Thursday, August 2, 2018 -- Families new to Tomball ISD are invited for Family Registration Night at Tomball Junior High on Thursday, August 2, 2018, from 12:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m. This is for families that live in the northern portion of the school district. Be sure to fill out the online registration before the event.
Tomball ISD offers the convenience of online registration.
Students who will be attending a Tomball ISD school for the first time need to (1) complete an online registration and (2) provide the required documentation to the campus Registrar, Mrs. Weirich.
(1) Click the link on on Welcome New Families to complete that information.
School supplies for next school year are on sale now. They will be sold online only.
Order Now thru June 24th!
Late Orders: June 26th - July 15th
1. Go to www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks (click the headline above)
2. Enter the school ID, TOM002 (5th Grade TIS Code: TOM004)
3. Follow the directions to complete your order.
4. Keep your online confirmation as your receipt.
School supplies will be delivered to your child's classroom before school starts.
For questions, contact Erica Hall at 281-357-3280.
Texas Department of Agriculture, Healthy Summer Meals for Kids. This service allows parents to sign-up for meals for their children. Check it out. Don’t delay - Sign-up now. Click on the HEADLINE for more information.
Read this summer on MyON! Certificates and prizes will be awarded!
Please click on the headline for more information.
Are you excited for Harris County Public Library's Summer Reading Program? This summer's theme is Libraries Rock! and the program will begin on June 4th. Throughout the summer we will be having many activities for all ages, as well as fun prizes participants can receive for reading. Please click on the headline for more information.
Third and Fourth Graders -- Do you love to read? If so, this might be for you! Please click on the headline for more information. Get started this summer!
The Houston Zoo is excited to announce the 2018 Action for Apes results! This year, we had 29 organizations take part in the challenge with an estimated 8,000 participants across the greater Houston area and beyond. With these numbers, it was no surprise that the challenge was a competitive one! Your collective participation in this program yielded a total of 1,977 handheld electronic devices which amounts to 1,977 actions to help save animals in the wild! We are so thankful for the collaborative effort of our community in recycling cell phones to save gorillas and chimpanzees in the wild, and we could not do this without you.
So, without further delay, our top 3 participating groups for the 2018 Action for Apes Challenge are:
1. Schmalz Elementary School – 458 handheld electronic devices! – WINNER!
2. Incarnate Word Academy- 390 devices!
3. Tomball ISD – 326 devices!
Thank you again for your participation. By recycling these phones, you have diverted approximately 165 POUNDS of battery waste containing harmful chemicals from our landfills, local habitats and waterways. Materials, like tantalum, from these phones can now be reused in new phones, reducing the demand for this material mined from gorilla habitat. In addition, money raised from the recycling of these cell phones helps pay for a month’s salary of one of the Houston Zoo’s conservation education staff partners in Rwanda. Thank you for taking action for apes!