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First Day of School for All Students Now September 8 - Revised School Calendar

TISD Board of Trustees approved changes to our 2020-21 School Calendar during a Special Board Meeting called on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Rather than begin school with all students in a virtual environment on August 18, Tomball ISD will push back the start of its 2020-2021 school year and begin either with face-to-face instruction or in our Tomball Virtual School on Tuesday, September 8, depending on the choice your family made via our Commitment Form.
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Return to Excellence - Reopening 2020

Tomball ISD is excited to welcome our students back to school this Fall, whether in person or virtually. The District will offer families two instructional options for the Fall semester. Click to learn more about the options.
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Community Update - Return to School Options

Tomball ISD is excited to welcome our students back this Fall to, whether in person or virtually. The District will offer families two instructional options for the Fall semester. Parents will have the option of choosing the model that is best for their student(s).
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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 Barbara Coleman, 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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