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Important Message #3: Character Counts!

Preparing students for the workforce is the founding principle of public education. Integrity, respect, courtesy, responsibility, and citizenship are a few of the character skills necessary for success in any career. The development of these career skills in addition to high levels of academic achievement are vital for success for all Tomball ISD students in their chosen path after high school graduation.
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Important Message #2: Voice and Choice in Your Library

Public school libraries serve a vital role in public education. Tomball ISD provides a wide range of library materials for students that support student achievement and present varying levels of difficulty, diversity of appeal, and a variety of points of view.
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Important Message: No CRT in Tomball ISD

Over the past few months the district has received increased questions and concerns associated with “Critical Race Theory (CRT).”  Tomball ISD curriculum, nor any other operation whatsoever, within Tomball ISD has ever included any aspects of CRT.
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Campus Spotlight

 
Canyon Pointe Elementary opened in 2007 in the southwest part of the Tomball school district.  Dr. Valerie Petrzelka, Principal and Barbara Coleman, Assistant Principal were the first administrators.  The current administrative staff consists of Principal Erin Johnson, Assistant Principal Kathy Hannan and Counselor Brenda Becerril.  The population has grown from 650 to near 800 PK-4th grade English and Bilingual classes.
 
Canyon Pointe is a Great Expectations school.  Great Expectations (GE) is a teaching model which reflects a cooperative nature between the educator and the learner through shared leadership.  Leadership is not a title given to one person but is developed in all as a result of a supportive and challenging learning environment.  Shared leadership is based on well-defined roles and responsibilities within the entire learning community.  When learners and educators work together to set goals and achieve them, excellence is inevitable, and the learner will achieve them, excellence is inevitable and the learner will achieve more than was ever thought possible. (Great Expectation Methodology Manual, p.77).

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