Tomball ISD has released an updated set of preliminary maps for the district’s ongoing boundary redesign, according to the district’s website.

The gist

TISD held two listening tours—on Nov. 8 and 15—where parent feedback was collected on proposed maps showing new attendance boundaries for the district’s K-12 schools.

The latest draft of the district’s proposed attendance boundaries for the schools are dubbed Plan 4, and they are an update of a previous proposal—Plan 3—with modifications suggested during the district’s listening tours, according to the district’s website.
  • To view Plan 4 for TISD’s elementary schools, click here.
  • To view Plan 4 for TISD’s intermediate schools, click here.
  • To view Plan 4 for TISD’s junior high schools, click here.
  • To view Plan 4 for TISD’s high schools, click here.
TISD's current boundary map is pictured below.

Stay tuned

The district’s District Zone Reset Committee—comprised of TISD parents and campus principals—will hold its second and final meeting about the proposed boundary maps on Dec. 8. The committee's first meeting was held Oct. 25, according to TISD's website.

On Jan. 8, the committee is expected to propose the final map drafts to TISD’s board of trustees, who are then expected to consider approving the maps during a regular meeting Jan. 9.

In case you missed it

On Oct. 10, Tomball ISD administrators outlined the process for evaluating the attendance boundaries of all 23 campuses.
  • The catalysts for the boundary redesign are student population growth in the district and new schools opening in the West Complex in upcoming years, according to a Nov. 9 email from TISD administrators.
Before TISD’s Nov. 8 town hall meeting, three plans were released for the district’s elementary, intermediate, junior high and high school boundaries.
  • To view plans 1-3 on TISD's website, click here.