The Woodlands High School

Highlander Happenings November 25 – December 7, 2019

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ENGLISH & ALGEBRA STAAR EOC BOOT CAMP FOR RE-TESTERS: TWHS will be offering an English and Algebra STAAR End of Course (EOC) Boot Camp for students that did not meet the passing standard last school year and will re-test the EOC in December. Students must reach the 'Approaches Grade Level', 'Meets Grade Level', or 'Masters Grade Level' on their STAAR End of Course (EOC) Exams. If your student did not reach the target score on one or more of these exams (English I, English II, or Algebra I), please consider registering them for the boot camp. The final session is Dec 7, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to noon on the senior campus.

If you have any questions please contact your student's Counselor or Debbie Shepard, Assistant Principal ( Register your student here:


It is not too late to purchase AP exams for Fall Semester and Exam Only courses. At this time there is a $40 late fee assessed by College Board. The cost of each is exam is $100 + $40 late fee. The free and reduced price is $25 per exam + $40 late fee (students must be registered in the Federal Free or Reduced Program to qualify for the reduced price).

Exam registration is a two part process. Students must enroll in the appropriate classes online at and pay for their exam(s) through the TWHS Web Store. All purchases must be made through the Web Store. Join codes for Fall Semester and Exam Only courses in will now be provided by Mrs. Shepard, Assistant Principal, in the Grade Level Office.

*Students enrolled in Spring Semester classes such as AP Psychology, AP US Government, AP Economics, and AP Human Geography on the Senior campus will pay and register online in the spring without penalty.

TWHS MIDTERM EXAM SCHEDULE – The Woodlands High School will have midterm exams on Monday, December 16, through Thursday, December 19, 2019. Monday, December 16, will be a full day of instruction with the school day ending at 2:35 pm. Tuesday, December 18, through Thursday, December 19, will be half days with school ending at 11:20 am each day. The Woodlands High School has a policy of no early mid-term or final exams. Students who are absent during the scheduled exam time can make up their mid-term exam when they return to school in January. See below for the midterm exam schedule:

Monday, December 16 Red Day Midterms

Period 1 Review 7:20-8:15

Period 2 Midterm 8:22-10:21

Period 3 Review 10:28-12:29

A Lunch 10:28-10:53

B Lunch 10:58-11:25

C Lunch 11:30-11:57

D Lunch 12:02-12:29

Period 4 Midterm 12:36-2:35

Tuesday, December 17 Green Day Midterms

Period 5 7:20-9:17

Class Change 9:17-9:24

Period 6 9:24-11:20

Wednesday, December 18 Red Day Midterms

Period 1 7:20-9:17

Class Change 9:17-9:24

Period 3 9:24-11:20

Thursday, December 19 Green Day Midterms

Period 7 7:20-9:17

Class Change 9:17-9:24

Period 8 9:24-11:20


9th Grade Monday, December 16 Red Day Midterms

Period 1 Review 7:20-8:15

Period 2 Midterm 8:22-10:21

Period 3 Review 10:28-12:29

A Lunch 10:28-10:53

B Lunch 11:16-11:43

C Lunch 12:02-12:29

Period 4 Midterm 12:36-2:35

Tuesday, December 17 Green Day Midterms

Period 5 7:20-9:17

Class Change 9:17-9:24

Period 6 9:24-11:20

Wednesday, December 18 Red Day Midterms

Period 1 7:20-9:17

Class Change 9:17-9:24

Period 3 9:24-11:20

Thursday, December 19 Green Day Midterms

Period 7 7:20-9:17

Class Change 9:17-9:24

Period 8 9:24-11:20


students in the Fall semester that may be exempt from final exams for half-credit courses which have a final exam, not a midterm. Students must maintain a 90-100 class average for the semester (18-weeks) and have no more than 3 absences for the semester or have an 85-89 class average for the semester (18- weeks) with no more than 2 absences for the semester. In addition, the following criteria apply as well:

1. Seniors must meet the criteria listed above and the discipline requirement listed below. Seniors may be exempt from all their final exams both in the Fall and Spring semesters. Seniors may not be exempt from midterm exams in the Fall semester.

2. Underclassmen are not eligible for exemptions from final exams or midterms in the Fall


3. Absences include all days missed: Excused and Unexcused. Pre-approved absences, funerals, DOC’s, and hospital stays count against exemptions. School field trips, athletic events, UIL events, HCPs (health care provider - student attended school part of the day), PREs (present), GLOs (grade level office), ECLs (election clerk), CTZs (citizenship), NATs (naturalization), CVs (up to two College Visits) and religious holidays are not considered absences.

4. A student granted a final exam exemption must still attend that class during the final exam period and must be present the entire duration of the final exam period to be considered exempt. Students who check out early during a final exam will forfeit the exemption and will receive a grade of Incomplete for the exam. Failure to attend will result in a zero or an incomplete for that course.

5. Any student that has served SAC, DAEP, or OSS while enrolled in a course during the semester of the final exam is not eligible for a final exam exemption for that course.

6. To ensure that all students have the opportunity to complete their exams in a distraction-free environment, the attendance office will not be doing early checkouts during exam periods. Parents and students should plan accordingly so that students remain in their exam period the entire duration of the exam period (both mid-term and final exams).


BOYS BASKETBALL: November 15th vs. Alief Elsik

The Highlander basketball team had their first game at home on Friday, November 15th against the Alief Elsik Mighty Rams. The game was tight with The Highlanders leading most of the way. At the end of the 3rd quarter, the Highlanders stretched their lead to 11 with a three-pointer at the buzzer by senior Andres Pallares. The Mighty Rams were able to battle back and tie it at 41 midway through the 4th quarter. After that, The Highlanders regrouped, taking the lead the rest of the way and holding on to win 58-51 thanks to some clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch by senior Tyler Hveem. Scoring for the Highlanders was Brock Luechtefeld-17, Tyler Hveem-8, Andres Pallares-7, Peyton Mattingly-7, Will Goin-6, Cole Himmer-4, Zach Bernu-3, David Omokwale-3, and Kylan Williams-3. In the other games, the JV won 63-25, the Sophomores won 64-24, Freshman Green won 34-32, and the Freshman Red won 53-23. Go Highlanders!!

November 16th vs. Eisenhower

On Saturday, November 16th, The Highlander basketball team went on the road to face a tough Eisenhower Eagles team that eliminated The Highlanders from the playoffs last year. The Highlanders jumped out to an early lead and finished the 1st quarter leading 12-10. The 2nd quarter was a different story as the Eagles got hot, and The Highlander offense went cold, allowing the Eagles to go into halftime with a 10-point lead. The Highlanders battled back in the 2nd half with strong team play and good defense, and were within 1 point with 30-seconds to go in the game. After a made free throw by the Eagles, the Highlanders had the ball down 2 with less than 10 seconds remaining on the clock. They were able to get off a good look at a 3-pointer, but unfortunately could not get it to drop and lost the game 49-47. Scoring for the Highlanders was Brock Luechtefeld-16, Cole Himmer-11, Tyler Hveem-9, Peyton Mattingly-6, David Omokwale-2, Will Goin-2, and Andres Pallares-2. In the other games, the JV won 57-54, the Sophomores won 42-19, Freshman Green lost 40-56, and the Freshman Red lost 26-68. Go Highlanders!!

November 19th vs. Spring Dekaney

On Tuesday, November 19th, The Highlander basketball team returned home to face the Spring Dekaney Wildcats. The Wildcats were coming off of an impressive 19 point victory over Cypress Lakes. The Highlanders started off strong to get an early lead, but the Wildcats were never far behind. The first half ended with The Highlanders up 35-31 thanks to 11 first-half points by senior Will Goin. The second half featured more of the same with the two teams battling the entire way. Late in the 3rd quarter, The Highlanders stretched their lead to 7 points, but the Wildcats began to force some turnovers with their full-court press, eventually taking the lead late in the 4thquarter. Then with 1:17 remaining in the game senior Peyton Mattingly hit a clutch 3-pointer to put The Highlanders back up by one at 64-63. With some free throws in the final minute by Brock Luechtefeld and Peyton Mattingly, The Highlanders hung on to win 67-63. Scoring for the Highlanders was Brock Luechtefeld-15, Will Goin-14, Peyton Mattingly-13, Tyler Hveem-10, Cole Himmer-8, Zach Bernu-3, David Omokwale-2, and Kylan Williams-2. In the other games, the JV won 48-40, the Sophomores lost 20-36, the Freshman Green won 48-38, and the Freshman Red lost 24-38. Go Highlanders!!

Next games are Friday November 22nd at home against Clements. Then on Monday and Tuesday the 25th & 26th we host our Thanksgiving Tournament. For more information please go to our website at under schedule and tournaments.

LADY HIGHLANDER BASKETBALL: Lady Highlander basketball season is off and running. The 9th Red and Green teams competed in the CISD 9th tournament this past weekend. Both teams made it to Saturday's third round of the tournament and the 9th Red came home with the Championship.

As the 2019-2020 season kicks off the JV Lady Highlanders are currently 2-3 in non-district play. With an opportunity to gain one more win before district begins, the Lady Highlanders will face Memorial High School during the Thanksgiving Break.

The Varsity team has had to face some tough opponents to kick off this season, but it will only make them better as they enter district play after this Thanksgiving break! They will be competing in their first tournament of the season this weekend in San Marcos, and they are looking to do some great things while they are there. Wish them luck and Go Highlanders!!! Our first district game is just around the corner on Tuesday, Dec. 3rd at Oak Ridge! Plan a trip across I-45 and come cheer on your Lady Highlanders!!!

SWIM AND DIVE: The Woodlands swim team is competing against 44 teams this Friday in the area TISCA meet at the Conroe Natatorium. Prelims for the meet begin at 9 AM with finals starting at 5 PM. Come out and support your Highlanders in this exciting meet! The next meet will be the Kingwood JV meet December 3rd at kingwood high school at 5:30 PM.

HIGHLANDER SOFTBALL: Ever dream of hitting a home run under the lights with the crowd going wild? Want to practice hitting the long ball for Slugfest? Want to release some stress from studying? Want to challenge your friends? Want to help local kids in the process? Come out to the Holiday Home Run Derby on Wednesday, December 4th from 4-8pm at Highlander Field behind the high school benefitting the CASA Christmas Toy Drive sponsored by TWHS Softball. The entry fee is $10 for each turn in Round 1. You may purchase unlimited turns until 7:00 and you can come and go until then. The top 5 contestants will advance to Round 2. See the fliers around campus and

BOYS SOCCER: Boys soccer tryouts will be Dec. 2-4, from 3 pm - 4:30 pm on the Senior Campus practice fields. All players interested in trying out need to sign up in the coaches office on the Senior campus, or in Coach Williams class room on the Freshman campus. All players will need to have a completed physical on file in order to participate. Parents can find the paper work at


Angel Tree:

The counseling department would like to ask families in need to contact their child’s counselor. We would like to be your point of contact so that we can aide in distributing donations from the community to our families. Donations will be disbursed from December 16th through December 19th.

If you would like to donate to families within our feeder zone in need, please contact Stacey Moseley, Lead Counselor, at Our campus PTO will be emailing everyone about the procedures for collecting donations this holiday season. The times for collection will be from December 2nd through December 13th. The counseling department hopes everyone has a relaxing and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday!

COLLEGE AND CARREER CENTER: The ASVAB will be administered to interested juniors and seniors on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 8:00 AM. Interested students should sign up using the Google form that was sent out through Naviance and email. A reminder will be sent out on Monday, Dec. 2nd to those students that will be testing as well as to teachers.

The CCC and counseling offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving break. No transcripts or recommendation letters will be sent out after Friday, Nov. 22nd at 3:00 PM until we return to work on Monday, Dec. 2nd - No Exceptions.


INTERACT: TWHS Interact has been very busy with the start of the holiday season! We have helped at several of the village fall festivals, and recently Interact volunteers went to Mitchell to distribute cookie dough from the school’s holiday fundraiser. Our next meeting will be Monday, December 2nd at 7:00 in the cafeteria - come see what Interact is all about!

FBLA: Competitive Events Practice for the next two weeks: Dec 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 11, & 12. On-line and Skills Events will be done after school from Dec. 9-13. Our Holiday Party will be on Dec. 4, at 6:30 pm at Lars' House. Mrs. Filer will send details through Remind, or you can come see her.

NATIONAL SOCIAL STUDIES HONOR SOCIETY: The National Honor Society (Rho Kappa) is having a fantastic year so far. If your student is a part of Rho Kappa and needs to be entered into our remind, the code for juniors is @rkjunior2019 and for seniors it is @rkseniors. The December meeting is December 3rd at 2:45 in the LGI. Please check the newsletter following the meeting for point opportunities in December and information about the holiday paryt on December 10th in the cafeteria at 6 PM. We will be donating to Toys for Tots and other point opportunities are available.

MEET IN THE MIDDLE: Meet in the Middle Club will have its next meeting on Monday, December 9, from 2:45-3:30pm in room 107.

We will have a Christmas theme - send a $5-10 gift. We will play a game to distribute the presents!

We meet the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month unless there is a school holiday. The purpose of our club is to bring together students of differing intellectual abilities for fun and fellowship. We support our Special Olympics athletes by practicing bocce, track, and basketball. We hope to see you there; new members can join at any time! If you have questions, please stop by room 107 and talk to Mrs. Maberry before school, during lunch or advisory. You can also email I'll get the tshirts ordered and delivered right after the Thanksgiving break:)

TWHS BASS FISHING TEAM: OFFSHORE: Our Highlander anglers have been bagging some serious fish across the region! On Saturday, October 19th at their second Bayou City Division THSBA tournament, on Lake Livingston, the team placed 1st again! The fishing was slow, but the team was able to bag a combined weight of 28.56lbs, which is a combined weight of top three TWHS teams. There were a total of 133 boat teams representing 20 high schools and 7 of our 15 teams competing weighed in fish. Congratulations to team Brad Battle, Tommy Mathay and Captain Don Battle for capturing 3rd place with 4 fish with 10.26 lbs.

3rd Place - Brad Battle/Tommy Mathay 4 fish 10.29lbs

6th Place - Jack Northcott/Jack Shananan 4 fish 9.23lbs

7th Place – Hank Chauffe/Aidan Neely 5fish 9.04lbs

15th Place- Henry Register/Araon Van Tol 2 fish 3.53lbs

28th Place – Evan Carlson/Ross Dixon 2 fish 3.53lbs

41st Place – Cooper Hewgley/Austin Smith 1 fish 2.09lbs

48th Place Ryan Clarke/Ethan Mitchell 1 fish 1.59lbs

Congratulations Highlanders on a Three-peat! Saturday, November 9th on Sam Rayburn Reservoir our TWHS Offshore Team took first place in their 3rd consecutive appearance in the Bayou City Division of the THSBA with 43 pounds of fish (combined weight of top three teams). 129 boat teams participated representing 21 schools. Congratulations to the team of Hank Chauffe, Aidan Neely, and Captain Kyle Bates for weighing in 5 fish at 16.74 pounds to win the tournament in the 1st place spot!

1st Place - Hank Chauffe/Aidan Neely - 5 fish, 16.74 lbs.

6th Place - Anthony Pondant/Brandon Wheeler - 5 fish, 13.36 lbs.

7th Place - Elliott Oefinger/Keaton Rue, 5 fish - 13.14 lbs.

8th Place - Jack Northcott/Jack Shanahan 5 fish - 12.68 lbs.

12th Place - Evan Carlson/Ross Dixon, 5 fish, 11.49 lbs.

20th Place – Brad Battle/Tommy Mathay, 4 fish, 9.76 lbs.

26th Place - Reed Brandt/Jason Deischl, 5 fish, 9.12 lbs.

31st Place - Sharon Geer/Connor McLean, 4 fish, 7.96 lbs.

32nd Place - Henry Register/Aaron Van Tol, 4 fish, 7.69 lbs.

T44th Place - Joshua Bygate, 4 fish, 6.39 lbs.

T44th Place - Colton and Cooper Whisenant, 3 fish, 6.39 lbs.

49th Place – Ryan Clarke/Ethan Mitchell, 2 fish, 5.89 lbs.

56th Place – Michael Canonica/Gonzalo Marquez, 2 fish, 5.03 lbs.

58th Place – Tyler Higginbotham/Ryan Woelfel, 3 fish, 4.96 lbs.

The next offshore tournament will be held Saturday, February 22nd at Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Good luck teams!

INSHORE: Last Saturday, November 16 our TWHS anglers competed at SMG Wake Houston. It was a very brisk morning and the fish were reluctant to bite, but teams managed to catch 61 fish for a total weight of 73lbs (TWHS and McCullough combined). Congratulations to team Connor McLean and Sharon Geer for taking first place with 5 fish at 6.87lbs!

1st Place Connor McLean/Sharon Geer 5 fish 6.87lbs

2nd Place Ryan Clarke/ Matthew Roth 4 fish 6.71lbs

3rd Place Ethan Mitchell/Tommy Mathay 2 fish 5.23 lbs

4th Place Trey Hursong/ Ian Woodland 2 fish 3.41lbs

5th Place Jack Northcott/Jack Shannan 1 Fish 2.79lbs

Great job inshore anglers! The next inshore tournament will be held at the Mustang Cat Ranch on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Go Highlanders!

SCUBA: Our next club meeting will be our Christmas Party Monday, December 2nd (right after break!), at 3pm in the Senior Campus LGI. Bring a pair of crazy socks for the Sock Exchange (optional) and enjoy snacks! Join our Remind for updates (text “@twhsscu” to 81010). You do not need to be scuba-certified to be in Scuba Club. Students, parents, and faculty are welcome.


Staff Appreciation Committee: Our next event is Cookie Wonderland on December 4. For this one, we only need cookies and other holiday treats. Bakers and treat makers, sign up now!

TWHS PTO Spirit Wear

The weather is cooling. Do you have your cool weather spirit wear gear? Check out our hoodies and long sleeve shirts to keep you warm.

Also, think of us for your holiday gift giving. We have a little something for everyone from kids t-shirts to TWHS bracelets. Check us out online or the Front Office of either 9th or Main Campus.


BREAKFAST: Just a reminder that breakfast is served at both campuses. School breakfast will give your child a healthy start to the day. A nutritious breakfast helps students be more alert so they can learn more in class. Breakfast has vitamins and nutrients for a strong and healthy body. Breakfast at school is affordable at only $1.35. If you qualify for free and reduced price meals, you also qualify for the breakfast program, with no additional paperwork. You cannot find a healthy breakfast at such a low cost anywhere else. Help your child start the day right with school breakfast!

CISD SCHOOL MESSENGER: Conroe ISD has changed mass communication systems. In order to receive SMS/text messages from Conroe ISD or your child’s campus about timely issues including rainy day dismissal or campus updates, text "Y" to 67587.

PARKING LOT SAFETY: Please note that the posted speed limit on the TWHS property is 10 MPH. Please be sure to observe the speed limit as well follow traffic rules such as stopping at intersections and cross paths on the property as well as using blinkers when turning into parking spaces and pathways. All information about parking can be found on the school website:

EARLY CHECK OUT FROM SCHOOL: Parents and guardians, if your student needs to check out of school early, please provide a note, in advance, requesting early release. The student may submit the note to the attendance office upon arrival to school, between classes, or during lunch. Your note should include your child's name; the date and time the student needs to leave; the reason the student needs to leave; parent/guardian signature and contact telephone number. If your student will be leaving campus with another student, or will be picked up by someone other than a parent or guardian, include that information, as well. Anyone picking up a student is required to present proper identification at time of check -out. Thank you for helping the attendance office provide a smooth and quick check-out process for our students.


SENIOR DUES: Seniors--you can now go onto the TWHS webstore to pay for your seniors dues. They are $90, but they will go up to $100 on February 1st. Senior dues help pay for prom, graduation, and the senior picnic. If any questions, please contact Mrs. Spears in grade level.

ORCHESTRA NEWS: The season of Holiday Concerts is upon us. Come out and enjoy the many FREE concerts TWHS Orchestra has planned this holiday season:

First, join us at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday December 5th at 7 PM for Holly Jolly Jingle. Gates open at 6 PM. While the official show starts at 7 PM, come early and enjoy the musical offerings of a multitude of CISD Music programs. The main show starts with TWHS Orchestra performing music from Trans-Siberian Orchestra right at 7 PM. Once we finish, stay to hear Orchestras from College Park, Oak Ridge and Sam Houston State University. This is sure to be an amazing family friendly event, and one to kick off the holiday season in style.

Secondly, join us back here at TWHS in the Auditorium at 7 PM on Saturday December 7th for our Holiday Jazz Concert, featuring all your favorite holiday songs form the 1950's and 60's. Come early to see the McCullough Junior HS Orchestra perform at 6 PM.

Finally, don't miss our annual Trans Siberian Tribute Concert on Saturday December 14th at 7 PM. This concert will feature all your favorite songs from the TSO along with an original story written by a TWHS Orchestra member, and LOTS of special effects. Come early at 6 PM to hear the Deretchin Orchestra perform their holiday concert.

Also make plans to join us January 23-25, as we partner with TWHS Band, Choir and Theater to present this year's musical, Annie Get your Gun.

We hope to see you all there!

JROTC: On November 9th, our drill, academics, and physical training teams competed at the CE King High School Meet. The Woodlands High School took home second in Physical Training and third in Unarmed Exhibition! Congratulations to all cadets who competed.

Run Thru the Woods will take place on Thanksgiving Day, November 28th. All cadets volunteering will wear blues (with windbreakers if necessary) and meet at The Woodlands Pavilion (the electronic sign) at 6:45 am. If running with the formation, cadets will wear PTs with the Air Force sweatshirt if needed and meet at The Woodlands Pavilion at 7:30 am. You must have completed a YMCA waiver to participate in either capacity.

The Woodlands JROTC will host its 11th annual Military Ball on Saturday, December 7th from 5:45 - 10:00 pm in the Ninth Grade Campus cafeteria. Cadets sign up in flight and may bring outside guests for $10. Male cadets will wear service dress with no flight caps and females may wear knee-length or longer dresses with straps, or service dress with no flight cap.

Kitty Hawk Air Society will be hosting a tutoring session after school at the Senior Campus on December 10th for midterm help. Tutors will be available for help. All cadets are welcome and there will be snacks.

YEARBOOK: Order your 2020 TWHS Yearbook at

EARLY DISMISSAL STUDENTS: Students who are assigned early dismissal during 4th and or 8th periods are expected to leave the school property within 10 minutes of being dismissed from their last class of the day. If they are needing to see a teacher, counselor, or administrator they should report to their designated destination within the 7-minute passing period. Early dismissal students are not permitted to loiter in common areas or instructional areas. Students who violate this policy will face disciplinary consequences.

The Woodlands High School Calendar

November 25 – December 7, 2019

Monday, November 25, 2019

Thanksgiving Holiday

Boys Basketball TWHS Classic @ TWHS

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Thanksgiving Holiday

Boys Basketball TWHS Classic @ TWHS

Lady Highlander Basketball vs Memorial 10:00/11:30 TWHS 9th Grade Campus

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Thanksgiving Holiday

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Thanksgiving Holiday

Friday, November 29, 2019

Thanksgiving Holiday

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Boys Basketball @ Lufkin 4:00/5:30 Lufkin High School

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Monday, December 2, 2019

Highlanders for the Environment 3:00 Room 312

Scuba Club Meeting 3:00 LGI

Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria

Interact Meeting 7:00 Cafeteria

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Social Studies NHS Meeting 2:45 LGI

Choir All-State Pre-Area Auditions 4:00 TWHS

Swim/Dive JV @ Kingwood 4:30 Kingwood High School

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302

Boys Basketball @ Seven Lakes 5:30/7:00 Seven Lakes High School

Lady Highlander Basketball @ Oak Ridge 5:30/7:00 Oak Ridge High School

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Softball Homerun Derby 4:00 TWHS

Thursday, December 5, 2019

FCA Meeting 6:55 am LGI

Boys Basketball Freshman Green Tournament @ TWHS 9th Grade Campus

JV Lady Highlander Basketball @ Magnolia High School

Varsity Lady Highlander Basketball @ Katy Nike Invite

DECA Meeting 3:00 LGI

MU Alpha Theta 5:00 Cafeteria

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302

Orchestra Holly Jolly Jingle 7:00 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Friday, December 6, 2019

Science National Honor Society Meeting 6:45 LGI

Boys Basketball Freshman Green Tournament @ TWHS 9th Grade Campus

JV Lady Highlander Basketball @ Magnolia High School

Varsity Lady Highlander Basketball @ Katy Nike Invite

Region Band Auditions @ Oak Ridge High School

Wrestling Woodlands Invite 3:00 TWHS

Improv Show 7:00 TWHS

Saturday, December 7, 2019

SAT Test 8:00 am TWHS

Region Band Auditions @ Oak Ridge High School

Boys Basketball Freshman Green Tournament @ TWHS 9th Grade Campus

Boys Basketball JV & Freshman Red New Caney Tournament

Cross Country Nike Nationals @ Portland

JV Lady Highlander Basketball @ Magnolia High School

Varsity Lady Highlander Basketball @ Katy Nike Invite

Wrestling Woodlands Invite @ TWHS

Foreign Language Cultural Festival 3:00 Cafeteria

ROTC Military Ball @ TWHS 9th Grade Campus

Orchestra Mosaic Concert 7:00 TWHS

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.