At an August 1 board of trustees meeting, trustees raised concerns over the presence of personal ideology in classroom decor — specifically a rainbow flag and poster depicting racial inclusivity.
Conroe ISD is widely recognized for its exceptional academic performance and high graduation rate, garnering it one of the top rankings on Niche among Texas school districts.
Conroe Independent School District stands out as a district with an unwavering commitment to academic excellence for both its students and faculty, earning it recognition by Niche as one of Texas’ premier school districts.
District Academic Performance Scores measure where schools or districts rank based on how their student performed on State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness tests, their rate of improvement over time, and whether or not they’re closing achievement gaps effectively. This information is presented both at the district and campus levels.
The District’s high school ratings include the College Ready designation which measures the percentage of students enrolling, remaining and graduating on time from college. Furthermore, our comprehensive high schools are highly rated in their ability to teach all students at the same pace using Differentiated Instruction; additionally we also provide robust Career and Technical Education curriculum and fine arts offerings such as music lessons from our Army JROTC unit as well as FFA membership opportunities.
The CISD Athletic Department strives to foster student athletes’ academic, social and ambassadorial development by practicing, training and competing. Students will develop good sportsmanship, personal integrity, team loyalty and an admirable work ethic in this process.
CONROE, Texas — Following another possible sighting of Francisco Oropesa on Monday morning in Conroe ISD schools, several have taken measures to secure them and encourage parents to remain calm. The district says they are actively monitoring the situation.
CISD Technology is pleased to offer students and staff the ability to log into Single Sign On experience through just their browser, eliminating the need for VPN connectivity from home in order to access CISD applications.
Student at Grand Oaks High School described an anxious atmosphere Thursday morning after discovering a gun on campus, leading police to arrest one student before placing them under arrest and placing him/her into custody. CISD superintendent thanked students for their swift responses while encouraging everyone in the school community to remain safe.
Conroe ISD SSO offers a comprehensive academic program with high standards, such as college-level AP exams and dual credit courses. Students at Conroe ISD enjoy many athletic programs, an enriching fine arts curriculum and Army JROTC membership.
CISD was recently honored for its dedication to visual arts education by being awarded with a District of Distinction award from Texas Art Education Association (TAEA). To receive this recognition, districts must fulfill a stringent 14-point rubric over one school year – placing CISD within the top 5.5 percent for art education in Texas.
Art teachers in CISD are passionate about cultivating an inclusive and welcoming culture that nurtures creativity and community connections. Bob Horton, CISD’s Fine Arts Coordinator since 1990 and a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Sam Houston State University credits CISD’s visual and performing arts success to the dedication and support from students, administration and teachers – and hopes that new homes in Venetian Pines may soon be zoned to schools with competitive art and athletic programs.
Conroe ISD encourages parental involvement. Parents are welcome to join voluntary parent organizations and support their child’s education through volunteerism opportunities and booster clubs.
CIS offers year-round in-school programs that connect students to needed community resources. Services provided include tutoring, counseling, career exploration, college awareness events, after school activities that build self-esteem, family services for teen parents and drug and gang prevention activities. Local CIS programs are run by volunteers supported by donations from private businesses, civic and community organizations as well as public schools.
District officials announced Friday that over 900 employees had called in sick on COVID Day alone and only 550 substitutes are available to replace them. While every effort will be made to keep schools open, closing campuses is also an option if necessary.