Dear St. Anne Catholic School Families:

Summer is flying by and we find ourselves already counting down to the start of the 2022-2023 school year. We take great pride and pleasure in welcoming you to our school community. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with you and your children to make this upcoming school year great.

We believe that everything we do is in answer to a call to become part of something of great importance - sharing in the work of Jesus Christ. We do that by making Jesus known and loved through our words and actions, and molding our students as His disciples. Our purpose as a school is fulfilled when people are drawn to a closer relationship with Jesus, while experiencing the blessings and traditions of a Catholic education. We invite all members of our school community to join us in embracing and living the theme of this school year - GRACE. It will serve as our guide in interacting and working with all, as together we spread the love of Christ.

It is our hope that you are having a safe, relaxing, and fun-filled summer with quality time for family and friends. As you read this newsletter, you will find our staff is busy organizing and getting ready for the start of the year. Be sure to read through the Crusader Connection for important information about upcoming events, school goals, and uniforms.

We look forward to seeing our returning families again and getting to know our new families. We thank everyone in advance for working with us to make the coming school year the best year yet.

Thank you for choosing St. Anne Catholic School.

Only by His Grace,

Kendall Shamas, Ed.D


The school office is open daily from 9am to 2pm for the months of June and July.

The office is closed July 4 - July 15.


School Goals 2022-2023

Our annual school improvement goals are drawn from our long-range strategic planning as well as local, Archdiocesan and accreditation initiatives. In 2022-2023 we will:


  • Strengthen our Catholic Identity by strengthening our relationship with the parish; encourage members of the school community to participate in parish ministries, programs, and activities.
  • Increase parishioner involvement in school activities such as fundraising, volunteering, and curricular/extracurricular programs.
  • Form a religion committee consisting of parish and school representatives.
  • Strengthen ways to integrate faith into activities and programs in a visible and consistent manner.
  • Continue to strengthen curriculum & instruction by implementing the new Science and Social Studies guidebooks curriculum from the archdiocese; integrate writing across all content areas, implement a new ELAR textbook series for K-8th grade.
  • Increase efforts to market our school and grow enrollment.
  • Develop a comprehensive marketing and development plan.
  • Strengthen our technology program by purchasing needed hardware to enhance instruction in the classrooms; explore options to use technology for innovative ways to enhance instruction.
  • Focus staff professional development on Differentiation, new curriculum materials, Social Emotional Learning, NWEA, data decision making, and technology.
  • Focus parent education on student academic and social success through topics such as student spiritual formation, study skills, high school prep, standardized testing, discipline, and digital citizenship.
  • Explore, identify, and implement means to provide additional revenue growth for the school.
  • Implement required health and safety protocols to ensure the safest environment for our students and staff while in the school building.
2020-2025 Long Range Strategic Plan

Uniform Information 

The uniform Guidelines flyers are attached Girls Uniform Guide (here) and Boys Uniform Guide (here) and can be found on our school website.  

When shopping this summer, here are some answers to frequently asked questions: 

  • All logo, embroidered and plaid items must be purchased through Land’s End.

  • Shop early to avoid any delays.

  • Our Spirit Days fall on the last Friday of each month. Every student will be provided with a new spirit shirt at the start of the school year. 

  • PE Uniforms are required for 5th - 8th grades. Pre-Order information is included in the Athletics Section below. 

  • Rolling Backpacks are not permitted.

  • Lunch boxes and backpacks may not display inappropriate words or images.

  • Make sure to purchase a water bottle for your student to bring to school daily.


  • Shoes may be of any color or combination of colors. See Uniform Guideline for more information. 

  • Dress shoes are required on Mass days for all students. See Uniform Guideline for more information. 

  • School Supplies and a Spirit Shirt are included with the enrollment fee. Additional specialty items may be requested by the teacher at the start of the school year.
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Students in grades 5-8  may choose to participate in our athletic programs, where a variety of sports are optional. If students choose to participate, a updated athletic physical is required annually. The required 2022-2023 Pre-Participation Physical is attached below for your convenience.  

PE Uniforms are required for students in grades 5-8. PE Uniforms can be pre-ordered prior to August 5. Pre-ordered PE uniforms will be distributed on August 15 at the Meet the Teacher Event. Order forms will be available on August 15 for any student that missed the pre order deadline.   

2022-2023 Athletic Physical

Sports Physical/Immunization Event - click here to view details


2022-2023 Important Dates: 

First Day of School:

Tuesday, August 16 (noon dismissal)

Thanksgiving Vacation:

November 21 - 25

Christmas Vacation:

December 19 - January 2

Spring Break:

March 13-17

Last Day of School:

May 25 (noon dismissal)

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Required Volunteer and Safe Haven Training 

Safe Environment: The protection of children is a responsibility that belongs to everyone as a matter of charity and justice. All volunteers and staff must be CMG Safe Haven trained to work with children within the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Please plan time to take the online, self-paced, Safe Environment Course (CMG Connect). This course certification is entirely free, online, easy to complete, and valid for five years.

Click on the link below to register. You will not need to print the certificate since all your training completion dates are retained in the system. If you have any questions or need some assistance, please email Elizabeth in the school office.

Click here to register for CMG Safe Haven Training



You will be required to complete a criminal background check as part of the registration process. 


Under the Affiliation tab answer the following questions:

·       “Primary Parish/School” – Answer: St. Anne Catholic School - Tomball

·       “Select A Role” – Answer: Volunteer.

·        “I participate as a/an” – Answer: #2 Volunteer (Church/Archdiocesan Catholic School)


From your Dashboard – Click: Start Safe Environment Mandatory Training– Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.


On the last page of the curriculum, submit your background check information. Please enter your name as listed on your government issued identification.


  • Note: The training will remain In Progress until your background check is processed and reviewed by the Archdiocese. This can take up to 2 weeks.

Around St. Anne Catholic Parish

St. Anne Catholic Church Weekly Schedule


WEDNESDAY | 8:30 AM and 6:30PM


FRIDAY | 8:30 AM (Anointing of the Sick after Mass)

SATURDAY | 5:00 PM English | First Saturday of the Month Mass 8:00 AM

SUNDAY |8:00 AM and 10:00 AM English

12:00 PM (Noon) Spanish


THURSDAYS | 5:00-6:00 PM | Parish Hall


THURSDAYS | After 8:30 AM Mass until 7:00 PM



About Us

St. Anne Catholic School calls young people to holiness; preparing them to proclaim and live the Gospel message of Jesus Christ; through the education and formation of the whole person. 

St. Anne Catholic School - Tomball

Telephone: (281) 351-0093

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