday, March 1.
The Travis book fair is coming February 13-24. Stop by the library and take a look at the great selections of books. Book fair hours are 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. each day.
Peet Junior High Elective Night for our current sixth grade parents and students will be Monday, February 13 at 6 p.m. at Peet JH.
Carnation deliveries will be on Tuesday, February 14.
Washington Junior High Elective Night for our current 6th grade parents and students will be on Wednesday, February 15 at 6 p.m. at Washington.
6th grade students will make their junior high course selections with counselors on Thursday, February 16 and Friday, February 17.
Our Boys 2 Men and Girlz to Ladies clubs will visit Sam Houston State University on Thursday, February 16.