Tomball Education Foundation Awards Tomball ISD Educators with Grants for 2020-2021

The Tomball Education Foundation recently honored Tomball ISD educators with over $43,000 in grant funding, across eight different campuses. The funds will be dedicated to creative projects that will be submitted through the grant process.

The Tomball Education Foundation gives funding for education-oriented activities and projects that are outside the means of traditional education funding. These funds are used to help students reach greater heights, develop new skills, support and encourage the continued excellence of their staff, and bring community involvement to civic organizations, individuals, and businesses within their community.

TEF has awarded over $150,000 in grant funding to Tomball ISD teachers, since 2018. Congratulations to these 2020-2021 grant recipients:

Creekside Forest Elementary
Awarded $4613.80 for the Be and Influencer grant.
Educators: Cecelia Lummus, Schanen Rivera, Michelle Bisig.

Creekside Forest Elementary
$3815.81 awarded for The Blended Art Room- Leading in Creating the Future grant.
Educators: Michelle Bisig.

Tomball High School and Tomball Junior High School
Awarded $2909.95 for the Soaring with Drones grant.
Educators: Regina Garceau and Jennifer Fenn.

Tomball High School
Awarded $1633.89 for the Drones in School grant.
Educators: Jennifer Fenn.

Tomball Junior High School
Awarded $2000.00 for the Reading for Independence and Inclusivity, C-Pen Reader Technology grant.
Educators: Tara Towler and Brea Timmons.

Tomball Connections Academy
Awarded $2749.00  for the Empowered with Skills for Life - Second Step grant.
Educators: Jennifer McCready and Bob Thompson.

Tomball Intermediate School
Awarded $2184.00 for the Mightier Self-Calming Learning Lab grant.
Educators: Gwendolyn Pitarra and Myriam Khan.

Tomball Intermediate School
Awarded $1466.36 for the Sustainable Native Texas Outdoor Ecosystem and Learning Space grant.
Educators: Allison Bearden and Shelly Sheffield

Grand Oaks Elementary
Awarded $4901.90 for the Up Close & Virtual: Virtual Reality in Art, Music, and Physical Education Grant.
Educators:
Meredith Holmes
Stephanie Scott
Timothy Trammell
Gaylynn Anderson
Jessica Hughes
And Candice Turner

Canyon Pointe Elementary
Awarded $4973.36 for Headphones for Bilingual Students.
Educators: Ana Woodall

Lakewood Elementary
Awarded $5000.00 for integrating computer science into the curriculum.
Educators: Laurie Taylor, Heather Oliver, and Ngoc Huynh.

Lakewood Elementary
Awarded $5000.00 for a From Digital Consumers to Creators grant.
Educators: Laurie Taylor.

Lakewood Elementary
Awarded $2082.45 For optimizing science with mixed-reality and STEM projects. OPTIMIZING SCIENCE WITH
Educators: Ngoc Huynh.