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3rd and 4th Grade Recorder Order

Order your third and fourth grader's recorder for use during music class on School Cash Online by clicking the article title above. Please place your order on or before Friday, November 22, 2019.
HeartWise

HeartWise© Health Assessment

We will be offering the HeartWise© comprehensive health assessment on-site at your campus. All testing will be covered by your health insurance with NO OUT OF POCKET COSTS, even if you have health coverage other than TRS ActiveCare.
Art showcase

An Evening with the Artists

Tomball ISD artists joined together to celebrate their artwork on display at the Tomball Community Art Showcase at the LSC-Tomball library.
ConnectED sponsored by Telge Roofing

ConnectED Podcast with Dr. Z

ConnectED Podcast with Dr. Z features special guests in a monthly episode that provides valuable insight into Tomball ISD and how its defining excellence in education and connecting with the community.
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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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