Please join the combined Armed Services Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) of the Conroe Independent School District in a Salute to Our Veterans. The ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, November 11, at Moorhead Stadium.
A flyover by a B-25 Mitchell Bomber will be provided by the Lone Star Flight Museum of Galveston. The B-25 was a very versatile medium-duty bomber which flew in both the Pacific and European Theaters during World War II.
Birnham Woods Elementary
All Bulldogs will be showing school spirit and good decision making during Red Ribbon Week, the week of October 24-28.
The school Library will have a Storybook Pumpkin Patch during the week of October 24-28. Students are asked to decorate a pumpkin as their favorite storybook character and bring them to school.
October 27, students will be heading over to Double Dave's Pizza for a "Fun-draising" Night.
October 28, the campus will celebrate the students who have shown that they follow the Bulldog G.R.O.W.L. standards: Generate a positive attitude, Respect themselves and their surroundings, Obey the rules set before them, Work towards personal excellence and Live to their potential.
Broadway Elementary School
In honor of Red Ribbon Week, students will wear hats, wear clothes inside out, decorate doors, and dress like book characters. The school would like to thank Mrs. Sandra Lewis for taking the lead in this year's Red Ribbon Week activities.
Friday, October 28, will be a busy day on the campus which will start the day with a Storybook Character Parade, a special day when students and staff dress as their favorite storybook character. The day will end with the Mad Science Program.
Tuesday, November 1, is the fiftieth day of school. Kindergarten students will be dressing in clothes from the fifties, and celebrating with a sock hop.
The school will hold a celebration for students who achieved recognition in the first nine weeks. ABBIT Club, All "A" Honor Roll, and the Walk of Fame are activities that will honor these special students.
Buckalew Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week is October 24-28. Students will participate in a variety of activities during their Specials class time and can show their support by wearing fun clothes each day that week: Monday, October 24, students are asked to wear read in association with Red Ribbon Week. Tuesday, October 25, students are asked to wear interesting caps and "Put a Cap on Drugs." Wednesday, October 26, students are permitted to wear pajamas and encouraged to "Follow Your Dreams and Don't Do Drugs." Thursday, October 27, students are asked to wear team jerseys, shirts, or buttons as they "Team Up Against Drugs." Friday, October 28, students are encouraged to wear jeans and declare "I'm a 'Jean'-ius, I Am Drug Free."
On October 28, first grade students will enjoy Pumpkin Day while the third graders participate in the Great Pumpkin Caper.
Kindergarten students will have their annual Five Senses Day on October 31.
Bush Elementary School
The school would like to congratulate the Humanitarians Award Winners for the month. This award is given to an exceptional student who exhibits extraordinary acts of kindness. The students are recognized by receiving a certificate and a medal. For the month of September the winners were: Aric Mills, fourth grade; Brianna Ochoa, third grade; Samantha Reese, second grade; Chloe Sewell, first grade; and Jakob Handy, Kindergarten.
Collins Intermediate School
Congratulations to sixth grade violinist Vishnu Sajit, who made Third Chair, Second Violin in the Philharmonic Orchestra. This is a tremendous accomplishment with the privilege of performing with the All-Region Orchestra in November.
Cox Intermediate School
Congratulations to the following students who were selected for the "Recognizing Our Committed Kids" Award: Austin Beck, Kaitlyn Lyon, Connie Mitchel, Bailey Wilson, Megan Haggard, Kaitlin Latham, Dylan McDonald, Nick Benson, Alli Robinson, Alexander Ortiz, Andrew Winston, Emily Miller, Cecilia Reynolds, Naomi Kindred, Henry Beauboef, Hannah Sterenberg, Kasey Cruz, Faith Duerso, Jada Williams, Xinyaun Yu, Lexi Young, Ashley Holt, Alyssa McWhirter, Karen Jimenez, Alyssa Lockwood, Ali Castro, Trey Legereit, Carrington Nixon, Cody Stepp and Wolfe Grant.
Creighton Elementary School
Cubs have pledged to keep their "PAWS" off drugs, in association with Red Ribbon Week.
October 28 is Fall Treat Day from the Parent Teacher Organization. A Story Book Character Parade Day will be held for Pre-Kindergarten through second grade. Also, the Great Pumpkin Contest will be held for third and fourth graders.
Report cards will be released on Friday, October 28.
Group pictures and individual picture retakes will be done on Tuesday, November 1.
David Elementary School
Friday, October 28th, as part of Red Ribbon Week, the school will have a Storybook Parade. Students are encouraged to dress as their favorite storybook character and bring their book. The parade will begin at 8:15 a.m.
Ford Elementary School
First and second grade students will perform skits during the nine-weeks Character Assemblies on October 27. The theme will be "Respect."
The Parent Teacher Organization is happy to announce that Stir Crazy Restaurant, located at 25 Waterway Avenue (across from the movie theater in The Woodlands,) has agreed to serve as a corporate sponsor for the school. At the recent Grandparents' Day Luncheons, Stir Crazy provided free desserts for over 300 visitors to the campus.
Galatas Elementary School
The school's Motivational Productions will be held on Thursday, October 28, to help celebrate Red Ribbon Week. This multimedia program is designed to inspire, motivate and challenge students to make healthy choices and develop strong character.
Pumpkin Day will be celebrated on October 31. Students will students will have the opportunity to explore the science of pumpkins by measuring and comparing the properties of different pumpkin varieties. There will be several pumpkin experiments set up for all grade levels throughout the day.
The first annual Great Pumpkin Contest will be hosted on October 31. Students are encouraged to bring a decorated pumpkin to school between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. The pumpkins can be carved, painted, or embellished and will be on display for all to see during the school day.
Giesinger Elementary School
The school's Fall Carnival will be held Friday, November 4, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Glen Loch Elementary School
In a celebration of all things reading, the staff, students and parents on campus will enjoy an evening of activities, ideas, games, author Margaret McManis, and more on Thursday, October 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
Individual student photograph retakes will be made on Thursday, October 27.
Grangerland Intermediate School
Congratulations to the following members of the campus for being recognized as Ambassadors to the school by Conroe I.S.D. Superintendent and Board members: Jerry Payne, student; Deborah Rogers, paraprofessional; and Joyce Cox, educator.
Tony Parker Jr., a fifth grader, and Modesto Galvan, a sixth grader, each recently received a Golden Referral for displaying outstanding behavior.
Fall student pictures will be taken Friday, October 28.
Hailey Elementary School
Congratulations to Rafe Nobles who was selected as a finalist in the Hocus Pocus Pops Essay contest.
Students will Reach for the Stars and participate in Red Ribbon Week activities.
Group pictures will be taken on Thursday, October 27.
The Dad's Club will be sponsoring a Boo Bash on Friday, October 28 from 5:30-9 p.m.
Houston Elementary School
Second grade students and their parents participated in Parent-Student Play Day. Some of the activities enjoyed were balance boards, horseshoes, hula hoops, jump ropes, pogo balls and spring balls, duck walking and team walking.
Knox Junior High School
Student Council will sponsor Red Ribbon Week October 24-28. Students are encouraged to dress up for the various themed days. Monday, October 24, students may wear bright clothing and sunglasses for the day's theme: "I'm too bright to do drugs." Tuesday, October 25, students may wear "camo" clothing for the theme: "Join the Hunt – Fight Against Drugs." Wednesday, October 26, students may wear "nerdy" gear for the day's theme: "I'm Too Smart to Do Drugs." Thursday, October 27, students may find creative ways to wear duct tape for the theme: "Stick It to Drugs." Friday, October 28, students may dress like a super hero for the theme: "I'm Too Super to Do Drugs."
The Student Council will sponsor a school-wide dance on Friday, October 28, from 4:30-7 p.m. The theme of the dance is Halloween Monster Mash.
Orchestra students recently participated in the 2011 All Region Orchestra Auditions. Knox Orchestra students walked away with the highest number of students in the Conroe district to make the Junior High Region Orchestras.
Winner of the Knox Directory Cover Design Competition is Gabriella Voncordsen. Gabriella won a gift certificate to The Woodlands Mall, a school t-shirt, and school hoodie.
McCullough Junior High School
The final pep rally of the year will be held in the gym on October 27. This is for the eighth grade and has a western theme. Congratulations to the following orchestra students who made the JH Region IX Orchestra: Tom Benavides, Michelle Butler, Christine Castagna, Brendon Egolf, Bin Haskell, Caroline Koch, Victoria Li, Matthew Liu, Erika McIntosh, Sofia Milosavljevic, Sydney Stobart, Matthew Webb, Jessica Zhang, Kristyn Hauser, Justin Mirazee, Yesaiah Ouzounian, and Matthew Havill.
Mitchell Intermediate School
Congratulations to the following students who were chosen for the Mitchell Lunch Bunch for the their outstanding character traits. These students are John Monks, Kristina Klepacz, Samantha Camarena, Caitlyn Kelly, Abbie Irish, Jackson Hagood, Trevore Underwood, Jake Segoria, Meagan Soileau, Millie Campbell, Trevor Lease, Rey Ylagan, Tian Kaelin, Hunter Montagne, and Sebastian Castro.
Moorhead Junior High School
The Theater Production class will perform “The Knights of the Rad Table” by Pat Lyderson at the school during Sixth period on November 11. They will also be performing this play at the C.I.S.D. One Act Play Festival at Conroe High School on November 12.
Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated this week as students and staff recognize the importance of being drug free. Monday: Sock it to Drugs (wear crazy socks). Tuesday: Partner up Against Drugs (Twin Day). Wed: Too Smart for Drugs (Nerd Day). Thurs. Put a Cap on Drugs (wear your favorite hat). Friday: Drugs Mess You Up (wear Mismatched Clothes or Crazy Hair).
The following students have been recognized for outstanding academic achievements: Seventh Grade Science: The Ethan Harris, Natasha Johnson, Marisa Crider, Chelsey Kirkland, Heather Payne, Mason Rey, Shelby Plaster, Gavin Meuth, Felicia baewer, Adan Luna, Lisben Reyes, Savannah Seidel, Geneva Taylor, Mikayla Stanley, and Aubree Martin; Seventh Grade Math: Madison Morris, Ethan Harris, Robert Melore, and Megan Byler; Seventh Grade Texas History: Josh Allen, Bradley Martin, Kaitlyn Walton, Francisco Castillo, and Victoria Rosas; Seventh Grade Language Arts: Delaine Imai and Brianna Logan; Eighth Grade History: Emily Clement, Kory Blue, Clayton Lewis, Jewell Sudduth and Eduardo Rangel; Eighth Grade Language Arts: Alena Waldrep, Drewsella Barrera, Briar Thompson, Elizaeth Wheeler, and Kyela Cosby; Yearbook: Brady Bruce and Danielle Segrest; Band: Brady Risner and Lucy Young; Cheerleader: Sadie Woolery; Dazzler Drill Team: Shelby Hibler, Tianna Ham, and Meghan Clancy; Seventh Grade Volleyball: Jaspen Bishop,Delaine Imai, and Shelby Miller; and Seventh Grade Football: Christian Alavarez, John Legg, Larry Lytton, Michael Moore, Keegan Cegielski, Caleb Johnson, and Blaine McMullen.
Rice Elementary School
Wednesday, October 26, the Conroe Fire Department will visit the campus.
Rodeo Day will be celebrated on Friday, October 28.
The Woodlands High School Ninth Grade Campus
The "Green Out" pep rally will be held on Friday, October 28. Those recognized will be football, volleyball, tennis and cross country teams.
Tough K-6 School
The school will be having its' first Bicycle Rodeo on Saturday, October 29, from 9 a.m. to noon. Students will learn about bicycle safety inspections, safety when riding your bike, and participate in an obstacle course.
Travis Intermediate School
The week of October 24 - 28 is Red Ribbon Week. The school's theme for this week will be "Travis Gives Drugs the Boot!" The school will also be emphasizing the importance of saying "No" to drugs. On Monday, each grade will sign a pledge against drugs. Tuesday's theme for the day will be "Sock It to Drugs," and students are encouraged to wear crazy socks. Wednesday's theme will be "Team Up Against Drugs;" staff and students are asked to wear their favorite sports team shirt or color. Thursday will be "Friends Don't Let Friends Do Drugs" where all friends are encouraged to dress alike. On Friday, Team posters will be displayed in the hallways.
Vogel Intermediate School
The school would like to congratulate the following people for being recognized as Ambassadors by the Conroe ISD: Cherryl Ward, Paraprofessional; Patrick Mills, Educator; and Drew Helberg, Student. This privilege recognizes individuals for their positive contributions to campus life and campus climate.
Congratulations are also given to the newly elected Student Council officers for the 2011-2012 school year: Bryanna Harris, President; Kelsie Russell, Vice President; Riley Dunn & Madison Hartman, Co-Secretaries; Emily Vandenabeele, Treasurer; and Illyas Elfarh, Parliamentarian.
Washington Junior High School
The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will be having a book drive starting October 31 through November 3. All new and gently used books will be accepted.
Wilkinson Elementary School
The school's Storybook Pumpkin Contest is underway. Students from Pre-Kindergarten through fourth grade may choose their favorite storybook character and decorate a pumpkin to make it look like that character.
The first grade field trip will be on Wednesday, October 27.
The Parent Teacher Association's Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser will be held on Tuesday, November 1.
Celebrating reading milestones this week: Aaliya Manangan, Alexis White, Alfonso Mendez, Allison Melton, Amanda Rivera, Ashlyn Niquette, Austin Childers, Blaise Ohnheiser, Brandon Graeter, Brendan Labarge, Breshod Stokes, Brittany Cameron, Bryan Barber, Caleb Garcia, Christian McDowell, Christopher, Cain, Colin Newman, Connor McTaggert, Christian Valdez, Emmanuel Garcia, Erin Blackburne, Faith Shehane, Gloria Cardona, Grace Ni, Hope Shehane, James, Wilson, Jim Ber, Joshua Fox, J.T. MacArthur, Kaiden Snider, Karen See, Katie Baker, Klayton Smith, Kristina Holley, Kyle Williams, Luke Thomas, Mackenzi Watson, Madison Whitfield, Makena Koch, mark McKenzie, Meghan Johnston, Michael Blackburne, Nekoa Cruz, Skylar Schottie, Taylor Guard, Taylor Petty, Victoria Ramirez, William Cook, Wyatt Gobert, Zane Saladiner, Charlie Rosenquist, Daniel Niemeyer, Emily Quintanilla, Nathaniel Williams, Patricia Matthews, Raquel Christiansen, Zoe Hathcoat, Ethan Olsen, Grace Beckmeyer, and Clarissa Ashby.