Sam Houston Weekly Newsletter

April 20, 2020

Para Espanol

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April 20 Instructional Packets Ready for Pick Up after 9:00 a.m.

April 21 & 23 Conroe ISD Meal Distribution for Students

Washington Jr. High 507 Dr M.L.K. Jr Place N. Conroe 77301

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Curbside Pickup)

April 22 Wednesday Market Free Groceries (available while supplies last)

Community Assistance Center

**New Location: Grangerland Intermediate

16283 FM 3083

Conroe 77302

Community Resources

Here are some resources that may assist you during this Covid-19 time:

Conroe ISD Instructional Resources for Parents:

Community Resources contact Ena McFarland, Family Engagement Liaison at 936-709-5183 or

Montgomery County Food Bank

936-271- 8800

United Way Montgomery County Center


Community Assistance Center


Interfaith of the Woodlands


Montgomery County Residents

Assistance with Medicaid/CHIP Enrollment

(Children's Health Insurance Program)




2-1-1 (option) 2

Emergency Financial Assistance

Society of Samaritans


Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information: Conroe ISD Health Services General Health Information Call Line

936-709-7791 Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Yes to Youth Counseling Services


24-Hour Crisis Hotline


SNAP or Medicaid Benefits:

Lone Star Legal Aid


Unemployment Benefits


Food Stamps/SNAP

call 2-1-1

Family assistance

If your family is in need of assistance you can use the resources located above or you can use the link below. We are here to assist our families in any way that we can.

English Link:


Spanish Link:

Procedures for Packet Pick-Up

The CDC is now recommending the voluntary use of a non-medical mask, cloth face covering when interacting with the public.

We are asking that parents follow the procedures listed below to ensure the safety of all of our families:

*Wear a non-medical mask, cloth face covering while picking up materials.

*Practice Social Distancing and remain at least 6 feet away from others.

*When picking up packets, try to only touch the packet that you are taking.

The links below show how to make a non-medical cloth mask.

Videos in Spanish

Staying Healthy by Practicing Social Distancing

The wellbeing of our students and families is important to us. You can help by talking to your child about healthy practices to prevent the spread of illness such as

  • Wash your hands frequently

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

  • Stay home when you are sick.

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.


Although our school is closed our teachers are still working on ways to educate our students. If you need help with any of the assignments that are being sent home, we have teachers that can assist your child. You can either reach out to your child’s teacher for assistance or you can send an email to and we will have a teacher contact your child to assist them with their assignments.


If you don’t have technology at home and would like to borrow one from the campus please use the link to request a device. Since we have a limited number of devices, we are providing only one device per family. We generally need about 24-48 hours to fill the request. We will contact you when they are ready for pick-up. Our scheduled pick up dates are Tuesday and Thursday. If devices are not picked up in timely manner the device will be assigned to another family in need.

Link to complete:


Link in Spanish:


The last day to purchase the 2019-2020 yearbook is April 24th. If you would like to purchase a yearbook, it is not too late. You can purchase them online by going to The yearbook ID code is 13722520.

Distance Learning

We want to thank everyone for their hard work as we continue to learn in this new way. Our teachers continue to learn ways that we can better support you and your students. Beginning this week, students will be graded through a variety of activities. Depending on the grade level, students may have participation grades, assignment grades through Canvas or other digital learning platforms.

These grades will be placed in the gradebook like normal. Parents with Parent Access accounts will be able to access these grades as normal.

If you should have any questions about grades, please don't hesitate to reach out to your child's teacher.

Counselor Corner


This is all new. You are making sure you family is safe and trying to keep the education going. We see you and appreciate you. It is understandable if this is difficult. We are here to help. Please reach out to me and let me know how I can support your families mental health needs.


So much has happened since we had last seen each other. I want you to know it's ok if this time away from school is hard. I want you to know you can do hard things. I am here to help you. You can ask your parents to send me an email or call me so I can talk to you. One more thing, try to take time to do something that is fun everyday.

Hughes Feelings Check In:

Facebook Read Alouds

We will continue to post videos of our favorite books being read aloud by our teachers and staff members. You can access our videos by going to our Facebook page located at HoustonCISD. You can also click on the link at the bottom of this newsletter.
Conroe ISD Parent Resources for Digital Learning

Additional instructional resources including possible daily schedules per grade level are available through the Conroe ISD COVID-19 Digital Learning Instructional Overview. You can reach this page by using the link.

Weekly Distance Learning Plans

Week of April 20TH



first grade

second grade

third grade

fourth grade

specials (PE, Music, and Art)


If your child receives Dyslexia services through the school, we are continuing our services through Canvas. We also have paper packets available for pick up. If you have any questions or should need any assistance please contact