Mrs. Tolbert's Welcome Page

  • Class Schedule



    Clinical Rotations 1st & 2nd : 8:50-10:45

    Counseling and Mental Health 3rd: 10:50-11:40

    Conference 4th: 11:45-12:35

    Health Science Theory 5th: 12:40-1:30

    Lunch 6th: 1:35-2:25

    Health Science Theory 7th: 2:30-3:20

    Health Science Theory  8th: 3:25-4:15

     Tuesday (Monthly Early Release)

    Clinical Rotations 1st & 2nd : 8:50-10:06

    Counseling and Mental Health 3rd: 10:10-10:45

    Conference 4th: 10:49-11:24

    Health Science Theory 5th: 11:28-12:03

    Lunch 6th: 12:07-12:42

    Health Science Theory 7th: 12:46-1:21

    Health Science Theory  8th: 1:25-2:00

    Thursday (FIT Time)

    Clinical Rotations 1st & 2nd : 8:50-10:30

    FIT:  10:35-11:15

    Counseling and Mental Health 3rd: 11:20-12:05

    Conference 4th: 12:10-12:55

    Health Science Theory 5th: 1:00-1:45

    Lunch  6th: 1:50-2:35

    Health Science Theory 7th: 2:40-3:25

    Health Science Theory  8th: 3:30-4:15



     Tutoring Times:

    AM: M/W  8:00-8:30am

    PM: W 4:25-4:45pm



    Early Release Dates

    • Aug 29
    • Sept 26
    • October 31
    • Dec 14-15 (HS Semester Exams)
    • January 30
    • February 27
    • March 26
    • May 30-31 (HS Semester Exams)





Phone: 210-356-1400 ext. 61461


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts Applied Science in Emergency and Disaster Management from American Military University, National Registry Paramedic, TX Licensed Paramedic, EMS Instructor, CPR Instructor, PHTLS Instructor, Phlebotomy Technician

Mrs. Billie Tolbert

My name is Mrs. Billie Tolbert and I am a Health Science Teacher at Madison High School. Teaching high school is where my life journey brought me in 2014 as I chose to alter my active EMS career and begin teaching. I am still active in EMS just in a different way. I felt the need to show a younger generation what I fell in love with in pre-hospital emergency medicine. I now teach Health Sciences to young, enthusiatic students who are wanting to further their education in the medical field. I am also one of the Sponsors of HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). This is just another opportunity for me to see the brilliant minds of our future healthcare professionals. My degree is in Emergency and Disaster Management and I have been using that knowledge to show students that there are career fields in medicine that they never even dreamed could be possible. I will continue to encourage young minds to dream big and to always look for every opportunity they can.