Conroe ISD trustees voted unanimously to permit Superintendent Curtis Null to hire principals – marking an unprecedented move within their district.
Victoria Hollon is optimistic this school year can be less stressful. Her district recently changed COVID protocols so students with fever will no longer need to stay home from class.
Conroe ISD SSO students excel both academically and extracurricularly. Their participation in numerous science fairs, competitions, symposia and conferences both locally and internationally demonstrates their technical understanding and problem-solving abilities.
School district administration and teachers have long been committed to providing all students with an outstanding education, which has led them to be awarded with the Texas Comptroller’s highest recognition for transparency. Over nine consecutive years they have received this honor.
Conroe ISD partners with Lone Star College to offer dual credit courses to high school students. When taking such an elective, results appear on two transcripts; high school curriculum can be found on one transcript while college learning outcomes appear on another (ie the transcript issued by Conroe ISD and Lone Star College respectively).
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Conroe Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability when providing educational programs, activities or accessing facilities – this policy conforms with federal civil rights laws as well as board policy.
Conroe ISD’s dedication to arts education was recognized with their 2023 District of Distinction award from the Texas Art Education Association. This accolade honors districts that offer comprehensive programs that incorporate visual arts instruction.
Art teachers from across the school district encourage their students to enter the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts Student Art Contest, providing an avenue for them to showcase their talent and achieve national recognition.
CISD music teachers are dedicated to giving their students access to educational experiences like marching band participation or performing at Carnegie Hall. Robert Horton, the district’s fine arts coordinator, believes music education has an extremely positive influence on students; furthermore CISD boasts 140 certified and degreed music teachers.
Due to recent school shootings, new state laws are altering how schools handle safety and security. Our district has begun making these changes a reality by adding more cameras across campuses.
An essential tool is the Anonymous Alerts App, which assists law enforcement officers in identifying students carrying weapons in our schools. This app is freely available for everyone to download – parents, teachers and students alike should all take advantage of it! CISD encourages everyone in its community to do just that.
Newly appointed school-commissioned peace officers must also undergo additional training on child development and de-escalation techniques, and all schools must develop an emergency operations plan by Jan 2020 as mandated by a new law passed this year. Furthermore, all districts are mandated by law to adopt trauma-informed care policies as mandated by new legislation passed this year; moreover the district is installing new radio systems and installing security features such as door locking systems to increase safety for its pupils.
Conroe ISD offers an outstanding quality of life. The District is widely respected for its strong academic program and high graduation rate; students also excel at academic competitions with impressive local and State rankings.
The District was recognized with GreatSchools’ College Success Award and has also consistently met or exceeded college readiness measures. Furthermore, its finances are openly managed; nine years running they received top honors from Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts for school budget presentation.
The Montgomery County School District operates 65 public schools that educate 67,761 students throughout Caney Creek, Conroe, Oak Ridge North, Shenandoah and Spring. You can find more information about our District here on this page; as always we do not discriminate on any basis including race, color, national origin, sex, religion age or disability when operating programs or activities or hiring employees.