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Conroe ISD measures safety protocols until further notice

Governor Abbott announce GA-34 statewide mask mandating
Omar Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief March 5, 2021

Conroe ISD  will remain in effect with all safety measures protocols until further notice as clarification is obtained by Texas Education Agency. Governor Abbott’s announced an executive order...

Snow covers a pile of construction materials Monday, Feb. 15 after a winter storm blanketed Montgomery County in ice and snow.

Conroe ISD extends closure through Thursday due to winter storm

Stephen Green, Adviser February 16, 2021

Conroe ISD will remain closed through at least Wednesday, Feb. 17, and Thursday, Feb. 18, after the winter storm iced over roads, and caused significant, random power and water outages. "After further...

Pinewood Village Drive and every road in Montgomery County received inches of ice and snow in a winter storm Monday, Feb. 15.

Montgomery County opens warming sites

Stephen Green, Adviser February 16, 2021

As power outages threaten to last through the night while temperatures plunge into sub-zero levels, three warming centers will be open tonight for those who need it. According to County Judge Chief...

In a post that had been released, Conroe ISD will be close on Tuesday.

Due to weather conditions Conroe ISD will be closed on Tuesday

Omar Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2021

Due to weather conditions and the hazardous roads Conroe ISD will be closed on Tuesday, Feb.16. Conroe ISD continues to monitor weather forecast as it impacts school opening.

President Joe Biden reverse immigration policies

President Joe Biden reverse immigration policies

During Donald's Trump administration parents leave voluntary
Omar Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2021

President Joe Biden has signed three executive orders on immigration and border policies reversal of former President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy, according to Market Watch Biden enforced...

Cheer squad wears their UIL spirit state championship T-shirt as they make a stand in front of the school.

Cheer places 4th at UIL State Championship

First time football players join cheerleading squads
Omar Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief January 20, 2021

  Cheer came home from UIL State placing the highest since last year as they moved up from 11 to fourth place this year. In December, cheer placed first place in the Co-Ed Division having football...

NEW MAN IN TOWN. Head coach Kendall Hineman at the Porter football game Thursday, Nov. 5. He has focused on building culture and environment in his first year to set the teams up for success in future years.

Hineman working to create legacy

Jaden MacKinnon, Sports Editor January 20, 2021

Kendall Hineman is serving his first year as the Athletic Director and head football coach at Caney Creek. He is setting out to make a positive impact on student lives during his first year at Caney Creek. “I’m...

 The cover of the 2020-2021 edition of The Creek will look like the image above once finalized. This will be the first black-and-white cover in school history, as well as the first illustrated cover. Clubs and organizations editor Katie Cooper drew the cover with inspiration from Shel Silverstein’s “Where the Sidewalk Ends”.

Yearbook staff releases cover, theme for 2020-2021 book

January 20, 2021

In an unconventional year, the yearbook staff determined the book that provides its permanent, historical record should reflect the same. This week, it is announcing the 2020-2021 theme and cover for The...

Women celebrate 100 years of voting

Brianna Warriner, Reporter January 20, 2021

This year is the 100th anniversary of women getting the right vote. While this is an ingrained part of history, it turns out that a lot of people don’t know the history behind women’s voting rights...

First-year teachers hit with double amount of struggles

Annali Ward, Reporter January 20, 2021

For many first year teachers, that first year is all about survival. This year, those new teachers not only had to grapple with those typical issues, but also online learning and Covid-19 restrictions. “The...

Students have mixed feelings on new Covid restrictions

Litzy Reynoso, Reporter January 20, 2021

Ever since the reopening of school, students have been required to wear masks/lanyards and are expected to follow the new safety/health rules at school. Masks are now required everywhere now and some...

Teens struggle getting jobs in Covid era; deprioritize school when they find one

Kately Diaz and Marissa Salinas January 20, 2021

The pandemic and lockdown have both affected those already employed and the many on the verge of getting laid off. However, it is not a problem just for adults. High school students have experienced difficulty...

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