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February 2018


Students from different high schools led the mid-year graduation ceremony.

Students from different high schools led the mid-year graduation ceremony.

CONROE ISD MID-YEAR GRADUATES CELEBRATED WITH CEREMONY

Approximately 30 seniors from across Conroe ISD were celebrated at the Mid-Year Graduation Ceremony held at Conroe High School on Friday, Dec. 15.

Students from different high schools participated in the ceremony with Citlalli Sanchez-Ramirez, Oak Ridge High School, leading the invitation to post colors; Malisha Alford, Hauke High School, and Fernando Plascencia, Jr., The Woodlands College Park High School, leading the pledges; and Haleigh Gallant, Oak Ridge High School; Denise Lyttle, The Woodlands High School; and Sarah Adams, Conroe High School, offering words of welcome, encouragement and congratulations.

In her remarks to the graduates prior to the presentation of diplomas, graduate Denise Lyttle issued a challenge to the group when she stated, “Do everything to the best of your ability graduates, and strive every day to be the best you can be. Believe in yourself, take on your challenges head-on, and dig deep within yourself to conquer your fears.”

Conroe ISD will hold six graduation ceremonies this spring. The graduation dates are as follows:

Thursday, May 24, Conroe High School

Friday, May 25, The Woodlands College Park High School

Saturday, May 26, Hauke High School and Caney Creek High School

Tuesday, May 29, The Woodlands High School

Wednesday, May 30, Oak Ridge High School

For detailed information about the location and time of each event, visit conroeisd.net/calendars

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Snowflakes and singing were part of the December concert at The John Cooper School.

Snowflakes and singing were part of the December concert at The John Cooper School.

COOPER STUDENTS BRING HOLIDAY CHEER AT CONCERT

Kindergarten, first grade and second grade students in Jennifer Lienhard’s music classes at The John Cooper School shared their talents at a concert in December before school got out for the winter break. Their sweet voices and choreography put everyone in the holiday spirit.

The John Cooper School, established in 1988, is a Pre-K through Grade 12 independent school with a current enrollment of 1,232 students. The Cooper campus is located at One John Cooper Drive, The Woodlands. For more information, visit johncooper.org


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