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Campus Kids - Before and After School Care

This year the before and after school care program at TES will be provided by Campus Kids. There will not be a YMCA program at TES this year. Before school care for Campus Kids begins at 6:30 a.m., and after school care will end at 6:30 p.m. For those who are interested in this program, there are three ways to enroll.

• Download enrollment forms from Campus Kids website http://www.campuskidsllc.com

* Mail the forms to: Campus Kids

25015 Butterwick Dr

Spring, TX 77389

* Fax forms to: 281-516-9288

* E-mail forms to: campuskidsllc@yahoo.com

Campus Kids will confirm they have received your forms.

• Call 281-222-4186 or 281-468-8013.

For more information about Campus Kids click the HEADLINE above.
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SMS Text Message Notifications

Update and verify that the District has a valid mobile phone number so you can receive a text message notification during an emergency. Opt-in will occur at 10 a.m. on Thursday, August 29, 2019
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Welcome New Families!

Please fill out the online registration before coming to the school.
Tomball ISD uses Tomball ISD LINK for completing enrollment applications. Tomball ISD LINK is available online at https://link.tomballisd.net/Parent/.

Tomball ISD ahora usa Tomball ISD LINK para las solicitudes de inscripción.
Tomball ISD LINK está disponible en https://link.tomballisd.net/Parent/.
La inscripción Bilingüe / ESL para estudiantes nuevos a la Escuela Primaria Tomball será por cita solamente. Por favor, contacte a la registradora para programar su cita.
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TOMBALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACHIEVES GREAT EXPECTATIONS MODEL SCHOOL STATUS

Tomball Elementary School recently achieved the prestigious honor of being named a Great Expectations Model School. The school’s principal, faculty, and staff worked diligently to accomplish this impressive goal. Tomball Elementary School is a showcase for the rewarding benefits that Great Expectations provides students, faculty, staff, parents and the community, and it will be visited by other schools/districts. Great Expectations schools have a culture of respect and high academic achievement. “The school is truly a shining star in the community, state, and nation. The staff and faculty are to be highly commended for their efforts. We are overjoyed to add them to our list of ‘Showcase Schools’,” said Dr. Linda Dzialo, President and CEO of Great Expectations. The Great Expectations Program, founded in 1991, is a scientifically-based research educational reform model that is bringing major change and innovation to PK-12 public and private school classrooms in Oklahoma and beyond. The program represents an approach to learning that empowers teachers to expect and to get the best from students; it rekindles the excitement of discovery among both students and teachers, and it pushes everyone involved to greater heights of achievement. The basic principles of the program are: high expectations for students, a learning climate based on mutual respect between student and teacher, student self-esteem, a belief that all students can learn, positive teacher attitude, and highly skilled and knowledgeable teachers who inspire and enable students to achieve success. Over 40,000 educators have been trained in the GE Methodology. There are currently GE Model schools in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Michigan and South Carolina. More information about the program can be found at www.greatexpectations.org or by calling 918-444-3744.
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MyON (Online Books)

MyON provides unlimited access to a broad collection of authentic digital texts that are available for online and offline reading.

Students can choose titles from their recommended list or from the full MyON library. The more students read in their just-right range, the more meaningful practice they will get as they develop and hone their reading skills. Click on the HEADLINE to learn how to login.
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Behavior Learning Targets

Beginning this year all elementary campuses will utilize the Home Access Center for communicating behavior learning targets for all students. Students will receive an overall proficiency level for their progress in 4 competencies. Click the HEADLINE for more information.
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