Theme for the Week: “Life is your journey. Travel drug free”
Monday: Strong together against bullying and drugs. Wear patriotic clothing.
Tuesday: Be all you can be, drug free. Wear camo.
Wednesday: Real Heroes don’t do drugs. Dress as your hero.
Thursday: My future is bright. Wear a shirt that represents your favorite college.
Friday: Team up against drugs! Wear team jerseys or school spirit shirt.
Click on the icon to order your running t-shirt or hoodie.
Parents can now pay for items online using the School Cash system.
Some benefits to using the system are:
Convenient – Parents can make purchases 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Control – Eliminate lost checks or cash
Timely – Payments are reflected online immediately
Secure – Ensures private and secure transmissions
Accessible – View historical purchases and payments online
Options - Pay online with credit, debit, cash card, or check
Languages - Website available in English or Spanish
*Create your account first
Helpful hints: you'll need to remember to use the following:
-student 6 digit ID#
-4 digit birth year ex. 2010
To access: click on the icon for directions
Parents are invited to a presentation about understanding various experiences their sons and daughters may face during their pre-teen and teenage years. We look forward to seeing you there!
Box Tops help us earn cash for our school and the proceeds help meet the educational needs of our students.
Directions: Collect the box tops, check the dates (no expiration dates), cut out and place 50 box tops per sandwich bag then return them to your teacher.
Due date: Thursday, October 25th
WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) is an innovative program developed by the National Center for Fathering. The program provides fathers an opportunity to be a positive and active role-model for their child at school. Fathers get a glimpse of their child’s everyday world. As a result, they can learn to relate better to their child and connect with them. By volunteering you not only impact your child in a positive way, but other children as well.
To learn more, click on the image
Don't forget to complete the TISD Volunteer Application as well.
Tomball ISD students were, for the second straight year, exposed to learning and critical thinking sessions incorporating STEAM exercises.