Eight students from The John Cooper Upper School were recognized as Rotary Club Students of the Year at the May 18 luncheon of Rotary Club of The Woodlands. Students are nominated and selected based on their leadership and involvement in various organizations, both in the community and at school, while displaying a sense of fairness, honesty and integrity. The following students were recognized: Isabel Sands and Preston Hodges (12th Grade), Shilpa Rumalla and T.J.
Student artists from Montgomery County high schools were awarded $21,000 in scholarships by The Woodlands Arts Council (TWAC) and had their work exhibited at The 2017 Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival, April 7-9.
Local high school juniors and seniors submitted their work to TWAC annual Student Art Scholarship competition in the categories of Painting, 2D Mixed Media, 3D Multi-Media, Drawing, Digital Art and Photography.
On March 9 and 10, John Cooper Middle School students took a break from regular academic classes to highlight other areas of student development by participating in Minimester activities.
Gena Keszei, a Ball State University student, will return to campus to speak with students about adversity and resilience. Gena is an amputee who has overcome her “dis”ability in many ways. By sharing her story, her goal is to inspire and encourage all students to rise above perceived limitations.
Students Invite Community to Join Them In Making A Difference in the Effort to End Hunger