Birnham Woods Elementary
Wednesday, February 1 is the 100th day of school. Each grade level will plan their own celebrations or acknowledgment.
Thursday, February 2 is Groundhog Day. Teachers will plan activities around the holiday.
The following students received Principal High-5 award: Avery Withrow, Kennedy Umholtz, Evie Icasuriaga, Torrie McGowen, Blake Flauaus, Caitlin Jones, and Michael Mora.
Each week students have the opportunity to be nominated as a “Student of the Week” when they demonstrate any of the 7 keys to Success we teach at our school. Students nominated receive a special certificate to take home. They are then entered into a weekly drawing. The winners are on the announcements and are presented a “Principal’s Medallion”. One student per grade level is drawn weekly. Congratulations to the following students for the week of January 17: Matthew Xu, Paulina Buendia, Edyn Mann, Caitlyn Patin, and Harry Woodside.
January 31, at 8:15 a.m., is the 100 Day Parade. All first grade classes dress up like people 100 years old and parade around the school while the other grades clap. It is a fun event for all to see the children in their costumes with gray hair.
Kendra Scott will be holding a share night, where a portion of sales will benefit our Parent Teacher Organization, on January 31. If you make a purchase on that day, be sure to say you are there from Bush!
Congratulations to Alina Abbas and Jacob Papini for receiving the Honorable Mention award for their Martin Luther King, Jr. posters at the United Methodist Church in The Woodlands on Monday, January 16. The celebration was hosted by Impact Church of The Woodlands. Both students created their posters after learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. in Mrs. Lawler’s class.
Collins would like to take this opportunity to recognize and thank our CISD Board of Trustees for the tremendous work and support they provide to CISD and Collins Intermediate!
Thank you to College Park High School for hosting our N.E.A.T. Pep Rally. The students always have such a great time and truly enjoy the Cavalier Spirit.
Please remember to order your Collins yearbook if you have not done so already the deadline is quickly approaching. The deadline is February 24.
Please remember to keep clipping those Box Tops and sending them in. The next Box Top submission ends on February 28.
Congratulations to our Western Art Show students: Ty Smith (Blue Ribbon), Cambelle Sanders (Finalist), Peyton Wheeler (Blue Ribbon), Irina Zeleneva (Finalist), Jeffrey Chen (Finalist), Connor Ritter (Red Ribbon), Leah Flannery (Finalist).
Congratulations to sixth grader, Bailey Reeves, whose oil pastel painting titled, “A Rancher’s Treasures”, was among eight works of art chosen to represent CISD in the upcoming statewide judging for the Capital Art Exhibit to be held in March.
Robotics team members: Avery Moody, Marissa Chandler, Kelin Valladarec, Sarah Castillo, and Sophia Lafford, competed with students in grades four through eight. They placed fifteenth out of forty-two teams in the competition. The project was “How to Save Monkeys from Medical Testing”. Our students learned how to program and complete missions on the robotics table, research and find a solution to a real world problem. We are so proud of our Cubs!
February is International Friendship Month. During this month students will discuss how to be a positive friend and how not give in to peer pressure. It’s a great time to help children develop friend making skills. Friends are crucial to children’s overall emotional and physical health. Having a friend gives you someone to talk to and share time with.
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, Nigella Lewis, Jordyn Saxton, Aleena Khan, Brodie Perry, Nelson Perez, Cristian Gonzalez, Timmy Huang, Leyla Garcia, Maggie Barnes, Luke Daniels, Denisse Meza, Gianna Bocanegra, Anthony Buell, Mariam Stewart, Abby Griffin, Emma Varga, Adam Campos, Ashley Samic, Sophia Garcia, Noah McLaughlin, Marlon Escamilia, Damon Peterson , Josh Benitez, Danny Gonzalez Trejo, Aditya Chandran, Dylan Mata, Zion Kellough, Gabriel Hopkins, Joshua Davis, Angelina Morales, Dain Davis, Ellis Taylor, Enrique Campa, Noah Langridge, Isaac Smith, Alessio Villeda, Jocelyn Hughes, David Marquez, Chloe Molina, Roman Payan, Brayden Hoke, Payton Chambers, Christopher Kodak, Damien Holland, Thomas Trinh, Joshua Kondur, Ashton Foster, Ariyel Maya, Isaac Garcia, Molly Bexfield and Jayden Suarez.
Attendance counts for every child every day. Congratulations to Mrs. Steffy’s and Mrs. Heffner’s classes for achieving 10 Attendance Rockets for the whole class being on time and staying at school all day!
Tuesday, January 31, we will celebrate JJ Watt day. Students are encouraged to wear JJ Watt jerseys, Texans shirts, or Hailey spirit shirts to commemorate 99 days of learning.
The Parent Teacher Association will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, February 2, at 6 p.m. in the school library.
Please plan to attend the annual Sci/Tech Fair Saturday, February 4 at the Lone Star Convention Center.
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.
Please join us on Thursday, February 2 at 5:30 p.m. for our Family Math and Science Night. This is a fun event for all Houser students and their families. There will be snacks, games, and prizes! You don’t want to miss it!
Irons Junior High
Irons Junior High is proud to recognize the following “Students of The Week” for their academic or social achievements:
Mrs. Porter would like to recognize Peyton Loftin and Natalie King in her fifth period class for respectful behavior and hard work.
Mrs. Horrell would like to recognize Jay Perez for his assistance in her classroom.
Team 8-2 would like to recognize Styvin Ortiz as their student of the week.
The learning team “Black Hawks” would like to recognize Tessa Lacy for our Student of the Week. She has really improved this semester in her classes and we are very proud of her.
Choir singers of the week are Jadin Rivas, for his hard work with Region Choir music, and Mitchell Sammons, for his hard work in class.
The seventh grade Hawks Star Athlete of the Week is Sammy Keith.
The eighth Grade Hawks Star Athlete of the Week is Alton McCaskill.
Monday, January 30 will be the library’s Magazine Fundraiser Kick Off. The money collected helps the library buy brand new books, online subscriptions and also helps pay for visiting authors and illustrators. The fundraiser will end Friday, February 3.
On Tuesday, January 31, second grade will go on a field trip to visit the Houston Zoo.
Wednesday, February 1 will mark the 100th day of school which is always a big celebration for the kindergarten students.
The fifth grade band concert will be held on Thursday, February 2 beginning at 6 p.m. in the Mitchell Commons.
LC 4 will take a field trip to the Museum of Natural Science to participate in the Mission to Mars program on Friday, February 3. This field trip is sponsored by The Mitchell Parent Teacher Organization.
CISD Honor Choir Auditions will be held on Friday, February 3 at Bozman Intermediate School beginning at 5 p.m.
SCI://Tech will be held on Saturday, February 4 at The Lone Star Convention Center beginning at 8:30 a.m.
McCullough will host an Elective Information Night on Monday, February 6 for those sixth graders moving on to McCullough next year. It will run from 6-7 p.m.
Mother and Son Superhero Dance will be held in the Reaves Elementary Cafeteria on Friday, January 27 from 6 – 8 p.m. Popcorn, snacks, drinks, photos, and fun. $5.00 per couple in advance or $7.00 at the door. Each additional child is $1.00. The event is sponsored by Reaves PTO.
Our monthly Rice Way Pep Rally will be held on Friday, January 27 starting at 2 p.m.
On Friday, January 27, Rice will host a Kendra Scott Fundraiser Night from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Our annual Jump Rope for Heart campaign will begin the week of Monday, January 30.
Rice will host a Pre-K Parent Night on Tuesday, January 31 from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Valentine’s Day Parties will be held on Tuesday, February 14.
Our honor choir will participate in the Conroe High School Feeder Concert on Thursday, February 16 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, February 18 at Oak Ridge High School our Destination Imagination students will participate in a competition.
Mark your calendars for our upcoming events!
This month’s Superstar Celebration will be Friday, January 27.
Kindergarten will celebrate the 100th day of School on Wednesday, February 1.
Friday, February 3 will be our fourth grade Science Showcase at 1:30 p.m.
Congratulations to the following Coulson Tough students for completing the D.A.R.E program during first semester: Fifth graders- Cassidy Black, Virginia Cecchelli, Caden Cox, Ava DeAngelo, Mary Edwards, Samuel Figueroa,Sophia Figueroa, Tag Giles, Tyler Haynes, Katie Kirkendall, Savannah Knight, Felix Li, Luke Lilja, Jeronimo Lopez, Saenz Diego Martinez, Ella Moore, Kenneth Morris, Hyrum Mouritsen, Natalee Nettuno, Zoe Nordmann, Sophia Ricciardi, Jackson Scott, Eliott Sticklerand Vanessa Studebaker; Sixth graders- Braelon Abueita, Kianna Andersen, Poppy Booth, Michael Budisa, Will Fargo, Rebecca Flores, Alexandra Fox, Scarlett Foxhoven, Chase Gilmore, Lydia Glaze, Martin Gomez, Leon Aidan, Graham Mateo Gutierrez Ferraez, Bella Haden, Ethan Hickey, Taylor Jackson, Madison Molloy, John Wyatt, Painter Sohi, Patel Hector Pena, Isaiah Tatum, Ava Wettstein, Darek Zarur Cervantes and Kaelyn Zusi.
Coulson Tough’s Family Geography Night will take place on January 26 for 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Students and parents will spend an interactive evening exploring Europe on National Geographic’s massive map. The giant map teaches geography in a way that nothing else does! Students will discover through wide and varied explorations across the continent while they travel throughout Europe in the different areas learning about each one. Sixth grade students will lead the hands on games and activities that will amaze both students and parents! Younger students will learn country names, capital cities and physical features. They will also explore castles, towers and archaeological sites. Older students will analyze population, human health and economic data from historical snapshots looking at how scientific discoveries, technological breakthroughs, plagues and wars have shaped European life over centuries.