Conroe High School Tiger Tracks
February 26, 2023
Hey Conroe Tiger Family,
We hope you had a great weekend! Shout out to our amazing Conroe Tiger Band on another successful Mega-Band event!!! We have two more weeks until Spring Break! Please encourage your student to finish the semester strong. Here are a few updates and reminders:
Our next set of block days will be on March 7th and 8th!
Our dress code seemed much better last week, but parents, please continue to remind your student of the school dress code when getting ready in the morning. We are seeing an increase in undergarments, such as bras, being worn as shirts and tops well above the belly button. Students are becoming defiant when asked to comply. We appreciate your support with this issue.
Final Exam Exemptions
Please see the Final Exam Exemption Policy that includes the guidelines for the Spring. All students are eligible to exempt exams if they meet the criteria.
Class of 2024
You and your parents are invited to attend a district wide event for only juniors and their parents on March 1, 2023. Junior Jumpstart is an annual event set up like a conference where you and your parents will have the opportunity to visit three different sessions to learn about different topics related to college and other options after high school. Each of the sessions will be presented by a college representative or a professional in a particular career field. This event will be held at the new Jett Center by Woodforest Bank Stadium. You do not want to miss this event!
Be sure to click the Counselors Newsletter below for news from our CHS Counselors. The counselors at CHS serve as a resource to help connect families with community resources regarding ongoing therapy or other mental health needs. Please let us know if we can help you find resources that meet your families' needs. School counselors cannot fulfill the role of a therapist, but we can help students apply interpersonal skills, set and plan for academic goals, and plan for postsecondary options.
Parents, as a reminder we do not accept food deliveries from companies such as DoorDash and Uber Eats. Food being delivered must come from a parent/guardian.
Student Dropoff In The Morning
CHS-9 Parents, please only drop your students off at the front of the school. Enter the school at the entrance that has the marquee. Do not enter and drop off in faculty parking lots. We have buses that drop off in these areas before school and it creates a safety hazard for those students. Also, please do not stop on Sgt. Ed Holcomb and drop students off.
CHS Main - Please do not drop your child off on Hwy 105. You may drop your child off in the car rider line in the front of the school or the car rider line off of Wilson. Also, in the front of the building, there is only one lane turning in off of Hwy 105. Please don't ignore the RIGHT TURN ONLY sign in the front. When you do it really holds up our car rider line. Please be kind and follow the directions of the sign!
We have started Tardy Sweeps at the Main Campus and will begin having them at 9th Grade Campus soon. Our students have more than enough time to travel from one class to the next. If your child is caught during the sweep they will receive a consequence.
Our number one priority is to keep our students safe at Conroe High School. Please parents, remind your children they are not allowed to leave campus for lunch. If your child walks to school, please remind them to use the cross- walk at a light. If your child is a car rider, please drop them off and pick them up in the car rider line, not HWY 105 or area businesses.
Vape Detectors are active on both campuses: Be advised, campus restrooms are equipped with vape detectors. Students caught in possession of a vape device or under the influence may face severe disciplinary consequences, which may include, ISS/OSS, DAEP and/or expulsion to JJAEP pending an investigation. Please discuss the danger and consequences of vaping with your child.
(*Liquid THC is considered a felony controlled substance . Students caught with a vape device that tests positive for THC could receive a state felony charge, be arrested on campus, and face mandatory expulsion.)
Seniors and Parents/Guardians of Seniors
There is a graduation requirement you must complete in order for you to graduate this school year. Seniors must complete one of the following:
Complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); OR
Complete and submit a Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA); OR
Complete and submit a signed opt-out form provided by the school district.
If you have any questions about this graduation requirement please contact our College and Career Counselor, Jessica Beckham.
We appreciate your continued support! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
Conroe High School: 936-709-5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conroe High School 9th Grade Campus: 936-709-4000 or email@example.com
Sic ‘Em Tigers,
Principal, Conroe High School
Principal, Conroe High School 9th Grade Campus
MISSION - Conroe High School is a safe and supportive environment that promotes diverse programs with rigorous expectations by instilling Tiger PRIDE!
VISION - All Tigers Achieve
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Conroe High School PTO
Also, please join our CHS PTO!!! Joining is easy, please click the link below to join! To stay current on all things PTO, please join the CHS PTO Facebook Group. If you have any questions, please contact our PTO President Sara Ullrich: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Information For Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
Car Riders - Parents that will be dropping off their students, DO NOT drop your student off on Hwy 105! You can either drop off in the Preferred car rider line at Wilson Road and Longmire or in the front of the building. Please plan for delays with the car rider line. Our front doors will open at 6:45 and First Period begins at 7:15.
Parking Passes - Parking passes are only available for Juniors and Seniors who are eligible. If your child is driving to school please be sure they take care of everything they need to in order to purchase a parking pass. Students will need to park in their assigned parking spot!
Important Information For Freshmen
CHS9 Car Riders:
If you bring your student to school by vehicle, then please remember that the traffic loop in front of the Ninth Grade Campus contains two lanes. Vehicles can utilize the inside lane (left lane) to help alleviate traffic. When our duty personnel see students getting out of the vehicle from the left lane, we will stop traffic in the right lane allowing your student to cross safely. Please remind your student to check traffic before getting out of the vehicle. Parents, please continue to drive slowly and safely in the student drop-off area. We appreciate your attention to safety and patience every day.
Ninth Grade Students with Classes at CHS-Main:
My first period class is at CHS-Main, what do I do?
If you are a freshman and your FIRST period class is at CHS Main, you are to report to the Main campus in the morning. If you have questions about your bus route from home to the Main Campus, then please contact CISD transportation at 936-709-7940 or CHS9 at 936-709-4000. You will ride a shuttle bus from Main to CHS9 at the end of FIRST period.
My fifth period class is at CHS-Main, what do I do?
If you are a freshman and your FIFTH period class is at CHS Main, then you will ride a shuttle bus to Main. Shuttle buses will pick you up at the back of CHS9 at the end of fourth period. The shuttle bus will return you to CHS9 at the end of FIFTH period.
My last period class is at CHS-Main, what do I do?
If you are a freshman and your SEVENTH period class is at CHS Main, then you will ride a shuttle bus to Main at the end of sixth period. Your day will end at Main campus. You will need to go home from the Main campus by car or by bus. If you have questions about your bus route from the Main campus to home, then please contact CISD transportation at 936-709-7940 or CHS9 at 936-709-4000.
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