Throughout the day, educators collaborated on a variety of topics specifically to learning. They were able to gain insight on innovative ways to approach the classroom and how to collectively continue to educate children at the highest level possible.
Decker Prairie Elementary School teacher Helen Wilt was honored with a $500 gift card from our local Tomball Walmart as they celebrated great educators heading into the school year.
Tomball ISD is one of only 153 school districts and charter schools receiving an overall A rating, according to Texas Education Agency.
Student classroom assignment letters will be sent via email this year. In order to receive this email, you MUST have completed the annual enrollment online.
Parents: It's time to update your Annual Enrollment information for each child registered in Tomball ISD. Click the image to the left to go to the Annual Enrollment webpage.
As the 2018-19 academic school year approaches, Tomball ISD continues to strive on its belief that culture cultivates character and accountability and with that, nine schools in the district use Great Expectations (GE) summer training to achieve excellence in learning and living.
As schools develop and change, an advanced campus leader must be willing to adapt and learn. For Tomball ISD, a summer experience at Harvard provided two of its top leaders that opportunity.
Tomball ISD principals Chris Scott (Tomball High) and Dr. Jo Ann Colson (Decker Prairie Elementary) represented the district on a national level by participating in a highly-sought after professional development program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s (HGSE) Principals’ Center.