Armstrong Elementary School
Armstrong Elementary joins all of Conroe ISD in celebrating “Read for a Better Life!” Students and teachers participate in a parade of FLOATS, made by students, representing favorite titles and book characters!
Austin Elementary School
Congratulations to Austin Awesome Artists, Tatum Tiller, Robert Voris, Lauryn Reza, Valeria Serrano, Magaly Servin, Brook'Lynne Taylor, Diana Alanis, Rheanna Blair, Cara Jahn, and Ava Dumas, who have their artwork on display in the Conroe Independent School District's central office building. The artwork was completed during the 2011-2012 school year and will be on display for the 2012-2013 school year. Open House will take place on Tuesday, September 18 from 5-6:30 p.m. There will be a shuttle bus service offered from the parking lot of the Groceville Baptist Church to alleviate parking issues along Highway 105. Families are encouraged to take advantage of the convenience of having the shuttle transport from the church parking lot to the school parking lot.
Bozman Intermediate School
Bozman Fundraiser will be wrapping up on September 24. Lots of great prizes for those students who have sold at least one item. Bozman Watch D.O.G. Sign-Up was a success! We are looking forward to seeing Great Dads assist the staff at our campus. Bozman Broncos' Open House will be September 20, 2012 from 6 to 7 p.m.
Broadway Elementary School
We will be holding a Destination Imagination information meeting on September 20 from 6-7 p.m. Congratulations to Brianna Broussard and Tasi Lemon who's artwork was selected to be displayed at the district office.
Buckalew Elementary School
The CISD District “Read for a Better Life” campaign will kickoff on September 19. Students will participate in fun activities the week of September 17 and also throughout the year to promote the importance of reading!
Bush Elementary School
On Friday, September 10, senior football players from The Woodlands High School visited our campus to read. They read to select kindergarten, first and second grade classes. Every year they choose players that were former students to visit the campus, the students and players look forward to this yearly event.
Creighton Elementary School
Storybook Character Dress-Up Day is September 19. Students, dressed in character, will share their favorite books with their class as we promote reading. September 24 is Student Individual Picture Day. There is also a Parent Teacher Organization meeting at 8:15 a.m. in room 201. Open House will be on September 27 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Cox Intermediate School
Timberwolf teachers are Recognizing Our Committed Kids. In conjunction with our Essential 42 Rules, teachers are keeping their eyes out for students who are making great choices in behavior. Congratulations to the following students: For the week of August 27 – 31,Tyler Vela, Grace Nesbit, Hanna Belcher, Connor Matson, Arriana Minton, Shelbie Lynn, Kenzie Spreen, Makayla Garcia, Maddy Harper, Kaitlyn Kirby, Caleb Cook, Paulina Cardona, Gladness Mataragio, Natalie Harrison, Kenzie Arent, Katherine Kuchera, Joshua Williams, Elizabeth Newman, Raven Ridgeway, Natalia Cly, Bryce Gray, Ivanna Abi-Saab, Virginia Batres, Sierra Akin, Clara Almazan, Celeste Watkins, Kynnyth Maban, Korin Becht, Tyler Davis, Thea Hagelskaer, Zachary Wilson, Blair Jehle, Nicholas Sauter, Casy Duhon. For the week of Sept 3 – 7, the following students were recognized: Elizabeth Oviedo, Trinity Stalney, Jack Kendrick, Makayla Albert, Ronnie McDonnell, Kavon Townsend, Brandon Lewis, Harrison Thow, Matther Lawrence, Callum Elliot, Mya Robinson, Mayson Ruthstrom, Ryan Dilbeck, Garrett Griffith, Cristelo Brown, Ryan Hegemeyer, Meadow Oglesby, Ryan Barreda, Mac Sandel, Devon Dixon, Jaden Brooks, Tristan Berry, Seth King, Caleb Johnston, Nolan Hayden, Allyson Fulle, Bryson Prejean, Kyleigh Garcia, Joseph West, Elise Hogelin. YOU ROCK this week!
David Elementary School
Parents are invited to attend a Destination Imagination informational meeting on Thursday, September 20, beginning at 6 p.m., in the mini-auditorium. Destination Imagination is a creative problem solving competition for students in second through fourth grade.
Deretchin K-6 School
Deretchin Elementary Tuesday, September 18, Parent Information Night for kindergarten and first grade is from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. and second and third grades from 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 20, Parent Information Night for fourth and fifth grades is from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. and sixth grade is from 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. In P.E., third- sixth grades will be participating in Punt, Pass, and Kick September 17 through 21. September 19, Deretchin will kick off “Read for a Better Life.” September 21, Future Highlander Night at 7:30 p.m. Students who wear their school spirit Tshirt will get in free with a paid parent. The students will get a chance to go on the field and cheer on the TWHS football players. Between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. there will be family tailgating and inflatables. September is “National Hunger Action Month,” we will be collecting donations and non-perishable food items all month for the Montgomery County Food Bank. The Parent Teacher Organization meeting will be September 20 at 8:30 a.m. Fall Picture Day is September 25th. Cookie Dough sales are between September 11 and 25th.
Ford Elementary School
Students and staff will celebrate the “Read for a Better Life” Kick-off on September 19 by dressing up as their favorite storybook characters. Guest readers from the community will visit classes to read to the students. Teachers and administrators will also read to classes. English Second Language (ESL) classes will be available to those interested on September 20 and 25 at 6:30 p.m. Parent Teacher Organization will have McDonald's Night on September 25 from 5-8 p.m.
Galatas Elementary School
Galatas Elementary Individual pictures for all students will be taken on September 20. This will be your child's fall picture and is the picture that will go in the school yearbook. These pictures do not require prepayment, and proofs will follow with order information.
Giesinger Elementary School
The Montgomery County R.E.A.D. therapy dogs will visit the campus to celebrate “Read for a Better Life” kickoff on Wednesday, September 19. Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) will have a pizza night on campus at 6 p.m. Mrs. Giesinger Day will be celebrated Friday, September 28 at 10 a.m. As part of the celebration the students will perform the school song for Mrs. Giesinger. The fall carnival will be held on Friday evening, October 5, starting at 5 p.m. There will be games, food, prizes and inflatables. All proceeds will benefit technology for the school.
Glen Loch Elementary School
Glen Loch Elementary On Monday, September 17, the Houston Bar Association will send a guest reader to read a story to students in celebration of Constitution Day. The “Read for a Better Life” program kickoff is scheduled for Wednesday, September 19. Students will be caught reading by their teachers. Pictures of teachers and staff members who have been caught reading will be posted around the school. Parents are invited to be guest readers. Students can create posters of their favorite book to post in the library. Students may bring a gently used paperback book to the library to swap with other students. Skating will begin on Wednesday in gym class for third and fourth graders. Students should wear socks. The Parent Teacher Organization will sponsor a skate night program for all students on Thursday, September 20. On Friday night, September 21, all Gator families and students are invited to attend the Woodlands High School football game. Students should wear their school shirts to get in free with a paid parent admission. There will be a tail gating event with food and concessions before the game. Students wearing their school shirt will be invited onto the field at a certain point during the game to be recognized as a future Highlander. Game time is 7:30 p.m.
Houser Elementary School
Scholastic Book Fair will he held September 17 through September 21 in the school library. Hours for the book fair are 8:15am-4pm and until 12noon on Friday. Houser kicks off “Read for a Better Life” September 19 with friends and family reading to students throughout the day.
Houston Elementary School
Fourth grade students serving in campus leadership roles are appreciated! Students responsible for broadcasting the live announcements for the week of September 10-14 were: Arnold Lagos, Christian Rocha, Yahir Vazquez, Erin Carson, Maiah Linton, Anicia Lechuga, Andrea Ramos, Ximena Castillo and Meliza Mejia. Students serving in the Safety Patrol were Ana Maria Lopez, Ramiro Garcia, Fernando Ramirez, Jennifer Mejia, Santiago Sanchez, Sandra Bonilla, Gabriela Guerro, Leanna Munoz, Kamron Bailey, Haley Johnson, Jessica Bardales, and Anicia Lechuga. Congratulations to the science trivia question winners for the week: Juan Rodriguez, second grade; Alex Sanchez, third-grade; and Jesus Osorio, fourth grade.
Irons Junior High School
Week 3: September 10-14 Irons Junior High is proud to recognize the following students for their academic or social achievements. The learning team 7-1 “Red Hot” would like to recognize Joshua Tatman for his positive attitude and willingness to help those around him. The learning team 8-1 "Team Dynamite" would like to recognize Zach Brewer. The learning team 8-2 "Shake N' Bake" would like to recognize Eddie Garcia for being such a courteous individual. Eddie is always participating, and enjoys being a part of the classroom. The learning team 8-3 would like to recognize Matthew Hays. Thank you for staying on task, keeping up with your work and helping out your teachers. The learning team 8-4 “Team Soar” would like to recognize Andrew Boughton. Andrew has been a leader, very dependable and has been achieving great work in the classroom. Nestor Castillo is getting recognized for his active participation in Math class, coming to class on time and for coming to class prepared. Mrs. Carmona's student of the week is Juan Carlos Elizalde (8) for going above and beyond in class. Artist of the week is Vyuyan To, Drew Stessel for outstanding value sketches. Choir singer of the week is Choir student of the week is Taylor Wahlstrom - excellent job participating in class and being a strong leader for the other students Theater Arts actors of the week are Theatre Arts actors of the week are Kaylee Freeman and Eric Broomes. Yearbook student of the week is Deanna Anwar for her excellent interviewing skills. The 7th grade Lady Hawks Star Athlete of the Week is Hailey Wallet. The 8th grade Lady Hawks Star Athlete of the Week is Alexis Duncan. Both 7th grade A and B Volleyball teams won their games on Thursday, Sept. 13 against Claughton Middle School. Campus Happenings: Our first Pep Rally will be Tuesday, September 18th with a theme of "Salute the Hawks" so wear your favorite Camouflage attire. National Junior Art Honor Society (NJAHS) will have their first Informational meeting on Wednesday, September 19 at 8:15 in Art Rm. #21. Students may visit Mrs. Willeford or Mrs. Poynter for morning pass to attend this meeting. **Must be enrolled in art in either fall or spring semester. This is an art club affiliated with the National Art Education Association. ORHS has a chapter of the high school equivalent (NAHS). Read for a Better Life Kick-off Day to kick-off the district's "Read for a Better Life" campaign for the 2012-2013 school year, Irons Jr. High teachers will be conducting short book talks or reading selections from some of their favorite books during each class on Wednesday, September 19th. By sharing their love for reading, teachers will be encouraging students to make reading a habit in their lives as well.
Knox Junior High School
Eighth grade school pictures will be taken on Tuesday, September 18, 2012. Seventh grade school pictures will be taken on Wednesday, September 19, 2012. Pictures will be taken during History classes. Christian Fellowship will meet on Friday, September 21, 2012 at 8 a.m. in Room 124. All are welcome. Auditions for One Act play will be held on September 26 and 27, 2012 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 308. Drama Club will meet Wednesday, September 19, 2012 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 308. Knox clubs and student groups are invited to participate in the 2012 College Park “Red Wagon” Spirit Parade and Pep Rally on Wednesday, October 3, 2012. The Parade begins at 6:00 p.m. followed by a Pep Rally at 6:30 p.m. Student groups are encouraged to decorate “red wagons” to pull by hand in the parade. Prizes will be awarded based on creativity and spirit.
McCullough Junior High School
McCullough Junior High Parent Teacher Organization meeting will be held Thursday, September 20 at 9:30 a.m. in the auditorium. September 21 at 7:30 p.m. will be Junior High Night at TWHS football game. The Highlanders will be playing Monterey Tech from Monterey, Mexico at Woodforest Bank Stadium. Our band, cheerleaders, drill team, football players, and choir will all be involved in Junior High Night. The first pep rally of the year will be at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, September 25 in the gymnasium. All parents, staff, and students attending need to be inside the gymnasium prior to 8 a.m., doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Milam Elementary School
Parents and community friends are invited to come and share a favorite book with students on the District annual Read for a Better Life Kickoff day, Wednesday, September 19, anytime throughout the day. Please contact Ms. Janie Samfield in the library at 936-709-5200 if you would like to attend.
Moorhead Junior High School
September 24 is the first seventh grade football game. Panthers will play the Lions at the Caney Creek High School field. Dazzlers will perform between B and A teams. One September 25 the first eighth grade football game will be in Livingston. Moorhead Art Club will meet on September 25 from 4:15 p.m.-5.p.m.
Peet Junior High School
The 2012-2013 school year is off to a running start at Peet Junior High. We continue to enjoy the newly remodeled building and are looking forward to many firsts, this year, as we begin the migration to become the Conroe High School-Ninth grade campus. Go Tigers! The Peet staff believes that it is important to have students involved in campus activities during their time here. We have many opportunities for our students to be involved. Two of those opportunities include Fellowship of Christian athletes and National Junior Honor Society. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes meet each Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. in the Large Group Instruction Area. All students are invited to participate and may join the meeting in progress if they arrive after the meeting begins. Students not involved in the athletic program are encouraged to attend. The National Junior Honor Society will hold officer elections during their meeting on Thursday, September 20. Mrs. Adams can be contacted for any information. The first progress reports of the new school year will be released on Wednesday, September 19. Progress reports will be available through Parent Access. Please check the Peet web page for information on viewing and electronically signing the progress reports.
Reaves Elementary School
Back to School Night will be held Thursday, September 20 for PK - first grade from 6 to 7 p.m. and on Thursday September 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. for second - fourth grades. Guest Readers will be visiting the school on September 19 as we kick off “READ FOR A BETTER LIFE!”
Rice Elementary School
The Watch D.O.G.S. pizza kick-off was a great success. Teachers and Staff would like to thank all of our dads for attending this exciting event. Anyone interested in volunteering for this program should contact school counselor, Melissa Reagan. Parent Teacher Organization fall fundraiser will begin on Tuesday, September 18. Students and staff will celebrate “Read for a Better Life” with Storybook Character Day on Wednesday, September 19. All students are encouraged to dress up like their favorite storybook character. A parade of costumes will be at 8:30 a.m.
Wilkinson Elementary School
“Read for a Better Life” will be Wednesday, September 19. This day will be celebrated by a number of guest readers sharing books with all students throughout the building. Fourth graders will be treated to author, H. J. Ralles, Friday, September 21 in the library. Progress reports go home Monday, September 24. Envision Parent Information meeting Thursday, September 27 at 6 p.m. PRIDE Lunch celebrating our monthly character trait, respect, will be Friday, September 28. Have a roaring good week. Celebrating reading milestones this week is Andrew Berg.
Woodlands College Park High School
TWCP SPIRIT PARADE, The 2012 College Park Spirit Parade & Pep Rally is Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at Woodforest Stadium. The Parade begins at 6 p.m., followed by the Pep Rally at 6:30 p.m. Fans can arrive as early as 5:30 pm for best seating in the stadium. It's a "Red Wagon" Parade, so get that little red wagon or anything that you can pull out of the attic, decorate it to your group's desire, then pull it by hand in the Parade. It's that simple and that fabulous! Google "red wagon parade" for ideas. The Parade route is INSIDE the stadium. Please note: the deadline for Parade entry registration is Tuesday, September 25, 2012. For more details or to register, contact Melanie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. ALL student groups from College Park and feeder schools, as well as the community and parent groups, are invited to register as Parade participants, but you must confirm with Ms. Johnson by the September 25, 2012 deadline! And YES, OF COURSE, THERE ARE PRIZES! TWCP Touchdown Club will be awarding prizes based on creativity and spirit to first, second and third place entries.
York Junior High School
The end of the first three weeks marking period is September 14. Progress reports will be posted in the Parent Access Center by Thursday September 20. Students not tied to a Parent Access account will receive a hard copy. Athletic events are in full swing. Please visit the York website for the latest schedules of events and come help root the Eagles on to victory.