The following students received a Principal High Five: Sebastian Araoz, Trey Boatman, Braylen Mullins, Aydin Hrad, Alexander Jones, Berkley Norman, Gia D’ Souza, Caleb Green, DJ, Morgan, and Zak Fedak.
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: Garrett Peterson who works well with others, Luke Vadala who works hard to always do his best, Yariela Brown who is always happy and ready to work, Elijah Sannithomas who sees what needs to be done and does it, and Scarlett Angell who works hard each and every day.
On Monday, April 24 the entire fourth grade class will visit Mitchell Intermediate for Student Orientation. This is a wonderful event where the fourth graders can learn all about 5th grade at the intermediate level.
Progress Reports will go home on Tuesday, April 25.
Bush Elementary third and fourth grade choir will hold their Spring Concert on Thursday, April 27.
Congratulations to all the band participants in the sixth grade Solo & Ensemble Contest at Wilkerson Intermediate School on Saturday, April 8. We would like to congratulate everyone on all their hard work. The following students received medals for their effort: Kailey Cline, Magnus Schamun, Alejandro Chapellin, Asa Wolfe, Mikayla Barnes, Zoey Driscoll, Isabella Woodhead, Alysa Galiunas, Sydney Jackson, Marina Palandro, Matthew Wang, Ava Habib, Brady Laramie, Lauren Tong, Tyler Wisner, Tanya Koganti, Meenakshi Reddy, Hillary Samford, Madi Davidson, Nadia Gonzalez, Bailey Gross, Ocean Sierra, Madelyn Wagner, Damian Fiorenza, Rodrigo Longoria, Ehan Moss, Joey Willis, Brianna Duncan, Ellie Fulton, Mila Garza-Rios, Elise LeBlanc, Haeun Yeo, Benning Bass, Taryn Good, Madalyn Kesler, Sarah Lincoln, Densley Quashie, Morgan Smith-Yetter, Ross Weber, Nick McKee, Ella Muse, Nathan Mendoza, Iain Fougeron, Inaki Lemus, James Wilkins, Alexa Vivanco, Nishka Patel, Scotty Jones, Ben Stricker, Joseph Hayter, Justin Coker, Grant Laroche, Bronson Impey, Kade Jeffers, Bryce Anderson, Gavin Duarte, Colin Elkins, Cole Laraway, Carson Liu, Santi Loreto, Elijah Stephens, David Soltra, Joseph Sinski, Alex Ross, Carter Kapavik, Tyler Gonzalez, Brennan Skinner, Peter Wang, Samuel Carrier, Skyler Schenck, Guy Hyman, Zane Cooper, Grant Bottorf, Connor Judge, Jana Kassem, Emma Bryant, Lacie Pennington, Allison Bridges, JP Stricker, Zezo Beshir, Teddy Clark, Parras Dumlao, Wyatt Kupfer, Dario Rocha-Perez, Ry Pugh, Jadyn Spicer, Angelo Rivera, Caleb Medina, Sawyer Williams, Luke Skiles, Maddox Martinez, Matthew Crittell, James Wherry, Brady Duncan, Cole Gray, Gabe Vazquez, Dylan Brunner, Emaline Lewis, Sofia Glaser, Sandra Kuewumi, Katelyn Andrews, Ellie Rouswell, Ella Moran, Chris Case, Eduardo Rodriguez, Nate Cunningham, Tomas Rylek, Jimmy Walker, Lukas Mitchell, Olivia Rouse, Gabe Pelletier, David Oslund, Turner Allen, Emmanuel Kummerow, Jadyn Tran, Jacob Perugini, Eli Narvaez, Rory Mitchell, March Bartholomew, Meredith Lee and Veronica Munoz.
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 who rock: Carmen Condarco, Joey Chapman, Kory Wells, Megan Wilks, Amaya Pitcher, Neveah Chevis, Emma Ochoa, Imanol Gomez Santamaria, Elena Benavides, Matthew Boyd, Nathan Nguyen, Haeden White, Jaysen Eaton, Gavin Pratt, Mariam Stewart, Caio Contrucci, Ashton Maalouf, Richard Auxier, Ashley Reyes, Brooklynn Sheridan, Vy Ho, Rey Adams, Lexie Reams, Shreyas Pandith, Lina Broussard, Emily Dover, Hailey Primm, Alex Herrera, Mackenzie Mittlestaedt, Tailer Ravacio, Ariana Jimenez, Elliot Smaha, Wyatt Francis, Ashlyn Fielding, Jasmine Gradney, Andrew Huynh, Jayden Valle, Carly Johnson, Saylor Cutting, Ellie Visitew, Paige Hass, Preston Sample, Zane Hescht, Zachary James, Emily Callejas-Arias, Shelby Smith, Emma Cook, Kayla DeLeon, Nathan Franco, Cheyenne Rhoades, Priscilla Salinas, and Makenzie Padgett.
Wednesday, April 26, Progress Reports will be sent home.
Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school and themselves. Building this habit in elementary school helps students learn that going to school every day is important. Good attendance will help children do well in high school, college, and at work. When students improve their attendance rate, they improve their academic prospects and chances for graduating.
The book fair will be held April 23 – 27.
Our students participated in raising money for the American Cancer Society Relay Recess, and raised $5,105.00 with online donations. The top five fund-raisers will be recognized at the Relay for Life of Conroe on April 28. Those students are: Olivia Slater, Madeline Proctor, Kennedy Matthews, Logan Unterfenger, and Abigail Thomas. The top grade level raising donations was first grade, and that grade level will get a Popsicle party. Job well done!
Our character trait for March was “Courage”. Students awarded the Courage Award are: Kaitlynn Gradel, Boston McGee, Abigail Whelan, Devin Rico, Charlotte Major, Ainsleigh Collins, Joseph Padilla, Eduardo Alverez, Ricardo Montoya, Kylie Kamman, Callie Hyde, Autumn Brewer, Ritesh Kumar, Kayleigh Herron, Drew Lakin, Brooke Presley, Trinity Arding, Ritesh Nepal, Corbyn Gilbreath, Skylar Green, Delaney Clark, Alexandria Williams, Madeline Proctor, Nick Ferrell, Chase Hall, Tate Weaver, Sam Belyeu, and Lani Weaver. We are so proud of these Eagles!
Irons Junior High
Irons Junior High is proud to recognize the following “Students of The Week” for their academic or social achievements.
Mr. Mantooth would like to nominate Baylor Holloway for working diligently to complete all assignments with excellence.
Mrs. Mlcak would like to recognize her top three typists from her Computer Science class. Last week, students took their third typing test. The first place typist was Steven Drabbant for typing 79 WPM with 91% accuracy, second place was Brayden Bianca for typing 65 wpm with 96% accuracy, and third place was Kevin Becerra for typing 46 wpm with 96% accuracy.
Also, Congratulations to Mrs. Mlcak’s seventh period class for winning the Typing Contest with a class average of 27 Words Per Minute.
Congratulations to the 2016 – 2017 seventh grade Duke Talent Search participants! The following students took the Duke Tip test and qualified for state recognition: Isabella Campos, Emma Hamilton, Mallery Minor, Renee Schoellman, Peyton Tabor, Sydney Tabor, and Preslee Young. Congratulations to all of our students that took the Duke Tip test. We are so proud of you!
Second grade will host a Reading Restaurant on Wednesday, April 26 and Thursday, April 27. Parents are invited to listen to their students’ wonderful writing.
Friday, April 28, kindergarten will have an end of the year program at 8:30 a.m. Third grade will go on a field trip to Minute Maid Park leaving the campus at 9 a.m. Also on this day second grade will open their Flower Pen factory, raising money for charity.
Oak Ridge High School
Oak Ridge High School Chamber, Symphony, and Sinfonietta orchestras performed at UIL Concert & Sight-reading Contest this week. All three ensembles received a first division superior rating in both concert and sight-reading to earn a Sweepstakes Award. Congratulations and way to go, orchestra!
Congratulations to our ORHS relay team who ran the fastest time in the nation and placed first at the Texas Relays on April 1 and 2. Team members are: Joe Austin, Zavier Johnson, Nathaniel McRae, and Grant Stuard.
Also, congratulations to Zach Johnson who took 2nd place in the Triple Jump that same weekend.
The Reaves PTO will be hosting a Spring Carnival on Friday, April 28 to raise funds for the upcoming school year. If you would like to sponsor a booth ($50+) or donate to the silent auction, please contact the PTO at (936)709-5400 or email@example.com.
Kindergarten graduation pictures will be April 26.
Our annual STAAR Pep Rally will be held on Friday, May 5 from 2 p.m. until 3 p.m.
Friday, May 12 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. the PTO will sponsor a school dance.
Congratulations to the following sixth grade band students who received a superior rating in the Conroe Independent School District Solo and Ensemble competition: Edgar Monroy, Daniel Guazozon, Emily Bolanos, Devin Gary, Angel Mejia, Taylor Hayes, Henry Zamudio, Vivian Rodriguez, Marysol Barron, Andrea Delgado, Cristopher Parra, Kevin Barcenas, and Justin Diaz.
Everyone is invited to the Travis Parent Teacher Organization Garage and Bake Sale on Saturday, April 22 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. We hope to see you there!
Mark your calendar for the Travis Family Dance on Thursday, April 27 5:30-7 p.m. Information will be sent home with students for this special evening.
Kona Ice will be coming on Friday, April 28 from 1-3 p.m.