TWHS Senior Awards Night

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TWHS Senior Awards night with ISVA Scholarship recipient Alex Alley

TWHS JROTC Booster

Good Afternoon,

I am contacting you on behalf of The Woodlands High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. Booster Club. The AFROTC program focuses on character development, community service and excellence in academics and a variety of competitive arenas.  

The mission of the Booster Club is to support the cadets in various ways, such as raising funds, providing volunteers and supplies, and seeking to enrich the local community through activities promoting our organization. One way we do this is to hold our annual Chili Cook-Off. This is a fun family event and one our cadets enjoy; it is also one of our largest fundraisers of the year. This year our Chili Cook-off will be held on Saturday February 22, 2020.

The funds earned from Chili Cook Off help pay for items the AFJROTC program needs for the second half of the year as well as help the Booster Club be able to start off at the beginning of the next school year to help the new cadets. You are more than welcome to attend and sample the chili our cadets

We are asking local businesses to consider donating either a basket item, an item to be in our silent auction or prize monies we can frame and present to the winners. We are also offering for companies to add their logo to our traveling TWHS AFJROTC Banner, this banner will be attending events and competitions our cadets participate in. To be included on the banner, we request a minimum $250 donation. However, if you’d rather just have your logo on our 14th Annual Chili Cook Off T-shirt and have hundreds see your logo, simply read the attached Chili Cook Off Letter and send your logo and $100 donation back to us before January 20th. Thank you for your time and consideration.


Would you be willing and able to help us out this year? 

I would like to invite you to check out our website at: www.twhsjrotcbooster.orgT

ISVA Donates to Local Schools

The Indian Springs Village Association is pleased to once again support our local schools.  Funds raised at village events, such as the Taste of the Village, are put back into our community through scholarships to our Indian Springs high school seniors and donations to our neighborhood schools.  A $750 donation was made to Galatas Elementary School for the purchase of fiction and non-fiction books for their kindergarten through fourth grade classrooms.  Galatas Principal Denae Wilker writes, “ These valuable instructional materials will enhance student learning and encourage a love of reading that will last a life time.”  An additional $750 donation was made to Glen Loch Elementary.  Indian Springs Village Association board member Michael Saucier presented the check to the Glen Loch PTO in February.

After understanding the need for funding to support STEM learning in Robotics, the Indian Springs Village Association was proud to contribute $500 to both the Mitchell Intermediate and Wilkerson Intermediate Robotics programs.  Mitchell science teacher and robotics coach Lori LeBouef writes, “We would like to expand our competition teams, but more importantly, provide robots for each science classroom to allow all Mitchell students the opportunity to develop STEM skills.”  Wilkerson science teacher and robotics coach Wendy Park plans to purchase a Lego Mindstorms kit, saying that, “it will benefit the students in the area of science, technology, and engineering.  We are working to find ways to showcase and share the materials now and in the future!”  We appreciate all the wonderful teachers and staff who work so hard for our students.