Celebrating 10 years of Commitment, Pride, Honor and Success



Volume 11,  Number 35                                                                                      April 29, 2016

Cavalier Code



STAAR Testing Schedule

12/7-12/11, 3/29-4/1


EOC Testing Window



AP Testing Dates


STAAR Testing Schedule

12/7-12/11, 3/29-4/1


EOC Testing Window



AP Testing Dates



SAT Test Dates 

10/3, 11/7, 12/5, 1/23, 3/5, 5/7, 6/4


ACT Test Dates

9/12, 10/24, 12/12, 2/6, 4/9, 6/11



10/14 during school

Late arrival for Seniors 10:45 am


PTO Meetings @ 9:00 a.m.


9/8, 10/13, 11/10, 12/8, 1/12, 2/9, 3/8, 4/12, 5/24

PTO Brown Bag Lunches

@ 11:00 am  -  LGI

10/21, 11/11, 1/20, 3/9


Pep Rally Dates

9/11, 9/16,(Homecoming Parade), 10/9, 10/16, 10/30

Spring Pep Rally:  1/22, 3/24


Important Dates

8/31 - Open House 6pm

9/3 –  Sr. Parent Info Night  


9/10- Senior Lighting  


            7pm Auditorium

9/21 -9/10/11 Grade Parent   

             Info night 7pm

11/30 - Financial Aid Night

            7 p.m.

2/1 – Incoming 9th graders

            Parent Info Night  -- 7pm

2/4 – Eyes Wide Open 7 p.m.

2/8 – Upperclassman Parent

            Info Night 7pm

2/11-“Everything Under the   

            Sun”  5:30 pm

4/11 -2gether for 2morrow

            6:30 pm @TWCP

4/19 –NHS Induction Ceremony

4/22 –Sr. Meeting w/ Dr.    


5/17 -Honor Graduate   


5/19 -Senior Awards

5/20 -PROM

5/26-Panoramic Picture

6/1-   Senior Picnic

6/3 -  Graduation 7:30 pm



Early Release Days

10/16  11:30 am

12/18  11:30 am


School Holidays (Students)

9/7, 11/23-27, 12/21-1/4, 1/18

 2/15, 3/14-18, 3/25, 5/30


Online Information

Academic Information
Activities Information
Cavalier Connection - Print
CISD Calendar
CISD Website
Electronic Communication
Parent Access Center
Parent Services
Student Services
TWCP Events
TWCP Website
Welcome to TWCP

What Bus Do I Ride?




Dr. Mark A. Murrell


Dr. Susan Caffrey

    Academy Headmaster

David Perkins

    Associate Principal of   

    Administrative Services

Dr. Susan Hersperger

    Associate Principal

    Curriculum and 



Assistant Principals

Anthony Livecchi


Melanie McCarthy


Mitch Marriott


Danny Johnson


Tiffany Mathews


Clint Holden




Cindy Rehrig

     Lead Counselor

Debra Creel

     College and Career

Mary Edgerly


Cindy Doud


Junette Mihelich 


Tiffani Jaqua


Vicky Woods-Hinkle


Chiante Deal


Leslie Cronin


Jessica Beckham




3701 College Park Drive

The Woodlands, TX 77384





              2016 National Merit Finalists                                   Perfect Score Medal                      

                                                                                                            on National Test







Tuesday, May 3rd – Algebra 1


 7:20 – 10:46


10:53 – 12:49

4th Period (Lunch)

12:56 – 1:42

2nd Period

1:49 – 2:35

1st Period


·         9th Grade Algebra 1 Testers located in 1600/2600/2200 Classrooms

·         9th Grade non-testers & 10th Grade located in 2100/3000’s – PSAT/SAT/ACT Activity

·         10th Grade AP World History – Study Session w/AP Teachers in Commons

·         11th Grade located in 1300/2300 – US History EOC Review

·         11th Grade located in Band Hall – AP US History Review

·         12th Grade - Late Arrival 10:30 am


Wednesday, May 4th Biology and US History


7:20 – 10:46


10:53 – 12:49

4th Period (Lunch)

12:56 – 1:42

3rd Period

1:49 – 2:35

6th Period


·         9th Grade Biology Testers located in 1600/2600/2100 Classrooms

·         9th Grade Non-testers & 10th Grade located in 3000’s –Social Studies Activity

·         10th Grade AP World History – Study Session w/AP Teachers in Commons

·         11th Grade US History Testers located in 1300/2300

·         12th Grade - Late Arrival 10:30am


Course Verification Sheet


The second course request verifications will be posted in Parent Access (PAC) Wednesday, April 26, 2016.   Please login to Parent Access (PAC) to view your student’s course requests by clicking on the course requests tab.  We ask that you review the course requests with your student and verify that they are accurate.  Please double check that the fall semester (A part) and the spring semester (B part) match and are on the request sheet as appropriate. 


Advanced Courses


Students who registered for an advanced course (Honors, PreAP, Dual Credit, or AP) and whose parents have not approved the Advanced Course Agreement have been removed from the course. 


Parents of students who have changed to an Advanced Course since the previous verification will need to approve the Advanced Course Agreement by going to Parent Access Center (PAC). Please click on the 4-yr. plan tab.  At the top of the screen, you will see a bar indicating the number of ACA courses to approve (2 for every course because of the A and B).  When you click on the bar, the ACA will appear and a box with all eligible courses will be displayed.  You and your student should review the ACA and its requirements prior to approving all advanced courses.  Please make sure that your student is committed to the time and effort it takes to be successful in the course.  Also, understand that the intention is for all students that sign up for an advanced course will remain in the course for the entire year.  Please be aware that we have a specific process for students and parents to go through if the student is struggling.  The goal is always to work out a plan for the student to be successful and remain in the course.  Once you have reviewed all information in the ACA and both parent and student agree to the requirements, please select each course (A and B) for all the courses that are advanced in the student’s 4-yr. plan.  Each selection will have a verification pop up to click ok to sign.  Any course whose ACA was not electronically signed by you (both A and B portions) or failure to complete the ACA electronically will result in the advance course being removed from your student’s course requests and 4-year plan prior to the next course request verification


Cancelled Courses

Course offerings depend on student requests and courses without sufficient interest may still be dropped. In this event, the cancelled course will be dropped from your child's four year plan and replaced with one of the student's chosen alternates.



Changes to the Course Verification Sheet


If you find an error in the course requests or would like to make a change, please email your student’s high school counselor (see the bottom of the page) the request and she will make the change in your student’s 4- yr. plan.  The change should show up in your student’s 4-yr. plan within 3 school days. 


We will send out a final course verification after the deadline for course request changes.



Important Dates


May 15 – Deadline for all changes to course requests and submission of ACA’s.  No more changes after this date.


May 27 – Final course requests will be posted in PAC





Team Up with TWCP PTO:

PTO Meeting - Tuesday, May 24, 2016 9:00am in the LGI-2. We invite you to meet the Board, and the Principal. Attending PTO meetings will keep you informed about what is going on at your child’s school.   We look forward to seeing all of you!




The Woodlands College Park High School Auditorium

Thursday, May 5th, at 7:00pm



Summer Parties, Prom, Graduation Parties…

Have you talked to your teen about all of the ways that they could ruin their future over one night of fun?


SPEAKERS: Assistant County Attorney: The legal ramifications of underage drinking for teens and for the adults who provide the alcohol. Drug Information from area police


 Listen to the speakers, then Explore the Hands-on Stations:

·         Blood Alcohol Testing Van

·         Drunk Driving Simulator

·         Distracted (Texting) Driving Simulator

·         DWI Peddle Cars

·         DWI Response Ambulance

·         K-9 Drug Dog and Handler

·         Sobriety Station

Due to the mature subject matter we respectfully ask that young children not attend


GradNight 2016:

GradNight T-Shirt Distribution Dates:

During all lunches on:

Friday May 6


Wednesday May 11


Wednesday May 18  (last day)


On May 18th any shirts not picked up will be distributed on a first come first serve bases until the shits are gone.



WEDNESDAY, May 11th  4PM -8PM



Volunteers needed, please sign up and help the 2016 Senior class.


GradNight Registration: 

It is your turn to experience the fun and excitement of CP GradNight at Main Event!  The party is after graduation! 




  At the door cost: $60-cash only

Please visit our website for more information:



GradNight Sponsors Needed:



Looking for a way to contribute to CP Grad Night (formerly known as Operation Graduation) to keep our seniors safe while they have a great time?


The committee is ready to make some extra fun plans for this event that will only be possible with support from our parents from all grade levels. Any monetary donation will be appreciated and listed in the graduation program insert, but if you sponsor any of the specific events mentioned below, you will also have your name on signage at Grad Night held at Main Event June 3-4.  Make your choice soon because the spots are going fast!


Candy Bar Sponsor                           $100       FILLED

Mr. Jeopardy Sponsor                      $100       1 spot available

Money Machine Sponsor                    $100     5 spots available

Photographer Sponsor                       $100     FILLED

Games Sponsor                                    $100     FILLED

Raffle Prize Sponsor                         $100       9 spots available

Volunteer Food Sponsor                     $100     1 spot available

Casino Table Sponsor                       $200       14 spots available

Please fill out the attached sponsorship form and drop off with your donation at the front office as soon as possible. Donations are tax deductible (Tax ID #80-0812007); under IRS 501C(3). You will receive a receipt from The Woodlands College Park Grad Night for your contribution. Gift cards of any amount to be used as prizes for the seniors can also be dropped off at the front office.

Thank you for supporting this very worthwhile event.

CP Grad Night Committee and the Class of 2016


    College Park Help Needed for Armstrong Elementary!



Are you looking for a fun and rewarding way to get involved in the College Park school community?  If so, mentoring an Armstrong Elementary student might be just what you’re looking for!  Armstrong mentors strive to build a caring, consistent, and purposeful relationship with their mentee by providing acceptance, support, guidance, and assistance to promote student success.  Mentors are needed for the 2015-2016, and/or you can sign up early for the 2016-2017 school year! Mentoring at Armstrong Elementary takes place during the students' lunch/ recess period, so it requires as little as an hour a month.  Please consider joining this truly wonderful program!  For more information please contact Ann Young at


Stay Connected!

Your College Park HS PTO is a vital part of the school. Whether we are assisting with student or parent programs, helping teachers and staff members or working to beautify and enhance school grounds, we are working to support our students and our school. TWCP is proud to say we have one of the largest CISD Memberships and we would like to continue that tradition in 2015-16.

Questions? E-Mail: 

Membership - Diane Rogers at or 

2015-16 PTO President - Tina Rabson at

(Click here to join online today)










Safety is the upmost importance for our students. We just wanted to make you aware that we are putting more enforcement on our lunch policy that has been in place to help with the safety aspects during our lunch periods.


For the safety of our students, all lunches brought in to school for your student will need to be signed in at the front office.   Lunches will be taken to the AP office for the students to pick-up. Our students know that the AP office is the location to pick up items.  This is for the safety of our students to keep those who do not belong on campus from getting in to the building.  Please know that the more activity through our secure doors the more at risk our facility is at and we need to keep everyone safe.  Thank you for your help and cooperation.



Now available on-line registration for classes being held this summer at the TWHS senior campus and we will be offering (10)different classes this summer for you to select from to best fit the needs of you and your child’s summer schedule. For more information go to and click on the driver-ed  box in the lower right corner and select course dates and times that best fits your summer needs or Contact: (936)435-8325//(936)435-8320                   




Avoid the end of year CP Library hold list!

All books and fines are due May 10.

Call Library staff if you have questions regarding your child's account.

(936) 709-3060



SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens. Starting May 5th 2016, SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week - pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes. Sign up for email or text alerts and be first to know when new titles are available to download at

See the first two books here.







 Here is the link to pictures taken at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony:

 Photo Gallery Link:





Yearbooks are now $80, don’t wait any longer! 

Prices will go up again at distribution to $100 on the limited extra books that are available.



Plain books: $80 Nameplate: $5 Icons: $5 each

Checks payable to TWCP Yearbook: all checks must include driver's license and birth date

Charge sales: go to or on the school webstore:


Senior Yearbook Ads:

Don't forget to honor your senior with a Senior Ad. Email Tanner and Olivia at to reserve an ad (space limited). Ads may also be charged at


Follow yearbook on twitter@twcpyearbook and "like" TWCP yearbook page on Facebook for updates and sneak peaks of the 2015-2016 yearbook





Senior Awards Night, Thursday, May 19th, at 7:00pm--Documentation Needed

Senior Awards Night honors the Class of 2016 for their outstanding accomplishments.  This is an invitation only event. If a student has received and accepted a scholarship, they can be invited and recognized on this night. Please bring us a copy your scholarship award letter – you can also email ( a scanned copy to us.  Please name the attachment your first and last name. We PREFER pdf documents. If they are local scholarships or booster club scholarships, just email your name, local scholarship name and amount. Even if you are already invited due to being an honor graduate (top 15%) you still need to present your scholarship documentation.

We will honor college scholarships including academic, fine arts and athletics. Academic Grants are also acceptable. You can forward an email, send a .pdf or screen shot, but we do prefer pdf files.  Feel free to mark out anything you do not want us to see such as loans or social security numbers. We can only include scholarships that you have accepted (example: you are offered a scholarship from College X, Y, and Z….we only list the college you accept – College Z!) If you’re not sure what paperwork we need, let us know.

Scholarships that have been submitted by May 6th ~will be included in the printed program and the ceremony.

Scholarships you send us after that will be included in ceremony only and in an addendum to the program. The printing company set that deadline, so please get your award letters to us ASAP!


Subject Line: Awards Night

Attachment Name: Student Name

Include your name or the name of your child in the email!!







Senior Dues are now $120. Senior class dues are for all the activities throughout the school year; these can be paid during orientation.  Please see Mr. Marriott or Mrs. Mathews when the school year begins for more information, or if you are having difficulty paying senior dues.


Senior Dues Cover:

Senior Lighting Program                 

Senior T-Shirt (Spring)                    


Senior Picnic                                      


Senior Dues do NOT Cover:

Cap, Gown or Graduation Announcements                          Prom Date Ticket

Homecoming Ticket                                                                    Panoramic Picture

Prom Pictures                                                                               GradNight ’16 (PTO Sponsored Event)


Please note:

*Senior Dues are optional.  Seniors do not have to pay any dues to graduate.

*Seniors who graduate early may still pay dues and participate in all activities.  An early graduate cannot go as a date to prom.  They are considered seniors and must pay dues.

*Any senior attending prom MUST pay dues.



If you missed the days to order in person for your Senior’s Announcement/Cap/Gown information, here is the link to Herff-Jones to place that order:  or 281.367.4723


CAP/GOWN DELIVERY:  May 12th, during lunches.



  Parents of seniors, the information letter that your students received today in their meeting with Dr. Murrell is now available on line  




4/22 – Mandatory meeting with Dr. Murrell (3rd period)-letter of information online

5/2-5/13 – AP Testing

5/17 – Honor Grad Breakfast (invitation only)

5/19 – Senior Awards Night 7pm

5/26 – Senior Panoramic Picture 9 am

5/20 – Prom 8pm-12 am Waterway Marriott

6/2 – Graduation Practice seniors to be in the new gym 9:30 am (Seniors are bussed to and from Pavilion for practice)

6/1 – Senior Picnic @ Rob Fleming  Park, Creekside 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

6/3 – Graduation 7:30 pm (Graduates report at 6:30 pm)[Gates open at 6:30pm]


From the Finance Office:


Please be sure to pay off any fees owed for classes, clubs, books, or miscellaneous fees before prom. If any money is owed, you will not be allowed to pick up/purchase guest prom tickets. You can find out if you owe any fees by logging on to the webstore,, if there is a yellow button on the top left you may view fees owed. If you believe you may owe any library fees, please verify with a librarian.





Senior prom is right around the corner on May 20, 2016.  Prom tickets to those who have paid their senior dues will be available only May 9-12 during all lunches.  Seniors who have not paid senior dues or have holds on items or books, will not be permitted to obtain tickets or attend the upcoming senior picnic and prom.  Dues of $120.00 may be paid in the Finance office.


Seniors who have paid dues may purchase a ticket for $65.00 for their guest.  All guests outside TWCP must complete a Guest Registration Form which is available at--

   Registration form is due May 6th


TWCP Prom Protocol and Expectations


v  All TWCP students MUST have a TWCP student I.D. in their possession and present it to school officials prior to entrance.  Guests must also have their school I.D. or Texas Driver’s License and present it at check in to school officials.  Out of school dates must be pre-approved.  (Forms are online and must be filled out and returned by May 6th)

v  Students who are currently suspended, assigned to In-School Suspension, D.A.E.P., or expelled at the time of the dance are not allowed to attend.

v  Students who are scheduled to HOMEBOUND PLACEMENT are prohibited from attending the prom.

v  All students are to remain at the prom.  Anyone who leaves the prom will not be allowed to return.  Students who leave the event cannot purchase another ticket in an attempt to gain admittance.  Once a person departs from the prom they must leave the premises.

v  Administrators have the right to deny entrance to the prom.

v  Students are responsible for their own transportation. 



v  All students are expected to conduct themselves in a mature manner.  All school rules and expectations are enforced during the prom.  Out of school dates must adhere to TWCP school rules and CISD policies.

v  All students must respect the personal body space of other students.  Provocative and/or lewd dancing or behavior is forbidden.  Students behaving in a provocative and/or lewd manner will be removed from the prom.  

v  There are no refunds for anyone who leaves the dance or is removed by a school district employee.

v  Students are required to be in appropriate attire for the prom.  Students wearing extreme and/or provocative attire will not be allowed entrance into the prom.  In keeping with the elegance of the occasion, students will not be permitted to change out of their formalwear into casual clothes at the Marriott.  Additionally, College Park administration and faculty will not receive backpacks or bags with clothing changes at the coat check.  Parents may not drop off bags for their students at the prom.

v  Respect for all chaperones, administrators, teachers and Marriott employees is expected, and failure to meet this expectation will result in removal from the prom.  Students removed will not have their tickets refunded.

v  School administrators have complete and final authority during prom.

v  TWCP is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items during the prom; this includes, but is not limited to, personal property and vehicles.

v  Any disciplinary infractions or removal from prom could result in non-participation in graduation activities.

Marriott Policy

v  Shoes must be worn at all times.

v  No outside food or drink is allowed on the premises.          

Prom Tickets

v  Prom tickets are numbered & registered to individual students:

     No Transfers ~ No Exchanges ~ No Refunds

v  Any attempt to violate the ticket rules will result in removal from the prom.

v  Prom tickets are only good with a valid school ID card.  Out of school dates must present identification and be pre-approved.

v  Prom tickets are invalid if the ticket number has been altered, removed, or becomes unreadable.

v  Prom tickets will not be sold at the door.



The following will be the exam schedule for seniors. Seniors’ last day of classes will be Friday, May 27, 2016 unless discipline

consequences occur in which the last day of school would be the date the consequence ends or June 3, 2016. At this time, we

will confirm all graduates and notify your parents if you will not be participating. Please see the schedule below and know that

you are expected to be here at the designated times as required by law. Failure to do so may result in a zero for the final exam

and could alter your graduation status. Seniors with early release or late arrival must plan on being in attendance at the

designated time that they have a class scheduled.

You will follow the schedule below during exam week.


Tuesday, May 24th

Wednesday, May 25th

1st Period (Exam/Study) 7:20 – 9:20 am

2nd period (Exam/Study) 7:20-9:20 am

4th Period 9:30 – 10:26 am

3rd Period 9:30-10:26 am

5th Period 10:33 -12:28 pm

5th Period 10:33– 12:28 pm

7th Period  (Exam/Study) 12:35 – 2:35pm

6th Period 12:35 – 2:35 pm


Thursday, May 26th

Friday, May 27th

3rd Period (Exam/Study) 7:20 – 9:20 am

5th period (Exam/Study) 7:20-9:20 am

2nd Period 9:30– 10:26 am    PANORAMIC PICTURE

9:20 am Early Release for student with

5th Period 10:33 -12:28 pm

NO outstanding discipline or attendance hours owed

4th Period (Exam/Study) 12:35-2:35 pm



CP Senior GradNight ’16:

    It is your turn to experience the fun and excitement of CP GradNight at Main Event!  The party is after graduation! 





At the door cost: $60 cash only


Please visit our website for more information:





Choir Banquet

May 26, 2016

River Plantation Country Club 6:00—9:00 p.m.

Ticket Information Coming Soon


Upcoming Events:

April 29—May 1 -Spring Choir Trip to Corpus Christi

May 16- Spring Pop Show

May 26- Banquet



Our homepage for orchestra is  There are links to important items such as private lessons, All- Region and All-State auditions, educational links and Boosters.  Also, please visit (and Like) us on Facebook at Cavalier Orchestra!  ALL parents and students need to maintain current contact information in CHARMS:   User name is CollegeParkHSOrch.  Password is your student ID number.


    CPHS Talking Points (Commitment, Pride, Honor, Success)




Cavalier Challenge:

There are so many ways we can give to the people around us. It can be in a big way or it can be small. The size of the give does not really matter because anytime we help another even in small ways we change the world.







SAVE THE DATE!  May 14th is College Park Volleyball's SPIKEFEST 2016!

 SPIKEFEST is a co-ed grass volleyball tournament hosted here at CP by Cavalier Volleyball.  Pool play followed by bracket play format.  3 different divisions: High School, Adult and Adult Recreational.  Packets will be available in April.  25$ a player.  4-6 team members.  Must have at least 2 boys and 2 girls.  If you are interested in sponsoring SPIKEFEST or College Park Volleyball please contact Coach Collins. 




Congratulations JEREMY PADVORAC and RACHEL LIESHMAN who were named to the Water Polo All-Region Team for the 2016 season!! Great job !!








Congratulations to several world language students from The Woodlands College Park High School (“TWCP”) who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2016 National Spanish Examinations.


Students from TWCP have a long history of high achievement on these exams.  This year, students taught by Carmen Kelleher, Emily Gasper, and Rhonda Womack earned a total of 18 gold, 18 silver and 17 bronze medals along with many honorable mentions.  “Attaining a medal or honorable mention for any student on the National Spanish Examinations is very prestigious,” said Kevin Cessna-Buscemi, National Director of the Exams, “because the exams are the largest of their kind in the United States with over 160,000 students participating in 2016.”



Additionally, special recognition goes to Shirley Marino Lee, TWCP sophomore, for having attained a perfect score on the Level 4 Exam. More than 20,000 students competed at Level 4, and only five in the nation received the Perfect Score medal.  Her teacher is Rhonda Womack.


The National Spanish Examinations are administered each year in grades 6 through 12, and are sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.


Community Forum:

Suicide: A Community’s Response

Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 6:30 pm

The Woodlands United Methodist Church- Harvest Location

For more information, see attached Flyer




College Park High School

Class of 2016 Graduation Napkins

Stamped by our TWCP T.R.A.I.L.S. students!!!



Custom orders available if ordered at least 3 weeks prior to your event.

Large napkins $10 per20  Small $7 per 20

For more information or to order, please contact Kim Gonzales at

Please support the TWCP T.R.A.I.L.S. classroom!!!

Transition Reflecting Adults Independent Living Skills (T.R.A.I.L.S.) is a service delivery model for our 18+ students that have completed graduation requirements, but are in need of skills related to adulthood to become productive citizens in our community.







Also, the CP Speech and Debate Team is hosting our second annual school-wide talent show on Thursday, April 28th at 7PM in the CP auditorium.  Tickets will be sold for $5 each the week of the show at lunches and will sell for $10 at the door.



HOSA Meetings: 1st and 3rd Thursdays 2:45 pm Room 3311.

The Blood Drive was an incredible success! In total, there were 142 donors who came out to give, 115 of which were eligible to donate, resulting in 150 products collected. WOW! This many units can save up to 450 LIVES! With just one drive you have helped our community immensely.



Calendar of Events

April 30 - Drill Team Regional Meet

May 7 - Year End Banquet 6-10 pm

May 17 - Booster Club Meeting 6 pm


Year End Banquet, May 7th 6-10 pm - (Date changed from 4/30) This event will be in the TWCP commons. RSVP and payment due Friday, April 29th. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the evening of the ball.  However, we would like everyone to RSVP in order to get a head count.  Our menu for the evening will be bbq from Pit Masters.


Open Booster Club Board Positions, Voting May 17th

The following board positions are open for next year:

Vice President




If you’re interested in any of these or would like more information about them, please Marilyn at  Voting will take place at the May Booster Club Meeting.


Other Information

If your cadet is a senior or will not be returning to the program next year, please notify Marilyn at  We would like to keep an up to date email list for the start of the next school year. 


See JROTC website for more! 


If you would like to be added to receive Booster Club emails and notices, please contact Marilyn Koester at



Meets every first and third Wednesday starting at 2:45 to 3:45 in 2602.



Love being social? Don't know many people at CP? Or are you looking for a new crowd?  We plan events for NEW and OLD students who want to make friends and meet new people.

We meet every other at 2:45.

Follow our remind: Text @TXNEWBZ to 81010 for up to date info and meeting location OR email




Student Support: Student Faculty Game- student game shirts presales end April 22 and tickets will be sold May 9-12.

Teacher Appreciation: Bring in lifesavers, mints, and expo markers to room 3114.

Energy and Environment:. Breaking News- bring in newspaper to room 3114.



College Park DECA is gearing up for International Competition! We had 25 students advance to Nashville on April 23-27. Students will be competing the areas of Business, Marketing, and Finance, with more than 10,000 DECA members across the world. Each of these students were 1st place at the state competition. Good Luck CP DECA!


DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Encourage your son/daughter to join DECA now to start building their resume.


Email for more information

Sign up for DECA's Remind 101. Text @CPdeca to 81010



FFA Meeting- Regular monthly meetings are on the second Tuesday at 7pm unless there is a conflict with an FFA event.  All of the dates will be listed on


ART CLUB:  Monday’s in Room 1412 from 2:45 pm-3:45 pm


NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY:  Monday’s in room 1412 from 2:45 pm -3:45 pm


DIGITAL ART CLUB:  Monday’s in room 1412 from 2:45 pm -3:45 pm


STORM: meets Fridays from 2:45pm-3:30 pm in room 1105.   It is a faith based organization, and everyone is welcome.


LITERARY CLUB:  Every Friday at 2:35 pm -3:30 pm.  Share your love of Reading and Books!



Just a reminder all information is also on our website:

You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter


The Conroe Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding these non-discrimination policies:

Title IX Coordinator, 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936)-709-7700 and the Section 504/ADA Coordinator,