This free seminar will focus on Internet safety and recent drug trends in our area.
The Soaring Eagles Army JROTC competed Feb. 28 at the Vernon Classic Drill Meet taking their talents across the border to Leesville, Louisiana.
Porter High School DECA will be sending four students to the DECA International Career Development Conference.
The New Caney Jr. FFA Livestock Judging Team competed in two contests this past weekend, East Central on Saturday and San Antonio on Sunday.
New Caney High School’s Army JROTC Battalion will conduct a special flag retirement ceremony at 5 p.m., April 16, at the JROTC facility.
Porter Texas Association of Future Educators recently competed at the State Conference in Lubbock.
The New Caney High School FFA recently attended the Katy Career Development Events contest at Katy High School.
The New Caney Fishing Club attended a fishing tournament on Lake Sam Rayburn Feb. 7.
New Caney ISD celebrated athletes from both New Caney and Porter High School during National Signing Day, Feb. 4.
More than 600 visitors attended the New Caney ISD District Art Show at Porter High School.
Kings Manor Elementary School teachers received a free breakfast for their participation in the NCISD Education Foundation Employee Payroll Deduction Campaign.
ABC 13 recorded a news segment on the New Caney ISD Perfect Attendance program.
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.