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Nicole Robinson Gauthier, CFRE, Lone Star College Foundation executive director, has spent over 25 years working with area non-profit organizations
Roycelyn Bastian
Lone Star College will host a Registration Fair Aug. 6-7 to help students and their families learn how to complete their enrollment process before the fall 2024 semester begins.
Royelyn Bastian
Meet Class of 2026 student Lucas Frome, also known as Draco the Dragon, who has captured the hearts of The John Cooper School community with his role as our mascot.
Serena Horvath
Tomball Independent School District is excited to announce the launch of its Grow Your Own program, which will offer a no-cost pathway to support current staff who aspire to become teachers and earn their Texas teaching certification.
Tomball Independent School District
Conroe ISD will be closed to the public on Thursday, July 11, but employees scheduled to work will report at their standard time.
Sarah D. Blakelock
For parents whose children are aiming for a ‘Masters of Business Administration,’ or MBA, Sam Houston State University in Huntsville ranks seventh for most
Ruben Borjas, Jr., Columnist, Montgomery County News
Due to the widespread power outages and to allow time for our community to continue to recover, Conroe ISD will be closed on Wednesday, July 10.
Sarah D. Blakelock
Due to the impact of Hurricane Beryl, Conroe ISD offices, campuses, and summer programs will continue to be closed on Tuesday, July 9.
Sarah D. Blakelock
Lone Star College recently broke ground on the LSC-Magnolia Center, a satellite facility under LSC-Montgomery to ensure residents in its service district receive top-quality educational
Royelyn Bastian
The first organized Fourth of July celebration in the United States happened in 1777 and has continued for nearly 250 years.
Royelyn Bastian
Lone Star College-Montgomery today broke ground on a highly anticipated new campus, the Lone Star College-Magnolia Center. Construction on this full-service satellite educational facility is slated to be completed in December of 2025 with anticipated
Sean K. Thompson
Lone Star College partners with many area businesses to ensure students receive first-class educational opportunities that will set them up for success.
Royelyn Bastian
The Conroe ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the naming of three new schools: Timber Mill High School, Campbell Elementary, and Eissler Elementary,
Sarah D. Blakelock
Conroe Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null, other school officials, members of the Lake Conroe/Conroe Chamber of
Haunani Shipper
Throughout the decades, nearly 470 scholarships have been awarded to high school graduates Howard Hughes recently announced that it awarded more than 30 college scholarships to high school graduates this year from multiple schools – both public and private – falling under all school districts that are part of The Woodlands.
Woodlands Online Staff
Today, Thrive is a charter school, free to its students, in a 46,000-square-foot facility situated on ten acres in Magnolia, Texas. The school plans to extend its classes to include seventh grade in the 2024 - 2025 academic year.
Thrive Center for Success
Education for Tomorrow Alliance (EfTA) is partnering with 74 companies in Montgomery County and beyond to give 175 rising high school seniors from 14 different high schools the chance to develop career readiness. The Student Internship Program (SIP)
Education for Tomorrow Alliance
Congressman Dan Crenshaw hosted the Hail and Farewell Breakfast for students in his district, including 11 from Conroe ISD,
Russell D. Reneau
The United States recognizes over 2 million females who have served in the military for Women Veterans Recognition Day every June.
Royelyn Bastian
The Kailee Mills Foundation – a nonprofit organization that promotes saving lives through seatbelt safety awareness, recently announced the recipients of its 2024 scholarships.
Woodlands Online Staff