In February, Porter High School senior Sarah Reece was elected as the vice president of the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE).
New Caney ISD and New Caney High School will retire the high school football and baseball numbers for 1998 New Caney High School graduate Adam Dunn this Friday (August 28) during halftime of the New Caney vs. Diboll game at Texan Drive Stadium in Porter. Kick-off is 7 p.m.
Representatives from the Courtyard Marriott in Kingwood donated backpacks and school supplies to Oakley Elementary School Aug. 25.
The New Caney High School Culinary Arts Management Team attended the 2015 Texas Restaurant Association Expo in June where they were honored for their accomplishments.
New Caney ISD celebrated the opening of its newest campus, Tavola Elementary School, Aug. 20 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours of the facility.
Realtors from around the Houston area learned more about New Caney ISD during a special presentation hosted by Perry Homes on Aug. 11.
New Caney Independent School District recently announced its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under its current income eligibility guidelines.
Selected along with 80 school districts from across the state, New Caney ISD is a semifinalist for a $500,000 education grant.
The New Caney ISD Education Foundation celebrated the organization’s third year of operation with a Birthday Bash Cupcake Celebration.
NCISD Approves Elementary School Boundary Changes For 2015-2016
The New Caney ISD Board of Trustees approved a change in boundaries for elementary schools in order to plan for the opening of Tavola Elementary and to alleviate overcrowding at other campuses.
The action was taken Dec. 15 at the regularly scheduled board meeting. Jim Grant, Executive Director of Operations, made a presentation to the board explaining where the new boundaries would be and what areas would be impacted by the change.
A total of 373 students will be affected by the boundary changes: 126 students from New Caney Elementary will move to Tavola Elementary; 146 students from Oakley Elementary will move to New Caney Elementary and 101 students from Crippen Elementary will move to Sorters Mill Elementary.
The district sent letters Nov. 21 to all parents whose children were affected by the boundary changes. The letters invited them to a public meeting held Dec. 8 at New Caney Middle School. Following the public meeting, the NCISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the boundary changes Dec. 15.