The Woodlands High School
Highlander Happenings March 1 – March 13, 2021
CAREER PREP: Career Prep for Rising Seniors 2022: 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 firstname.lastname@example.org). Contact your counselor for more details.
You can find Career Prep under Career Development, on the pink Course Information Sheet (bottom right side)
Important Dates For Seniors:
March 24th - On Campus ASVAB and TSI Testing for Seniors: Contact Mrs. Villegas if you still need to register for one of these exams
April 24th - Prom @ Woodlands Waterway Marriott from 7:00-11:00 PM
April 26th - Deadline for Seniors to submit scholarships to be printed in Senior Awards Night program (form coming soon!)
May 6th - Lone Star Senior Connections Day (to register students that have completed application and testing phases for LSC)
May 10th - Senior Awards Night @ Woodforest Stadium 7:30 PM
May 3rd - 17th...AP Testing Window
May 18th - 21st...Senior Exams
May 24th - Senior Picnic @ Northshore Park 12:00 PM
May 25th - Graduation @ Woodforest Stadium 8:00 PM
- Senior Dues of $100 need to be paid through School Cash webstore prior to Prom on April 24th. Go onto the TWHS Webstore 5 at https://twhs.conroeisd.net/school/our-campus/school-webstore/ 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.
- Continue to check the Senior Scholarships document in your Canvas Course for updated scholarship options and due dates.
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.
CHANGING INSTRUCTIONAL PLATFORMS:
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, March 2nd. 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 email@example.com for the Senior Campus or to firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
BOYS BASKETBALL: February 9th vs. College Park
On Tuesday, February 9th, The Highlanders played the College Park Cavaliers. The Highlanders were looking to avenge two previous losses to the Cavaliers in district play. The Highlanders came out fighting and jumped to a 17-7 lead in the first quarter, led by 6 points each from Brock Luechtefeld and David Omokwale. It was a lead they would extend to 11 by halftime with a score of 36-25 and to 12 by the end of the third quarter, leading 57-45. During the 4th quarter, the Cavaliers began to battle back, and with 42 seconds to play, The Highlanders were clinging to a 2 point lead. After two missed free throws by The Highlanders, the Cavaliers were fouled on the second miss, sending them to the free throw line with a chance to tie it up. They hit the first and missed the second, but were able to clamor for the offensive rebound. The Cavaliers then converted a layup to take a one-point lead with 33 seconds remaining. The Highlanders were unable to convert on their next possession and gave up a fast break layup leaving them down 3 points with 10 seconds to play. The Highlanders called a timeout to draw up a last play, but they were again unable to convert, leading to a final score of 69-66 and a heartbreaking defeat in a game The Highlanders felt they deserved to win. The loss dropped The Highlanders record to 19-7 overall and 10-4 in District, with one game remaining before the playoffs. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Brock Luechtefeld-19, Shey Eberwein-19, Kylan Williams-13, David Omokwale-9, Justin Sheldon-3, and Isaiah Brown-3. In other games, the JV won 56-47, the Sophomores won 40-29, the Freshman Green won 45-42, and the Freshman Red won 59-22.
February 12th vs. Willis
On Friday, February 12th, The Highlanders played the Willis Wildkats in their final district game of the year. The Wildkats had not won a conference game all year, so The Highlanders were hoping to cruise to a final victory. But the emotional loss to College Park earlier in the week seemed to take a toll, and the Highlanders came out flat. After the first quarter, The Highlanders found themselves down 13-11. Things improved a bit in the second quarter as The Highlanders went into halftime leading 22-21. Willis refused to go away completely, and after three quarters of play, The Highlanders had only extended their lead to 38-33. During the 4th quarter, Willis continued to hang around, and with just over 1 minute to play, they closed to within 6 points at 49-43. Highlander layups by Brock Luechtefeld and Hagen Byerly on their next two possessions led to the final score of 53-43. The win gave The Highlanders their 20th win and a regular season record of 20-7 overall and 11-4 in District. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Brock Luechtefeld-22, Hagen Byerly-8, David Omokwale-7, Shey Eberwein-6, Isaiah Brown-5, and Kylan Williams-5. In other games, the JV won 45-43, the Sophomores won 46-40, the Freshman Green won 51-37, and the Freshman Red won 70-27.
February 22nd vs. Spring
After a week off school caused by the freezing weather and area power outages, The Highlanders bi-district round playoff game against the Spring Lions was finally played on Monday, February 22nd. The Highlanders had faced the Lions earlier in the year, clawing their way to a 59-53 win back in December. The break seemed to impact The Highlanders play as they could not get much going early in the game, and after the 1st quarter, found themselves down 20-10. A bucket off of a nice pump fake by Kylan Williams got The Highlanders within 5 at 25-20 with just over 3 minutes to play in the half, but a three-pointer by the Lions on their next possession stretched the lead back to 8. A few plays later, with the lead at 7 points, a steal and a layup by Hagen Byerly cut the lead to 5 again with under a minute to play. Two free throws by the Lions in the final minute led to a halftime score of 33-26. During the 3rd quarter, consecutive three pointers by the Lions enabled them to stretch their lead to 16 points at 47-31 with about 2:30 to play in the quarter. From there on, it was all Highlanders as they made clutch baskets, clamped down on defense, and capitalized on mistakes by the Lions, and by the beginning of the 4th quarter, the lead was cut to 10 points at 47-37. Throughout the 4th quarter, The Highlanders good play continued, and after a fast break layup by Isaiah Brown, the lead was cut to 6 points at 51-45 with 3:16 to play. A steal and tough layup by David Omokwale on the ensuing possession cut the lead to 4 points at 51-47, but a steal by the Lions with just over 1:30 in the game stretched the lead back to 6 points at 53-47. Those would be the final points scored by the Lions in the game. On The Highlanders next possession, Shey Eberwein hit a three-pointer to cut the lead back to three with 1:09 left to play. Then another steal by David Omokwale kept the Lions from even crossing half court, and with 35 second to go Kylan Williams hit a game-tying three-pointer. The Lions brought the ball back down the court, and rather than hold it for a last shot, they attempted a two-foot shot with about 16 seconds remaining. The shot was blocked by both Kylan Williams and Brock Luechtefeld, giving the Highlanders one last possession. The Highlanders called a timeout with 2 seconds remaining to call a final play. The ball was inbounded to Shey Eberwein, who hit a long three-pointer as time expired to give The Highlanders the win with a final score of 56-53. The 3 three-pointers by The Highlanders to end the game capped at 25-6 run from the time they were down by 16 points late in the 3rd period. This was The Highlanders first bi-district win since 2018 and improved their record to 21-7. The win sets up The Highlanders for a matchup against a good Cypress Woods team in the area round of the playoffs. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Brock Luechtefeld-19, Shey Eberwein-16, Kylan Williams-13, Hagen Byerly-4, David Omokwale-2, and Isaiah Brown-2.
February 24th vs. Cypress Woods
After a short one night break, The Highlanders area round playoff game against the Cypress Woods Wildcats took place on Wednesday, February 24th. The Highlanders had faced the Wildcats in November, losing by 9 points in their third game of the year. The Highlanders had improved tremendously since that time and were hoping for a better outcome, but they really struggled offensively against a stifling Wildcats defense. The Highlanders also played great defense throughout the contest, keeping themselves in the game. Despite scoring the first bucket, The Highlanders trailed 10-6 after one quarter. That deficit was stretched to 17-6 over the first 4 minutes of the second quarter before Isaiah Brown finally answered with a three-pointer. By halftime, the lead had been cut to 6 points at 23-17, with defense being key. On one possession, Brock Luechtefeld blocked three consecutive shot attempts. Early in the second half, the Wildcats stretched the lead back to 10 points at 27-17, but by the end of the third quarter, The Highlanders had cut the lead back to four points at 33-29. The Wildcats scored first in the fourth quarter, stretching the lead to 6 points at 35-29, but The Highlanders answered back with 6 straight points, tying it up at 35-35 on a bucket by Brock Luechtefeld in the post with 2:14 to play. After a turnover by the Wildcats, The Highlanders had a chance to take the lead but were unable to convert and turned the ball back over. The Wildcats capitalized on a lost defensive assignment and took the lead at 37-35 with 1:13 to play. On the ensuing possession, Shey Eberwein was fouled, making both free throws and tying it up again at 37-37. The Wildcats held the ball for a final shot, and after a timeout, called for a lob on the inbounds play. They missed lob play, but the Wildcats got the offensive rebound and the put back to go up 2 points at 39-37 with 2.6 seconds to play. The Highlanders were able to advance the ball to half court and call a final timeout to set up a play. Unfortunately, they were unable to get a shot off prior to the final buzzer. With the loss, The Highlanders ended the season at 21-8. Scoring for The Highlanders was: Isaiah Brown-11, Brock Luechtefeld-9, Kylan Williams-8, Shey Eberwein-6, and Hagen Byerly-3.
Congratulations to The Highlanders Boys Basketball team on a very successful 2020-21 season.
INTERACT: Hey Highlanders! It's been a chaotic couple of weeks for TWHS Interact and I'm sure you can say the same for yourself. We hope that you and your family safely got through the snow storm! Now that the crazy weather is gone, Interact is getting back to work and we are continuing to plan our Ultimate Frisbee Fest fundraiser which is coming up in April! More information will be announced at our next meeting on Monday, March 8th at 7pm in the TWHS senior campus cafeteria. In other news, we recently wrapped up a food drive and received many donations which were taken to the Montgomery County Food Bank. Interact is now looking forward to volunteering at The Woodlands Marathon on March 6th! Members will receive double points if they attend. We hope to see you there and at the upcoming meeting! If you have any questions regarding membership or anything else you can email us at email@example.com or check out our website: twhsinteract.org
SCUBA CLUB: Our next meeting will be Monday, March 1st, at 3pm in the Senior Campus LGI. Our guest speaker is 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 Marine Biology as a college and career path you don’t want to miss it! We will also collect 8-ounce water and juice bottles and Capri Suns for Student Council’s Kids Meals drive, so please donate! Freshmen can take the activities shuttle after school to attend. 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: Eight FBLA members will be participating in the FBLA State Leadership Conference between now and the end of March. This is a virtual conference this year. Videos of presentation and on-line tests are being done now and through the second week of March. The actual Virtual Conference session will be held March 24 and 25. These are the students participating: Taylor Anastacio, Ryan Brunk, Jaeden Gobert, Laura Haas, Barnett Han, Ethan Nguyen, David Rabalais and Alfonso Tamez.
TWHS IMPOV: The “Surprisingly Funny” Woodlands High School Improv Troupe is thrilled to live stream their next show on April 4th at 7pm in the comfort of your own home! Tickets are $5 for single person streaming and $7 for family streaming and all the money raised from the night will be going to Interfaith of The Woodlands! Make sure to join us, along with your family and friends, for a fun night full of family-friendly digital shorts and some live improv while helping an amazing organization!
- Interfaith of The Woodlands is an organization where volunteers gather in mutual respect, dialogue, and cooperative action to build a more loving and caring community through service.
JROTC: Our 5th Annual Drone Expo was a success! 177 people attended—a new record! Thank you to our prize donors, exhibitors, and cadet volunteers!
We have some great community service opportunities approaching, so make sure to volunteer to not only work toward your Service Ribbon, but also to help the Corps reach a unit goal! Remember our second Core Value: Service before Self!
Our Marksmanship Team competed in the Air Force JROTC National Competition over the last few weeks. The lineup included seniors Colby Godwin (Team Commander), Bryce Grout, and Mady Howard; juniors Jacob Brengel and Isabella Griffo; and sophomores Lucy Hoff, Gaby Roa, and Paul Zeyer. Gianna Cutillo earned an individual 6th place in the Precision category, and the team overall placed 16th in the nation—well done!
Congratulations also to our Joint Leadership Academic Bowl Teams, BOTH of which have advanced to Level II of this international competition! They will take the Level II test next week. Our Academic Teams Commander is senior Ethan Harte. Varsity Team members are juniors Isa Devia, Isabella Griffo, and Kelsey Watrous; sophomores Annie Jenkins and Spencer Snarr; and freshman Lucas Mohler. JV Team members are junior Gianna Cutillo, sophomores Drew Walter and Paul Zeyer, and freshmen Jack Barnhill and Mason Henson. Good luck to all!
Our Drill Team Expo is Thursday March 4th, 6-8 pm in the Senior Campus Main Gym. The drill team has worked very hard this year, so be sure to come out and support them!
HIGHLIGHTED HIGHLANDERS: Several times a year The Woodlands High School and the PTO honor students for outstanding citizenship, achievement, or service. Students are nominated by faculty and staff based on Good Citizenship, High or Unique Achievements, A Random Act of Kindness, Leadership, Excellent Attitude, etc. The “Highlighted Highlanders” receive a certificate and a highlighter recognizing their accomplishment. Senior campus honorees include Juan Ablan, Agatha Alcantara, Sophia Alegrias, Ana Alvarez, Andrea Aragon, Maris Bouche, Myrna Brown, Hailey Cerda, Ashley Craft, Andrew Di Tirro, Matthew Dunleavy, Lauren Fenner, George Fernandez Torres, Carlos Flores, Mario Gutierrez-Munoz, Joe Harrison, Lucy Hoff, Elise Incavo, Christopher Ince, Annie Jenkins, Ashlyn Kennedy, Audrey Kerins, Karrin Kirkendall, Morgan Kogut, Cash Kowalski, Selah Martinez, Paige Masley, Delaney Militello, Caden Miller, Rick Mishra, Preston Montgomery, Sydney Moore, Kathryn Muehsler, Bill Nowlin, Ethan Rock, Hanna Rodriguez, Mia Saucedo, Abran Saucedo, Cooper Starcke, Devon Suess, Mackenzie Thomas, Lucero Topete Mackenzie, Amy Wei and Paul Zeyer. Ninth Grade honorees were Nikolas Baird, William Beaty, Alexander Bleakley, Sarah Brahmi, Amelia Brasher, Grace Brown, Alyssa Burnett, Quinn Callan, Makalie Clemonds, Emily Cordier, Sophia Diniaco, Lilia Dryaba, Alex Engdahl, Gavin Halberdier, Ghazi Hassanein, Lexie Hull, Lucas Soon-Min Hwang, Samuel Jenkins, Luke Johnson, Eve Kohn, Riley Koligenczak, Michael Mitchell, Katherine Morris, Hyrum Mouritsen, Sebastian Ojeda, Ivan Perales, Hailey Rees, Samuel Alvarez-Rodriguez, Ava Rust, Henry Shorr, Luke Smith, Maddox Steele, Samuel Tay, Kinzey Wessner and Erika Williams.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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:
· 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 - email@example.com
TWHS 9th Grade Campus - Carolyn Czubinski - firstname.lastname@example.org
CONROE ISD TECHNOLOGY HELP DESK:
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 email@example.com 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
March 1, 2021 – March 13, 2021
Monday, March 1, 2021
Highlanders for the Environment 3:00 Room 312
Scuba Club Meeting 3:00 LGI
Bagpipers Beginner Class 4:00 Room 138
Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 226
Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria
Interact Meeting 7:00 Cafeteria
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
HOSA Meeting 6:50am LGI
Herff Jones Senior Order Day 10:45 Front Foyer
JV Tennis Tournament @ TWHS
Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302
Boys Soccer vs Willis 5:45/7:30 TWHS
Girls Soccer @ Willis 5:45/7:30 Willis High School
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
UNICEF Meeting 6:30am LGI
Model United Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI
Thursday, March 4, 2021
FCA Meeting 6:30am LGI
Softball Tournament @ Barbers Hill High School
Theatre Thespian Meeting 3:00 Auditorium
JV Baseball 3:15/5:15 @ Cypress Creek High School
Wrestling Quad Duals 4:00 Conroe High School
FR/JV Track Meet 4:00 Aldine High School
Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302
Soph. Baseball Tournament 6:00 Scotland Yard
Varsity Baseball vs Cy-Fair 6:30 Grand Oaks High School
Friday, March 5, 2021
Science NHS 6:30am LGI
Choir @ San Antonio
Softball Tournament @ Barbers Hill High School
Varsity Tennis Tournament @ TWHS
Varsity Baseball Tournament @ 1:30/6:30 Grand Oaks High School
Boys Soccer @ Oak Ridge 5:45/7:30 Woodforest Bank Stadium
Girls Soccer vs Oak Ridge 5:45/7:30 TWHS
JV Baseball @ Bridgeland 5:15 Jersey Village High School
Soph. Baseball vs Klein Cain 6:00 Scotland Yard
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Choir @ San Antonio
Softball Tournament @ Barbers Hill High School
Varsity Track Meet 10:00 TWHS
Varsity Baseball Tournament 11:00 Grand Oaks High School
JV Baseball @ Bridgeland 12:00 Cypress Ridge High School
Robotics Competition 12:00 Rooms 314/316
Soph. Baseball vs Klein Collins 1:30 Scotland Yard
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Monday, March 8, 2021
Bagpipers Beginner Class 4:00 Room 138
Evening Tutorials Room 226
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Softball vs Klein Collins 4:30 TWHS
Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302
JV Girls Soccer @ Kingwood 5:30 Kingwood High School
Boys Soccer vs Grand Oaks 5:30/7:30 TWHS
Girls Soccer @ Grand Oaks 5:30/7:15 Grand Oaks High School
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
UNICEF Meeting 6:30 LGI
Mu Alpha Theta Meeting 2:35 Cafeteria
Model Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI
FR/JV Track Meet @ College Park 4:00 College Park High School
Mr. Woodlands Pageant 7:00 Auditorium
Thursday, March 11, 2021
FCA Meeting 6:30am LGI
Varsity Tennis Aggieland Classic @ College Station
Varsity Track Meet @ Atascocita High School
Varsity Baseball @ Cy-Woods 4:00 Cypress Woods High School
JV Baseball vs Klein/Klein Oak 4:30/7:00 Scotland Yard
Evening Tutorials 5:30 Room 302
Soph. Baseball @ College Park 6:30 College Park High School
Friday, March 12, 2021
FR/JV Tennis @ Madisonville
Theatre UIL District Competition @ Willis High School
Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Cypress Ranch High School
Soph. Baseball vs Memorial 1:30 @ College Park High School
Softball @ Klein 4:00/6:00 Klein High School
Boys Soccer @ Conroe 5:45/7:30 Conroe High School
Girls Soccer vs Conroe 5:45/7:30 TWHS
JV Baseball vs Oak Ridge 5:30 Scotland Yard
Wrestling Quad Duals 6:00 Cinco Ranch High School
Saturday, March 13, 2021
SAT Test 8:00am TWHS
JV Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard
Wrestling Quad Duals @ Klein Cain High School
Varsity Baseball vs Klein Collins 10:00 Cypress Woods High School
Soph. Baseball vs Grand Oaks 6:30 College Park High School
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.