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Conroe ISD’s 2023 Bond Planning Committee

by Zeeshan Khan

CONROE – The District’s 2023 Bond Planning Committee has been busy this February, meeting with representatives in multiple fields such as population, construction, surveying, local tax experts and more.

Parents like Victoria Hollon are hopeful this year will be easier with regard to school COVID protocols, as her district is implementing new protocols which include treating it like any illness.

About the District

Conroe ISD SSO boasts a longstanding tradition of academic excellence. This district is widely recognized for its high test scores and cost-efficient operations, and as an innovator and creative force.

Conroe ISD covers 348 square miles with 67 schools serving 71,000 students. Their schools regularly make headlines for their impressive educational accomplishments and extracurricular activities, such as their reading initiative to increase student interest in reading or Conroe High School’s Fierce Diamond step performances.

Students enrolled in CISD represent an array of backgrounds, with white students making up a majority and Hispanic, African American, and other minority populations making up smaller portions. It offers competitive teacher salaries with high retention rates for retained teachers; professional development for all teachers is prioritized as is providing scholarships to newly graduating teachers pursuing teaching careers as well as offering welcome back gift cards to alumni teachers returning as CISD educators.

School Profiles

Conroe ISD schools have earned a strong reputation for offering an outstanding academic program across its 348 square miles, evidenced each year when its students excel in advanced placement exams that award college credit, state academic competitions, and UIL 6-A Lone Star Cup athletic championships.

Conroe Independent School District campuses that received Texas Education Agency accountability ratings of 90 or higher achieved scores of 80 or higher on the Texas Test of Academic Ability and Reading (TEA STAAR); 12 had scores of 80 or higher and 17 scored 70 or higher; all other campuses received a “Met Standard” accountability rating.

Conroe ISD enrolls primarily white students, though the student demographics of each campus can range from low to high percentages of Hispanic and African American enrollment. This diversity can also be seen among teachers. Furthermore, Conroe ISD operates as an equal opportunity employer and educational provider, and does not discriminate on grounds such as race, color, national origin, sex gender religion age or disability.

School Report Cards

Every year, schools and districts are mandated to publish a school report card which incorporates accountability ratings with other academic indicator results and financial data for an overall assessment of campus performance.

In recent years, Clark Independent School District schools have made remarkable strides toward student academic achievement. Most campuses earned A or B grades on their Texas Education Agency report cards this year; Clark Intermediate and Grand Oaks High Schools led with top marks.

However, several CISD schools received lower grades such as Creighton Elementary and San Jacinto Elementary. Students attending these campuses must make significant improvements if they hope to raise their overall grade. TEA school report cards also display how much students improved in mathematics and reading from one year to another as well as graduation rate data that can provide parents with insight into if their kids are progressing academically.

School Calendar

Conroe Independent School District’s school calendar is an essential resource for both students and teachers, serving to plan academic work activities as well as keep an eye on important events and holidays. Here you will find all major holiday breaks for 2023-2024 academic session.

At its regular meeting Tuesday night, the CISD Board of Trustees approved its 2022-2023 school calendar based on recommendations of its District-Level Planning and Decision-Making Committee, which had released three drafts and sought community input through an online survey that closed Jan 3. This calendar includes 174 instructional days along with 10 student holidays and four staff development days.

The school year will commence August 9 and end May 23. Winter break will occur December 18 to January 2, and spring break from March 11-15. Election Day on Nov. 8 will serve as teacher preparation day; over 20,000 respondents responded to our survey!

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