Summer is just around the corner and so is our summer reading campaign—Get in the Game, Read! The myON program provides all students access to thousands of titles of digital books for reading during the summer months. Every student in TES has an individual myON account. They will be able to select books of their personal interest and reading levels. Books from the myON collection may either be read online or downloaded to digital devices. Click on the Headline above to visit www.myon.com . Username: student ID Password: tisd8digitbirthday
PK, K, and 1st will be doing the talent show from 9:00-10:15.
2nd, 3rd, and 4th will be doing the talent show from 1:30-3:00.
The Summer Food Service Program serves healthy meals to children 18 and younger. Meal sites include schools, parks, city recreational centers and libraries in communities across the state. Participants enjoy meals without any registration or identification requirements. Kids simply show up to receive a healthy meal at no cost. Click the headline above for more information.
1) Annual Enrollment – parents will be able to complete annual enrollment starting July 25th. You might indicate if they have a “new” address they will need to provide the school with proof of residences.
2) Family Enrollment night will be – August 4th from 1pm – 7pm at Tomball Junior High. Parents/Guardians will need to complete the online enrollment and bring with them the following documents:
• Original birth certificate
• Social Security Card
• Proof of Residents – lease with the students name, water and/or gas bill, (affidavit/intra district transfer which would be on file if completed – if not, they need to go to Administrative Services at 310 S. Cherry St and complete forms. If living with someone, that resident with their ID need to go as well)
• Immunization Records
• Valid photo ID/Passport
Tomball ISD announced that Pam Chatham and Darrell McReynolds were named as Principals of the Year.
Tomball Memorial High School teacher Canita Lee and Tomball Elementary teacher Matt Anderson were announced as Tomball ISD’s Teachers of the Year.
Tomball Elementary will be enjoying a new endeavor next year to help our students reach high levels of success as we incorporate the Great Expectations Model. The motto for Great Expectations embodies “Transforming Lives Through Education” which makes for a perfect fit at Tomball Elementary. In July, our teachers will be engaged in the six basic tenets of the program: High Expectations, Teacher Attitude and Responsibility, All Children Can Learn, Building Self-Esteem, Climate of Mutual Respect, and Teacher’s Knowledge and Skill. As they complete their four day summer training, the teachers will learn the 17 Teaching Practices to increase student success at Tomball Elementary, as well as how to incorporate the 8 Expectations for Living. As our students walk back on campus in the fall they will experience Tomball Elementary in a slightly different manner. The biggest change for our students will be the morning assemblies where we will come together as a school community to start our day off in a positive, transformational way. We are excited about our new endeavor with Great Expectations, and look forward to sharing more as we approach the 2016-2017 school year.