Tomball Independent School District

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Tomball Independent School District
TISD Seal.jpg
Tomball, Texas
US United States
District information
Type Public
Motto Our children are the promise of our future.
Grades K-12
Established April 1937
Superintendent Huey Kinchen
Accreditation Met Standard
Schools 18
Students and staff
Students 13,190 (2015)
District mascot THS: Cougar
TMHS: Wildcat
Colors THS: Red & White
TMHS: Navy & Silver
Other information

Tomball Independent School District is a school district serving Tomball, Texas (US).

Tomball ISD serves some areas in northern Harris County and southwestern Montgomery County, Texas, including the city of Tomball, Village Creek, Creekside Park Village (a section of The Woodlands), and the communities of Hufsmith, Decker Prairie, and Rose Hill.

Tomball ISD is part of the taxation base for Lone Star College (formerly North Harris Montgomery Community College District).

In 2010, the school district was rated "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]


Three new Tomball ISD campuses were scheduled to open in 2015.[2]

Vision, Mission, and Goals[edit]

District Vision
Tomball ISD students are well prepared for life and equipped with unlimited opportunities.

District Mission
Tomball ISD serves students through a culture that provides an innovative, personally rigorous and individually valuable education, reflective of community standards.

District Goals
Goal 1: Tomball ISD students will succeed academically and in the work place.

Goal 2: Tomball ISD will promote a climate reflective of community standards.

Goal 3: Tomball ISD will retain and recruit quality staff.

Goal 4: Tomball ISD will continuously pursue innovative teaching and learning practices.

Goal 5: Tomball ISD will be fiscally responsible.


Position Official Title Notes
Superintendent Huey Kinchen
Asst. Superintendent Chris Trotter
Asst. Superintendent Dr. Darlene Blair
Asst. Superintendent David Schuelke
Chief Financial Officer Jim Ross
Board of Trustees, Position 1 Kathy Handler Elected November 2010 (unopposed)
Board of Trustees, Position 2 Michael J. Pratt Elected November 2010.
Board of Trustees, Position 3 John E. McStravick Vice President Elected 2000. Reelected November 2010 (unopposed)
Board of Trustees, Position 4 Mark Lewandowski Elected 2003. Reelected November 2010 (unopposed)
Board of Trustees, Position 5 Ken Odom President Elected November 2004.
Board of Trustees, Position 6 Sam A. Gregson Secretary Elected November 2001.
Board of Trustees, Position 7 Lisa R. Nicholas Assistant Secretary Appointed May 2004

School Campuses[edit]

Tomball ISD Administration Office building located at the corner Cherry Street and West Main Street (FM 2920).
School Principal 2014–15


Grades Opened 2015 Rating
Tomball High School Gregory T. Quinn 1,619 9-12 1974 Met Standard
Tomball Memorial High School Carol M. Houston 1,939 9-12 2011 Met Standard
Creekside Park Junior High Chris Scott N/A 6-8 2016 N/A
Tomball Junior High Chad Allman 715 7-8 1993 Met Standard
Willow Wood Junior High Robert C. Frost 1,028 7-8 2003 Met Standard
Northpointe Intermediate Darrell McReynolds 1,012 5-6 2003 Met Standard
Oakcrest Intermediate Lee Wright N/A 5-6 2015 N/A
Tomball Intermediate Crystal Romero-Mueller 715 5-6 1993 Met Standard
Canyon Pointe Elementary Barbara Coleman 980 PK-4 2008 Met Standard
Creekside Forest Elementary Jeanine Deyoe 762 PK-5 2009 Met Standard
Creekview Elementary Royce (Daron) Aston N/A PK-5 2015 N/A
Decker Prairie Elementary Jo Ann Colson 601 PK-4 1983 Met Standard
Lakewood Elementary Deanna Porter 765 K-4 1983 Met Standard
Rosehill Elementary Gregory A. Chappell Jr. 559 PK-4 2003 Met Standard
Timber Creek Elementary Lauren Thompson 651 KG-5 2012 Met Standard
Tomball Elementary Pamella Chatham 739 PK-4 1998 Met Standard
Wildwood Elementary Sherry Baker N/A PK-4 2015 N/A
Willow Creek Elementary Teresa Sullivan 898 PK-4 1998 Met Standard
Tomball Alternative Education Center Becky Dale

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "2010 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. 
  2. ^ Kirk, Bryan. "Tomball set to open three new campuses." Houston Chronicle. August 13, 2015. Retrieved on August 14, 2015.

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