Super Staffers were honored at the June 9 School Board Meeting
Fall Creek Elementary students help children in need across the globe by creating a service-learning committee to raise $2,054.30 to purchase milk cows for children in Uganda.
Woodlands Hills Elementary fourth-grader Rayne Jones is the number one student in Texas for all grades on the First in Math online mathematics mastery program.
Student Council members from Pine Forest Elementary went on a tour of City Hall and got the surprise of their life! A meeting with Mayor Annise Parker.
Kingwood High School audio/video production class contributed to projects for Humble ISD, the Humble ISD Education Foundation and local businesses in the community by providing footage to them under the direction of teachers Rusty Odom and Kelly Neely.
Congratulations to the KHS Accounting team that won the State 6A Championship Tuesday in Austin.
Out of 54 applications, nineteen students were selected and honored at a ceremony and luncheon during Student Recognitions Day, on Thursday, April 30, 2015
Super Staffers were honored at the May 12 School Board Meeting
Texas State Board of Education Chair Barbara Cargill named Foster Elementary fifth-grader Barrett Kenny as 2015 Student Hero.
The Houston Area Recruiter’s Network is hosting a College Search Series to provide you with all of the information you need to navigate the college search.
"Kingwood Park High School and Atascocita High School's Fellowship of Christian Athletes presents: 'UNITE 2015' - A night dedicated to empowering High School students to take a stand for their faith in a time of student-led worship, speakers varying from high school students to athletic-loving role-models, great food, and a night to remember!
Humble ISD was named the 2015 Large District winner of the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards program.
You are invited to join us for our 2nd annual Empty Bowls Event benefiting H.A.A.M. (Humble Area Assistance Ministries) Students from across Humble ISD have made bowls to sell and raise money for H.A.A.M.
13th Annual Fine Arts Festival Best of Show and People's Choice Award Winners. These works of art will be on display in the lobby of the Humble ISD Administration building May 4-21, 2015.
Friday, April 24, 13 high school visual art students and 5 of our high school colleagues traveled to Dallas to participate in State VASE on April 25. Those students had scored a 4 at our regional VASE event and their work was selected to advance to state for another round of assessment.
The Humble Independent School District made the list of the top 100 government fleets in the nation for 2015. The awards were announced at the NAFA (National Association of Fleet Administrators) I&E Conference in Orlando, Florida. This was the first year that Humble ISD applied for this prestigious distinction and was named number 91 on the list.
Deerwood Elementary fifth-graders and Kingwood High School students dissected sheep’s eyes together.
Due to Blue Bell Creameries voluntary recall of all their products, Humble ISD will not sell Blue Bell products for the remainder of the school year.
The Imaginary Invalid final performances will be Thursday, April 23 and Friday, April 24 at AHS Performing Arts Center.
Get the story and see individual grade level winners.
Many schools have scheduled open houses, or Kindergarten Roundups, in April and May. See complete list for details.
Help make it all possible by volunteering! There are two-hour shifts from 9-11, 11-1, 1-3, and 3-5. We welcome all volunteers 6th grade-adult. You will receive a certificate for your time, and teachers can earn CPE hours.
The Vans Custom Culture is a national high school shoe customization competition.
Humble ISD technician, Jesus Gonzalez, placed second in the Technicial category for the entire State of Texas.
The 13th Annual Fine Arts Festival will be 10 am - 4 pm Saturday, April 25, at Lone-Star College Kingwood
Summer Creek High School AVID Teacher Lindsey Hartline received the Channel 11 Great Day Houston Red Apple Award! She was commended for getting SCHS students prepared to be great students in college, and for obtaining scholarships.
Humble Independent School District was honored as a first place winner in the National School Boards Association (NSBA) Magna Awards program for Camp Nobis Est.
Atascocita High, Humble High and Summer Creek High raised $3,800 for LIMBS International, providing 13 prosthetic legs to amputees in need.
Four Humble ISD students are honored in Austin for their artwork.
Humble ISD School Board honors Super Staffers at the March 17 School Board Meeting
Physicals will take place Wednesday, March 25.
The Texas School Public Relations Association awarded Humble ISD the top award in the state for District Special Event/Celebration in the Star Awards Communications Contest.
Congratulations to the boys swim team for winning their fourth State swimming title.
As a part of Pine Forest Elementary's No Place for Hate® Initiative, the students and staff all worked together on Friday, Feb. 13, to create a Peace Sign celebrating the message that "Together we are UNITED for PEACE by advocating true acceptance and appreciation of others!"
The Spanish Immersion Program (SIP) teaches Spanish through the content area classes (Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies) beginning in grade 1. Current kindergarten students may apply for the program beginning Thursday, March 5th, 2015.
Humble ISD Council of PTAs announce 2014-15 Reflections Contest winners
Over 1100 students from the greater Houston area competed in 58 different health related events.
Humble ISD School Board honors Super Staffers at the February 10 School Board Meeting
To view livestock photos click more
To showcase the programs and projects our middle and high school students are doing across the district, they all came together recently at the Humble Civic Center for the second annual Career Expo.
4th Annual Benefit Vocal Contest will be held at Kingwood High School on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015.
Humble Independent School District has been named one of only six Large District finalists in the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards and the Humble ISD Board of Trustees have also been named a statewide finalist in the School Board category.
Building a robot is part of some secondary school students’ school expectation in Humble Independent School District. The Humble ISD first robotics competition team, the AdamasBots 4589, went to the Houston Remix Robotics Competition and won First Place-Alliance in November 2014.
Creekwood Middle School sixth-grader, Alexis Pubentz, won third place for her project, “Stress Relievers,” in her grade level at the Humble Independent School District’s Secondary School Science-Engineering Fair
Reserve your spot now! Join us for PTA Rally Day at the Capitol on Weds. Feb. 25! The Humble ISD Council of PTAs has put together a Rally Day trip to go to Austin and make our voices heard at the Capitol in person. It is going to be an ALL-Day trip.
Kingwood High School English teacher, Ryan Calhoun, was in shock when the Great Day Houston crew entered his classroom. Mr. Calhoun was surprised with the Star Furniture Red Apple Award.
During the new Northpark Drive Corner Store grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony Pete Linton, Corner Store Regional Vice President of Retail Operations, presented Kingwood Park High School with a check for $5,000.
The Harris County Department of Education names the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing winners. Among the 18 area school districts and multiple charter schools, private and home schools, 21 Humble ISD students are represented.
View the Best of Show, Gold Medal, and Special Merit winners.
Congrats to Maplebrook Elementary for being named one of 56 Texas schools to earn the Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas (CREST) award through the Texas School Counselor Association.
Humble ISD will host a second publisher presentation of instructional materials for Social Studies K-12 and for High School Math on Thursday, Jan. 29, at 5:30 p.m. at the Eggers ISC, 4810 Magnolia Cove Drive, 77345.
Humble ISD School Board honors Super Staffers at the January 13 Board Meeting
Humble ISD will host live publisher presentations of instructional materials for Social Studies K-12 and High School Math on Saturday, Jan. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Atascocita High School, 13300 Will Clayton Parkway.
The public is invited to review and comment on instructional materials that Humble ISD is considering adopting for the 2015-2016 school year.
February is CTE Month, In an effort to showcase the programs and projects our Middle and High School students are doing across the district, we are bring them all under one roof for all to see on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 from 4-8 p.m. at the Humble Civic Center.
The Hall of Fame Banquet will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24 at Walden Country Club.
Tune in Tuesday, December 23 during the 6 a.m. broadcast to see his reaction.
The Humble ISD Education Foundation enjoys one of the most successful employee appeals of any district foundation in the state.
Do you know someone who is an outstanding volunteer in the Humble ISD community? Click Read More to find out more information about the "Back the Future" Awards.
Summer Creek High School has earned the Safe Sports School Award from the National Athletic Trainers Association for providing a safe environment for their student athletes.
On Friday, December 5th at T BAR M Resort and Conference Center and Newks Tennis Center in New Braunfels, Texas, Kim Enocksen was inducted into the Texas Tennis Coaches Hall of Fame. Enocksen is the long-serving Tennis Coach at Kingwood High School. She retired in 2013.
The state originally scheduled the test for Monday, March 30, but has pushed that date back to Monday, April 20.
8th Grade Parents & Students: It is time to consider taking your high school experience to the next level. Earn your high school diploma AND your Associate's Degree at the same time-- at NO COST to you.
Kingwood Park ranked #8 on a recent list published on the national travel website "City Described."
Lesa Pritchard, Director of Humble ISD’s Student Support Services, has been named Supervisor of the Year by the Texas School Counselor Association. The award was presented Nov. 13 at the TSCA conference in Dallas.
Thanks everyone that supported Myles by voting! He will receive the award this week in Anaheim, California.
Come by and visit with Santa. Enjoy Cookies and Hot Chocolate while you stroll thru the Decorated Barns. Go on a Fun Hay Ride. Pizza and Cold Drinks Available for Purchase. Your support benefits the FFA and Agri-Science Programs. Shuttle service available from Kingwood United Methodist Church.
Humble Holiday Parade was held Tuesday December 2 in downtown Humble.
The event will take place at Humble High School on Thursday December 18, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.
Humble ISD Education Foundation Encourages Spending With A Purpose
The Council is excited to benefit Humble ISD’s graduating seniors by announcing the Founders Day Traveling Quilt Fundraiser for the Humble ISD Council of PTAs Council Scholarship Fund!
Atascocita High School Theater students, under the direction of teacher Justin Vincent, performed six skits for the Maplebrook Elementary fifth grade class, as part of the schools’ program No Place for Hate.
Insperity was recognized at the Nov. 11 School Board Meeting for receiving the Employees for Education Excellence Silver Level Award from the State Board of Education.
The KPHS football program, the volleyball program and the National Honor Society together raised over $13,000 for pediatric brain tumor research for MD Anderson.
The Wildcat Salute to Veterans is an eleventh annual event where Humble High School students honored veterans with their "Tomb of the Unknown Soldier," at Humble High School this morning. There were a variety of on-campus clubs and community businesses. It was covered by ABC Channel 13 and the District.
A role model for other women, she was one of the first women principals in this district. Dr. Nelson was the principal who opened Woodland Hills Elementary in 1975 and Oaks Elementary in 1979. She also served as principal of North Belt Elementary School, retiring from Humble ISD in 1995.
Performance dates and times are Oct. 23, 24, 25, 27, 30, 31 @ 7:30 pm, October 25 @ 2 pm, and October 26th and Nov. 2 @ 3 pm. All tickets are $20 each and all seating is reserved. Tickets are on sale both online at www.kingwoodtheatre.com
The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce honored Humble ISD's 2014-2015 Teachers of the Year.
Heart Association thanks Humble ISD Board and Employeesfor their support
Elementary School Teachers of the Year were honored at the October 14 Board Meeting.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on October 14. Honored at the Board Meeting were the following Super Staffers:
The Humble ISD PTA Council continues to encourage other PTA schools to adopt a Title I school PTA.
The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has elected Humble ISD Trustee Charles Cunningham to a three-year term on the TASB Board of Directors.
7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13 in the Atascocita High School auditorium.
Humble ISD will be well represented with outstanding Heart Walk Teams at the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk on Saturday, Nov. 8, at Lone Star College-Kingwood.
HHS IB Diploma Program Open House Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. in the HHS Auditorium.
College Night will be held at the Humble Civic Center. Admission is Free.
Five Kingwood Park High School students placed 3rd in the state-wide Humanities Texas President’s Vision Poster contest
Gordon is one of only 15 in the state to receive this award for volunteering in public schools
Teachers honored at the September 9 Board Meeting
Livestreaming is available for all regularly scheduled board meetings. Archives of past meetings are also available to view.
The 2014-15 school years kicks off with BYOD on secondary campus.
Mr. Correa was appointed to the position of Principal of Summer Creek High School on July 1. He holds a Master of Arts from the University of New Mexico with 27 years of experience and comes to Humble ISD from Fort Sumner Municipal Schools in New Mexico, where he was superintendent. His experience also includes being a high school principal in Waco and Austin.
Vote Today and Everyday through August 6, 2014
Tickets are $5 at the door