Giesinger Gazette

August 23, 2020

Eagles Soar to Excellence

Our Campus Mission:

The mission of Giesinger Elementary is to ensure high levels of learning to facilitate continuous growth of the whole child.

Our Vision:

We envision a school in which staff provide a safe, caring, and positive learning community for all children; create a collaborative culture among children, families and staff; establish high levels of learning by frequently monitoring student progress; and demonstrate a personal commitment to the academic success and general well-being of each child .

2014 National Blue Ribbon School

Dates To Remember:


8/24 - YouTube Live with Dr. Null, Superintendent at 6:00 PM

8/26 - First Day of on Campus Instruction for Face-to-face Students in PreK, Kinder & 1st Grade for those students who chose "in-person" learning.

8/31 - On Campus Instruction for Face-to-face Students (2nd-4th) with Last Names beginning with A - C


9/01 - On Campus Instruction for Face-to-face Students (2nd-4th) with Last Names beginning with D - J

9/02 - On Campus Instruction for Face-to-face Students (2nd-4th) with Last Names beginning with K - Q

9/03 - On Campus Instruction for Face-to-face Students (2nd-4th) with Last Names beginning with R - Z

9/04 - Online Instruction for all Students in Second, Third, and Fourth Grades

9/07 - Labor Day Holiday

9/08 - Face-to-face Instruction Begins for Second, Third, and Fourth Grades


10/09 - Student Holiday

10/12 - Holiday

10/13 - Second Nine Weeks Begins

An Update from Mrs. Ralston

Hello Giesinger Families,

We are ready for the third week of school! We are so proud of our students, families and staff for working hard. We thank you for continuing to support your children and their teachers.

We are looking forward to seeing our Pre-K through 1st grade Eagles, who chose face-to-face learning, inside the building on Wednesday, August 26th.

Unfortunately, we won't be able to allow parents into the building on the first day of school. We have plans to make sure students get to their classroom. Our schedule has been revised for the first three days to allow for staff to be available at entrances and in the hall to help children get to their classrooms. We want you to feel at ease when you drop them off or send them on the bus for their first day of school at Giesinger.

The expectations for face coverings have changed for Pre-K through 2nd grade. Students in these grades will be asked to wear face coverings in classrooms. All students will be required to wear face coverings on the school bus, during transitions and while in common areas. We realize our youngest children may need additional time to adjust to wearing face coverings. Please know that our teachers and staff understand this and will work with each child to help them transition to face-to-face learning here at Giesinger.

It is important for all of us to understand the guidance we are receiving from the state, county and our school district. We want students in our classrooms for face-to-face learning, and we know so many of you want that as well. Face coverings will give us a better chance of keeping our students and staff safe. Wearing face coverings will increase the probability that we will be able to refrain from sending your child home to quarantine if there is a positive case in a classroom.

Please continue to check the District's Roadmap to Reopening web page for updated information.

Turn into YouTube Live for Dr. Null's next update on Monday, August 24th, at 6:00 PM

We appreciate your patience and support! Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns: We are here to help and support our Giesinger Eagle Families any way we can!

Stay safe,

Melissa Ralston, Principal

Pre-Screening Each Day

Our parents are valued partners in our Roadmap to Reopening Plan. In addition to wearing cloth face coverings, social distancing, washing hands, and regular cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched surfaces, an essential element in helping slow the spread of COVID-19 at school is each parent’s commitment to screening their child daily for symptoms. Parents are also asked to keep any student exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 at home and to notify the campus. Attached is a copy of the current screening process which outlines the symptoms. Please review the information and be sure to keep your child at home if he/she is exhibiting any of the symptoms described.

Please note that all campuses are closed to visitors at this time to help stop the spread of COVID-19. If you must visit a campus, we ask that you screen yourself prior to leaving your home. All visitors that come on a campus/facility will be required to use the Access Intercom system or call the front office from their vehicle. Once the reception area identifies the person and their need to be on campus, they will be allowed in the building. All visitors will be required to sign in using the visitor program. Each visitor will be asked the screening questions. If a “yes” response is given to one of the questions, the visitor will be asked to leave the campus immediately.

Parent/teacher conferences, ARDS, 504 meetings etc. will be held virtually or by telephone when possible.

Thank you for helping to keep our school community safe.

Melissa Ralston

Students Wearing Masks

Students in grades 3-12 are required to wear face coverings in all areas, including classrooms, and when social distancing of at least 6 ft. is not possible. Students in grades PreK-2 are asked to wear face coverings. All students (PreK-12) will wear face coverings, as developmentally appropriate and feasible, on buses, during transitions, and in school common areas.

Wear Your Mask and Wash Your Hands

Water Bottles

As part of our COVID-19 mitigation practices, we are highly encouraging all students to bring a refillable water bottle daily. The District has installed one no-touch water bottle refilling station in our cafeteria.We ask that children bring a filled refillable water bottle to school with them. Please clearly write your child's name on water bottles with permanent marker.

Parent Visitors

Parents will be allowed to come into the building on a very limited basis. When students begin on campus learning, parents will not be allowed to come into the building except for the rare times that a meeting cannot be held virtually.

Many parents are used to coming to the campus to eat lunch with their child or bring lunch from a restaurant. Unfortunately, these practices will not be allowed. We will not be able to accommodate parents who bring lunch to the campus. If a student forgets their lunch at home, they will be able to charge a lunch from the cafeteria.

You will notice curb-side parking signs that are placed in the first row of parking spots in front of the school. If you are picking up something from campus, you will be asked to to phone the receptionist from your car. We will help you as soon as we can. Please do not park and walk up to the building without first calling to make arrangements as we will not be able to let you in.

If you need to pick up your child early for any reason, you will need to drive up to the curb and call the front desk. We will then call your child from class and walk them to your car. This process may take longer than how we did this in the past so please plan accordingly. Please know that we will not call your child out of class until you have arrived on campus.

Thank you for supporting our efforts to keep our students, staff and families safe. This won't last forever. We will eventually be able to welcome families to our building.

Nurse's News

Important changes for the Clinic in 2020-2021:

Any medications that could be used to treat symptoms consistent with Covid-19, such as cough, shortness of breath, headache, sore throat, and body aches will not be administered or accepted without a current written order by a healthcare provider. This would include cough and cold medication, cough drops, metered dose inhalers, nebulizer medications, and anti fever medications ibuprofen and acetaminophen. Parents/guardians are encouraged to consult their healthcare providers to obtain metered dose inhalers instead of nebulizer medications. Minor complaints from students will most likely by handled in their classrooms. Nurse Corbit will be making classroom visits this year to help students who do not specifically need to come down to the clinic. This will help promote wellness throughout the campus and reserve the clinic for those who are truly ill or injured. Thank you for understanding these changes. Please give us a call with any questions or concerns. Any medications that do need to be signed in to the clinic will be done on an appointment basis.

Please call us to schedule one. 936-709-2609 -Dana Corbit, RN and Patty Terreo/Clinic Aide.

Car Rider Signs are Ready for Pick-Up

All students have a car rider sign(s) are ready for pick-up. We especially need our PreK through 1st grade families to pick up their child's car rider signs in order for a smooth Car Rider Dismissal this Wednesday through Friday. You may come to Giesinger during school hours this week to pick up your child's dismissal sign.
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Technology Return

If your child has borrowed technology from Giesinger during the ramp-up period and they will be returning to in-person instruction, the iPad/Chromebook and charger must be returned to the school on the first day of in-person instruction. We will need these devices to ensure that we have technology on campus for students to use during in-person instruction.

Chromebooks, iPads and chargers should be returned to the homeroom teacher. Please tape a piece of paper with your child's name to the Chromebook or iPad so that we properly identify who has returned the device.

Technology Help Desk FAQs

  • What is my student’s chromebook login? It is usually part of the last name with part of the first name. You will need to get this information from your child’s teacher. You do not need to add the in the username field. The password is stu+6 digit student ID. You must put stu in front of the number in the password.
  • What if I need a hotspot in order to have Internet access at home? Contact your child’s campus.
  • What if I need a chromebook or iPad for remote instruction? Contact your child’s campus
  • What if the hotspot I checked out from my campus is asking for a password? There should be instructions inside the box. For some models, there is a button on the top of the hotspot that when pressed will reveal the password. For the other models, the password is on a sticker on the bottom of the hotspot.
  • What if I don’t know my Student’s student ID number in order to sign up for Parent Access? Contact your child’s campus. We are not able to give out student ID numbers at the district office.
  • How does my student access Canvas or Seesaw? Your student will login to the Conroe ISD SSO and click the appropriate tile. For Seesaw, your child’s teacher will send a Home Code invitation with instructions to login to the Seesaw Class. If you have not received this invitation, contact your child’s teacher.
  • Why is my chromebook saying it is locked? Chromebooks that were not turned in after the spring semester were locked until returned to campus. Contact your child’s campus to get this chromebook unlocked.
  • How do I get a Parent Canvas account? First create a Parent access account. You will use the same login for Canvas.
  • Parent Canvas Account Video
  • Parent Access Account Video
  • Why are there no courses in my child’s Canvas account? Students in grades 3-12 will receive their courses at 6am on August 12. If your child is missing a course on August 12, contact the teacher of the missing course.
  • What is the best device to use for online instruction? Most PK-2nd grade students work best on an iPad. Most 3rd-12th grade students work best on a chromebook. Google Chrome is the best web browser for Canvas.
  • Do I need to download Zoom on the Chromebook checked out by my campus? No- All district chromebooks have the Zoom extension installed automatically.
  • The Chromebook I got from the school just has a spinning circle? The chromebook by default tries to connect to CISD. Click the wireless icon in the lower right and connect to your home wireless or your hotspot.

Conroe ISD Technology Help Desk

Teachers, students, parents, and guardians needing assistance with Canvas, Seesaw, Parent Access, or Student Access:

Weekdays beginning Monday, August 10th

7:30 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.

You can call 936-709-7658 or email

*Canvas users can also click the "Help" button prior to logging in.

Canvas - The Learning Platform for 3rd-12th Graders

Everything that your student will need to access their schoolwork will be done through Canvas. Below are directions on how to log on to Canvas. If your child needs their log-in information have them send an email your child's teacher. Also, parents if you would like to turn the notifications off there are directions below. If you need assistance, please send email us as well.

Parent Access Account and Canvas Support

Please sign-up for a Parent Access Account if you do not currently have one. Watch the video below for support.

Parent Access and Canvas Account

Parent Access and Canvas Access Accounts - Journey to the First Day of School - Tech Tips 2020

Parking Lot Access Point WiFi Coverage Map for Conroe High School

Parents/students may go to Conroe High School for WiFi. The map below shows the points of coverage.
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Counselor's Update

Hello Parents,

Starting August 25th, I will begin Zoom Counseling Lessons with students following the schedule below. Each Zoom will be approximately 20 minutes. If you have more than one child in different grade levels, they can attend the Zoom together. If your child's teacher has a Zoom scheduled at these times, please have your child attend their teacher's Zoom lesson. This information can also be found in my Bitmoji office (Slide 3) using the following link.

Amanda Barton's Bit Office

Mrs. BARTON’s Counseling Corner Click on each poster for more information What Does a School Counselor Do? Come on in!

**These lessons will be similar to lessons done in the classrooms. They are not intended for individual counseling. If you or your child has individual needs, please contact me at 936-709-2608 or**

I am really looking forward to seeing everyone!

Weekly Zoom Meeting Schedule - August 24-28, 2020

Meeting ID: 970 6854 4806

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Meeting ID: 970 6854 4806

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Meeting ID: 972 9939 1184

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Meeting ID: 968 7108 9864

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Would You Like to Join the Giesinger PTO?

Our PTO believes in the students, staff, and families at Giesinger. By contributing to our fundraisers, you are making all kinds of quality programs and events available to ALL of our students!

Membership Donation Levels:

$10 Bronze Individual Membership

$25 Silver Individual Membership

$50 Gold Individual Membership

The purpose of the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is to:

(a) promote the welfare of children at Giesinger

(b) to foster cooperation between parents and teachers in the education of children at Giesinger

(c) to unite school and community efforts in securing for all children the best education

(d) to engage in fundraising activities for the educational and recreational benefit of Giesinger, its children, teachers, and staff as determined by the PTO and in accordance with the PTO by-laws.

New Student Registration

If you have pre-kindergarten or kindergarten age children or a new student who will be attending Giesinger next year, please register them. The link to register is below.

To enter in Pre-Kindergarten in Conroe ISD, a child must be four years old on or before September 1 of the current school year and meet eligible requirements. Please go to the Conroe ISD website for more information.

To enter the Kindergarten program in Conroe ISD, a child must be five years old on or before September 1 of the current school year.

Below is a list of documents that can be provided to establish identity and age for registration:

  • birth certificate,
  • passport
  • school ID card
  • military ID
  • hospital birth record
  • adoption record
  • or other legal document that establishes identity

Please register HERE!

Should you have any questions please contact our Registrar, Mrs. Rickwalt, at or call Giesinger at 936-709-2600.

Meal Distribution

  • Beginning Thursday, August 13, breakfast and lunch meals will be available curbside at every campus for students to purchase or free to students who qualify.
    • Curbside Meals will no longer be free for all students.
    • Meals will be available on the bus ramp (or designated location) at each school Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 AM-12 PM.
    • Multiple meals will be distributed on pick up days. Tuesday: 2 breakfast meals/ 2 lunch meals Thursday: 3 breakfast meals/ 3 lunch meals
    • A student meal card located in Parent Access must be presented to scan and identify the student when meals are picked up.
      • This can be printed on paper or presented electronically on a phone.
    • No change will be made for cash transactions- any change will be applied to student's meal account. Pre-payments can be made at .
    • Meal prices and the free and reduced meal application are available on the child nutrition website. .
    • At Giesinger, curbside distribution will take place on the bus ramp. Please think of this as an additional food service line. Student lunch accounts can be used to purchase meals, and students who receive free or reduced meals will purchase at the same price as they would inside the school.

  • The drop date for students to use Free and Reduced benefits from last year is September 24. After this, students will be a "paid status" until a new application is completed.
    • Parents can go online to complete a Free and Reduced application for the 20-21 school year.
  • Pre K students are not automatically free this year. An application is required.
  • Child Nutrition will deliver Student ID cards to each K-12 campus by August 14 for students to use for meals during in-person instruction.
    • Cards will have notches to be attached to lanyards if needed.

Giesinger Elementary Protocols

The following protocols were created for the safety of our students, staff and families for the 2020-2021 school year. Campus structures and procedures may change to maintain safety and health.

General Information

  • All parents and students are asked to self-screen for COVID-19 prior to leaving home each morning.
  • Utilize good hygiene throughout the day.
  • Practice social distancing as much as possible.
  • At this time, third and fourth grade students in Conroe ISD will be required to wear masks at school. We highly encourage students in pre-kindergarten through second grade to wear face masks at school as well.

Arrival Protocols

  • Separate entrances are provided for bus/daycare riders, walkers/bikers, and car riders.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are provided at each campus entrance and in each classroom and students/staff will use this upon entering the campus and classrooms.
  • Entry doors will be propped open for no touch entry. Staff will supervise to ensure unauthorized persons do not enter opened entry doors.
  • Staff will supervise arriving students to ensure hallway safety protocols are followed.
  • Students will not congregate together in large enclosed areas waiting to report to staff.
  • Parents will not be allowed to accompany students into the school at any time, including the first day of school.
  • Students who buy breakfast will eat in their classroom to avoid congregating in the cafeteria during arrival.

Dismissal Protocols

  • Students will be dismissed in staggered departure times by walker/daycare, car riders and bus riders from their classrooms to decrease the risk of congregating. The CISD Car Rider and Bus Hub app will be utilized to communicate with teachers regarding dismissal of students.
  • All available (non-classroom) staff will be utilized to supervise departing students.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are provided at each campus exit and in each classroom and students/staff will use this when exiting the campus and classrooms.
  • Exterior doors will be propped open and supervised to minimize contact.
  • Parents must remain in designated area (walkers) or in their vehicle (car riders) as they wait for their student(s).
  • In the event that a parent has to pick a student up before dismissal, they will use the Giesinger curbside protocol (see below).
Giesinger curbside protocol: Parents will park in the front spaces and call the front office. Signs will be posted directing them to the parking spots and will include the front office phone number as well as the parking spot number they are parked in. Once verified, staff will get student from class and escort to the front porch where parents will pull around. Parents will check out the student curbside with as little contact as possible.
  • All students will be dismissed from their classroom to avoid congregating in their classroom. Students will be dismissed as their family arrives or bus/daycare arrives.
  • Campus will follow new dismissal protocols for walkers, car riders, bus, and daycare.
  • Walkers will be dismissed from the playground gated area along White Oak by grade level. Parents/guardians should social distance when waiting for students to exit. Students will be released by grade level according to the following times:
3:10 3rd/4th grades
3:20 PK/K
3:30 1st/2nd grades
  • Car riders will be dismissed as “flights” and students will be at cones to wait for their families.
  • Bus/Daycare will be dismissed from the back of the campus.

Transition Protocols

  • Students and staff will stay to the far right side of the hallways and throughout the campus to reduce the possibility of contact. Campus wide visuals and language will be used to remind students of this procedure “Walk Right, Stay Right”.
  • Classroom doors will be propped open to reduce high touch areas when possible.
  • Classrooms will stagger releases from each class (when traveling to common areas-lunch, recess, specials) to limit the number of students in the hallway during transitions, when possible.
  • Students will use visual cues (arrows and dots) on the floor to assist in social distancing and relay hallway expectations of “Walk Right, Stay Right”.
  • All available (non-classroom) staff will be utilized to supervise transitions and maintain social distancing.
  • Teachers, along with support staff, will supervise restrooms to ensure social distancing and safety protocols are followed.

Students will use visuals (social distance dots on the floor) to know where to stand when waiting for the restroom. The amount of stalls in the restroom will determine the capacity of the restroom. (For example, if a restroom has two stalls, only two students will be allowed in that area at a time. Other students will have to wait on the dots outside until one becomes available.

When possible, grade levels will use a designated restroom to minimize contact.

  • Students will use hand sanitizer during each transition upon entering and exiting the classroom and/or common area.

Lunch Protocols

  • Cafeteria capacity will be based upon current guidelines.
  • Physical distance will be provided around each available seat.
  • Seats will be marked by visual (dot) so students are clear on where to sit that maintains social distancing. Students will be provided a bar code identification card that will be used to purchase breakfast/lunches and avoid using a keypad to purchase their breakfast/ lunch. Break-away lanyards will be provided by the school to attach to student identification cards and will be stored in the classroom each day to minimize contact.
  • Seating charts will be used to log all students at all times in the cafeteria.
  • Students will use visual cues (arrows and dots) on the floor to reinforce physical distance and traffic patterns in the cafeteria.
  • In the event that students are not able to lunch in the cafeteria, classrooms as well as other designated areas will be used to create social distancing.
  • Lunch times are subject to change in order to reduce the number of students in the cafeteria at one time.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at cafeteria entrances and exits.
  • All available staff will be utilized to supervise cafeteria procedures and maintain social distancing.
  • No visitors will be allowed in the building for lunch.
  • Parents are encouraged to make prepayments on students’ accounts using MySchool Bucks, cash, or checks to avoid cash transactions during meal service.
  • Cafeteria meals will be pre-packaged in boats/bags for easy transport to classrooms, if necessary, and to prevent food from being exposed to others.
  • Food will be pre-packaged for quick selection to decrease the amount of time spent in line.
  • A la carte items will be limited to limit time spent in line.

Recess Protocols

  • All grade level teachers will be on duty monitoring students at recess.
  • Recess schedules are subject to change in order to limit the number of students on the playground at a given time.
  • Staff will supervise students on the playground to supervise procedures and maintain social distancing.

Classroom Protocols

  • Students will use hand sanitizer upon entering and exiting classrooms at all times. Students may wash their hands in lieu of hand sanitizers when the classroom setup allows for hand washing.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided by CISD and available to classrooms at all times.
  • Teachers and staff will make every effort to distance students away from one another as much as instructionally possible.
  • Students will use their own supplies. Sharing of supplies will be limited and in the event that it is necessary, will be cleaned and wiped down with disinfectant between student use.
  • Students will use backpacks to hold school supplies. Backpacks may be used to transport materials to departmentalized teachers as well as art classes.
  • Teachers will develop and implement classroom procedures that limit student movement such as turning in assignments and passing out materials.
  • Students will be taught procedures to sanitize their personal work space with hand sanitizer or cleaning wipes.
  • Teachers will have students engage in supervised handwashing following proper handwashing guidelines (at least 20 seconds at least two times each day) in addition to washing hands after using the restroom and before eating
  • Visual cues and school wide common language will be used to help students with social distancing and proper handwashing.
  • Commonly-touched surfaces in classrooms will be cleaned and disinfected between student groups.
  • Ongoing instruction will be provided to students on appropriate hygiene practices as well as campus protocols.

Visitor Protocol

  • Only visitors essential to school operations will be permitted to enter Giesinger Elementary.
  • Virtual meetings will be used to reduce the number of campus visitors.
  • All individuals entering the building must wear a face mask covering their mouth and nose at all times.
  • Visitors will be required to complete a COVID 19 screening form in the reception area prior to entering the building.
  • Parents needing to drop items off for a student will contact the school to arrange a curbside pick-up.
  • Visitors and staff will maintain appropriate social distancing for student meetings, including ARD’s and 504 meetings.
  • Deliveries to students including lunches will be limited and on an emergency basis only. Students who forget their lunch will be allowed to charge a meal to the cafeteria.
  • PTO meetings will be held virtually to minimize outside contact.

Clinic Protocols

  • There will be a separate area designated for “sick” and “well” visits to the clinic.
  • Mrs. Corbit will make classroom visits to students in order to minimize movement in the hallway.

School Supplies

If your family is in need of school supplies for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Mrs. Barton at or 936-709-2608. Please do so by August 7th.

If you pre-ordered school supplies then our PTO will be sending information for curb side pick-up on August 10-11 at Giesinger.

2019-2020 Yearbooks

Yearbooks are in! If you ordered a yearbook and have not come to pick it up, please do so at your earliest convenience. If you would like to purchase a yearbook, we have extras available for $35.

Get Connected!

Stay in touch with CISD by downloading our new mobile app!

Download the app on your mobile device today and select ‘yes’ to receive push notifications with the latest news and updates from the District.

Key Features:

  • Push Notifications - Select ‘yes’ when you download the app to receive the latest push notifications from the District.
  • Calendar Events - Add events to the calendar on your personal mobile device directly from the calendar section on the app.
  • News - Check out the latest District-wide and school news all in one place!

School Messenger

All SMS messages received from the Conroe ISD District Office and your child's campus will begin with "Conroe ISD:" and come from the subscribe code 67587. If you have not yet opted-in to receive SMS messages, you can do so at any time throughout the school year by texting "Y" to 67587.

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Parent Access Login

By logging into Parent Access, you can check your child's grades, assignments, and attendance.

To access your child’s information online you must register for an account.

Please go to the following link and follow the directions below:

Click the “Student/Parent” tab

Click on “Parent Access Center”

Click “Register”

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School Information

  • Our doors open at 7:30 for all students.
  • Students are counted "tardy" after 8:00. Instruction begins promptly at 8:00 and we want our students present and ready to learn!
  • Please do not drop off students before 7:30 as there is no adult supervision on the front porch.
  • Breakfast is served from 7:30-7:55.
  • Transportation changes need to be made by 2:00. Emergency transportation changes can me made no later than 2:30.
  • Students will not be checked out after 2:30.
  • Dismissal begins at 3:10.
  • Please display your car or walker sign when picking your students up each day. This is for the safety for all students and to help our staff and substitutes on duty.
  • Thank you for your continued support. Eagles Soar to Excellence in All We Do!

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Giesinger Eagles Motto:

"Eagles Soar to Excellence In All We Do!"

The Conroe Independent School District (District) as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.

For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, TX 77304; (936) 709-7752.