Collins Cadence

2018-2019 School Year Vol. 88

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Collins Cobras

Shelli LeBlanc, Principal

Sabrina Pomales, Assistant Principal

Emily Hosier, Counselor

From The Principal

One grading period behind us! Everyone started the 2nd grading period with a 100 in the grade book and perfect attendance. This is a good time to review goals for this school year. Remember that the teachers and staff are here to help you and your child . It is only with a strong partnership that we can continue to attain our goals.

Upcoming Dates

Monday, October 15th

  • Report Cards Sent Home with Students

Tuesday, October 16th

  • Spirit Day - Grub Burger

Friday, October 19

  • Fall Frenzy 4-7 PM More info coming soon!

October 22 - October 26

  • Red Ribbon Week
October 24
  • CISD College Park Feeder School Fun Run 4:30 @ CPHS
  • Just Be You - What You Need To Know About Social Media's Impact On You 7 PM Youth 8 - 8:30 PM Parents Nancy Bock Auditorium - McCullough Jr. High School

Bell Schedule:

8:30 a.m.—4:00 p.m.

Lunch Times

5th: 12:00—12:30 p.m.

6th: 12:30—1:00 p.m.

Front Office Times:

8:00 a.m.—4:15 p.m.

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Fall Frenzy


FRIDAY, October 19

4:15 PM - 7:00 PM

$30 THE WEEK OF and $35 THE DAY OF

Open to all current Collins Students

All payments are non-refundable

Raffle during Lunch, October 15 – 19

Collins PTO would like to invite all current Collins students to attend our annual Fall Frenzy. It will be held on Friday, October 19th from 4:15 to 7pm.

Students will stay after school and meet up in the gym for a fun filled evening; Pizza and drinks will be served, along with popcorn and sno-cones. There will be games to play, a DJ, plus much more!

Students can also register to participate in PUNT, PASS, KICK. Get a team of 3 together and sign up in PE - if you don’t have a team, don’t worry – just sign up and we will put teams together! You will not be able to register a team until all members have purchased a ticket.

The week of the event during the students Lunch Period we will be holding a raffle. Raffle tickets are $.50 each. Past Prizes have included items from Vera Bradley, Beats as well as other items such as Principal for the Day.

The early bird cost is only $25 per student if pre-paid online on or before October 14th. The cost will increase to $30 from 10/15 through 10/18. To register and pay, please use your new Collins PTO My School Anywhere account. The day of the event you will have to register your student in person at the school and the cost will increase to $35. All payments are non-refundable.

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Tuesday, November 6th Collins will be utilized as an voting site. We anticipate a substantial number of people on campus this day. Traffic and parking may be affected through the early morning, during the day, and dismissal. We will do our best minimize confusion during drop-off and pick-up.


As we progress through the school year, please continue to remember the importance of school attendance and arriving to school on time. In addition, children who arrive late to school miss the important groundwork that is laid by teachers at the beginning of the day.

The instruction and learning that occur on a daily basis in the classroom is our central mission. Parents who make regular school attendance and punctuality a high priority are helping their children learn to accept responsibility, which is an important lesson for a successful life.

As we work to increase Collins Intermediate’s daily attendance – please continue to support your child’s educational process by limiting the amount of school missed except for illness. Collins Intermediate daily goal is 98.4%.

Our current yearly average 98.3%

Second Grading Period

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First Grading Period

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Hours of Missed Instruction (Early Checkout) as of October 12th =1464 hours

N.E.A.T. Kids—Never Ever Absent or Tardy

As we get ready to begin our second nine weeks of the school year, we want to remind everyone of the Never, Ever, Absent or Tardy (NEAT) program. This program is designed to encourage and offer incentives for perfect school attendance and no tardies. Students arriving late to school miss the important groundwork that is laid by teachers at the beginning of the day. The instruction and learning that occur on a daily basis in the classroom is our central mission. Parents who make regular school attendance and punctuality a high priority are helping their children learn to accept responsibility, which is an important lesson for a successful life.

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Collins Intermediate PTO Meeting Dates for 2018-2019 School Year- all begin at 1:15pm in the conference room at Collins. Most are on the second Monday of the month but not all so please mark your calendar and plan to attend.

November 12, 2018

December 10, 2018

January 14, 2019

February 11, 2019

March 18, 2019

April 8, 2019

May 13, 2019

PTO Fundraising Info

Collins Intermediate PTO

Alternative Fundraiser

Who is ready to go door to door selling items to raise money? We didn’t think so! In lieu of that we offer a ONE-TIME donation to the PTO. As a result, we rely on your donations as our “fundraiser” to provide things like field, trips, Chrome carts, tutoring, and many other educational supplements for the classrooms. If we do not meet our goal then those things may be in jeopardy of not happening…OR we will all have to start going door to door!

_____$85 I do not want a freezer full of cookie dough or to bug my friends and neighbors to buy it, collect their money, and then deliver the products. Here is the money instead. (Friend of Collins Maroon Tier- our goal for every student so that we meet budget).

_____$150 I do not want to walk, run, swim, or bike anything that ends in “thon.” Here is the money I would have helped my child raise for a “free” t-shirt. (Silver Tier)

_____$200 I really would not have been able to help in any other way, so here is my $200 to not email me about it again. (Platinum Tier)

_____$Write in your donation amount to express your appreciation for having nothing to sell, buy, or do except fill out this form or donate online.


You can go online using My School Anywhere right now to donate. If you do not have a My School Anywhere account yet, you will need one for many things throughout the year so go to and use “joincollins” as your invitation code.

Seriously, go now!

Thank you,

Collins PTO

*Collins PTO is an IRS 501c3 Organization.

Upcoming Spirit Nights for Collins

Tues. Oct. 16th ALL DAY @ Grub Burger

Tues. Nov. 13th 5-9 pm @ Blackwalnut

Tues Dec. 4th 5-8 pm @ Freebirds


Congratulations to Ms. Bruns’s class in LC 5-4 and to Ms. Faries’s class in LC 6-5! They are the winners of the Box Tops contest. Ms. Kirbo’s class and Ms. Short’s class, both from LC 5-4, were the runners-up for fifth grade. Ms. Hollis’s class and Ms. Kammer’s class, both from LC 6-3, were the runnersup for sixth grade. A great big thank you to LC 5-4 for turning in nearly 1,000 Box Tops! Please continue to turn in your Box Tops to the collection box in the front office. All Box Tops turned in from now until the next contest will count toward that contest, so you can turn them in at any time! A big thanks to everyone who participated. With your help, we can make a difference for our school.

You can earn money for Collins Intermediate just by shopping at Amazon Smile, Randalls and Kroger!

Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to our school.

1. Go to

2. Sign in with your Amazon account email and password.

3. Locate the box “pick your own charitable organization” at the bottom of the page and type “Collins Intermediate” and then click “Search”.

4. Locate the name “Collins Intermediate School Parent Teacher Organization”/The Woodlands, TX and click “Select”.

5. Check the box on the next question and click “Start Shopping”.

6. You have now linked our school to your AmazonSmile account.

7. Bookmark the AmazonSmile website and use it whenever you buy something from Amazon.


The Randalls Good Neighbor Program will donate 1% of your total grocery purchase to our school when you link your Remarkable card to our school’s Charity Account # 2826.

1. Go to

2. Click on the link at the top or bottom of the page to locate the Good Neighbor Program form.

3. Complete the form and return it to the Customer Service Desk at any of your local Randalls stores or you can email the information to


The Kroger Community Rewards Program will donate a percentage of your total grocery purchase to our school when you link your Kroger Plus card to our school’s Rewards Program Account # WD723. Important: You must re-enroll each year to continue earning rewards for our school.

1. Go to

2. Click on the “View Details” link at the bottom of the page located under “Want to enroll in Community Rewards?”.

3. Sign in to your existing Kroger account or you can create a new account.

4. If you had to create a new account, you may have to click on the “Community Rewards” link located on the left side under “My Account” before completing step 5.

5. Once you are signed in, locate the box that says “Find an Organization” and type WD723.

6. Click “Search” and then click “Enroll”.

Yearbook - Order Now


The Yearbook can be purchased at for $40 until January 1st. After January 1st, the price will increase to $45. The deadline for ordering yearbooks is February 22nd.


Using the replayit app, parents can share and upload photos that can be included in the Yearbook. It’s your chance to get your photos in the yearbook! Download the free app today at Photos can be sent through the app straight from your phone or from your computer to the website. Try it! The password is cobras15.

Replayit will be turned off at the end of February, so get your photos in by February 22nd.

If you have any questions please contact Susan Dupuis at

Red Ribbon Week

Monday (Oct. 22)

Wear Red- Show your support for red ribbon week and a drug-free life!

Tuesday (Oct. 23)

Dress like a friend- Friends help friends make good choices!

Wednesday (Oct. 24)

Wear sunglasses and bright colors/tie dye-Your future is bright! Don’t get tied up with drugs!

Thursday (Oct. 25)

Wear your favorite team jersey-Team up against drugs!

Friday (Oct. 26)

Wear pajamas to school (must follow school dress code and proper footwear; no slippers)-Follow your dreams with a drug-free life!

Food Drive for Interfaith of The Woodlands Monday - Friday

5th v. 6th contest

Winning grade level gets extra recess!

Assistant Principal Prose

Wow, we made it through the first 9 weeks! Students have made the transition well into their new grade level. Encourage your child to finish strong. Keep working, being on time, asking questions, helping others. Together we make Collins great.

Nominations for Gifted and Talented Testing

Nominations for Gifted and Talented Testing

Nominations are open starting October 1st for Conroe Independent School District Gifted and Talented program.

Although the testing will not take place until late January, nominations are accepted at this time. Nominations can be made by the parents and/or teachers. If you are interested in nominating your child, you may want to discuss this with your child’s teacher at conferences.

Nominations will be accepted through December 19. You may request a nomination form from the front office or the Assistant Principal. You can also find the nomination form and other GT information on the CISD GT homepage.

Nomination For GT Screening

If you need more information please contact Mrs. Pomales for questions. 281-298-3807

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We are so excited to be celebrating Red Ribbon week soon! The 2018 Red Ribbon Theme is, "Life is your journey, travel drug free!" Red Ribbon Week will be from Oct. 22-26th and will focus on drug-prevention and healthy lifestyle choices. Students are encouraged to show their support for a drug-free life by signing a Red Ribbon pledge, and with participation of fun celebration days including:

Monday (Oct. 22)

Wear Red- Show your support for red ribbon week and a drug-free life!

Tuesday (Oct. 23)

Dress like a friend- Friends help friends make good choices!

Wednesday (Oct. 24)

Wear sunglasses and bright colors/tie dye-Your future is bright! Don’t get tied up with drugs!

Thursday (Oct. 25)

Wear your favorite team jersey-Team up against drugs!

Friday (Oct. 26)

Wear pajamas to school (must follow school dress code and proper footwear; no slippers)-Follow your dreams with a drug-free life!

The next round of lunch bunch groups will be starting in mid November. Lunch bunch groups meet once a week in the counseling office. During lunch bunch, students are provided with an opportunity to make new friends, play games, and work on self-esteem and character-building activities in a fun and safe environment. If your child is interested in joining lunch bunch, he/she can stop by the counseling office to pick up a permission form, or parents can print out a permission form from the main Collins web page under the counseling tab. Parents can also email permission forms directly to


Howdy from the Collins Clinic!

Flu season is upon us! Please remember if your child has a fever, they must be fever-free for 24 hours without the aid of Tylenol or Advil before returning to school. The single most important thing we can do to prevent the spread of flu and other infections is to WASH OUR HANDS!

If your child needs cough drops at school, please fill out a parent permission form before sending them to school.

Thank you!

Nurse Kendall

Thank you,

Nurse Kendall, R.N.

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From the Tech Coach:

Here’s some help to keep your students safe online, whether using an online game, social media, or on web sites.


Congratulations to violinists Ivanna Vargas and Inu Baek for being selected to be in the top orchestra for the Junior High All-Region Orchestra. The audition had over 250 6th, 7th and 8th violinists competing from the entire Houston region. Well done!

Practice Reports are due every Tuesday. Students did a great job with this in the first grading period. For this grading period it is bright purple to make it easy to find. Detailed information about practice requirements is on the form, in the Orchestra Handbook, and in Canvas.

Our calendar is in Canvas, as well as course information. Please add our performance dates and information to your family calendar. Please check to be sure that you can see your child’s Canvas account. Did you know that you can add contact information for yourself under settings in Canvas and adjust how and when you want to be notified of assignments and information? It’s in Canvas under notifications.

Fine arts tee shirts that were ordered by the original deadline have been sent home with your student. If you ordered later they will be coming in a few weeks.

Honor Orchestra rehearsals begin at 7:40 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Honor Orchestra members, please be in your seat ready to play by then. Please send a note or email if you have an excused absence from Honor Orchestra.

CISD Honor Orchestra forms for 6th graders should be returned with a parent signature as soon as possible. Please check Canvas if you need another copy. We’re looking forward to having our 6th graders compete for a spot in the CISD Honor Orchestra.


During the past few weeks the students have been learning how to play flag football. Student learned proper passing, punting, and kicking skills for the upcoming Fall Frenzy on October 19th from 4:30-7:30. Along with learning the football skills, the students have been able to utilize these skills with a lead up flag football game. During the week of October 15th-18th the students will be able to make their own team and create a unique team name for our round robin flag football game. The students have had a great time learning about football as well as improving on their passing, punting, and kicking skills.

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Conroe ISD 6th Grade Honor Band Auditions

Saturday, November 10th

Vogel Intermediate

Winter Concert 5th Grade

Thursday, December 13th at 6:00 pm

Collins Intermediate

Attire: Please check your child’s band handbook for a detailed description of our formal concert attire.

Winter Concert 6th Grade

Thursday, December 13th at 7:15 pm

Collins Intermediate

Attire: Please check your child’s band handbook for a detailed description of our formal concert attire.


Hi Collins Parents!

Thank you so much to those parents who have paid for their child's art fee for art class. If you have not had a chance the easiest way to pay your child's art fee is through school cash online:

Step 1: Register Online:

Step 2: Register by selecting the “Get Started Now” and following the steps.

Step 3: After you receive the confirmation email, select the “click here” option, login, and add each of your children to your household account.

If your child is in music right now, please wait until after December to pay your art fee.

These art fees are used towards purchasing all the art materials we will be using in class. We are looking forward to an exciting year of art!

And if you have any of these items you could donate to art for a toy still life project we will be working on, it would be much appreciated!

  • Marbles and Jacks

  • Wooden ABC blocks

  • Dice

  • ABC Plastic Magnets

  • Small Sized Playing Cards

  • Solid Colored Bouncy Balls 1” - 2” diameter sized



We are currently stocking our Makerspace area for the year. If your family would like to donate any of the following items, please send them to the library at your convenience.Please only send items in good shape with minor wear and tear.

Items Needed for Makerspace:

Full sets of playing cards

Full sets of dominoes


Plain and multi sided dice

Origami paper


Screwdrivers (all sizes and types except the BIG ones)

Out of date electronics (these will be used in our “BreakerSpace” activities and will not be powered on)(Please remove batteries before sending)

The next Book Club meeting is on October 17, during lunch.

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College Park Cheer Clinic K- 6th Grade

The Woodlands College Park Cheerleaders are proudly hosting an Elementary and Intermediate Fall Cheer Clinic for K-6th graders.

The clinic will be held Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at The Woodlands College Park High School.

All pre-registered clinic participants will receive a clinic t-shirt and be invited to cheer on the sidelines with Varsity cheerleaders October 26 at Woodforest Stadium for the College Park vs. Klein Oak pre-game.

Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. the morning of the clinic and a parent show will be performed at 10:45 a.m. Please visit for more information and to register online. Awww, CP!

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Good Luck Cavalier Band At Region Marching Contest Tuesday, October 23rd

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Anytime Collins Reminders

2018 Accountability Summary

Students Walking to Kroger at End of School Day

We have been contacted by the businesses around Kroger asking for help. There are so many parents parking at store fronts and behind Kroger there is not space for their paying customers. This is impacting their businesses and they have asked Collins parents parked and waiting for their student's walking from Collins to no longer park in those areas.

We have also been told that students are running in the very crowded parking lot and we are concerned that our children could be hurt by motorists moving in and out of the area.

Please do not move to the neighborhoods - parents parking on lawns of homeowners and blocking traffic in and out of neighborhoods is not an alternate solution for avoiding the car line.

Thank you so much for your help!

Bad Weather Dismissal

Collins Dismissal Procedures During Inclement Weather:

· Collins will make a call by 3:45 p.m. to announce a “rainy day dismissal”

· Bike riders and walkers will NOT be allowed to bike or walk home during extremely severe rain or when lightning occurs within 5 miles of Collins.

· Families of bike riders and walkers should have a predetermined plan that when heavy rain/lightening is present, the student will ride the school bus or be picked up in the car line.


As we begin an exciting new school year, I want to remind everyone of the importance of school attendance and of arriving to school on time. In addition, children who arrive late to school miss the important groundwork that is laid by teachers at the beginning of the day. The instruction and learning that occur on a daily basis in the classroom is our central mission. Parents who make regular school attendance and punctuality a high priority are helping their children learn to accept responsibility, which is an important lesson for a successful life.

N.E.A.T. Kids—Never Ever Absent or Tardy

Awarded to students each nine weeks who reported to each day of school and all classes on time. More detailed information soon to come.

Dress Code

· The District prohibits pictures, emblems, or writings on clothing that are any of the following: lewd, violent, suggestive, offensive, vulgar or obscene, or advertise or depict tobacco products, alcoholic beverages drugs, or any other substance prohibited under FNCF(LEGAL).

· Halter-tops, muscle shirts, and spaghetti-straps tops are not permitted unless covered by another shirt.

· Midriff shirts, or shirts exposing the midsection of the body, are not permitted.

· Blue jean cutoffs or unhemmed shorts are not appropriate dress for elementary/intermediate school classes.

· Make-up/cosmetics may not be worn or applied at school.

· Hats are not to be worn inside a school.

· Hair and hairstyle should not be distractive.

· Spandex clothing, yoga pants and leggings are to be worn under other outerwear that are at least fingertip in length.

· Pants/shorts may not be worn lower than undergarments.

· Students who choose to wear shorts to school must wear them at fingertip length when the student rests his/her arms at his/her side.

· Flip flops may not be worn during P.E. classes.

· Girls may wish to wear shorts under their dresses.

Dresses and skirts should be of appropriate length (fingertip) and tights should accompany shorter dresses, skirts or shorts.

Cell Phones, Smart Watches, and Electronics

Students are allowed to bring cell phones and smart watches to school.

· Once a student enters the building in the morning the cell phone/smart watch/electronic device must be turned off.

· A classroom teacher may allow a student to use a cell phone/smart watch/electronic device as an instructional tool. Once the class is over the device should be turned off.

· Once a student has left the building the device may be turned back on.


A student is tardy if they are not in the classroom by the 8:50 bell.

A student tardy to class will:

· Have a tardy marked in the computer

· A note placed in the student planner by the teacher

· After the 3rd, 4th and 5th tardy a warning email will be sent home

· On the 6th tardy the student will be assigned a before school detention

· The tardy counts starts new each nine weeks

Some things to remember:

· Dropping students off by 8:30 a.m. is the best way to ensure a student has time to:

· Put instruments away

· Visit Locker

· Participate in KCOL Broadcast, Pledges, and Moment of Silence

· Be in their classroom prior to the 8:50 bell

Morning Drop Off

Please remember students should not be dropped off before 8 a.m.

No adult supervision is present before 8 a.m. Only honor performance groups with scheduled practice are permitted early arrival.

Transportation Changes

Transportation changes should be communicated between the parent and the child prior to coming to school for the day. Should you feel your child needs a reminder you may contact the front office, prior to 3:15, for notice to be delivered to your child. We understand that an occasion may arise when it is necessary to make a last minute transportation change. These last minute changes should be reserved for emergency situations only. For the safety of our children, these changes should be made before 3:15 p.m.

Checking Out Early

Students leaving early for appointments at the end of the day must be signed out by 3:40 p.m.; we cannot call for students during dismissal.

Students will be called for dismissal upon parent's arrival in the front office. We cannot call for students prior to your arrival.

Afternoon—Students Walkers

We have a large number of students that have become walkers in the afternoon. We do not promote the practice of students meeting their parents in the Kroger shopping center, YMCA or community neighborhoods. Student safety is of upmost importance— it is imperative that students NEVER cross Showdowbend in the middle of the street. A cross walk should always be used when crossing the heavy traffic that exists on our main road.

Car-Line Rules and Procedures

· Cars are required to stop behind the stop sign and not proceed forward until the stop sign is moved approximately 3:55 p.m..

· Parents may not park in the small visitors parking lot and wait for your child.

· Be courteous to those waiting in the car line and not pull around those waiting and “cut” in line before we call for car riders.

· We do not want cars moving in the parking lot when we dismiss walkers and bikers for all students’ safety.

· Students leaving early due to appointments MUST be picked up by 3:40 p.m. so there is no interruption to the dismissal process.

· Walkers and bikers are dismissed at 4:00 p.m.

· For student safety—walkers and bikers should only cross the street using cross walks. · · Children should pause and watch traffic carefully to assure it is safe to cross.

· Car riders are dismissed at 4:05 p.m.

· For afternoon pickup process, please approach the driveway from Woodlands Parkway to Shadowbend turning right into driveway. NO LEFT Hand Turn in the PM. This will avoid traffic congestion from the Research direction.

· Parents may not park within the school zone on the sides of Shadowbend to pick up students. This disrupts traffic flow and it is unsafe for children and adults to be on the busy road.

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Bus Transportation

Registration for Bus Transportation

Students who were registered for bus service last year are automatically renewed each year, so only students who are new or have never registered for service will need to register for bus service.

In the coming days, CISD transportation will open the website to confirm and check all students bus information (pick up / drop off times and locations).

Bus Rider Transportation Tags

Any student riding the bus will be issued a bus tag to be placed on the outside of their backpack. Student’s tag will be scanned as the board the bus to leave each afternoon. If a student loses their tag during the year the child should let his/her homeroom teacher know immediately so that we can provide a replacement.

Bus Dismissal At The End Of School

Students will be dismissed from class to report to their assigned bus. As buses arrive the bus number will appear on the screen in each homeroom. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor the screen and leave class to load their bus.

Changing Buses

Students may NOT ride another bus except in emergencies and only with the permission of Collins Administration. Parents must submit a written request at least 24 hours in advance of the change. Administration must have time to verify the change with both sets of parents. Riding home with a friend on Friday to spend the night is not a change that will be approved. Once approved the school will notify transportation and the bus driver.

Lunch & Breakfast

Beginning on the first day of school, parents may send money (cash or check) for their child to set up a lunch account. My School Bucks in an online account that may continued to be used from year to year or a new account set up at A Parent Access Account allows parents to see the amount of money available to the child. Please visit: for menu options and more information. If a student’s account runs out of funds he/she will only be allowed to charge one meal. After the one charge a student will be provided an “alternate meal”. Students are given a reminder to take home to parents when their account is low or out of funds.

Breakfast Prices:

(meal Includes Entree, Fruit, and 1% or Skim Milk Daily)

Full Price $ 1.35

Reduced Price $ .30

Non-student Price/2nd Meal $2.30

Lunch Prices:

(meals include an entree, vegetable, fruit, and 1% or skim milk daily)

Full Price $2.85

Reduced Price $ .40

Non-student Price/2nd Meal $3.55
Entree A la Carte $2.00

Fruit/ Vegetable/ Juice/ Bread A la Carte $1.00

Milk A la Carte $.90

Parents may join their child during their scheduled lunch. We have guest table set up on the back wall for our lunch guests.

Parent Access Center

Collins will send our newsletter and other communication home by e-mail and/or phone messages. In order to make sure that we have your e-mail address, please follow the directions below to either update or add your e-mail address.

Go to the CISD homepage at

Click the “Student/Parent” tab,

Click “Parent Access Center”

Click “Register”

You will see an application for parents to view their student’s information online. Read all of the instructions. Complete the top few lines of information, making sure you use the official name of the student. Continue reading the parent access registration. Just below this paragraph is “Parent/Guardian Information.” The first item is the e-mail address. If your e-mail information is different, you will be prompted to update your e-mail address. If you do not have an account, fill in that information at this time. The student identification number is their CISD number which also happens to be their lunch number. If you are not sure of this number, please look at a previous report card or call the front office. Don’t forget to click the “I Agree” button.


· Parents and family are welcome in our building but must check in and out through the front office with a current driver’s license or other form of identification.

· A new security feature has been added to the front doors. After school begins visitors will use a call box to announce arrival then the front desk will buzz you in.

· All parents must complete a volunteer application on-line before volunteering at the school or chaperoning field trips. The application process must be completed every year.

· We encourage you to complete the volunteer application at the beginning of the year instead of prior to a field trip. The approval process could take up to a week to process ad we would not want any parent missing an opportunity to chaperone a field trip due to the application process not being completed.

· To complete an application please click:

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.