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Bond 2017 Approved

Tomball ISD voters approved a $275 million bond referendum, known as Bond 2017, on Tuesday, November 7. The unofficial vote was 2,658 for the bond and 927 against. The votes will become official when the vote tally is canvassed. We appreciate your support of our students and Bond 2017.
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GT Testing for New TCES Students

Welcome new students! Parent requests for Gifted & Talented screening is open until September 13th for students NEW to Tomball ISD. Permission forms for testing can be picked up in the front office or downloaded from clicking on the attachment here:
http://ces.tomballisd.net/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=534359&type=u&pREC_ID=793740
Questions? Contact Sheri Sims at sherisims@tomballisd.net.

Test results will be sent home by letter during the first week of October. Students testing during the fall window will be eligible for re-testing the spring of the following school year. Returning students and new students who were not tested in the fall are eligible for testing during our spring window.
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Annual Enrollment

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.
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We Appreciate Our Board of Trustees

Tomball ISD is proud to honor the Board of Trustees during Board Recognition Month. Please take the opportunity to thank our trustees for their hard work and dedication to our school district. Board members serving Tomball ISD are John E. McStravick, president, Mark Lewandowski, vice president, Matt Schiel, secretary, Michael Pratt, assistant secretary, Sam Gregson, trustee, Kathy Handler, trustee, and Lee McLeod, trustee.
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Awarded Campus Distinction: Texas Honor Roll School

We’re proud to be named a #TXHonorRoll school #STARSchool, which recognizes high performing, achievement gap closing schools across the state. The Honor Roll is the only school recognition program in the state using student achievement outcomes as the criteria, and is a growing resource for all schools to learn about best practices that increase student achievement. Honor Roll uses data from the non-profit Educational Results Partnership, the largest longitudinally-linked, actionable school system of data in the country. http://edresults.org/HonorRoll/HonorRoll
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