In the wake of the May 24 school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Conroe ISD announced it will increase the visibility of police on campus on the remaining days of the school year this week. The school year will end for students May 26.

In a message from Superintendent Curtis Null posted on the CISD website, he encouraged families to visit the district's Safety Information webpage to learn about procedures in place to safeguard students. He also encouraged students and parents to report suspected threads and to use the KidChat hotline at 888-543-2428, which is available 24 hours a day, as well as its Anonymous Alerts app.

"Families across our community, State, and Nation are hugging their loved ones close as we all process this tragedy," Null wrote in the message to parents posted on the evening of May 24. "Safety is always our top priority in Conroe ISD. We are fortunate to have the third-largest law enforcement agency in Montgomery County with our Conroe ISD Police Department. As a proactive measure, our Conroe ISD officers will have an increased presence over the next two days with all officers on duty and on campuses. Additionally, we have support from local agencies, including the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and the Conroe Police Department, who will have a presence at our schools."

According to information on the district website, CISD Police Department has 80 officers, including three K-9 officers.