Community input meetings to be held Nov. 29 and Dec. 1 regarding attendance zone changes affecting ASE and ESE
Humble ISD has scheduled Community Input Meetings regarding elementary attendance zone changes. Proposed changes establish an attendance zone for a new elementary school and affect neighborhoods currently zoned to Eagle Springs and Atascocita Springs elementary schools.
The meetings will be held:
Parents and the public are welcome.
Humble ISD is building a new elementary campus in The Groves subdivision to prevent overcrowding as new home construction flourishes along West Lake Houston Parkway. The new school, which has not yet been named, will open in August. Some neighborhoods currently zoned to Atascocita Springs and Eagle Springs elementary schools will be zoned to the new school. Additionally under the proposal, some neighborhoods currently zoned to Eagle Springs Elementary School would be rezoned to Atascocita Springs Elementary School.
The Community Input Meetings will provide an overview of the proposed attendance zone changes, information about the School Attendance Area Committee process, and an opportunity for public comment. Additionally, there will be an opportunity for parents and the public to provide input online from Nov. 29 to Dec. 8. During this time period, the proposed attendance zone will be posted to www.humbleisd.net and comments will be gathered online. The School Board will approve the new attendance zone this school year to take effect in 2017-2018.
Humble ISD’s newest elementary school has been designed for 950 students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Dr. Brian Peters, former Summerwood Elementary principal, has been appointed principal of the new school. The new elementary is the first of several new campuses that are needed due to Humble ISD's growing enrollment. Humble ISD is among the 10 fastest growing school districts in Texas.