Tomball ISD

A Look Back at October 2021

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VISION

Tomball ISD students will lead in creating the future.


MISSION

Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences.

Superintendent of Schools: Dr. Martha Salazar-Zamora

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Pictured: (L-R) Jim Ross, Chief Financial Officer, Dr. Amy Schindewolf, Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Martha Salazar-Zamora, Superintendent, Dr. Steven Gutierrez, Chief Operating Officer

Tomball ISD is governed by an elected seven-member board. School Board members are guardians of the public trust and, through the policies they make, are ultimately responsible for the success or failure of local public education. The board serves as the advocate for educational excellence for the community’s youth and puts those interests first.

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Pictured: (L-R) Justin Unser, President Matt Schiel, Michael J. Pratt, Superintendent Dr. Martha Salazar-Zamora, Vice President Kathy Handler, Mark Lewandowski, Assistant Secretary John E. McStravick, Secretary Lee McLeod

Tomball ISD Schools Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

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CFES' Peanut Butter Drive

The Creekside Forest Elementary School community stepped up and answered the Peanut Butter Drive call once again, producing 6,600 jars of peanut butter equating to 12,142 pounds, all of which were donated to local, non-profit organizations.


Read more here.

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A passion for swimming turned into a love for serving others for this local Tomball family.


The Goudekets own and operate FINS Swim School and since 2000, have devoted their time and energy to creating a safe, world-class experience for those learning to swim.


For son Liam, he has been a part of the FINS journey for over 15 years, led by parents Bill and Kathy.


Liam is a Tomball native, having attended Lakewood Elementary, Tomball Junior High and later graduating from Tomball High School in 1997.


“I was born in Oklahoma but moved to Tomball when I was only a year old. I wasn’t born here but we got here as fast as we could,” Liam said.


During his time in school, Liam was a part of the football team and remembers going to games on Friday nights or getting dropped off at the Tomball movie theater.


“Tomball has always been a special place,” he said. “It has amazing schools, a great downtown, good freeway access to get in and out of town easily, and a great community with amenities like parks and restaurants.”


Read more here.

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Homegrown is Tomball ISD's new way of recognizing those who call Tomball home.


We are looking for any teacher or staff member who is a Tomball ISD alumni OR served as a student teacher who was then hired to teach in the district.

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