Dr. Curtis Null to present State of Conroe ISD at Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber Luncheon
The Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber (MCHC) is hosting Conroe ISD Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null at the next chamber luncheon.
At the upcoming MCHC monthly luncheon on April 20, Dr. Curtis Null will share his State of Conroe ISD presentation at Sam Houston State University – The Woodlands Center. This month’s luncheon is sponsored by the Howard Hughes Corporation. The luncheon continues the practice of the MCHC sharing informative and relevant information to its members and guests.
“With the growth in our area not showing any signs of slowing down, to hear from Dr. Null on the state of CISD is a great way for our members and guests to hear how CISD is handling the growth. In addition, it’s great to hear about all the accomplishments our students, staff and teachers have accomplished,” said Miguel Lopez, President-MCHC.
To purchase tickets to the luncheon, go to the Eventbrite link here.
Conroe ISD is the 6th largest school district in the State, and the 60th largest in the Country. Did you know that the enrollment at CISD is more than all the other school districts in Montgomery County combined? To view more district highlights about CISD, visit here.
Dr. Hedith Sauceda-Upshaw, Conroe ISD Admin Assistant Superintendent Teaching/Learning, shared, “CISD looks forward to sharing our State of CISD at the upcoming Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber Luncheon. CISD is a 348-square mile school district located in the Houston, Texas metropolitan area, and one of the fastest growing school districts in the state!”
The Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber, established in 2003, is a 501c(6) non-profit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. The purpose of the MCHC is to advance the growth, success, and prosperity of the Hispanic Community.