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Coldspring Intermediate students enjoy Makerspace time in the library.

Mrs. Hopson keeps our CIS students smiling with lots of activities in the library!

Mrs. Henderson traveled to Austin with COHS girls to participate in the 3rd annual Country Girls Can Code event, giving them an opportunity to develop coding skills and hear about career opportunities in the tech industry.

COHS girls designed and began to build web sites using HTML and CSS with the help of volunteer mentors from the Austin area. 

Coldspring-Oakhurst HS students compete at Area 5 FBLA contest

LJH students in Mr. Blythe's Social Studies classes studied Russian culture using their VR headsets and Google Expeditions.

Kindergarten students built gingerbread houses! We appreciate our volunteers that helped make this happen!


Students at CIS participated in the worldwide "Hour of Code" activities to explore computer programming.

Students work together to solve coding puzzles to celebrate Computer Science in Education Week and Hour of Code activities.

James Street students celebrated Computer Science in Education week by participating in the Hour of Code and programming Dot robots! 

Street Elementary students enjoyed the coding challenges from the web site Kodable for Hour of Code activities! 

COHS students try out the exoskeleton robots being developed at University of Houston College of Engineering Robotics Labs.

Exoskeleton robot demonstration for our COHS students.

Robotics and Rocketry Class attended University of Houston College of Engineering for a day of activities!

U.S. Coast Guard visits Lincoln Junior High for Career Day

Lincoln Junior High Career Day

Lincoln Junior High Career Day

COHS Law Enforcement students visit University of Houston Law Center


Donkey Basketball

Date: 2/24/2018
Time: 7 PM
Location: Coldspring-Oakhurst High School gym
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Safety & Security are Top Priorities

In light of recent safety breaches at school campuses around the country, safety reviews of our own campuses have been conducted by the COCISD police department and administrators.
Based on these reviews, changes are underway in order to increase the safety and security of our district. These updates will affect all campuses, and some of the changes may be inconvenient, but they are necessary. Your support will play an important role in making sure our district is as secure and prepared for emergencies as possible.
The safety and security of our kids and staff is our number one priority. We appreciate everything you do to help make COCISD a great place to learn, to be successful, and to create opportunities.
Thank you and have a great day!

Latest News

Basketball Playoffs: Lady Trojans vs. Newton Feb 12

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The Lady Trojans have battled their way to the first round basketball playoffs next week. They are set to faceoff against Newton at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12th, at the Livingston High School gym. Playoff T-shirt order forms are available at any campus office, or at the COCISD administration office. The shirts are short-sleeved and available in Youth L-Adult 4XL for $20 each. For information call 936-653-1115

Coldspring-Oakhurst High School hosts Area 6 Robotics Contest

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Coldspring-Oakhurst High School was proud to host this year’s Area 6 Robotics Contest on Saturday, Jan. 13. More than 50 students from seven school districts came together to put their problem-solving and robotics abilities to the test. Student teams competed in two divisions: Intermediate (4th through 8th grade), or Advanced (9th through 12th grade).
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