The following students received a Principal High Five award at Broadway: Madeline Clifton, Hudson Bridwell, Emma Vaughan, Charlotte Steffeck, Ali Chambers, Lucas Mathew, Kyndall Moring, Hayden Samford, Cayden Coffel, Sam Weidman, Evie Icasuriaga, Cadi Adrion, Gabriella Buhl, Jason Fruge, Caiden Moya, Eli Briones, Natasha Milinthachinda, Madeline Daggett, Emma Calich, Morgan Carrier, Jazlyne Scott, Laiken Mathews, Wyatt DeGeorge, Amira Abukhzam, Gracie Weidman, Roy McClain, Jullyeth Gomez, Julien Kent, A’dayvia Jackson, and Anastasya Chambers.
On March 22-23, a Living Museum will take place in all second grade classes. Every child dresses up as a famous person and presents the person’s history. Parents are invited to attend this creative and fun event.
Congratulations to the “Principal’s Medallion” winners for the week of March 6. The winners are: Marta Di Modugno, who puts first things first; Lauren Murphy, who thinks win/win and is a friend to all; Isha Kadam, who begins with the end in mind and finishes all tasks and assignments above and beyond; Presley Holmes, who works first and then plays; and Julius Fergison, who synergizes and is a great group worker.
Congratulations to our Paws for Pride winners for the Month of February. These Bobcats were nominated by their teachers because they exhibited perseverance. They are Avery Matlock, Cash Hayden, Luca Gaytan, Sadie Corley, Corbin Maker, Miles Bass, Bryce Stott, Haniya Sajid, Ethan Pickard, Dominick Dziena, Mila Van Beest, Micah Matlock, Jonathan Castille, Ava Duchesne, Isaac Cockrell, Cyrus Avocato, Eli Chen, Alexa Andrade, Destiny Coleman, Tai Cook, Amelia Avedikian, Sam Kiliszewski, Jordan Wilha, Aaron Ramos, Ashley Valenzuela, Ryan Castillo, Ellie Sainz, Gracie Pousson, Maddie Findley, Kendra Albiter, Jane Richter, Evan Bent, Sophia Laskowski, and Ava Braley.
On Thursday, March 23, our Parent Teacher Organization will hold a general meeting.
On Friday, March 24, report cards will go home with students.
On Saturday, March 25, our Parent Teacher Organization will sponsor a school carnival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The week of March 27, Bush Elementary campus will be closed to visitors, due to STAAR testing.
On Thursday, March 30, first grade will go on a field trip.
On Friday, March 31, second grade will go on a field trip.
We hope everyone has a wonderful Spring Break and enjoys their time off!
On March 22, bring your smiles and dress in your favorite picture outfit for Spring Pictures.
On March 23, Report Cards will be sent home.
On Wednesday, March 22, students will have their spring pictures taken.
On Tuesday, March 28, fourth grade students will take the STAAR Writing Test. Good luck, Cubs!
On Friday, March 31, we will celebrate Go Texan Day as the Montgomery County Fair and Rodeo kick off. Students and staff may wear western attire.
Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year, Nancy Campero; Humanitarian of the Year, Lauren Hoffart; and Friends of Education, Allie Morgan and Farmers Zardeneta Insurance.
David Elementary would like to congratulate the Dynamite Dolphins for the month of February. The following students were selected for demonstrating diligence during the month:
Kindergarten: Jocelyn Fox, Sterling Fielder, Macy Healy, Vedant Senapathy, Paige Boyd, Bo-eun Yeo, Maddie Lindsay, Priyangaa Ghaneshwaran, Nicole Castro, Maggie Rodriguez, Sarah Cooke, and Owen Scott
First grade: Allen Carter, Kamden Robinzine, Katherine Lindberg, Gabriel Garza, Aarushi Asundi, Michael Volkov, Ashley Long, Quinn McDonald, Jaycee Gonzales, Amelia Collins, Brooke Evans, and Allison Winkler
Second grade: Ella Wagner, Christopher Douglas, Azya Cordero, Will Kirchoff, Isabella Perugini, Caleb Bleakley, Pranav Chunangad, Carter Peterson, Anais Kwon, Arihant Senapathy, Abigail Adams, Cade Kaiser, Callie Anderson, and Grier Boyd
Third grade: Alexandra Bespaly, Allison Price, Grace Clevenger, Heidi Winkler, Olivia Arias, Yannick Broos, Ava Rodriguez, Ola Akande, Megan Larson, Luke Blackburn, Alene Contreras, and Michail Kazanis
Fourth grade: Camilia Crespo, Blake Cormier, Emily Hughes, Rohit Pillutla, Catherine Igiehon, Gustavo Luna, Emma Black, Trey Whitney, Alexis Boudreaux, Clarke Nygren, Rachel Su, Ryder O’Dell, Alexandra Zaczyk-Pal, and Daniel Alvarez
Ford will hold their Pre-K Title I Parent Meeting on March 9 from 5 – 6 p.m.
Our annual 5K fun run was Saturday, March 4. Congratulations to first grader, Jacob Robin, for winning this year’s 5K run, and thank you to our PTO for organizing this wonderful family event!
Big Art Day was held on March 2 to celebrate fine arts in Conroe Schools. Fourth graders whose art ties were chosen for staff to wear were: Ellen Wells, Jenna Cicherski, Maebree Nance, Delilah Mendoza, Daphne Nance, Janna Tran, Jillian Davis, Michael Smith, Xandra Holmes, Jeselyn Graham, Caleb Rodriguez, Christopher Pineda, Kayla Elam, Manae Smith, Valerie Ellison, Evelyn Siebert, Bryson Champagne, Mia Diaz, Joey Gosselin, and Lani Weaver.
Attendance counts for every child every day. Congratulations to Mrs. McMahon’s, Mrs. Tomasek’s, and Mrs. Cabrera’s classes for achieving 10 Attendance Rockets for the whole class being on time and staying at school all day!
Thursday, March 23 at 6 p.m., Denise Cipolla, Coordinator of Guidance and Counseling for C.I.S.D. will be presenting timely information for all parents at Hailey Elementary. Colleges and employers alike report a lack of success strategies, problem solving and coping skills in young people today. Let’s arm our children for their futures. This presentation will address the three C’s – connecting, communicating, and coordinating. Striving for balance, managing normal difficult behavior, more serious concerns, prevention, and intervention and resources will be presented. Please join us!
Tuesday, March 28, is the fourth grade writing STAAR Test. Fourth grade students and teachers have worked hard to prepare for this year’s testing. Please do not schedule any doctor’s appointments for your fourth grader on this day. It is very important that all fourth graders are in attendance, on time, and stay for the entire school day. Students may not have a cell phone or smart watch in the room on test day. Please leave all devices at home. On this testing day, visitors will not be permitted on campus for grades PK-4. Please do not plan on having lunch with your child at any grade level or scheduling a conference on this day. This is to allow for the optimal testing environment for all students to be successful. Please know that if you need to come into the Main Office area, we welcome you. Thank you for your support during this testing period. We continue our goal to have perfect attendance everyday as well as on our testing days.
On Thursday, March 30 at 6 p.m., second graders will present their annual music program. Second graders should report to the music room at 5:40 p.m. to prepare for their program.
Please join us for a Parenting with Love and Logic Brown Bag Lunch series on Wednesdays, April 5, 12, 19 and 26. The meetings will be from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the school library. Participants are invited to bring their lunch. Parenting with Love and Logic is a common sense, nationally recognized approach to parenting that provides easy-to-learn skills to instill responsibility, respect, and good decision-making in children. We are excited to offer this class to our parents! Please sign up using the form at the end of this Parent Update. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Florian, Hailey Counselor, at email@example.com. Unfortunately, child care for young children cannot be provided for this class.
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.
Thursday, March 23 is the Spring Creek BBQ Spirit Night from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come out to eat a great meal while being served rolls by a Kaufman faculty member.
The Mitchell Intermediate Community Service Club will host a Spirit Night at Orange Leaf with proceeds going to The Mitchell Scholarship Fund on Tuesday, March 21.
The Mitchell Intermediate Community Service Club will host a Spirit Night at Chipotle with proceeds going to The Mitchell Scholarship Fund on Thursday, March 23.
The Magnificent Mustang Ceremony will be held on Thursday, March 23 at 9:15 a.m. in the Mitchell Commons.
Third Quarter Report Cards will be distributed on Friday, March 24.
Fifth Grade students will take the STAAR Math test on Tuesday, March 28.
Friday, March 31 is Mitchell’s Assistant Principal’s Day. Please let Mrs. Madore, Mr. McClendon, and Mrs. Johnson know how much they are appreciated.
The 10th Annual Paint the Path Pink Walk/Run will be held on the Mitchell grounds on Saturday, March 1 beginning at 8 a.m. in the front of the school.
The CISD Honor Choir Concert will be held on Saturday, April 1 at McCullough Junior High School.
Please join us at McDonald’s in the HEB parking lot for a fundraiser on March 23 from 5-8 p.m.
Spring Picture Day is Wednesday, March 22.
First grade enjoyed their Field Trip on March 8.
Rice Way Pep Rallies will be held on Friday, March 24.
On Wednesday, March 29, spring pictures will be taken.
Our pre-kindergarten fair will be held on Saturday, April 1 from 9 -12 p.m.
On Tuesday, April, 4 kindergarten students will take their graduation pictures.
Specials Night will be held on Thursday, April 5 from 5:30 until 7 p.m.
Oak Ridge High School
Congratulations to the Oak Ridge Girls’ Bowling Team who were named District Champions. On Friday, February 24 they ended their season undefeated (12-0). Congratulations to Lacey Broom, Angelina Lenz, Ami Richardson, Emma Schiff, Lauren Garon, Hannah McKasson, Annika Linguist, and Oriana Martin. A special shout out to Oriana Martin, Ami Richardson and Lacey Broom for making all district.
Congratulations to Lauren Taylor for qualifying for state in powerlifting. The state powerlifting championship will be in Waco on March 18. She also finished 2nd in her respective weight class over the weekend.
On March 1, the Air Force Junior ROTC instructors and cadets of Oak Ridge High School earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards” (the highest rating possible). The inspector noted a dynamic and supportive learning environment coupled with an excellent community outreach. The cadets performed exceptionally well and took great pride in leading and accomplishing their unit goals. Congratulations to all the cadets and staff in ROTC.