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My name is Julie Singletary, and I teach 5th grade Language Arts. I'm proud to say that I've been with TISD since 1991, and this will be my 8th year at Northpointe Intermediate School. I grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and attended Harding Christian University in Arkansas. I graduated from the University of Houston-Downtown. But, lucky for me, I'm an Aggie by marriage. My husband and youngest daughter both graduated from Texas A & M and are loyal Texas Aggies! I have a wonderful husband, three children, and 6 adorable grandchildren, Addie, Emma, Brennan, Jaxen, Greenly, and Bo.  I absolutely love teaching. In fact, I come from a family full of teachers!! My two daughters are teachers as well as a sister, two cousins, and four nieces. I'm an avid reader, and my favorite genre is historical fiction. When I'm not wrapped up in a good book - you can find me in my yard working in the flower beds and the vegetable garden. I'm a bit of a tree-hugger! I'm also crazy about animals and animal welfare. My classroom is built around mutual respect and kindness for others. I'm a strong believer in the importance of teaching young people the value of building a character of honor and integrity. As we build a sense of family and community - we enjoy learning and experiencing new things together. I want my students to know they have the power to make the world a better place. I also hope to show my students how to experience books in a way that will instill a life-long love of reading. 281-357-3020, ext. 1526

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End of Year Homeroom Party

We will have an Ice Cream Sundae Party in Mrs. Singletary's homeroom on the last day of school.  Students are welcome to bring their favorite ice cream toppings!  

Pre AP mandatory meeting

PAP update from Mrs. Pitts

One or both parents must attend the mandatory meeting in order for their students to be scheduled for a PAP class in 6th grade. NIS will have a make-up meeting on Jan. 24 at 5:00 in the library. 

Mr. McReynolds will be sending out another phone/email blast with the information.



Spelling Bee

  • Classroom Spelling Bee will be Thursday, Nov. 17th
  • Winners of the classroom Spelling Bee will compete in the Campus Bee on Wed., Dec. 14th in the cafeteria at 8:30 a.m.
  • District Spelling Bee is scheduled for Feb. 22, 2017 at the TISD Staff Development Center 
  • April 1st is the Regional Spelling Bee for the District Spelling Bee Champion

Today (9/1) we finished reading The Hundred Dresses, by Eleanor Estes.  It's an outstanding story.  Although written in 1944, the message is still relevant today.  Your children made personal connections and discussed life lessons they learned from the the characters in the story.  I truly enjoyed sharing this experience with my students!  Maybe they will share with you.  

Parent Orientation - Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Parent Orientation - Tuesday, 8/30/16 - 6:00-8:00
Hope to see you there!