We, the members of the Tomball Bands, will represent ourselves, our family, Tomball High School and the community of Tomball with dignity and honor. As a band program, we will strive for success and be professional in all that we do. We will continue to grow every day in both our musicianship and our character.
(281) 357-3220 ext. 2558
Ms. Hague is the assistant band director at Tomball High School.
Biography coming soon.
Director of Percussion
(281) 357-3220 ext. 2505
Rob Sullens holds the position of Director of Percussion at Tomball High School in Tomball, Texas. He is also the Ensemble Director for the Monarch Independent Percussion Ensemble, and teaches with the Oregon Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps.
Some of Mr. Sullens’ past experiences include serving as the Assistant Band Director at Sprague High School, 5th Grade Beginning Band Educator, the General Music Director at Salem Heights Elementary School, and the Director of Percussion for the Sunset High School Band program from 2005 – 2008. Mr. Sullens was also the President for the Northwest Association for Performing Arts (NWAPA) in Beaverton, Oregon.
Mr. Sullens was privileged to work alongside a number iconic percussion figures in his WGI, DCI, and BOA activities. Some of these people include Thom Hannum, Mike Stevens, Murray Gusseck, Jeff Queen, and Ray Ulibarri. He also assisted Bill Register with the Fort Mill High School percussion program from 2005 – 2007. The Fort Mill Percussion Ensemble was the 2005 Winter Guard International Percussion Scholastic Concert World Class Gold Medalist and a 2006 WGI Scholastic A Class Finalist.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Sullens was the Director of Percussion for the Tarpon Springs High School Band program from 1995 – 2000. Tarpon Springs has been a consistent Bands of America Grand National Finalist and was just crowned at the 2015 BOA Grand National Champions. Other experiences include marching with the Spirit of Atlanta and Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps.
Mr. Sullens holds a Music Education degree from University of South Carolina at Columbia, South Carolina. While attending the university, he was the Percussion Coordinator for the USC Marching Band and the Percussion Caption Head for Lexington High School Bands in Lexington, South Carolina.
Mr. Sullens is an Innovative Percussion Artist, a member of MENC, PAS, and actively writes, adjudicates, and consults for various band and percussion programs around the country.
Color Guard Director
281-375-3220 ext. 2506
Mr. Taylor is the director of the colorguard and winterguard at Tomball High School .
Biography coming soon.
Tomball Junior High Staff
Head Band Director
(281) 357-3000 ext. 4476
David Morgan is beginning his 38th year of public school music education and 13th year as the Director of Bands at Tomball Junior High School. He holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Abilene Christian University and also took graduate courses at Texas A & M Commerce. He previously taught in the Navasota ISD, Crockett ISD, Hillsboro ISD, Rotan ISD and the Lorena ISD. Mr. Morgan is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Band Masters Association, and is a provisional member of the Texas Music Adjudicators Association. Mr. Morgan’s responsibilities include directing the Honor and assisting with the Concert Band at TJHS. He also teaches woodwind classes at TIS, CFES, and TCES, and oversees the beginning band programs at those schools.
Cathy Breeden, is in her eleventh year with Tomball ISD serving outstanding band students attending Tomball Junior High School and its feeder campuses. Prior to working in Tomball, she taught in Waller ISD working with band students in grades 6-12. A clarinet player from Littlefield, Texas, Mrs. Breeden earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas where she performed with the ASU wind ensemble (including performing at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention), the ASU Jazz ensemble, and the Golden Ram Band. Mrs. Breeden currently resides in Cypress with her husband Ray and their three beautiful boys.
(281) 357-3000 ext. 4477
Kyle Wiemar is beginning his first year in Tomball, TX and is in his seventh year of teaching. Previously, Mr. Wiemar served as a band director at Yukon Middle School in Yukon, OK, where he was named the Teacher of the Year in 2014-2015. Mr. Wiemar’s ensembles are a nine-time OSSAA Outstanding Achievement Award winner. In 2015, Yukon Middle School’s 8th grade band was selected as an Honor Band at the Oklahoma Music Educator’s Association convention. He is a frequent clinician in Oklahoma and has given student leadership clinics throughout the country. During his tenure at the University of Oklahoma, Mr. Wiemar served as the 55th Drum Major of the Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band. Mr. Wiemar is a member of TMEA, OMEA, NAfME, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.