Celebrating 10 years of Commitment, Pride, Honor and Success



Volume 10,  Number  39                                                                                        May 25, 2015

Cavalier Code







MAY 26-29










7:30 PM

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion









TWCP  cannot accept any checks without the following information on them:  Name, Driver’s License number and Date of Birth.

Please do not send your student with a check to pay for fees, parking, dues or any other payment without this information written on the check.


STAAR Testing Schedule

12/2-12/4, 3/30-4/3


EOC Testing Window



TAKS Exit Retest Schedule

 10/20-10/23; 3/2-3/5;


AP Testing Dates



SAT Test Dates

10/11, 11/8, 12/6, 1/24, 3/14,

5/2, 6/6


ACT Test Dates

9/13, 10/25, 12/13, 2/7, 4/18, 6/13



10/15 during school

Late arrival for Seniors 10:45 am


PTO Meetings @ 9:00 a.m.


9/9, 10/7, 11/4, 12/9, 1/13, 2/3, 3/10, 4/7, 5/12


PTO Brown Bag Lunches

@ 11:00 am  -  LGI

10/8, 11/12, 1/21


Pep Rally Dates

8/29, 9/5, 9/24 (Homecoming Parade), 10/10, 10/24, 11/7

Spring Pep Rally:  1/23, 4/2


Important Dates

8/28 –Sr. Parent Info Night   


9/8 -  Open House 6pm

9/17- Senior Lighting Ceremony

            7pm Auditorium

9/22 -9/10/11 Grade Parent   

             Info night 7pm

12/2 -Financial Aid Night

            7 p.m.

2/2 – Incoming 9th graders Parent

            Information Night

2/5 – Eyes Wide Open 7 p.m.

2/9 – Upperclassman Parent

            Info Night 7pm

2/19-“Everything Under the   

            Sun” -7pm

4/13 -2gether for 2morrow

            6:30 pm @TWHS

4/21 –NHS Induction Ceremony

4/24 –Sr. Meeting w/ Dr. Murrell

            (3rd period)

5/19 -Honor Graduate   


5/21 -Senior Awards

5/22 -PROM

6/1-   Senior Picnic

6/1 -  Graduation 7:30 pm



Early Release Days

10/17  11:30 am

12/19  11:30 am

  6/4  11:30 am


School Holidays (Students)

9/1, 11/24-28, 12/22-1/5, 1/19

 2/16, 3/16-20, 4/3, 5/25


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


Sally Bice


Junette Mihelich 


Tiffani Jaqua


Vicky Woods-Hinkle


Chiante Deal


Leslie Cronin


Jessica Beckham




3701 College Park Drive

The Woodlands, TX 77384







  Graduation ~ June 1, 2015 @ 7:30 pm               GradNight @ Main Event  11pm-5am

      Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion                        for Information see PTO Website






As we wrap up this school year, we want to say “Thank you” for your support of our school, faculty and most of all your students.  We hope that you have a great summer break and please do not hesitate to contact us over the summer break if you need our assistance.

Summer office hours are:

Monday thru Wednesday:  8am-4:30 pm

Thursday:  8am-4pm


Underclassman Spring Semester Final Exams

Monday, June 1st


 5th Period EXAM

7:20 – 9:20

2nd Period

9:30 – 10:37

4th Period (LUNCH)

10:44 – 12:07

6th Period

12:14 – 1:21

7th Period

1:28 – 2:35


Tuesday, June 2nd


1st Period EXAM

7:20 – 9:20

2nd Period EXAM

9:30 – 11:30

Early Release



Wednesday, June 3rd


3rd Period EXAM

7:20 – 9:20

2nd Period EXAM

9:30 – 11:30




Thursday, June 4th


6th Period EXAM

7:20 – 9:20

7th Period EXAM

9:30 – 11:30

Early Release

11:30 am







Monthly PTO Meeting :

9:00am Tuesday, May 26, 2015 | College Park High School - LGI-2 

Please join us for our next PTO General Meeting. Come and learn more about upcoming events at College Park & receive the monthly Principals report from Dr. Murrell.

·        Vote on 2015-16 PTO Board

·        Installment of new Board

·        Senior Board Farewell Recognition

The school and PTO will benefit from hearing your ideas, and you will be better informed about all the past and upcoming events at the school.



It is that time of Year to ask for Help in the Book Room Starting May 18th through June 5th

Volunteers will be helping to collect Student and Classroom sets of Text Books.

Thank you for considering your time in the TWCP Bookroom.  We will be retrieving and collecting books from The Students and The Classrooms. This will be a especially busy time due to the retirement of 16 different text books  Please consider helping from 7am to 3pm by signing up for both shifts of the day other wise ANY bit of TIME you can spare is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance! 

We're using VolunteerSpot (the leading online Sign-up and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming Sign-ups For the End of 2015 Collection of Student and Classroom Books.


Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:


1) Click this link to see our Sign-Up on VolunteerSpot:

2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.

3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.


Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone.


PTO Auction

College Park 2015 Graduation Premium Seating Package B

4 Seats & 1 VIP Parking Pass

Min. Bid $160.00

Bid Ends 9am Mon. May 25, 2015


Be A Part of College Park History                                                                     

Purchase a photo tile to be displayed in a mural on a designated wall

$50 4x4 tile

$100 6x8 tile

Any photo, add text, get creative, great graduation gifts, best friends/groups, clubs organizations, open to all student and alumni.

Only sold this year as part of CP's 10th commemorative year.

Please contact VP Fundraising Chris Loera for additional information

(tile samples available in CP front office)

Tiles may be ordered March 1 thru April 30, 2015



The senior class of 2015 needs your help.  They are hosting a drug and alcohol free event the night of graduation to keep everyone safe.  The organizers of the event are in need of your help.  They would appreciate any donation that you could make and/or volunteer for the event.  It is a great night of fun for you and the kids.  Come out and join us for a great time at Main Event!!!

Go to to donate or volunteer.


Following Commencement Ceremony@ Main Event

Check-in:  11:00  pm - 11:59 pm , Monday, June 1

Event Ends:  5:00  am, Tuesday, June 2

Congratulations Seniors!  It's all for you!


Register in Advance:    

Register online via credit card $30

Register at the College Park front office Cash or Check (checks made payable to CPPTO - See Mrs. Bell)

Pay at the Door: $40 CASH ONLY


Food, drinks, PRIZE$, casino, trivia games, money  machine, tattoo parlor, bowling, laser tag, unlimited video games, photo booth, cash prize$, FREE RAFFLE, plus more  - all night long!  Last party with all classmates!


     Stay Connected & Follow the College Park PTO on Twitter!!!

 Photo Gallery Updates

Calendar Changes

PTO News

and much more....


Adopted School Armstrong Elementary:

Calling on CP Elves on last time!

We are getting close to the end of the school year College Park Elves!   There is one more task to finish up this fantastic year with our friends at Armstrong Elementary.  We have been asked to help lend support during their "Field Day" Event coming Wednesday, May 27th and Thursday, May 28th.  This will be a fun day hanging with the students as they engage in fun activities and also help to cook yummy hamburgers, hot dogs, and make delicious snow cones!  If you can spare a couple of hours either day or both days please e-mail me your choice. 


The following shifts are:

·     May 27th  8:00am-10:00am and 10:00am-12:00pm  (Kindergarten thru 2nd Grade)

·     May 28th  8:00am-10:00am and 10:00am-12:00pm  (3rd thru 4th Grade)

I know this is a busy time of year for all of our high school kids and their activities, but please consider assisting our adopted school with this exciting event in these kid's lives.


Many thanks for your time and support,


Marlene Killian

CP PTO School Adoption Co-Chair










Now available online for registration summer class at  The session numbers for the summer classes are:  (#185154, #188905, #188906, #188907, #188997, and #188998)

Summer classes start on June 8th.  Don’t miss out on the summer classes, get signed up today for your driver education class being held this summer.  Cost: $380.00

For more information please contact: Chris L. Hemphill at or (936)435-8325 and Donald Brown at (936)435-8320



Lib Cav


All Library Books Due:  May 11th is the final due date for all CP Library books. We will continue to contact students and parents in the upcoming weeks to retrieve any overdue books. If you receive communication from the Library, your child has unresolved Library issues. Thank you for your assistance in reminding students to return books and clear up their Library issues. If you have any concerns feel free to contact Library staff between 7:00am and 3:00pm at (936) 709-3060.


DOWNLOAD FREE AUDIOBOOKS!  Listening to audiobooks has a positive effect on literacy.  Two free audiobooks per week are available for download beginning May 7th from AudioFile Sync. Twenty-eight free titles in all! For more information visit Audiobook Sync or talk to Lynn Lui.  



We are in the process of forming a JROTC Parent Booster Club for the school year 2015-2016.  In order to get the process rolling, we have a couple of meetings planned.  We’d like to invite all JROTC parents to attend, and realize that there may be conflicts.  The meetings are as follows:


Thursday, May 28th at 7:00 pm in the LGI-1 at CP – we’ll be electing officers, discussing by-laws and next steps






Don't forget! Our annual senior sign day will be next Thursday, May 28th.  Signs will be up from before school through 5th period and will be taken down during 6th period that day.  Remember to wear your college gear (but you still need to be in dress code!!) next Thursday!




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 8th)

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.




Senior GradNight, is the new name for our parent-sponsored drug and alcohol-free lock-in celebration at Main Event for our Seniors held immediately following Graduation on June 1. This is the 28th year of keeping our Seniors, plus our community safe! 


To purchase your students ticket, please go to

Pre-purchase: $30

At the Door: $40

    Tickets can also be purchased during lunches beginning April 13th.



4/24 – Mandatory meeting with Dr. Murrell (3rd period)

5/4-5/15 – AP Testing

5/19 – Honor Grad Breakfast (invitation only)

5/21 – Senior Awards Night 7pm

5/22 – Senior Panoramic Picture 8 am

5/22 – Prom 8pm-12 am Waterway Marriott

5/28 – Senior Sign Day 7am-12pm

6/1 – Graduation Practice seniors to be in the new gym 8:15 am (Seniors are bussed to and from Pavilion for practice)

6/1 – Senior Picnic @ Northshore Park 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

6/1 – Graduation 7:30 pm (Graduates report at 6:30 pm)



Senior Dues are $120. Senior class dues are for all the activities throughout the school year;  these can be paid online or in the school finance office.   Please see Mr. Livecchi, or Mr. Marriott 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


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.



Tuesday, May 26th

Wednesday, May 27th

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

Tuesday, May 26th

Wednesday, May 27th


Thursday, May 28th

Friday, May 29th

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

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







May 28 is our last Choir General Parent Meeting, we will be voting in the new 2015-16 Executive Board and the floor will be open to fill Choir Board committees as well. All incoming Freshman parents are invited.


Sign Up for

Camp Sing-­alier

(Show Choir Camp)

June 22 - 26, 2015

Register on--‐line at and click on the link for Camp Sing-alier.  This is a week--‐long s camp for children

who have completed grades Kindergarten through 8th.  The campers will have a great time learning songs, dances and and creating their “costumes”  for a fabulous performance for parents, friends and grandparents on Friday afternoon. Their instructors for the week are the students of Rhythm ‘n Blue. It is a great experience for them to see how a show is put together from start to finish and how their input is a valuable part of the process.



Have you updated your information in CHARMS. By now, you should have received information sent home with your student. This year, you will have more access to information about your child’s activities and fees. Go to: and check out the new features.



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!  We are still using a data management program called CHARMS. ALL parents and students need to maintain current contact information.  There is a link on our homepage to   User name is CollegeParkHSOrch.  Password is your student ID number.


College Park High School Keepsake

Our beautiful architecture is featured in this keepsake and will remind you for years of CPHS!  Take it with you to college, keep it on your bookshelf, glue it to your dashboard!! Makes great gifts so buy several-available at the school store and the webstore for $20 each.

More details: Mrs. Linda James 832-797-6363









Attention CP Football players & parents!  As you look ahead into summer and next fall, please go to this link        and add these dates on your calendars.


2015-2016 Golf Information Meeting

Tuesday, May 26th

Room 1312 at College Park H.S.

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Anyone interested in trying out for the team and is not currently on the team should plan to attend.  Valuable information about tryout date and process will be presented that night.



Student Cardiac Screening (Grades 7 – 12)

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Electrocardiogram Screening: $20

Cash or Personal Check Accepted

An ECG screen (sometimes also referred to as an EKG) can help identify young athletes who are at risk for sudden cardiac death, a condition where death results from an abrupt loss of heart function. An ECG screen may assist in diagnosing several different

heart conditions that may contribute to sudden cardiac death.

Screenings performed by Cardiopulmonary Services from Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital in conjunction with UT Physicians

Pediatric Cardiology and Memorial Hermann Medical Group Cardiology.

Please call 713.222.CARE (2273) with your student ID number to make an appointment and for further instructions.

Appointments recommended. Walk-ins accepted.


Saturday, May 30, 2015

Memorial Hermann IRONMAN

Sports Medicine Institute

9305 Pinecroft Drive

The Woodlands, TX





  Clubs Information will be published in August for the 15-16 School year.







RE: Amendment to The Woodlands College Park High School Student Handbook

Date: November 10, 2014

The following amendments to The Woodlands College Park High School Student Handbook are effective immediately.

1.      The following section will replace “Parking Regulations” in The Woodlands College Park High School Student Handbook:


      Parking Regulations

Parking at College Park High School is a privilege. Spaces are limited and will be given out using a priority selection process.


Priority for parking spaces will be in the following order:

1.      Seniors and Juniors that have been NEAT (Never Ever Absent or Tardy) for the entire Spring 2015 semester will receive first priority for parking. Seniors and then Juniors.


2.      Seniors and Juniors with 3 or fewer absences from the previous (Spring 2015) semester. Seniors and then Juniors will receive parking spaces per number of absences up to 3. 1 absence has priority over 2 absences and so on.


Students who choose to share a parking space with another licensed junior or senior student. Senior sharers will receive            priority followed by Junior sharers. If either of the sharing drivers is a Senior, they will receive the better parking spot.

3.       Senior singles


4.      Junior singles.


Absences not counted in semester total: Health Care Professional (HCP), Field Trip (FT), UIL events (UIL), Religious Holidays (REL), Extra-Curricular (EC), Special Event on Campus (SEV), Funeral (FRL), College Visit (CV).


A vehicle registration application will be filled out by each student wanting to receive a parking permit. All students must attend the Drivers Safety and Orientation course each year before a parking permit will be issued. Cost of the parking tag is $75.00 and must be paid before the tag can be issued.



v Must have parking permit displayed (rearview mirror) – only one tag is issued for each space

v Only vehicles registered for that space will be allowed to park in that space.

v New vehicles must be registered before school starts at 7:20 with the Associate Principal for Administration.

v Student’s will not be given a pass to class and can be considered tardy or absent for not following this policy.

v No parking in handicap spaces without a tag from the Associate Principal for Administration.

v Student vehicles will be towed if parked in fire zones, bus ramps or visitor parking area.

v Speed limit for all parking lots is 10 mph.

v While in the parking lot all occupants of vehicles shall be seated and wear safety belts (cannot ride in beds of pickups or on tops of vehicles)

v If a student parks on campus during school hours while on parking suspension his/her vehicle will be towed.


Suspension of Parking (10 school days)

v Any moving violation.

v Any parking violation.

v Unregistered vehicle.

v Unauthorized use of personal vehicle during school hours.

v Ten total tardies including “free tardies”. Tardies are tallied cumulatively from the beginning of the year.

v Truancy

v DAEP assignment – to begin when student returns to TWCP campus.

v Registered in more than one parking space.


Permanent loss of Parking

v Attempt to remove or damage a boot on vehicle.

v 20 tardies including “free tardies”. Tardies are tallied cumulatively from the beginning of the year.

v Second DAEP assignment.

v Second Truancy.

v Hangtag borrowed, traded, stolen, sold, lost or given away will result in all parties involved losing parking.

v Parking while serving a parking suspension.

v Any combination or repeated offenses for temporary suspensions will result in permanent loss of parking.


Special Parking Circumstances

v A temporary parking space will be issued in case of a doctor’s appointment, temporary handicap or other situations beyond the control of the student, if 24 hours’ notice is given.

v A temporary space will not be given for a student who has missed the bus, missed their ride with a partner etc.

v No students are to park in visitors parking for any reason

v If a student registers for a parking space after the school year has begun and has one truancy on record he/she may be issued a parking space but it will be revoked for any one violation after the effective date of issuance.


Parking at The Woodlands College Park High School is a privilege and not a right. Conroe I.S.D. provides bus transportation. Therefore, we are not obligated to furnish parking for students. Parking privileges are only for registered students at their respective campuses. A parking fee is charged at TWCPHS. If parking is permanently suspended during the school year no money will be refunded at any time. Any vehicle booted will receive a $10.00 fine plus suspension. Additional parking suspensions/sanctions may be assigned at the discretion of the grade level principals.



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,