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March 25, 2022

A Note from Mrs. Mathe

We are so excited for this weekends carnival! Thank you to all that have donated and volunteered to make this event special for our community! See you all tomorrow at the Candyland Carnival!


As you stroll around the carnival, please take a look at our lost and found. There are more clothing items and accessories than ever before! Be sure to claim your child's lost items as all items will be donated at the end of the school year.


As a reminder, if you join our car line, we ask that you enter from the north or south bound lanes of Cochran's Crossing. We have observed many cars enter the Cochran's Green neighborhood and loop around to cut across the street to our line. This not only creates a safety issue for families in the neighborhood, it also creates frustration to the families that have been waiting in line as asked. Please do your part and keep our car line safe and orderly.


One last note on safety. This week a Montgomery County Sheriff stopped by with a concern about families, including students and parents, walking in the streets on the way home instead of using the sidewalks. This is not only a safety concern, it is a traffic violation, which a ticket could be issued. Please utilize the sidewalks when walking/biking/scootering to and from school. The safety of our community is paramount!

PAWS-itive Awards

Today we recognized students for achieving their goals in math, reading and for showing optimism. Congratulations to all of our award winners!!!


PAWS-itive Award Photos

Good Luck at State

Good luck this weekend to our 4th grade Destination Imagination team! They are 1 of 15 teams in all of Conroe ISD to compete in the state competition. We are so proud of you and are cheering you on from here!

First Lego League

Congratulations to our L.L. team that displayed their hard work today to their 2nd grade classes. They have worked hard all year and really shined as they explained how their cargo machines worked!

Pictured: Andreas Mumme, Lucas Bedoya, Thomas Arcenaux, and Luca Peraza

Upcoming Dates

March 25: Report Cards go home


March 26: Powell Carnival 2:00-6:00 pm


April 1: Spring picture day/ Kindergarten graduation pictures


April 4: 4th graders tour Mitchell and Collins


April 4-8: Book Fair


April 5: 2nd grade Family Folk Dance Night (book fair open late)


April 12: Collins and Mitchell Fine Arts visit 4th grade


April 13: 3rd grade field trip


April 14: 4th grade field trip


April 14: Kindergarten Egg Hunt 2:15 pm


April 15-18: No School


April 19: PTO Meeting 9:30 am

Save the date! The Spring Book Fair is Coming!

Did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.


Book Fair Dates: April 4-8

Shopping Hours:

8:30 am to 3:00 pm (April 4-7)

8:30 am to 1:00 pm (April 8)

Special Events: Family Night, April 5, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm


If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair. Our Online Fair is available from April 1-14.


****We need volunteers!****

Sign up to help and get a $5 gift certificate to the book fair!! http://tiny.conroeisd.net/EXBLk

PTO News

Candyland Carnival

We hope you can join us for the Spring Carnival! Saturday, March 26th from 2:00-6:00 pm. It is going to be a SWEET time!!
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Powell PTO News!

The 2022 Powell Candyland a carnival is Saturday, March 26, 2022 from 2:00-6:00 pm! Please be on the lookout for more information in the next few weeks!


Punch Cards go on sale Monday, March 7- March 20th for presale. Click here to purchase punch cards. After that punch cards will be available at the carnival. Our EARLY BIRD SPECIAL is to buy 5 cards, get 1 free - for $25 (cards are $5 each) - and the first 100 customers get a Powell drawstring sack pack!


Our Silent Auction will go LIVE on Friday, March 11. The Auction will be run through 32 Auctions website. Click here to preview posted auction items.


DONATIONS NEEDED: We are gearing up for a Candylicious time and need some help from our families by donating 2 liter sodas and movie theater size candy for our Ring Toss & Candy Walk. Please drop off your donations to the front office prior to March 25th! Thank you!


We appreciate your support as we provide a fun community outreach event to our school and neighborhoods!


POWELL PTO - Home

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Supporting our Feeder Schools

Attention Parents of 4th Graders

The following newsletters were sent out from Mitchell and Collins regarding some upcoming dates. Be sure to check them out!


Future Collins Cobras


Future Mitchell Mustangs

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EFTA VIRTUAL STUDENT JOB FAIR

Do you know a company that is looking to hire?

If so, please pass this information along!


Conroe ISD is partnering with Education for Tomorrow Alliance and Willis ISD to offer a Virtual Job Fair for local juniors and seniors. We are looking for businesses that would like to participate in this opportunity to share information with high school students and soon-to-be graduates seeking full-and part-time employment. The Virtual Job Fair will take place March 29 & 30 from 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM via Zoom.


Please click here to register your business!

District Information

Niche Review

Have you heard? Niche has rated Conroe ISD as the best school district in Montgomery County! Niche helps families find and enroll in the right school by providing in-depth profiles on every school in America. Help more families know how great Conroe ISD is by writing a review for the District and your child’s school.

Teachers Achieving Excellence

Do you want to recognize an AWESOME Powell teacher? If so, follow the steps below:


  1. Log in to Parent Access Center (PAC).
  2. Click on communication.
  3. Choose Staff/Teacher excellence from the drop down menu.
  4. Select the employee to receive recognition from the drop down menu.
  5. Click create TAE.
  6. Click any of the pre-populated choices that apply.
  7. Type any additional comments in the Additional Comment box.
  8. Click the box labeled Create Teachers Achieving Excellence button.
  9. Done!

Roadmap to Remaining Open

The most up to date information regarding the district's plan to remaining open through this pandemic can be found on the Roadmap to Remaining Open.

Prescreening for our Safety

Self-Prescreening: To ensure the health and safety of all students and staff, all individuals should conduct a self pre-screening daily for COVID-19 symptoms. Individuals waiting for COVID-19 test results due to symptoms or individuals currently experiencing any of the symptoms listed that are new and/or not normal for them, should stay home and consider seeking medical care and/or COVID-19 testing. Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 include:

  • fatigue
  • cough or shortness of breath
  • sore throat
  • congestion or runny nose
  • significant muscle pain or body aches
  • loss of taste or smell in the last 10 days
  • diarrhea, vomiting, or abdominal pain
  • feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0F
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Powell Student Handbook

Please view our Powell Student Handbook Addendum. The purpose of this handbook addendum is to inform you of important information regarding day to day life at Powell; however, at times it may be necessary to make a few changes during the school year. In this event, the addendum will be updated, and you will be notified via letter, email, or website. I want to encourage you to visit our school website at http://powell.conroeisd.net as important information and events will be posted there frequently. In fact, you may want to bookmark this address for easy access. The 2021-2022 Conroe Independent School District Student/Parent Handbook is available to you online here.
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Our Mission

Powell Elementary School is committed to creating an environment that promotes academic excellence, and a love for learning. Our goal is to build relationships that empower students, and develop responsible, patriotic citizens, and confident leaders.