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Tomball Independent School District

Charlie Gerszewski Named Next Principal of Tomball Junior High

Charlie Gerszewski Named Next Principal of Tomball Junior High
Charlie Gerszewski

TOMBALL - Tomball ISD is excited to announce Charlie Gerszewski as the next Principal of Tomball Junior High. He will take over for Chad Allman, who announced his retirement from education at the end of the school year.

“I am excited for Mr. Gerszewski and the impact he will make when he joins the Tomball Junior High community,” said Dr. Mindy Munoz, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools. “He brings a strong educational experience, an abundance of energy and talent, and most importantly a commitment to all students. With his collaborative nature, Mr. Gerszewski has an ability in creating a school culture that supports teachers and students to achieve their highest potential.”

Mr. Gerszewski joined the Tomball ISD family back in 2020 as an Assistant Principal at Creekside Park Junior High. 

He spent one year there before making the transition to Tomball Memorial High School where he has served as Associate Principal since 2021. In his role at TMHS, he has had the opportunity to oversee the daily operations and functions of a high school campus, including safety and security. He has also been a key contributor, leading TMHS to a PLC Model campus designation and now facilitates the PLC process for various departments throughout the year.

Prior to joining our community, Mr. Gerszewski spent time in Woodland Park, Colorado where he most served as the Director of the Panther Academy Alternative Campus at Woodland Park High School. 

Along with his experience as a campus leader, Mr. Gerszewski has dedicated time as a classroom teacher, specializing in algebra, health and physical education and as a strength/conditioning and football coach.

Prior to his move to Colorado, he lived locally and was an Assistant Principal at Aldine Middle School from 2008 to 2010 and a high school math teacher in Aldine ISD from 2005 to 2008.

Mr. Gerszewski earned his Bachelor of Science in Education from Mayville State University in North Dakota and his Master of Education in Administration from Sam Houston State University.

He and his wife Kelly have two children in Tomball ISD schools.

What was intriguing about becoming the next campus leader at TJHS?
“I think I am most excited about joining TJHS due to the rich history and tradition that is an integral part of the campus and community. Becoming a part of a junior high that is foundational in our district is a privilege. I am honored to become a member of an already exemplary learning environment that has high expectations as we prepare students for the leap to high school and beyond. I’m ready to get started working with the TJHS staff, students, and community!”

What is it about education that you love so much? 
“Honestly, the best part about education is simply the people.  We get the opportunity to form relationships with our students and staff that ultimately serve as our “second family.”  It also provides a setting that allows us to contribute to a larger community that thrives on those relationships to enhance the growth of our students both within the school and beyond.  Watching that growth is what truly keeps me excited about being a part of education.”  

What can the TJHS school community expect of you as their leader?
“As the new leader of TJHS, you can expect someone who is collaborative, visible, a communicator and someone who emphasizes student success and school culture.  I believe a strong school community is a key to success and through student, staff, and community collaboration we are able to set ourselves up for continued growth.  I also believe that a sense of belonging is essential and will strive to build on the immense amount of school pride that TJHS already holds amongst its students, staff, alumni and community members.  Finally, you can expect a leader who values input from its students, staff, and all other stakeholders with ample opportunity to contribute.”  

Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences. Founded in 1908, Tomball ISD now encompasses 83 square miles in northwest Harris County and southwest Montgomery County, and is located approximately 30 miles from downtown Houston. The district currently educates over 22,000 students across 23 campuses.

  • 2023-2024
  • Charlie Gerszewski
  • Principal
  • TJHS

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