Moorhead Junior High News
CISD Receives Federal Grant - Free food!
Starting, Thursday October 1st through December 18th all students will receive free breakfast and lunch.
Curbside Meal pick up for online students
· Curbside continues on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am - 12pm at all junior high schools
o Curbside will be free as well
o Curbside student must be present or the parent/guardian must have some type of Conroe ISD ID for their child
o Kids that are not a CISD student under 18 can receive a meal from curbside distribution under the guidelines of the Federal program
Don't forget to Apply for Free or Reduced meals before Oct. 16th!
You can also pick up a hard copy of the Meal Application at the School.
Students who have not reapplied for this school year will be dropped on September 29.
After school car riders must be picked up along the school driveway/sidewalk. We don't want anyone to get hit by a car. Think of all the young high school drivers who may be driving while distracted! We ask that you not pick up your child along the road or that you ask your child to cross the street.
Thank you for your help with this request.
The PSAT is the preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The PSAT is a great primer for the SAT, and even the ACT, but it’s more than just a trial run. PSAT scores are used to identify National Merit Scholars and award merit scholarships!
Moorhead Junior High 8th graders will take the PSAT on Friday Oct. 16, 2020. Please make sure your child goes to bed early and eats a good breakfast!
7th Grade Immunizations
Your child must be up to date with all immunizations. Please be sure to submit updated shot records to our nurse by October 13, 2020 so that your child isn't withdrawn due to missing immunizations.
Protect your child from the dangers of the Internet!
Protect your child from the dangers of the Internet for FREE by following these simple steps:
IOS/Apple I-Phone Users go to:
then scroll down to USE SCREEN TIME PASSCODE (it's in blue) Set a passcode only you know.
Then go back up to:
CONTENT AND PRIVACY RESTRICTIONS (Set restrictions here)
CONTENT RESTRICTIONS (Set more restrictions here)
You are done!
or please invest in a monitoring app like one of the following:
Second Nine Weeks In Person or Online? Are you making a switch?
The 2nd Grading Period begins on October 13, 2020. Parents wishing to change their child’s instructional option (Remote/Online to In-Person or In-Person to Remote/Online) for the 2nd Grading Period should contact Mrs. Jeane, our registrar, no later than Monday, October 5th.
This will allow us the time to make needed schedule changes. If there has been no contact from a parent/guardian, no changes will be made to the student’s instructional method.
You must make a firm decision as to whether you will be an in person or online student starting the second nine weeks. We will not permit switching back and forth.
October 8 is the last day of the 8 weeks.
No School on October 9 and 12 (4 day weekend)
October 13 is the first day of the 2nd Nine Week grading period.
Laptops and hotspots
We will begin collecting laptops, IPADs, and hotspots from our IN PERSON students at the end of this 9 weeks.
We have received hotspots for ONLINE students on the wait list. Please contact Davonna Wilson if you need a hotspot.
Live Online Lessons UPDATED
Daily Live Online Lessons Please check your teacher's Canvas page for Zoom links. Students should have camera on and show their first and last name on screen.
English (Reading) (1st Period) - 8:50am - 9:40am Tuesdays and Thursdays
History (3rd Period) - 10:39am - 11:29am Tuesdays and Thursdays
Science (4th Period) - 11:33am - 12:39pm Mondays and Wednesdays
English (Writing) (5th Period) 12:43pm - 1:15pm Tuesdays and Thursdays
Math (6th Period) - 2:08pm - 3:04pm Mondays and Wednesdays
Algebra (1st Period) 8:50am - 9:37am Monday - Friday
ELA (3rd Period) 10:35am - 11:25am Tuesdays and Thursdays
Science (4th Period) 12:03pm - 1:00pm Mondays and Wednesdays
History (5th Period) 1:04pm - 2:00pm Mondays and Wednesdays
Math (7th Period) 3:04pm - 4:00pm Mondays and Wednesdays
OPTIONAL: Online After School Tutorials via ZOOM by appointment. Please check your teacher's Canvas page for Zoom links. Students should have camera on and show their first and last name on screen.
Optional: After School Sessions 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Moorhead Spirit Days
10/13 - Make the Competition see Stars- America Day
10/14- Knock out the Highlanders - Pajama Day
10/15 - I double Dare you to beat the Panthers! - Twin Day
10/16 - Sock it to the Competition - Crazy Sock Day
10/20 - Tie up the Wildcats- Tie Dye Day
Red Ribbon Week
10/26 - Keep Your Future Drug Free - College Shirt Day
10/27 - Real Heroes Don't do drugs - Superhero Day
10/28 - You Can't See Clearly on drugs - Camo Day
10/29 - Panthers Unite Against Big Tobacco - Panther T Shirt Day
10/30 - Pink the Creek for a Cure - Pink Out
Does your child need help with homework or getting caught up?
The Student Success Center (SSC) is open Tuesday through Thursday from 4:05pm to 5:10pm. Students staying after school for tutorials can be picked up by the bus ramp or can ride the late bus home. Late buses depart Moorhead at 5:15pm.
Student Success Center Expectations
· Long before 4:00pm students should know how they are getting home (car or late bus); in other words, they do not decide at 4:00 that they need to stay for SSC.
· 4:05 – Students line up at the 7th grade library door, extending towards the cafeteria; whether they hear a dismissal announcement or not, they are released from class at 4:05 (no earlier) for SSC. They should not arrive later than 4:15.
· Students hand SSC facilitator on duty their official, teacher signed SSC pass.
· Students sign in on one of the iPads.
· Students begin working quietly at the appropriate subject area table until tutors arrive.
· Electronic devices are not allowed unless a tutor or SSC facilitator has given permission to use them.
· Students must ask the SSC facilitator for permission to use the restroom.
· Car riders are dismissed at 5:05pm and late bus riders are dismissed at 5:10pm.
Caney Creek Youth Basketball Fall League 2020
CANEY CREEK YOUTH BASKETBALL FALL LEAGUE 2020!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24
*PARENT COACHES WILL DRAFT TEAMS ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3
*OPEN TO ALL BOYS AND GIRLS 1st and 2nd GRADE!
*4 GAME REGULAR SEASON, PRACTICES, AND PLAYOFFS!
*KIDS AND TEAMS RECEIVE A COLORED T-SHIRT GAME JERSEY WITH AN ASSIGNED NUMBER!
*PAYMENT DUE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020. $65.
Student Name: Male Female (Circle One)
Grade Level: 1st 2nd School:
Shirt Size (MUST BE ACCURATE): YS YM YL YXL S M L XL XXL
Emergency Contact: Email*(MUST HAVE ONE):
ALL GAMES AND PRACTICES WILL BE HELD AT:
CANEY CREEK COWBOY CHURCH – 1st/2nd Grade CO-ED Division – OUTDOOR COURT: 17703 Nonesuch Rd, Conroe, TX 77306
*DRAFT IS ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3: (REGISTRATION FIRST THEN DRAFT AT TIMES BELOW)
*9 AM: 1st/2nd GRADE CO-ED DIVISION
Parents wanting to coach should let us know on Saturday, October 3 at registration. Kids will go through a 25 minute “skills display” where the parent coaches will watch. Afterwards, the parent coaches will select players. Your son/daughter will automatically be on your team.
PRACTICES: THURSDAYS FOR AN HOUR SLOT BTWN. 5:45 PM – 7:45 PM: OCTOBER 8, 15, and 22
GAMES: SATURDAYS STARTING AT 9 AM: OCTOBER 10(2 Games), 17(2 Games), and 24 – PLAYOFFS!
PAYMENT/CONTACT: ONLY PAY ON THE FIRST DAY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 DURING REGISTRATION.
Randy Appiah - Head Boys Basketball Coach - email@example.com – (512)705-8311
Conroe ISD will continue implementation of the Anonymous Alerts – anti bullying app. Anonymous Alerts is a patented student anti-bullying app that helps combat bullying and other negative activity in schools by empowering students to come forward to help themselves and other students. Social and peer pressures are some of the hardest obstacles for students to overcome, now they can report bullying and safety issues quickly using Anonymous Alerts mobile app.
Students or parents in the school community can anonymously submit alerts about suspicious activity, safety threats, bullying, alcohol or drug use, harassment, family issues, school shooter, campus safety concerns, and self-harm issues to school administrators or counselors. The app is free from the Apple Store, Google Play store, and the Chrome store. Students will still have the option to call Kid Chat to report anything at 1-800-kid-chat.
Go Get It Week
November 16th CCHS ROTC visit
November 17th Career information will be available for the students. CCHS counselors will
discuss courses that would help support student career choices.
November 18th CCHS Cosmetology visit
November 19th Hand out college/technical school information.
Information on financial aide and college expenses will be available for students.
November 20th CCHS Culinary Arts visit
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.