We strive to meet the intellectual, academic and social emotional needs of
the gifted learner by providing more depth, more complexity and independent
study beyond the regular curriculum. Our program serves students by providing a
relevant and deeper understanding of all the world has to offer.
We strive to motivate our students to become lifelong learners and leaders.
I LOVE TEACHING! I truly enjoy working with my students and making their
day a fun and educational experience.
Here is my background...I graduated from the University of Houston in 1994
and in 2000 decided that what I really wanted to do was to become a teacher. I
went back to school and received my alternative teaching certification and
haven't looked back since. I have taught in both Cypress Fairbanks I.S.D.
and Tomball I.S.D. since October 2001. I am multi-certified in Elementary
Education (EE through 4th), Gifted and Talented, English
as a Second Language and Generic Special Education (Pk-12th). I am married
and have two young sons, William and Joshua.
I feel blessed to be able to meet so many wonderful families and to be a
part of the lives of my students.
Please feel free to contact me via e-mail, telephone, or by writing a note.
You are welcome to visit www.tomballisd.net for additional information about our school district.
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The Gifted and Talented Department cordially invites you to:
The 2017 GT Student Showcase
An exhibit of advanced level products by Gifted and Talented students from the elementary and intermediate campuses
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Creekview Elementary School
8877 West Harmony Trail
The Woodlands, TX 77375
Please RSVP to your GT Specialist by May 12, 2017.
Attendees please arrive by 6:30 p.m.
Event will close by 7:30 p.m.
KINDERGARTEN GIFTED & TALENTED SCREENING
All Kindergarten students will be screened for Gifted & Talented services throughout the fall semester. Kindergarten screening is not based on requests or nomination, and there is no action required on the part of parents. Students will be evaluated for problem-solving skills, logical reasoning, and cognitive maturity.
If your Kindergarten student meets the minimum criteria on the screening tasks, you will be notified in writing (by January 20th) that further testing is in order. At that point, you will receive required forms to complete and return, in order to continue with the testing process.
If you have any questions about the GT Screening process for Kindergarten, please contact me at email@example.com.