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About Mrs. McHone


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Thank you so much for visiting our class website!  I am thrilled to be your child's teacher!  I can't wait to join you, and your child, as we work together towards a successful year in first grade!  I can't wait to get to know you and your child, but first, I'll tell you a little about myself.
I am a graduate of the University of Houston-Clear Lake.  This will be my 11th year in education.  I am GT and ESL certified.  I started my teaching journey in Deer Park ISD, where I taught 2 years, before I made Tomball my new home.  I then taught 7 years at Decker Prairie Elementary School.  After taking a short leave, after my second child was born, I then returned to Tomball ISD, as a Wildwood Wildcat!
I have a wonderful husband, whom I have been married to for 13 years.  We have 2 beautiful children.  My son will be a 2nd grader at Wildwood and my sweet little girl is 4.  We live in the Tomball area and are so proud to be a part of this wonderful community!  Thank you for letting me be a part of your child's educational journey!
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Recent Posts

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Dr. Seuss!     

The week of February 25th we will be having a Seuss-tastic week! Each day we will be focusing on a different Dr.Seuss book. We will have different dress up days that revolve around the theme of that day.

Monday, February 25th- Oh the Places You’ll Go- Wear your college t-shirts!

Tuesday, February 26th- Green Eggs & Ham- Wear green!

Wednesday, February 27th- Wacky Wednesday- Wear your wackiest socks!

Thursday, February 28th- One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish – Wear red, white & blue

Friday, March 1st- Happy Birthday to You- Dress like your favorite Seuss character!

Go Texan Day: Friday, February 22nd
It's Rodeo time!!!
Dig out those cowboy boots, hats, and jeans and show us your best Texan outfit!

First Grade Important Dates:

The Holiday Season is upon us and Wildwood has some fun optional themed dress up days coming up so we wanted to give parents some time to prepare if you would like your child to participate along with the staff.

December 6th: Dress as one of the 12 Days of Christmas

December 10th: Ugly Holiday Sweater Day

December 12th: Grinch Day- Dress Grinchy or as a Who

December 17th: Dress as a favorite Holiday Movie Character (Frosty, Rudolph, Elf, Santa, etc.)

December 20th: Holiday Party 1st grade: 10:00-10:45

December 21st: Polar Express Day- Wear Pajamas

December 21st: Early Release at 12:50. Happy Holidays!

Save The Date: Thursday, November 15th for our Thanksgiving Poetry Celebration! Join us for refreshments and listen to poetry written by your very own poet! Celebration time is from 9:20-9:50 a.m.  Please RSVP by this Friday if you have not already done so.  Hope to see you there! 
The 50th day of school will be celebrated by the entire school this year, on October 31st. Come dressed in your best 50s wear!
Wednesday, October 31st is the 50th day of school.  Feel free to dress your child in 50s attire.  Please don't feel like you have to go out and buy anything.  Below are some easy ideas!
For girls: poodle skirts (full skirts) button-up sweaters, bobby socks, capri pants, pony tails, ribbons in hair, etc.
For boys: rolled up jeans, white t-shirts, leather jackets, slicked back hair, etc.
Friday will mark the first ever WES Fall Festival for all members of the community!  Join us for carnival games, Trunk or Treat from your teachers, a Glow Dance Party, a Cupcake Walk, food, and so much more!
Friday, October 26th 5:30-8:00 PM at Wildwood Elementary School 
Wrist bands for ages 3-18 include everything except food purchases
***No charge for adults or children under 3
$8.00 presale online at  My School Anywhere
$10 day of at the event
All funds raised will help out school purchase a shade structure for the playground and improve the playground area!

Red Ribbon Week - Oct. 22-26


We celebrate this week for several reasons:

  • To educate our students on the dangers of drugs so they will make wise choices and lead healthy lives.
  • To encourage our friends, families and community to be drug free.


RED RIBBON Daily themes:

Monday- Kick off the celebration by wearing RED!

Tuesday-Follow your dreams, stay drug free! Wear your pajamas!

Wednesday-Team up against drugs! Wear your favorite team shirt/jersey!

Thursday- Too bright for drugs!-Wear neon!

Friday- Wild about being drug free!  Wear your Wildcat shirt with a crazy hat!

Early Release on Friday!

Mark your calendar!  This week we will have an early release day on Friday, October 5th.  K-4 will be released at 12:50 P.M.

Our annual fundraiser began Wednesday, September 12 and ends on September 21st! Your child came home with a packet of information regarding the sale.
We are raising money for flexible seating and maker space in the library, and we need the support and participation of every family to meet that goal!
In addition to the paper order forms, we have an Online Store at the following website:
Your friends and family members can check out our school’s store online to help support us. You can also post the link on Social Media.
Our goal is to reach at least $1,000 in Online Sales prior to the start of the fundraiser. All online orders help our sale and your child will personally get credit towards earning prizes!
In addition to helping our school get (a new playground, technology in the classrooms, field trips, new cafeteria tables, etc) your child also has the opportunity to earn college Tuition Rewards by participating in the fundraiser.
Thank you for your support!
Please join us for Parent Night!
This Thursday, August 30th
5:30-6:30 p.m.
It will be a night for you to learn information about your child's year in first grade!
Hope to see you there! 

It's time for Meet the Teacher!

This year Meet the Teacher will be on Thursday, August 16th.

PPCD, SLL, Prek - 1st- 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

2nd - 4th grade- 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

I look forward to meeting you and my new first grade students!

Mrs. McHone