Vol. 21 Issue #14 October 25-29
We are half way through the first semester and are excited about all of the amazing things that have happened on our campus in such a short period of time. Our students, parents, staff and community have had the opportunity to experience and be a part of Senior Sunrise, Meet the Wildcats, Rock The block, Open House, Homecoming, PSAT, Senior Picnic and much much more. Our students and staff have been working hard and we are excited about the opportunities ahead of us. As always we encourage everyone to be actively engaged with our campus throughout the year. Please make sure you stay up to date on everything happening at TMHS by checking the Wildcat Weekly that goes out every Saturday morning along with following us on Twitter and Facebook.
- Dr. Bailey
College Board Advanced Placement Students:
The deadline to pay for the AP Exams is November 8th. Use THIS LINK to pay for your exams. Payments after November 8th will have an additional $40 late feed added. If you have questions reach out to your AP teacher.
Student Report Cards:
Parents: Please use the Home Access Center to view your student's report cards. Use THIS LINK to be directed to the Home Access Center. If you are having issues logging in, contact your student's alpha pod secretary. Hard copies of report cards will NOT be sent home.
College Board Advanced Placement Students:
Student Report Cards:
Students: It is imperative that you are on time for school and each class so you can set yourself up for success, earn credits, and not lose any possible exemptions!
Click the button above to view the regular and early release bell schedules for the 2021-22 school year.
For all senior information, please refer to emails from Mrs. Henry. These are emailed to parents and then posted in the C/O 22 Google Classroom.
Balfour will have a parent night on Monday, October 18, 5pm-7pm for parents to order caps, gowns, and graduation announcements.
Balfour will be back during all lunches on Tuesday, October 19, and Wednesday, October 20.
Trash Bag Sales Fundraiser: The Senior Trash bag fundraiser was launched last week! The purpose of this fundraiser is to provide funds for the 2022 Senior Prom. The cost of the prom is approximately $40,000. We want to be able to plan and provide a beautiful, memorable 2022 senior prom. Senior participation in the fundraiser is critical. Seniors who sell 16 rolls will receive a free prom ticket and two free prom tickets if they sell 32 rolls. Each roll is $12.00.
Senior Portraits: Seniors must have taken their senior portraits with Prestige Photography by November 6, 2021.
Graduation! TMHS Class of 2022 Graduation ceremony will be held at Reed Arena on the campus of Texas A&M on Friday, May 27 at 2pm.
Tomball ISD Principal Partners are community leaders who participate in a project in TISD designed to:
Increase awareness and understanding among individuals in the private sector of the strengths and challenges of schools in Tomball ISD
Demonstrate the private sector's commitment to ensuring a quality education for all students
Strengthen communication between the schools and the communities they serve
Click HERE for more details!
All students utilizing campus parking must have their parking permit tag visible in their vehicle while parked on school grounds. Any student without a visible parking permit is not allowed to park on school grounds. Parking permits may be purchased through the front office.
All HOME TMHS athletic contest tickets are being sold online. Please visit THIS LINK to purchase your tickets to support the Wildcats!
Morning Student Drop-off
Please take a look at the graphic above regarding student and staff parking as well as procedures for car rider drop off. As always, exercise extra caution when dropping and picking up students.
Student Cell Phone Reminders
- Cell phones may be used during class for instructional purposes and in accordance with each teacher’s guidelines. Please note that teachers may choose to prohibit cell phone use in their classrooms.
- Cell phones may be used before and after school, between class periods, and during lunch as long as students follow TISD acceptable use guidelines.
Student Dress Code
We will continue to enforce our dress code policies per the TISD Student handbook with an emphasis continuing on the following items:
- All students must wear clothing that adequately covers the body. Shorts and/or skirts must reach the mid-thigh. Spaghetti straps, strapless, backless, see-through and low-cut tops are not allowed. Tops must cover the midriff.
- All male students must be clean-shaven and may not display any piercings including the ear.
- Students are not allowed to wear hats, bandanas, or other head coverings.
- Student hair must be that of natural color. Students that need to address this particular portion can meet with their Assistant Principal to discuss a solution and timeline.
All dress code policies can be found in the TISD Student Handbook linked HERE.
JROTC Wreaths Across America
Please visit THIS LINK for additional information and to purchase wreaths.
From TMHS PTO:
The TMHS PTO Membership Drive is in full swing!
We’re excited to introduce a new fundraiser that we are confident you will find super informative and of great value!
TMHS PTO is partnering with Your Teen Media, which specializes in advice and support for parents of teenagers, to bring the Destination→College series to our high school families. Destination→College is an 8-part exploration of the college process led by top experts in the field. When you purchase the series for a low price, the videos are available for you to watch at any time and in any order, and TMHS PTO will receive 20% of each purchase. At checkout, please use the code THANKYOU for 10% off!
Click HERE to access purchase options.
Get your Wildcat Gear!
The TMHS Cheer Booster Club has NEW Wildcat Merchandise items for all Wildcat fans to choose from!
You can use this link to access the online store, or use the QR code in the graphic to access the store!
This is the TMHS Cheer Booster Club’s major fundraising effort, so come out and support TMHS Cheer and show your WILDCAT pride in some Wildcat gear!
You can get all of your information and updates for the TMHS College and Career Center by clicking the button!
Tomball Memorial High School
Meet your 2021-2022 TMHS Administration and Counseling Staff
Dr. Jeff Bailey - Principal
Jill Hayes - Associate Principal of Curriculum and Instruction
Charlie Gerszewski - Associate Principal of Building and Operations
Jade Lopez - Assistant Principal
(Alpha office A - Cri and Freshman Sand - Z)
Sheri Forsyth - Counselor (Alpha office A - Cri)
Dr. Mary Endress - Assistant Principal
(Alpha office Hop - Mon and Sophomores Sand - Z)
Erika Zeno - Counselor (Alpha office Hop - Mon)
Kyle Dunn - Assistant Principal
(Alpha office Cro - Hoo and Juniors Sand - Z)
Mark Floyd - Counselor (Alpha office Cro - Hoo)
Meredith Henry - Assistant Principal
(Alpha office Moo - Sanc and Seniors Sand - Z)
Brenna Williamson - Counselor (Alpha office Moo - Sanc)
Lashelle Nix - Counselor
Alpha office Sand - Z for all grades