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A Reminder for our Classroom Party

Hello Parents and guardians,
Don't forget tomorrow is early dismissal at 12:50 p.m. Our classroom party will be from 11:45-12:15. We will be playing board games during our party and would greatly appreciate it if you would send a game with your student tomorrow. We will return the game at the end of the party. Thank you so much for your help and support. See you there!

Transportation Change Form

Hello Parents and Guardians!
I have uploaded the transportation change form to the side banner links on my teacher webpage for your use anytime there is a need to change your student's normal transportation arrangement. The need for this form was discussed during our Parent Orientation. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

Online Book Access

Great News! 
We are now able to access our textbook online. Here are the directions:


Log in:

1. Go to our unique login site (bookmark this page).​

2. Sign in using the student’s unique username and password provided.

a. Username: Tomball + [student id #]

b. Password: TISD + [student id #] + [First and last initial capitalized]


John Doe

Username: Tomball123456 (no spaces)

Password: TISD123456JD (no spaces)
Once you log in, select your book by doing the following:
  • Click on the Subject.
  • Click on the Name of Textbook enVision Math Texas 2.0 Grade 4
  • Click on Classes tab
  • Click on Math Assignments
  • Click on eText & Tools
  • Dropdown to Grade 04 Accessible Student Edition 
Parents, please send an email if you're unable to access the page.

Conduct Sheets

Conduct sheets went home today in our fourth graders' folders for the first time. Please look over it, sign, and send it back to school with your student tomorrow.

I wanted to share a brief explanation regarding how conduct grades are figured. We explained to the students today that we have high expectations of our students in fourth grade. For a student to be considered "excellent," the student needs to truly have had excellent behavior, meaning that a teacher has not had to correct the child's behavior at all that week. "Satisfactory" means that their behavior has been acceptable, but not perfect. If a student generally has good behavior, but sometimes needs a reminder of how to behave, this is the conduct grade that will be assigned. That being said, please don't panic if you child has an S for one or more of their classes this week. It means they are normal! While "E" is certainly something to strive for, "S" is another indicator of acceptable behavior at school.
The other fourth grade teachers and I have been bragging about how wonderful your children are for the past few weeks. We are lucky to have such great students!
Thanks for your support. Let me know if you have any questions! Email me at