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All About Mrs. Miller

I am a graduate of Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Science
in Elementary Education. This is my twenty ninth year teaching, and my
fifteenth year to teach in Tomball ISD. I spent the first 14 years teaching in
Humble ISD where my teaching experience included kindergarten, second, and third grade. My love for teaching and children is what keeps me finding new ways to increase the excitement for learning in my students. The key to
learning is keeping enthusiasm high and fostering teacher/student

My husband and I have two boys.  Ramsey, our oldest is entering his junior year in college.  Reagan is a sophomore at McMurry University in Abilene and is a member of the football team.  We will be burning up the road to and from Abilene this year.  Our family loves the fall because we are huge football fans!   We spend our weekends watching the Wildcats, Warhawks, Aggies and Cowboys during football season.

We spend our family time traveling Texas, catching the latest movie and visiting with family and friends. We love our summer trips to Garner State Park!

I look forward to a fantastic year with you and your child.   If you even have any questions or concerns please email me at:  roseannmiller@tomballisd.net

Recent Posts

Here's What's New in Mrs. Miller's Class

Whew!   What an eventful start to the 2017-18 school year!   I am so glad to be back at school and with your child.   This week as we work our way through our redo of the first week, we will be working on homework in class so the students will know what my expectations are for homework. 
I will send the blue homework folder home every Friday and it is due the following Friday.   Please help your child build responsibility and bring the folder from school to home every day.
This week we are learning class routines and expectations, basic math strategies, and reviewing safe and unsafe practices in science.
Parent Orientation will be rescheduled and I hope to see each of you there!

End of year events

Tuesday, May 30-Wear orange.   "Orange" you glad it's almost summer?
         Bring an extra snack for our movie hour.
Wednesday, May 31-Read in.   You may bring a towel, pillow and a flashlight for our Read in.   Class parties begin at 2:45.
Thursday, June 1-Wear red.  We're "ready" for summer!   Early dismissal at 12:50

Field Day help needed.... See note from Coach Spedden

Field Day is Friday, May 12th!  Thank you very much for all the people who already committed to helping out at field day.  Unfortunately, we do not have as many helpers as we need to have a successful day. 

If you can help, please e-mail Brenda Spedden at brendaspedden@tomballisd.net. We are needing help from 8:30am-11:15am and 12:30pm-3:15pm.  Thank you.

State Presentations

Over the past three weeks, your child has been researching a state and has created a google slide presentation.   The week after Easter vacation we will begin our class presentations for a grade in writing.   Please help your child practice their presentation so they they know the information and can present without reading from the slides.  If your child is not finished, they need to complete at home as we have spent three weeks completing in class.  You can log in by going into chrome and adding their information.  They need to enter their student number and the information below.   The password is tisd and their birthday 12232009

Here's what's new in Mrs. Miller's Class

Spelling - Homework blue folder will be sent home every Friday with the new words for the following week.   The spelling folder that should go back and forth to home and school every day.  For homework, students should study the pattern for the week, not just memorize the 16 words on the list.  This week's spelling pattern will have words with -ou (can NOT be used at the end of the word) and -ow (can be used at the end of the word) Visit spellingcity.com for extra practice.

Reader's Workshop - In Language Arts the students have selected a state to research.  They will be collecting information about the state capital and symbols, bordering states, year of statehood, bodies of water in that state, major cities, industries as well as come interesting facts about their state.   The students will use all of the information to write a persuasive paper trying to get persuade someone to visit their state.   We will be working on our research for another week or two so don't expect too many reading papers for now.   Have your child show you the google presentation located in their google chrome drive.
Math -We are moving into area, perimeter and measurement next week.   This is a short unit and we will be testing over these skills the following week.  Look for things to measure around the house.   If you have tile floors see if your child can find the area in a bathroom. 
Science -In Science we are learning about plants.  We have dissected seeds and planted our potato heads this week.  Lots of hands on activities going on in class as we learn about plants needs and parts.   

Field Trip-April 6th

The Second Grade field trip to the Tomball Museum Center is on Thursday, April 6th. Unfortunately, due to limited space, only the homeroom parent will be chaperoning at the museum.  Your child will need to bring a disposable lunch with their name on it and a drink to school that day.  

Parents are welcome to join us for lunch and fun at Jerry Matheson Park after the museum.  It is located at 1240 Ulrich Rd. Tomball, TX  77375.  Due to space constrictions, we request only parents meet us at the park.  Please make other arrangements for younger siblings. 

We are looking forward to a wonderful day!

Upcoming Field Trip

Your child will be bringing home a field trip permission slip on Friday, March 24th.  Please sign and return by Friday as our school nurse needs these ASAP.
Thank you in advance,

Mrs. Miller

PTO updates:


Run Wild @ the Creek packets are due this Thursday!   We still need fourteen more students to reach our goal of 100%.   If you are having trouble collecting $20 please see Mrs. Miller. 


Bring your family out to watch your teacher work McTeacher night at McDonalds! McDonalds is located at the corner of 249 S. & Northpointe Blvd.

Kindergarten   4:50 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.

First Grade      5:50 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.

Second Grace 6:20 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.

Third Grade     6:50 P.M. – 7: 30 P.M.

Fourth Grade: 7:20P.M. – 8:00 P.M.

SILENT AUCTION: If you would like to participate in the online Silent Auction, please do so by clicking the link below.  The silent auction will close Wednesday, March 8th at 9:00 P.M.

LINK: http://willowcreekpto.com/product-category/runwild2017auction/

RUN WILD @ the CREEK is THIS FRIDAY!!!!!  We encourage you to dress WILD and in the colors RED WHITE & BLUE!  Parents are welcome to attend and CHEER on their runner!


Third Grade:    9:00 - 10:00

Second Grade: 10:05 - 11:05

Fourth Grade: 11:10 – 12:10

Kindergarten: 12:40 – 1:40

First Grade:     1:45 – 2:45

Family Fit Night

This THURSDAY, March 2nd is Family Fit Night from 6PM - 7PM.

This is a FREE event! We will have Kara Janak of Camp Gladiator leading workouts and Mrs. Kristie Thorpe Brawley leading Zumba!

Cheer Grams, Signs, and Prize tickets will be available for purchase. Each student that attends receives a FREE Prize Ticket!

Join us in getting FIT with your family!!!!!

Heads up for next week...

We will be celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday with daily themes:
Monday-Wear silly or mismatched socks  "Fox in Sox"
Tuesday- Wear the color green.  "Green Eggs and Ham"
Wednesday-Wacky Wednesday-wear your clothes inside out, mismatched                                or inside out
Thursday-Dress as your favorite Dr. Seuss Character
Friday-Wear your favorite hat "Cat in the Hat Day"

Please return pictures or picture money by Friday, March 3rd
Please return Run Wild at the Creek packets also on Friday, March 3rd

Here's what's new in Mrs. Miller's class

Spelling - No spelling this week.

Reader's Workshop - In Reader's Workshop, we will be reading the nonfiction story "Helen Keller".  The students will locate text features within the text using prior knowledge.   We have been stopping and jotting facts about Helen Keller while we are reading.   The students will be using this facts during Writer's Workshop to write an expository paper about the life of Helen Keller for a major grade.
Writer's Workshop - During Writer's Workshop, we will write an expository paper of Helen Keller's life from beginning, middle and end.   We have stopped and jotted notes as we read several books about her life and watched an animated classic of Helen.
Math -We are learning about two and three dimensional figures.   We will be composing and decomposing plane figures to create new figures, count to find the number of vertices and sides and identify the shapes up to a twelve sided dodecagon.  
                                   triangle- 3 sides/3 vertices
                                   square- 4 sides/4 vertices
                                   rectangle- 4 sides/4 vertices
                                   trapezoid- 4 sides/4 vertices
                                   parallelogram- 4 sides/4 vertices
                                   rhombus- 4 sides/ 4 vertices
                                   pentagon- 5 sides/5 vertices
                                   hexagon- 6 sides/ 6 vertices
                                   heptagon- 7 sides/ 7 vertices
                                   octagon- 8 sides/ 8 vertices
                                   nonagon- 9 sides/ 9 vertices
                                   decagon-10 sides/ 10 vertices
                                   hendecagon-11 sides/ 11 vertices
                                   dodecagon-12 sides/ 12 vertices
Science -In Science we are investigating weather and weather tools.   We will also learn more about the water cycle.   

Run Wild at the Creek

Check your child's backpack....Run Wild at the Creek packets went home today!  You have until Friday, March 10th to turn in donations.   I'm pretty competitive, so I would LOVE to have 100% participation and win the Global Arts Party, Great American Cookie Cake and more!   See me if you are having trouble reaching your goal of $20.