A Message from Mrs. Haymark
Last week's Red Ribbon Week was a huge success! Thank you for encouraging your children to participate.
I need your help! We are noticing that a large percentage of students do not have their dismissal tags or student ID badges when they arrive at school in the morning. There is a bar code on both of these items that can be used for scanning student lunches and dismissal times. The bar codes are used interchangeably so it doesn't matter if your child only has one of them with them, but it's becoming an issue that students are showing up with neither bar code. Please help us move students through the cafeteria line and dismissal lines quickly by making sure your student has their ID or their dismissal tag with them daily. We appreciate all you do!
Christa Haymark, Principal
Student Drop Offs
- Parents needing to drop items off for a student will contact the school to arrange a curbside pick-up.
- Deliveries to students including lunches will be limited and on an emergency basis only.
- Students forgetting lunches will be fed a meal from the cafeteria.
Remote Learner in MP 2
A Note from the Librarian
Instead of a traditional book fair, Vogel is hosting an online book fair Thursday, October 29th through Friday, November 13th. All orders are entirely online, and books will be shipped to the school at the conclusion of the fair. While students will bring home flyers highlighting books, there are thousands of books to choose from online.
For every purchase made, we will get 25% back in rewards to support the library.
Thank you for your support!
Generation Texas Week Help Needed
All videos need to be emailed to email@example.com by Nov 6th.
Careers Questions for Video
What is your name and occupation?
Explain your job and what you do.
What education/training do you have in order to do your job?
Why did you decide to become a ________?
What do you like best about your job?
Oak Ridge High School Homecoming Spirit Days November 9th-13th
Parent Access Center
Please use the following link to view or set up your PAC.
Gifted and Talented Nomination Window
Please be aware that all who enters the building will be required to wear a face mask or face shield. Make sure the mask is clean everyday and fits properly. Please encourage your students to have an extra mask in their backpack if needed during the day.
Free Student Meals
Conroe ISD will offer FREE breakfast and lunch to ALL In-Person and Remote/Online students as well as children ages 18 and younger in the community. Students in Remote/Online Instruction and children 18 and younger who are not attending school on campus will pick up free meals curbside on Tuesday and Thursday from 10 AM - 12 PM at the junior high located in their feeder zone.
• Irons Junior High
• Knox Junior High
• McCullough Junior High
• Moorhead Junior High
• Peet Junior High
• Stockton Junior High
• York Junior High
Parents must show an approved form of ID for any child not present in the vehicle. To learn more, visit: https://www.conroeisd.net/chi…/campus-curbside-meal-pick-up/.
If you would like to continue receiving free meals after the grant money has been depleted, apply/reapply for the 2020-2021 school year. Applications are being taken now to ensure no disruption of services. Click the link below to apply.
Students have returned many broken Chromebooks to us lately. Whether it is a broken charging port, a spilled drink, a dropped device, or something else, we know accidents happen. To avoid accidents and having to replace and pay for a broken Chromebook, we suggest the following advice:
- Avoid drinking or eating near a Chromebook.
- When plugging and unplugging the charger, do so carefully- not jamming in or ripping out from the device.
- While in a backpack or bag, do not have the charger in the port .
- When travleing with the Chromebook, have the device securely packed away.
As a reminder, the cost to replace a Chromebook is $226 and the charger is $35. If the Chromebook is damaged, the device will not be replaced until the cost is paid.
A Message From Nurse Gohlke
We are seeing numerous students in the late mornings with headaches and stomach aches, that don't eat breakfast and that do not have a water bottle with them. Some of these students do not eat lunch until 1:00pm. These are the years where children begin to have growth spurts. They have nutritional needs for more protein, dairy, vegetables and fruits servings especially during the school day. Please ensure your student has a full breakfast and lunch to support their bodies needs during the day.
5 5th Grade Math Benchmark
6 Generation Texan Week Videos Submission Date (email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
17 6th Grade Reading Benchmark
19 5th Grade Reading Benchmark
3 5th Grade Science Benchmark, 5th Grade Science DCC #2
8 5th and 6th Grade Social Studies DCC #2
10 6th Grade Math Benchmark
Dress Up/ Spirit Weeks in November:
9-13 Oak Ridge High School Homecoming Week ( Movie Themes)
9 Star Wars Day
10 PJ Day (The Breakfast Club)
11 Disney Day
12 DC vs. Marvel Day
13 Dress to Impress (Dress for the Red Carpet)
16-20 Generation Texan Week
16 Elementary Days (Wear your Elementary Shirt)
17 Oak Ridge Spirit Day (Wear OR colors or spirit shirt)
18 Dress for Success (Dress as the profession you would like to be when you grow up.)
19 Camo Day (Alternatives to College / Military Service)
20 College Pride Day (Wear your favorite College Gear)
All SMS messages received from the Conroe ISD District Office and your child's campus will begin with "Conroe ISD:" and come from the subscribe code 67587. If you have not yet opted-in to receive SMS messages, you can do so at any time throughout the school year by texting "Y" to 67587.
The Conroe Independent School District (District) as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer 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 Act 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, TX 77304; (936) 709-7752.