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  • Virtual Character Parade!

    Come and join us for our first Virtual Character Day Parade. You may dress up as your favorite book character. With the help from a parent, you can be creative as you like. Make sure to have the book to show who or what you are representing. You must have an adult to upload your picture to the Virtual Character Parade Google Form. Parents, be sure that all pictures are in good taste and they represent inspiring literature that other students would love to read. Please put your child’s first and last name and the child’s grade level when you upload the one picture. All pictures must be submitted by October 28 to be able to participate in the virtual parade. Tice’s Virtual Parade should be ready to view on the school’s website on Monday, November 2, 2020. All grade levels can participate in the virtual parade. If you are a face to face student, you can participate in the virtual parade by having your parents submit your picture as well.

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  • Red Ribbon Week is coming up!

    Red ribbon week will be October 26-30.

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  • Click here for voting information.

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  • Tice Enrollment

    All student enrollment will be completed online. If you need assistance, please click on the link to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, please call 832-386-4065. The following Documents are required for New Student Enrollment: Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Parent/Guardian's driver's license or passport, Immunization records, Proof of Residency (New Student Enrollment) - Utility bill (water, gas or electric) or current lease dated within the last 30 days, Previous school records (ex. report cards, transcript or withdrawal forms)

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  • Phased in plan for students returning

    Click here for more information.

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  • Brighter Bites

    Brighter Bites is back! They provide fresh produce and lessons on healthy eating habits. Make sure you sign up today!

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  • Homework Hotline

    Click here to find out more about the Homework Hotline! Due to low call volume the homework hotline will discontinue Friday, October 23, 2020. You will still be able to contact the teachers during their scheduled office hours.

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  • WIFI Buses

    Please click here to view all of the WIFI bus hotspots.

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  • Meal Distribution Information

    There will be a bus delivery system with designated sites and stops. Bus delivery will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. The parent or guardian may be present, with or without their child(ren) to receive meals. If the parent is not present, the child(ren) will need to present one of the following items: Student ID number, Student ID card, or Official letter/ email from your child's campus

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  • Harris County Precinct 2 is offering a study area with free WIFI access.

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  • Click here for the parent orientation for digital learning!

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  • GPISD iReady Information

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  • GPISD iReady Information

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  • Reopening of Schools 2020-2021

    Plans are underway to welcome our students and staff back to school for the 2020-2021 school year! Please check this webpage often to keep updated on the latest news and plans for reopening our schools and to become familiar with the options presented to parents/guardians for their child(ren)s' educational settings for the 2020-2021 school year. Please note, however, that Reopening Plans are subject to change in order to remain in compliance with ever-changing guidance from our local and state officials, the Harris County Public Health Department (HCPH), the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

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  • Check out home learning opportunities from our activity team!

    Click on the different activity teachers for some fun ideas to use at home!

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  • Counselor Needs

    Please select the link to read a letter from your counselor and view a video message!

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  • Digital Story: 40th Anniversary

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