The Woodlands High School

Highlander Happenings February 8 – February 20, 2021

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AP TESTING: THIS IS FOR SECOND SEMESTER CLASSES ONLY----For AP students in Spring ONLY semester classes, please make sure to sign into your account and enroll in your Spring AP class sections or exam only sections (you will be able to join after your first day of class in January). Your teacher will give you the join code, so be sure to check with them if needed. Forstudent's that do NOT already have a College Board account, you will need to go to College Board to create one. Please make sure you only have ONE account, and you must use your legal name when you register. After you have enrolled you will then register and pay for your Spring AP exam on the school webstore (this will open on Friday, January 8th) at The deadline is February 28, 2021.

For all other students enrolled in yearlong classes, you have already enrolled in your myapclassroom. If you are NOT planning to take your AP exam in the Spring, please notify Mrs. Spears via email. The FINAL deadline to register and pay for all AP exams is February 28, 2021. If any questions, you can ask your AP teacher or Mrs. Spears ( in grade level.

CAREER PREP: Career Prep for Rising Seniors 2021: Do you plan to work this summer and the next school year? Career Prep may be the course for you! Would you like to continue to keep your job, earn money/high school credit and have early release?

  • Seniors attend Career Prep class until 11:30 am daily
  • Receive 3 high school credits
  • Must have your own transportation
  • Average 15 hours work per week for the school year at a campus approved work-site
  • Opportunity to pursue industry certifications
  • Participation in Career and Technology Student Organizations
  • Opportunity to advance essential skillsets

If you have any questions, please email or visit Mrs. Hoover (room 204 or Contact your counselor for more details.

You can find Career Prep under Career Development, on the pink Course Information Sheet (bottom right side)


Attention Junior Parents only:

Last call for any Junior who wishes to take advantage of our SAT School day, scheduled for March 24, 2021. This will count as our Junior's one free test which is offered to each student by the state. We were able to extended our deadline to sign up through this weekend. Students can sign up for the test through their School Cash Online account. Please sign up right away if you wish to take advantage of this opportunity for your Junior. Counselors need to put in the order for tests to the College Board next week.

Upcoming Individual Student Conferences with their Counselors:

During the months of February, March, and April, all of our current 9th -11th grade students will meet one on one with their school counselor to finalize next year’s courses as well as their four year plans. During the conference, the student (or counselor) will text or email a screen shot of their course selections to their families at the conclusion of their conference. In addition, they will discuss other topics that are pertinent to each grade level. For instance, upcoming juniors will hear a lot about taking the SAT and ACT next year in the spring.

Pre-Registration for 2021-2022 will start with Blitz week, January 19 through January 29, 2021. During this time, all core teachers will give their advisements for their students. Parents and students will be able to see those advisements on their four year plan tab on Parent Access Center (PAC) and Student Access Center (SAC). In addition, elective teachers will also start to visit with students during this time about the various programs in their departments.

Step One for the Preregistration process is the paper course selection worksheet. Students in all grade levels will receive a paper course selection worksheet through English classes for 9th grade, Chemistry classes for 10th grade, and English 3 classes for 11th grade during the week of January 25 through January 29. On these worksheets, students will be able to see what the course choices are for their upcoming grade level. For example, seniors have more choices of electives than the incoming sophomores and juniors.

Step Two for the Preregistration process involves the use of a computer, phone, or tablet. The online registration window is open from January 25, 2021 through February 5, 2021. Students and parents will need to login to their Students Access Center (SAC) or their Parent Access Center (PAC) to complete the registration process online. The courses can be found under the 4 Yr Plan tab for each student. It is important to note that we will be using the courses in the 4 Yr Plan as the final course request. The student’s paper copy will only be used as a resource to aide parents and students in the course selection process. Therefore, please make sure the courses in SAC or PAC are correct by the course selection sheet deadline of February 5, 2021.

Step Three for the Preregistration process involves your student’s meeting with their individual counselors. At that meeting, counselors will finalize their course selections with their students and will have the students send a screen shot home via text message and/or email. We hope this process will aid families and students in the course selection process.

Dates for Verification Sheets to be distributed to check course selections in the computer:

1st Verification Sheet of Course Selections: Week of April 16, 2021

Final Day to make changes to Course Selections for the 2021-2022 Calendar Year: April 30, 2021

Updated GPA and Class Ranks: Seniors GPA and Class Rank has been updated. The GPA and class rank will cover their 7 semesters of high school. For honor rank at graduation, the third quarter mark will be used as their final spring semester grade in GPA calculation. This GPA and class rank will be released the second week in April.

Junior GPA and Class Rank will be run next. We hope to have it ready by February 26, 2021.

Sophomore GPA and Class Rank will be downloaded before we leave for spring break on March 11, 2021.


TWHS will offer the TSI exam and the ASVAB free of charge on Wednesday, March 24th for Seniors.

Seniors needing to take the TSI Exam for college registration or the ASVAB for military entrance can sign up in their School Cash Online account between February 1st and February 16th.


As campuses prepare for the start of the fourth grading period, we know that some families may be considering changing instructional platforms. If you would like to move your child from remote/online instruction to face-to-face instruction or vice versa, please contact your student's counselor by the end of the school day on Tuesday, February 16th. The fourth grading period begins on Monday, March 22, 2021.


As COVID cases continue to spike, we want to remind everyone to continue to be vigilant about wearing a mask that covers BOTH YOUR NOSE AND YOUR MOUTH while at school (unless eating or drinking), or anywhere else in public where you may be in close contact with others. Avoid touching your face, sanitize your hands frequently, stay home if you are having any symptoms, and avoid gatherings or riding in cars with people who you do not live with. We need everyone’s help to stop the spread of this virus, and ensure that our schools can stay open.

Parents, if someone in your household tests positive for COVID, please notify the school clinic as soon as possible at 936-709-1076 for the Senior Campus or at 832-592-8209 for the 9th Grade Campus, and email a copy of the positive test, if it is for one of our students, to for the Senior Campus or to for the 9th Grade Campus. Please also contact the clinic if your child has been identified as a close contact to someone who tests positive, so that we can review the quarantine guidelines with you. If your student is having symptoms and has a pending test, please keep them home until the test results are received.

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TENNIS: The following Highlanders placed at the recent Lone Star Challenge in Pearland/Alvin :

Emilio Lopez/Jose Perez-1st in BD at Lone Star Chellenge

Aidan Lee-2nd BS at Lone Star Challenge

Ella Arendes/Caroline Campbell-3rd at Lone Star Challenge

Rachel Sam--Consolation winner at Lone Star Challenge

The Freshmen swept 1st and 2nd in every division of the Madisonville JV tournament held Tuesday Feb 2nd.

Girls singles--Valeria Kolster -1st Claire Kennedy-2nd

Boys Singles-Esteban DiLoreto-1st Jackson Luneau-2nd

Girls Doubles-(soph)Kennedy Caswell/Suzan Jacobs-1st

Emma Kate Michaelis/Paige Fossler-2nd

Boys Doubles-Connor McGuirk/Eduardo Fajardo-1st

(soph) Vlad Froimson/Sullivan Hoffman-2nd

Mixed-Olivia Shaw/Luca Ferris-1st

-(Jr) Alejandra Gonzales/Leo Holloway-2nd

BOYS BASKETBALL: January 9th vs. Willis

On Saturday, January 9th, The Highlanders faced the Willis Wildkats on the road. The Wildkats came into the game winless in District play, and The Highlanders came out strong, jumping out to a 25-14 lead in the first quarter, a lead which grew to 42-20 by halftime. The beginning of the 2nd half was a struggle for The Highlanders as they missed every shot they took, scoring only a single point on a made free throw in the entire 3rd quarter. Going into the 4th quarter, The Highlanders lead had shrunk to 43-29. Fortunately, the lead held up as The Highlanders went on to win 56-45. The win improved The Highlanders record to 13-4 overall and 4-1 in District. Scoring for The Highlanders was as follows: Brock Luechtefeld-13, Shey Eberwein-13, Justin Sheldon-13, Kylan Williams-5, Hagen Byerly-5, David Omokwale-4, and Isaiah Brown-3. In other games, the JV won 48-47, the Sophomores won 41-33, the Freshman Green won 62-44, and the Freshman Red won 53-14.

January 13th vs. Oak Ridge

On Wednesday, January 13th, The Highlanders faced the Oak Ridge War Eagles at home. This would be the second time they played the War Eagles as they start through the 2nd round of District play. The Highlanders opened up with a 1st quarter lead of 17-13, and stretched the lead to 29-20 with less than 3 minutes to go in the half. But the Highlanders went cold again, and from late in the 2nd quarter until 5 minutes to go in the 3rd quarter, the War Eagles went on a 19-0 run, building a 10-point lead. Over the rest of the 3rd quarter and into the 4th quarter, The Highlanders were able to battle back, and with 4 minutes remaining, The Highlanders took the lead at 55-53. The teams battled back and forth over the next couple of minutes, and with 1:42 remaining to play, The Highlanders had the ball with a 59-59 tie score. Unfortunately, The Highlanders were unable to capitalize on their possession, and a missed bucket gave the ball back to the War Eagles. The War Eagles ran a screen play along the baseline, and a missed call on a moving screen that knocked David Omokwale to the ground, led to a wide-open look. The made bucket was the War Eagles’ 13th made three-pointer in the game and a gave them a 62-59 lead. The Highlanders were not able to close the gap the rest of the way and lost the game with a final score of 64-61, dropping their record to 13-5 overall and 4-2 in District. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Shey Eberwein-14, Brock Luechtefeld-10, Kylan Williams-10, Hagen Byerly-10, David Omokwole-8, Isaiah Brown-7, and Sam Suter-2. In other games, the JV won 44-30, the Sophomores won 63-25, the Freshman Green won 68-44, and the Freshman Red won 52-35.

January 16th vs. Grand Oaks

The Highlanders faced the Grand Oaks Grizzlies on Saturday, January 16th, in a noon game on the road. The Highlanders opened the game with better defensive intensity, holding Grand Oaks to 9 points in the 1st quarter and jumping out to a 15-9 lead. They stretched that lead to 29-21 by halftime, but lost some intensity in the 3rd quarter, leading to a 39-32 lead going into the 4th quarter. During the 4th, The Highlanders play picked up as the boys finished strong, stretching the lead to as many as 21 points late in the game. The 57-38 final score improved The Highlanders record to 14-5 overall and 5-2 in District play. The Highlanders had three players in double figures with scoring as follows: Brock Luechtefeld-12, Kylan Williams-11, Hagen Byerly-10, Shey Eberwein-8, Isaiah Brown-6, David Omokwale-3, Cade Moore-3, Justin Sheldon-3, and Sam Suter-1. In other games, the JV lost 50-65, the Sophomores lost 43-46, the Freshman Green lost 33-39, and the Freshman Red won 51-21.

January 20th vs. Conroe

On Wednesday, January 20th, The Highlanders faced the Conroe Tigers for the second time this season. The Tigers came in hoping to avenge a 3-point loss at home in their previous matchup. The first quarter belonged to Hagen Byerly, who scored 17 of The Highlanders 22 points, including 5 made three-pointers, giving The Highlanders a 22-9 lead. During the second quarter, the teams played even, and The Highlanders went into halftime with a 33-20 lead. The Highlanders opened the second half firing on all cylinders, and contributions from multiple players led to a 26-10 advantage in the quarter. The performance really put the game out of reach for the Tigers with The Highlanders leading 59-30 at the end of the 3rd quarter. Coach Reed rested the starters for most of the 4th quarter, and fan favorite Ben Burgess was able to connect on a three-pointer and a tough layup, both to thunderous applause from the home crowd. The 72-51 final score improved The Highlanders record to 15-5 overall and 6-2 in District play. Scoring for The Highlanders was as follows: Hagen Byerly-23, Shey Eberwein-11, Brock Luechtefeld-11, Kylan Williams-6, Cade Moore-6, Ben Burgess-5, Isaiah Brown-4, Chase Edwards-4, and David Omokwale-2. In other games, the JV won 40-27, the Sophomores won 54-39, the Freshman Green won 57-30, and the Freshman Red won 39-36.

January 23rd vs. College Park

On Saturday, January 23rd, The Highlanders faced the College Park Cavaliers on the road in a rematch of their January 6th loss to the Cavaliers. This game started out much differently as The Highlanders defense held the high-powered Cavaliers offense in check for much of the game. The Highlanders got the tip, and on their first possession, a great lob pass by Hagen Byerly led to a reverse by Brock Luechtefeld and got The Highlanders on the board first. But scoring would be hard to come by after that as the Cavaliers ended the 1st quarter with a 13-8 advantage. The Highlanders outplayed the Cavaliers by just a bit in the 2nd quarter, and by halftime the lead was down to three points at 24-21. Unfortunately, a 10-0 run by the Cavaliers to open the second half put The Highlanders in a hole they would never climb out of. The third quarter ended 45-30, and The Highlanders ended up falling to the Cavaliers 56-40. The loss dropped The Highlanders record to 15-6 overall and 6-3 in District. Kylan Williams played a very solid game and was the only Highlander in double figures. Soring was as follows: Kylan Williams-11, Shey Eberwein-9, David Omokwale-6, Brock Luechtefeld-5, Hagen Byerly-5, and Isaiah Brown-4. In other games, the JV lost 47-58, the Sophomores won 47-38, the Freshman Green lost 49-62, and the Freshman Red won 52-7.

January 26th vs. Willis

On Tuesday, January 26th, The Highlanders were at home, facing the Willis Wildkats for their second matchup during district play. Coming off the tough loss to College Park, The Highlanders got to work against a Wildkat team that had yet to win a game in district play. The Highlanders finished the 1st quarter with a respectable 17-7 lead. Then, during the 2nd quarter, The Highlanders outscored the Wildkats by an astounding 33-2. Kylan Williams again turned in a solid performance with 16 points in the first half. Unlike their previous matchup, The Highlanders never let the Wildkats back in the game as they cruised to a 76-42 win, sitting the starters for much of the 2nd half. The win raised The Highlanders record to 16-6 overall and 7-3 in District. With four players in double figures, scoring for The Highlanders was: Kylan Williams-16, Isaiah Brown-13, Shey Eberwein-12, Brock Luechtefeld-10, Justin Sheldon-8, Hagen Byerly-5, Cade Moore-5, Sam Suter-4, and Chase Edwards-3. In other games, the JV won 40-25, the Sophomores won 51-25, the Freshman Green won 56-37, and the Freshman Red won 64-12.

January 29th vs. Oak Ridge

On Friday, January 29th, The Highlanders went on the road to face the Oak Ridge War Eagles. The Highlanders and War Eagles split their first two matchups this year with The Highlanders winning the first game 72-58, and the War Eagles winning the second matchup 64-61. During the opening couple of minutes of the 1st quarter, it looked like it might be a battle again as the score was knotted at 2-2 with just under 6 minutes to play. But then then the flood gates opened on offense, and the defense shut down the War Eagles. The Highlanders finished the quarter on a 15-0 run, with 8 points, including two made three-pointers, by junior Justin Sheldon, leading to a 17-2 advantage. The second quarter was more evenly played, but The Highlanders maintained a healthy lead going into halftime up 28-11. During the 3rd quarter, The Highlanders put on a clinic, outscoring the War Eagles 29-9, and opening up a 57-20 lead with 7 players scoring during the frame. Coach Reed substituted freely after that, resting the starters for much of the fourth quarter, and The Highlanders went on to win by a final score of 81-41. The win improved The Highlanders record to 17-6 overall and 8-3 in District. The win also means The Highlanders have clinched a spot in the post-season playoffs for the 16th straight year. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Justin Sheldon-18, Brock Luechtefeld-16, Kylan Williams-12, Shey Eberwein-8, Isaiah Brown-8, Cade Moore-7, Hagen Byerly-6, David Omokwole-2, Ben Burgess-2, and Chase Edwards-2. In other games, the JV won 63-44, the Sophomores won 44-22, the Freshman Green won 62-22, and the Freshman Red won in OT 49-46.

February 2nd vs. Grand Oaks

On Tuesday, February 2nd, The Highlanders had a home district game against the Grand Oaks Grizzlies. The Highlanders had already won the previous two matchups, but a win would potentially help secure the number 2 seed in district, even with 3 games left to play. The game was never in doubt as The Highlanders started quickly, jumping out to a 19-6 lead after the first quarter. The Grizzlies had no answer for The Highlanders size, with Kylan Williams scoring 8 points and Brock Luechtefeld scoring 6 points in the opening frame. The second quarter was more of the same and The Highlanders held a 38-18 lead with Kylan Williams and Brock Luechtefeld each scoring 14 points by halftime. Scoring was even in the third quarter, and after an acrobatic bucket by David Omokwale to close out the period, The Highlanders held a 53-33 lead. During the fourth quarter, The Highlanders expanded the lead to 28 on a three-pointer by Isaiah Brown with 4:03 to play, leading Coach Reed to substitute for the entire lineup. The Highlanders went on to win by a final score of 69-46. The win improved The Highlanders record to 18-6 overall and 9-3 in District, securing the overall 2nd seed in district play. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Kylan Williams-22, Brock Luechtefeld-19, Justin Sheldon-10, Shey Eberwein-6, Isaiah Brown-5, David Omokwole-4, and Ben Burgess-3. In other games, the JV lost 26-39, the Sophomores won 51-26, the Freshman Green won 36-31, and the Freshman Red won 69-26.

Highlanders next game is Friday night at Conroe 7pm. Then their final home game of the season Tuesday February 9th against College Park.

LADY HIGHLANDER BASKETBALL: Wow! What a season! The Freshmen Lady Highlanders worked tirelessly throughout the season with one goal in mind. . . District Champs. With so many unknowns, unexpected interruptions, cancellations, illness, quarantines, and the overall experience of playing through a pandemic, there was much to worry and complain about. Instead, the lady highlanders, used every road block as a stepping stone to get better, and never made excuses. The freshmen finished with a record of 18-3 (9-1 District) and accomplished their goal of becoming District Champions. The future is bright with this group of highlanders. Great job ladies, we're very proud of you! Coach Dillon and Coach Harvey

As the 2020-2021 season has come to an end, the Lady Highlander JV team is truly grateful for every opportunity they were given to participate in the game they love. Despite all the obstacles thrown their way this season, these ladies found a way to prevail. Numerous hard-fought battles, some games going down to the very last possession, and even one requiring overtime, the Lady Highlanders fought their way to victory almost every night. They finished the season with an overall record of 17-5 and a district record of 7-3, landing them 2nd place in district standings! The Lady Highlander JV team had a strong front lead by Ashley Soucek, Piper Findlay, Jackie Burke, Payton Findlay, and Ashleigh Dixon. They also added some of the most impactful players like Teyha Rubio, Brooke Hochstein, Gianna Henry, Chaniyah Hill, Madelyn Lipe, Daniela Llamosa, Alina Virani, and Ximena Gonzaga. Great Season Ladies! Thank you for all your hard work and the amazing teamwork you displayed daily. Can't wait to see you back on the hardwood next season.....until then, back to the lab we go! Time to get even better!

The Lady Highlander Varsity was so happy to be able to suit up and play through a basketball season during this crazy time of Covid. While our goal coming in was to make our way back into the playoffs this year, we weren't able to quite get there but you can't say these girls didn't battle and fight every night. The Varsity had a small roster this year with 9 awesome young ladies and 2 amazing managers. The team was led by 3 awesome seniors on the court and 2 on the stats! Anna-Claire Biggerstaff and Sowmya Swaminathan both had a great season. Leading the Lady Highlanders in not just scoring many nights, but always in their hard work and determination. Unfortunately we lost Sophia Weisbrod mid season to a knee injury, but she had a great start to the year and continued to be our Lady Highlander voice on the sidelines. Chloe Jones and Rhegan Barth were the 2 all-star managers on the sideline and the biggest Lady Highlander cheerleaders out there! The Varsity also had some big contributions from juniors Alejandra Merodio, Anna Orr, Laura Haas, Mykah Mustiful, and Astha Chitlangia. And last but not least our one lone sophomore Brianna Dickson also did a great job this year. The girls that will be returning next season all got some great experience this year on the court, and I look forward to seeing them use that and grow as a team moving into next season. This team was such a great group and the seniors will definitely be missed next year, but we wish them the best in the future!! Go Highlanders!


FRENCH CLUB: French Club will be hosting our Valentine's Meet Your Match Mixer. Students can scan the QR code from the posters in the hall, fill out the form, and then purchase their results for $3.00. They can then come to meet the person they're matched with at our after-school mixer in the cafeteria. All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to a teacher appreciation event later in the year. 💕

SCUBA CLUB: Thank you to our President Rachel Williams for her presentation on advanced dive certifications at our February meeting! Our next meeting will be Monday, March 1st, at 3pm in the Senior Campus LGI. We plan to feature a (pre-recorded) interview with TWHS alumna Taylor Shortt, recently-certified diver who is preparing to graduate Texas A&M—Corpus Christi with a degree in Marine Biology. If you’re interested in that college/career path you don’t want to miss it! You do NOT have to be scuba certified to attend our meetings, plus every meeting you attend gets your name in a drawing for some nice prizes at our May meeting! Snacks will be provided!

FBLA: We will have a social on Monday, February 8, 2021, at 6:00 pm at Chipotle.

UIL Accounting: We have started prep for UIL Accounting. If anyone who has had Accounting I and is interested in participating, please contact Mrs. Filer at


ART NEWS: We are pleased to announce our award winner from the 2020-2021 Scholastic Art & Writing Competition: senior Sarah Helgerud received the Gold Key award for her painting, With Friends and Family, and an Honorable Mention for her portfolio, Investigating Human Touch. Students who receive a Gold or Silver Key are eligible to apply for the Scholastic Awards Summer Scholarship Program for an opportunity to attend summer art programs on a full-tuition scholarship. For more information about this program, please refer to the Scholastic Art & Writing website or email Dr. Lucas.

Congratulations to our Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art contest finalists and award winners. Our finalists included junior Sera Albers, freshman Josephine Domitrovic, sophomore Sophia Gonzalez, freshman Jordyn Phillips, freshman Armin Rabbani, and freshman Stefania Van Schermbeek. Several finalists were recognized with awards including freshman Amelia Godwin, who received a Special Merit for her colored drawing, A Splash in the Sun; senior Alexandra Costeira, who received a Gold Medal in the 3D category for her plasticine sculpture, The Duality of Nature; sophomore Paul Zeyer, who received a Gold Medal in the 2D category for his colored drawing, Zeyer Farm; sophomore Natalie Sorber, who received Best of Show in the 3D category for her plasticine sculpture, Watchdog; and senior Megan Hernadi, who received Best of Show in the 2D category for her colored drawing, A New Pasture. These award-winning artworks are currently being considered for inclusion in the HLSR School Art Auction. We are very proud of the efforts of these student-artists from TWHS who participated in the HLSR School Art program this year.

TWHS BAND: TWHS Band sent 22 of its Freshmen members to audition for placement in the Region IX Freshmen Band and came away with 11 musicians earning distinction in the ensemble. These students have been preparing this music since the end of July and competed against hundreds of other freshmen players from across the North Houston area.

Please join us in congratulating the following students for their well-earned musical accomplishments:

Paige Beach - flute

Sarah Kozlowsky - clarinet (1st chair)

Charlotte Juneau - clarinet

Emily Lord - clarinet

Gabriel Arias - bass clarinet

Travis Good - trumpet

Harrison Griffith - horn (1st chair)

Vincent Verdugo - trombone (1st chair)

MJ Berry - trombone (1st chair)

Caleb Batista - euphonium

Jaxon Clough - percussion (1st chair)


ORCHESTRA NEWS: TWHS Orchestra will present our virtual Valentine's Day Concert on Sunday February 14th at 7 PM. The link to the concert will be on our website, and social media. We hope you will join us. Check out our website at for more information.

TWHS THEATER: If you would like to audition/interview for our upper-level classes, see information below. There are no prerequisites since these are director approval.

  • Musical Theater 1

Love singing, dancing, and acting? Join Musical Theater 1 as we work our way through the decades performing solos, duet, and group numbers from each. Auditions will be Wednesday February 17 at 3 pm in Rm. 145. Go to for audition info and audition sign up.

  • Theater 3/4 and Productions

Do you want to learn upper level acting techniques and directing skills? Are you interested in becoming a leader in our theater department? Auditions and Interviews will be on March 16 at 3 pm in Rm. 145. Go to for information and sign ups.

DRONE EXPO: Our TWHS Air Force JROTC Aerospace Team will host our Fifth Annual Drone Expo on Saturday, February 6th, from 1-3pm in the Senior Campus main gym. This free event is open to EVERYONE from all high schools and feeders in our district. EVERYONE who attends gets a ticket for our raffle drawings with over $500 in prizes! We will adhere to district COVID protocols on mask wearing and social distancing. There will be a variety of competition categories (with more nice prizes!) as well as demonstrations and exhibits to learn about aviation (manned and unmanned) as a profession, sport, and hobby. You do not have to be in JROTC to attend or compete—please contact Lt Col McMartin at if you’d like to sign up to compete. You must provide your own drone and associated equipment.

JROTC: Congratulations to our Junior ROTC teams who competed in the Oak Ridge Meet on January 23rd. For Drill Team, our Varsity Color Guard placed 1st, JV Color Guard placed 3rd, Armed Regulation placed 1st, Armed Exhibition placed 3rd, and Unarmed Exhibition placed 1st. For Marksmanship, Varsity placed 1st and JV placed 2nd! Individuals placing in the Sporter category were sophomore Paul Zeyer who placed 1st, senior Mady Howard who placed 2nd, and junior Isabella Griffo who placed 3rd. Junior Gianna Cutillo placed 2nd in the Precision category. Our Academic Team placed first. The Woodlands was Overall Grand Champion for the meet! Congratulations to all cadets who participated in the competitions! It’s a great day to be a Woodlands AFJROTC cadet!

The Marksmanship Teams also competed in a nationwide competition hosted by McMichael High School, where Varsity placed 4th place and JV placed 8th!

Our next Booster Club Meeting is Tuesday, February 9th, at 7pm via Zoom. Consult our newsletter at for login details. Hope to see you all there!

LIBRARY: Buy your Library Print Cards on the web store for $2.00. You can purchase them online and bring a copy of the receipt to the library in exchange for your print card. Thank you!

Please help get overdue library books returned to the library. Overdue email notices will go out next week.

SENIOR DUES: Seniors--you can now go onto the TWHS Webstore 5 at to pay for your seniors dues. Seniors dues help pay for prom, graduation, and the senior picnic. If any questions, please contact Mr. Klapesky in grade level.

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PTO Spirit Wear

We are continuing our Winter sale of Buy One Get On 1/2 off. Look for our red and green Comfort Color short sleeve shirts for the sale.
Along with the BOGO1/2 sale, we have marked down a few spirit wear items that will be discontinued in the near future.

Faulty members of TWHS and Feeder Schools.: You now get a discount on regularly priced items! Please email me from your CISD account to obtain the code and discount.

Thank you for your support!

MEMBERSHIP: TWHS PTO Membership is open! This year TWHS PTO plans to use the majority of the Membership Drive funds to help our

Main and 9th Grade Campus with PPE to keep our schools open and our Staff and Students healthy.
Please JOIN the TWHS PTO at the $20 level or more if you are able.

STAFF APPRECIATION: The PTO is supporting faculty and staff with Snack Stations in break-rooms at the Main and 9th Grade campuses. Thank you to all the parents who have contributed. Faculty and staff appreciate your ongoing support! If you would like to receive further details and/or be included on the staff appreciation mailing list, please email us at or go to our website to join the PTO Staff Appreciation Committee.


STATE AND FEDERAL ACCOUNTABILITY REPORTS: The 2019-2020 Federal and School Report Cards for The Woodlands High School have been added to our website. These reports can be found by clicking on:

From the TWHS or TWHS-9 website:

"Our School/Campus"

· Click “View School Profile"

· Select “Accountability Reports”

· Click “2019-2020”

· Select "Federal Report Card " or "School Report Card"

ATTENDANCE: If your student needs to leave campus during the school day for any reason, please send them to school with a note stating the time they need to leave. Students should turn in their notes to the attendance office upon arrival at school, during their lunch period, or between classes. At that time, the attendance office staff will give them a Permit to Leave pass to present to their teacher at the appointed time. Students are always required to check out through the attendance office before leaving campus. Students may not leave campus without signing out. There will be consequences such as loss of parking or after school detention. As always, individuals picking up a student must show a picture ID. Thank you for helping your students stay safe and accounted for during the school day.

FRONT OFFICE ATTENDANCE: Virtual Students will continue to complete the Daily Attendance assignment for each class according to the RED/GREEN Calendar.

Absences will accrue and all attendance policies will be in effect for all students. Students must be in attendance at least 90% of the time that classes are in session.

To report an absence, please call:

9th Grade (832) 592-8025

10th Grade (936) 709-1233

11th Grade (936) 709-1234

12th Grade (936) 709-1236

A full explanation of policies concerning attendance can be found in the TWHS Student/Parent handbook. The Attendance Office staff will happily answer any questions and assist you with any attendance related concerns. Feel free to call the numbers above at any time. You may leave a message if you call outside of the 7:00 to 3:00 office hours.


Conroe ISD utilizes the School Messenger program to communicate to parents and guardians using email, phone and text messages. Parents and guardians must OPT-IN to receive text messages. If you would like to receive SMS (text message) notifications on your mobile device, please text "Y" to 67587.

Failure to opt-in could result in not receiving timely or emergency text messages from Conroe ISD or The Woodlands High School. For more information, please visit

If you need to update your child's school record with new or additional parent/guardian contact information, please contact the respective campus registrar:

TWHS Main Campus - Greta Champion -

TWHS 9th Grade Campus - Carolyn Czubinski -


Conroe ISD will have a Technology Help Desk to assist teachers, students, parents, and guardians with Canvas, Seesaw, Parent Access, or Student Access. The Help Desk is available weekdays beginning Monday, August 10, from 7:30 AM until 9:00 PM. You may reach the Help Desk by emailing or calling 936-709-7658. Canvas users can also click the 'Help' button prior to logging in for assistance.

NUTRITION: Students must have an ID or a copy/image of their meal card to purchase a breakfast/lunch. The meal card can be obtained from Student Access on the homepage. For students on the 9th grade campus, every student is provided one free student ID. Replacement IDs can be purchased on the TWHS Webstore for $6. After purchase, students should bring their receipt to the school to receive their replacement ID.

Free breakfasts and lunches for all students continue through the extension of the Federal Government National Seamless Summer Program. This program is scheduled to run through the end of December or when Federal money runs out

The Woodlands High School Calendar

February 8, 2021 – February 20, 2021

Monday, February 8, 2021

Choir Meeting 2:45 LGI

Sub Varsity Baseball vs Klein Oak 4:00/6:00 Scotland Yard

Varsity Baseball @ Klein Oak 4:00 Klein Oak High School

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 226

Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria

Interact Meeting 7:00 Cafeteria

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Softball vs Kingwood 4:30/6:00 TWHS

Boys Basketball vs College Park 5:30/7:00 TWHS

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302

Boys Soccer vs Oak Ridge 5:45/7:30 Woodforest Bank Stadium

Girls Soccer @ Oak Ridge 5:45/7:30 Oak Ridge High School

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

UNICEF Meeting 6:30am LGI

JV Tennis Tournament @ TWHS

Model United Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI

Thursday, February 11, 2021

FCA Meeting 6:30am LGI

Freshman/JV Track Meet 4:00 TWHS

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302

Friday, February 12, 2021

Student Holiday

JV Tennis @ Madisonville

Boys Basketball @ Willis 5:30/7:00 Willis High School

JV Baseball @ Langham Creek 4:00 Langham Creek High School

Sophomore Baseball vs Langham Creek 4:00 Scotland Yard

Boys Soccer @ Kingwood 5:45/7:30 Kingwood High School

Saturday, February 13, 2021

Softball Bellaire Scrimmages @ Lovett Elementary School

Varsity Track Meet 9:00 @ Klein High School

Varsity Baseball vs Langham Creek 11:00 Scotland Yard

Sunday, February 14, 2021

Monday, February 15, 2021

Student Holiday

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Varsity Baseball Red & Green 4:00 Scotland Yard

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

UNICEF Meeting 6:30 LGI

Model Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI

Thursday, February 18, 2021

FCA Meeting 6:30am LGI

JV Baseball Tournament @ Klein High School

Softball NFCA Classic @ Bryan/College Station

Freshman/JV Track Meet @ Kingwood 4:00 Kingwood High School

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302

Friday, February 19, 2021

Science NHS 6:30am LGI

Girls Swimming State Championship @ San Antonio

Softball NFCA Classic Bryan/College Station

JV Softball Tournament @ TWHS

Varsity Tennis vs Baton Rouge Catholic 1:30 TWHS

JV Girls Soccer @ Atascocita 4:20 Atascocita High School

Boys Basketball @ Conroe 5:30/7:00 Conroe High School

Boys Soccer @ Grand Oaks 5:45/7:00 Grand Oaks High School

Girls Soccer vs Grand Oaks 5:45/7:00 TWHS

Saturday, February 20, 2021

Power Lifting Meet @ TWHS

Softball NFCA Classic @ Bryan/College Station

JV Softball Tournament @ TWHS

Varsity Track Meet @ Strake Jesuit

Baseball Sub-Varsity @ Cy-Ranch 11:30 Cypress High School

Varsity Baseball vs Cy-Ranch 11:00 Scotland Yard

The Woodlands High School

The Conroe Independent School District (District) is an equal opportunity educational provider and employer and 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 Active 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, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7752.