Contact Information
Tarkington Middle School
2770 FM 163
Cleveland, Texas 77327
Phone: 281-592-7737
Fax: 281-592-5241
TMS Campus Calendar
Upcoming Events
TMS Bell Schedule

Tutorials – 7:30 – 7:50

1st period – 7:55 – 8:45

2nd period – 8:49 – 9:39

3rd period – 9:43 – 10:33

4th period – 10:37 – 11:27

5th period A – 11:27 – 11:57

5th period B – 11:57 – 12:27

5th period C – 12:27 – 12:57

6th period – 1:01 – 1:51

7th period – 1:55 – 2:45

8th period – 2:49 – 3:39

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 2017 STAAR Testing schedule for the Spring

3/28 - Math 8; Writing 7; Algebra I Benchmark

3/29 - Reading 8

3/30 - Make Ups

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5/3 - Algebra I EOC

5/8 - Retest Math 8; Math 7; Math 6

5/9 - Retest Reading 8; Reading 7; Reading 6

5/10 - Science 8

5/11 - Social Studies 8

5/12 - Make Ups

The schedule can also be found online at http://tea.texas.gov/student.assessment/calendars/


The School Year Looks Great On Paper!

The friends, the activities, the moments.

Don't miss out on the TMS 2016/2017 Yearbook.  
A book of memories made for the students by the students.

Order Online: www.jostens.com    *select Tarkington MIDDLE School

OR you can send $35 check payable to Jostens 

to school with your child's information: 

student's full name, grade & contact number


In case of inclement weather, drop-off and pick-up will be at the covered sidewalk by the Band Hall doors. 


Student Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures

Please click here to see the procedures regarding dropping off students in the mornings.


 


 

Michael Kelley                         Robin Shinn                               Tiffany Rachal

         Principal                                  Asst. Principal                                   Counselor

 

Barbie Braud                                                                Shari Gilmore

Principal’s Secretary                                                       PEIMS Clerk

Mission Statement

TMS Mission Statement

The mission of Tarkington Middle School is to provide opportunities to ensure each student achieves his or her greatest potential through support of these academic and citizenship elements:

Solutions to problems in preparation for the future
High standards of achievement; mastery beyond curricular basics
Opportunities for learning and growing in a holistic atmosphere
Responsible members of the community
Thoughtful actions, "think twice before you act"
Honesty in all situations
Organization skills to meet the needs of today's students
Respect for all, for yourself, and for what you do
Never losing sight of goals
Spirit to achieve and never give up

Teacher of the Month

August – Lauren Tooley
September – Terri Berry
October – Amy Boie
November – Chrystal Neelley
December – Mark Marshall
January – Kathy Stewart
February – Karen Deming

Paraprofessional of the Month

August – Becky Placker
September – Barbie Braud
October – Janet Collier
November – Anna Berry
December – Kristen Fuller
January – Shari Gilmore
February – Rhonda Daigle