Integrated Athletics held their first district-wide Indoor Soccer Tournament on May 16.
Humble ISD's 2016-2017 Teachers of the Year were honored at a luncheon held at Raffa’s Waterfront Grill on May 18, 2017.
Humble ISD students who particpated in the Duke TIP scored higher than 90 percent of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the ACT or SAT, qualifiying them for "grand recognition."
Creekwood Middle School, Kingwood Middle School, Riverwood Middle School, and Kingwood High School Science Olympiad teams advanced to state and brought home medals.
Channel 11 aired a story about Kingwood Park High School administrators going to a home to present a diploma to KPHS senior Clinton Vest in front of his grandmother, who was suffering from extraskeletal osteosarcoma cancer in the gallbladder. The one thing she wanted to accomplish before she passed was to see Clinton graduate on May 27.
U.S. Congressman Ted Poe presented HHS Army JROTC with a flag that was flown over the Capitol on September 11, 2016 and a certificate of recognition for their service. The HHS JROTC has participated in the North Houston Police Memorial Ceremony for the last three years.
It’s time for this year’s annual “Get in the Game” festivities! The four elementary schools, Bear Branch Elementary, Elm Grove Elementary, Foster Elementary, and Woodland Hills Elementary that feed into Kingwood Middle School and Kingwood Park High School will compete in this year’s community kickball tournament.
The HHS state track & field qualifier was featured on CW 39 Class Acts.
Each year Humble ISD holds three National Letter of Intent signing days throughout the year: the second Wednesday of November, the first Wednesday of February, and the second Wednesday of April. This group of 56 athletes, the largest ever for Humble ISD, signed their letters of intent to their respective colleges on or after the April 12 National Signing Day.
Humble High School and Kingwood Park High School join forces again to collect boxes of mac and cheese for Humble Area Assistance Ministries.
Savannah Moore's Gold Key artwork titled "Windowshopping" will be on view at the United States Department of Education in Washington, D.C.
This semester 140 students, most of them being sophomores, were tasked with gathering information on Humble locals and prominent areas of Humble. While reaching out to members in the Humble community, students sought out people who might need help with research in Humble area.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on May 9, 2017.
The Atascocita High School Yearbook Program has been nationally recognized by Jostens. Atascocita High School’s yearbook was named one of the top yearbook designs in the country for the 2015-2016 school year. Out of 40,000 entries only 428 are selected to be recognized in the 2016-2017 Jostens Display Book.
Atascocita Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) students donated a custom built bench for The Door women’s shelter. TSA is a technology based organization that promotes careers in STEM fields.
Whitney Mercilus of the Houston Texans stopped by Lakeland Elementary to wish students luck before they take the STAAR test next week.
Humble ISD Deputy Superintendent and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Thomas Price has been named the Lone Finalist for Superintendent of Boerne ISD, a fast-growth school district near San Antonio.
School board members are volunteers, who serve without pay, and are elected for four-year terms.
Humble ISD partnered with Lone Star College - Kingwood to host its fifteenth annual Fine Arts Festival on April 29. Held at Lone Star College - Kingwood campus, students throughout the district showcased their creative abilities through musical and dance performances and visual art displays.
Students were honored at Humble ISD’s annual Students of Character Luncheon on Thursday, April 27. One eighth-grade boy and girl from each middle school and one twelfth-grade boy and girl from each high school were nominated by their teachers and peers for exhibiting the following four characteristics throughout the school year: optimistic thinking; self-management; relationship skills; and goal directed behavior.
You are invited to join us for our 4th 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.
Summer Creek High School students prepare to implement Restorative Justice practices through research and writing at their 2nd Annual Pen Symposium. The Pen Symposium is an annual student-led conference hosted by the Summer Creek High School Social Outreach Society (SOS) and AP English Language and Composition and English III American Literature teachers.
Humble ISD Transportation fleet has made the list of the Best 100 Fleets in North America and South America! We were ranked number 59 in the Americas for 2017, which is up from 85 in 2016.
Humble High School sophomore, Joy Nichols, was named Lieutenant Governor for the Texas-Oklahoma District of Key Club International.
Fox 26 featured Humble ISD during their Hometown Friday television segment on Friday, April 21.
Congratulations to the Humble ISD 2017 Jason Argonaut team, Kingwood Middle School science teacher Jayne Brandon and seventh grader Talon Balcom.
Eagle Springs Elementary fourth grader Caleb DiVall, won $2,000 worth of art supplies for his school. Briggs Webster of NRG and Clint Cannon a professional rodeo cowboy and past Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Bareback Champion presented Caleb with the check on April 17.
The Humble ISD Board of Trustees recognized thirteen Merit Scholar Finalists at the April 11 Board of Trustees meeting.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on April 11, 2017.
Humble ISD receives top financial reporting awards for their Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016.
Atascocita Lacrosse is a starter club team but their team is a force to be reckoned with. In Spring of 2014 several Atascocita High School students started Atascocita Lax, a club lacrosse team for Atascocita High School students. The club started with about 15 students. Since then the club has started a middle school team, hired a new lacrosse coach, and has tripled in size.
Willow Creek Elementary fourth grade students traveled to Austin for an Education in Action Discover Texas field trip. Students had the opportunity to visit the Texas State Capitol and the Bullock Texas State History Museum.
Mud baths, new hair do’s, and a haircut are how students at Fall Creek Elementary celebrated their victory of raising $17,405 for the annual Jump Rope For Heart event.
The Humble Independent School District Teacher of the Year Carlee Kennedy of Atascocita High School won a 2017 Buick Encore at the Fun In Sun themed Humble ISD Education Foundation Gala on April 7. Bert Brocker of Texan GMC sponsored the vehicle.
Election Day is Saturday, May 6. School board members are volunteers, who serve without pay, and are elected for four-year terms.
Ridge Creek Elementary, first-grade teacher, Shanna Lumpkin was awarded a Lion King Experience grant from the Disney Theatrical Group and Musical Theatre International (MTI).
Humble High School juniors, Alinda Mac (stage name: Adam Mac) and Ashlyn Stewart (stage name: Lyn) made the Meta-Four Houston spoken-word performance team. They will go on to represent Houston at the international youth slam, Brave New Voices, in San Francisco in July!
Humble High School juniors, Alinda Mac (stage name: Adam Mac) and Ashlyn Stewart (stage name: Lyn) will be competing at the Space City Grand Slam poetry finals at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 2, at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
Riverwood Middle School students Rebecca Smallwood and Sarah Hoener were honored for their artwork after being selected as finalists in the 2017 Bayou City Art Festival Middle School Art Competition.
Humble ISD Hospitality Services students competed against over 200 students from 20 area high schools in the annual Hospitality Educators Association of Texas (HEAT) competition March 23.
Kingwood Park High School senior Emily Callens was awarded Grand Champion for her 3-D sculpture at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art Contest. The 3-D sculpture sold for $88,000 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Auction.
The Tommy Tune Awards are an annual competition developed by TUTS (Theatre Under the Stars), to honor musical theatre excellence at the high school level.
Atascocita, Humble and Kingwood Middle Schools were recognized at the March 21 Humble ISD Board of Trustees meeting for earning AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Site of Schoolwide Distinction.
The benefit concert will be held at 7 pm March 30 at Kingwood Park High School Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $7. All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. Please email Joshua Taylor at Joshua.Taylor@humbleisd.net to purchase tickets.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on March 21.
115 student athletes participated in the annual district-wide Integrated Athletics Track Meet at George Turner Stadium on March 21.
After an outstanding performance at the Destination Imagination – North Harris Regional Competition, the DI Dominators from Elm Grove Elementary are advancing to the Texas Destination Imagination state competition in Lubbock on April 8.
Humble ISD Council of PTAs traveled to Austin for PTA Rally Day on Feb. 27. They joined PTAs across the state to discuss education matters with legislators. While in Austin they were also able to meet with former Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo and Representative Senfronia Thompson.
Congratulations are in order for Atascocita High School Varsity Football. On March 8, the team was named Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 6A Team of the Year.
This year 187 students and over 30 adults helped raise $12,367 for local homeless families at Cardboard City.
Humble High School International Baccalaureate (IB) students donated a Tower Garden System to the Humble High School Special Education program.
Kingwood High School German Club students won first place in the state at the Texas State German Contest in San Marcos, Texas. The group competed in both individual and team events to bring home the State Sweepstakes winner for the fifth year in a row.
Congratulations to our 10 Finalists for District Teacher of the Year!
Humble ISD is proud to announce 45 high school students were recently recognized for their outstanding academic achievement by The National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP).
Humble ISD won 16 awards including three best in state awards in the 2017l Texas School Public Relations Association communications contest.
Please join us in celebrating Black History Month with A Night of Black Culture will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at the Charles Bender Performing Arts Center in Humble, TX.
Ms. Howard is a finalist for the Rising Star Award
Humble ISD is partnering with Lone Star College - Kingwood to provide high school students the opportunity to graduate from high school with a Basic Structural Firefighter Certificate Level 1. For more information about the Fire Science program, please attend the information meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 28.
Representative Senfronia Thompson took time to visit with Lakeland Elementary 3-5th graders on Feb. 17.
Congratulations to Atascocita High School HOSA students. Their HOSA program has been awarded School of the Year by the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.
Humble Middle School was recognized at the Feb. 14 School Board Meeting for being named one of 25 Model Schools in the nation by the International Center for Leadership in Education.
VOTE for Humble ISD student artwork! Voting is open until March 15.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on February 14.
Demographers project Humble ISD will be serving 52,000 students by 2025.
Performance begins at 7 p.m. at the Charles Bender Performing Arts Center.
Parents of incoming first graders must attend a parent information night before applying for the Spanish Immersion Program.
A total of $216,630 was raised at the annual Humble ISD Livestock Show and Auction. Humble ISD is proud of all the students who participated in the livestock show and rodeo events. To view livestock photos click more.
Lakeshore Elementary fourth grade students traveled to Austin for an Education in Action Discover Texas field trip. Students had the opportunity to visit the Texas State Capitol and the Bullock Texas State History Museum.
February is Career and Technical Education Month! CTE leaders and students came together for the 4th Annual CTE Career Expo to showcase projects our middle and high school students are doing across the district.
Performances will be held at 7 p.m. in the KPHS Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10.
Humble ISD invited you and your family to join us for our 4th annual CTE Career EXPO from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. February 7 at the Humble Civic Center.
Atascocita Springs Elementary fourth grade students traveled to Austin for an Education in Action Discover Texas field trip. Students had the opportunity to visit the Texas State Capitol and the Bullock Texas State History Museum.
Atascocita High School junior, Destiny Woolridge professionally known as Vin Zeal, has been selected to perform for the Super Bowl LIVE Experience.
Congratulations to Woodcreek Middle School’s Deneila Blake who was named the #HoustonLovesTeachers teacher of the month!
Humble Rodeo and BBQ Cook-off is celebrating 70 years of professional rodeo and entertainment for the entire family. This two weekend event benefits the Humble ISD Education Foundation. Join us for the BBQ Cook-Off February 3 & 4 and Humble Rodeo February 10 & 11.
Humble ISD held the very first National Technical Honor Society initiation and installation of officers. Eighteen students from all five high schools in Humble ISD are represented in the chapter.
The Harris County Department of Education named the 2017 Scholastic Art regional winners Jan. 18. Among the Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention awardees, 22 Humble ISD students are represented.
Kingwood Park High School junior Kaylin (KK) Richardson got the surprise of a lifetime when her Best Buddy, KPHS sophomore, Morgan Morris gifted her with a senior photo shoot at the Humble ISD Bus Barn.
Congrats to Pine Forest Elementary for being named one of 62 Texas schools to earn the Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas (CREST) award through the Texas School Counselor Association.
The danger and hilarity are non-stop in this glittering whodunit set during the Christmas holidays. Tickets available at KingwoodTheatre.com
Performances will be held in the AHS Theatre Black Box. Tickets are $10 and ONLY available online at www.theatreAHS.com
For the first time, KPHS auto collision students are following I-CAR’s new Professional Development Program- Education Edition (PDP-EE). This program gives high schools and colleges access to the industry-recognized professional curriculum. Students will graduate with a Platinum designation which will make them highly employable after graduation.
Humble ISD employees have pledged $328,220 to the district through this year’s Employee Campaign.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on January 10..
Twelve students from SCHS, HHS, AHS, and KPHS participated in the 2017 FIRST Robotics Competition Kickoff on January 7, 2017.
The public is invited to review Languages Other Than English textbooks under adoption on Saturday, Jan. 14 or Friday, Jan. 27 at James D. Eggers Instructional Support Center.
Humble ISD Career Technology Education Department invites you to a public viewing of the instructional materials eligible for adoption to be implemented for the 2017-2018 school year.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on December 13.
The goal of the CenterPoint Energy Commercial Load Management Program is to conserve energy and help control summer peak demand. CenterPoint Energy presented a check to Humble ISD at the December Board of Trustees Meeting.
In fall of 2016 Woodcreek Middle School became the pilot campus for Kickstart Kids in Humble Independent School District. The program is offered to students as a physical education credit and elective. Recently the students received their gold belts at the Woodcreek Middle Winter Belt Ceremony.
Students and parents filled the Kingwood High School gym Friday, Dec. 2 for the 5th annual Kingwood High School vs. Kingwood Park High School Best Buddies Basketball Game.
Several Humble ISD organizations and departments participated in the City of Humble 25th Annual Christmas Parade of Lights.
On, Friday Dec. 9, ABC13 will air a Special Season of Sharing story from 9-10 a.m. that will highlight Backpack Buddies at North Belt Elementary, their service projects and how the program has helped families.
The Lessons and Carols Concert will be held at 4 pm Dec. 11 at Kingwood Christian Church. Tickets are $7. Please email Joshua Taylor at Joshua.Taylor@humble.k12.tx.us to reserve tickets. Tickets can also be bought at the door.
Summer Creek High School choir students performed with the All-Region Choir on November 12 at Dekaney High School in Spring ISD.
Thanks to the initiative of PE Teacher Tracey Wong, a tip-off from her son, WCE 4th grader Tristen Wong, and a bunch of engineering students at University of Houston, Lakeland 3rd grader Rafael Esquivel III, for the first time in his life, has a prosthetic hand.
The Texas Association of Soccer Coaches (TASCO) have selected Riverwood Middle School principal Donald Bodron to be inducted into the TASCO Hall of Honor.
Humble ISD was recognized for partnering with the YMCA to build an Adaptive Sports Complex.
Humble ISD offers a new Real Estate Course for senior students across the district. Students enrolled in the Real Estate Course have the opportunity to graduate with their Real Estate License.
The Humble High School International Baccalaureate students hosted their second Philanthropy Day Showcase in conjunction with National Philanthropy Day on Nov. 15. These young philanthropists worked over a year and a half to develop their social impact project.
Kingwood Park High School hosted the district-wide Integrated Athletics Basketball Tournament on Nov. 9.
Pine Forest Elementary honored Veterans and their families at a special Veterans Day ceremony.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on November 8.
For 13 years, the Humble High School Veterans Day Salute has commemorated military veterans for their service and sacrifice. On display is a replication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which serves as a memorial to service members who have paid the ultimate sacrifice and remain unknown.
Humble High School senior Avery Sheldon and Kingwood High School senior Evan Loyka are recipients of the Reliant Scholarship for Champions.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Nov. 10 for an Adaptive Sports Complex being built between Humble ISD’s new elementary and middle school, which are both under construction in The Groves.
Humble ISD is offering a new learning opportunity for community members called the Humble ISD Community Leadership Academy. Through this Academy, citizens are given a behind-the-scenes look within Humble ISD schools and administration, examining district processes and operations.
In October, Humble High School challenged Kingwood Park High School to a friendly food drive competition. Both schools collected donations for two weeks leading up to their big varsity football game at Turner Stadium on November 4.
Spanish Immersion is a language enrichment program.
While adults 18 and over head to the polls to vote on November 8, students at many campuses, including Lakeland, got the opportunity to practice voting.
Humble ISD Heart Walk teams raised $33,885 for the American Heart Association (AHA) by participating in the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk on Nov. 5.
The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has selected Humble ISD Trustee Nancy Morrison to the Leadership TASB Class of 2017. She joins 34 school board leaders from across the state based upon a written application for the yearlong leadership program.
The purpose of the meeting was to gather input from business representatives, community leaders, parents, high school students, and educators – representative of all areas of the district -- on the needs of 21st-century students.
Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. November 10, 11, 12, & 15. Tickets are $20
In September, Woodland Hills Elementary fifth-grader Grace Cardenas was in a bike accident while riding her brand new bike home from school. Her fifth grade classmates wanted to know how they could help and Chores for Grace was created.
The Touchdown Tour will be at Kingwood High School 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, November 19, 2016.
Wayne C. Robbins was a big supporter of Humble ISD and his legacy will be a part of Humble ISD forever.
Students awarded $2,000 worth of grants to four local philanthropic organizations.
Barrage 8 – A high-octane string group that features an international, multi-talented cast performing an eclectic mix of music, song and dance brings its show to the Atascocita High School Performing Arts Center on Saturday, November 5 at 7:00 p.m.
The Teacher of the Year Luncheon honors exceptional teachers from Lake Houston Area schools and LSC-Kingwood.
The Turner Stadium Field House at George Turner Stadium will be dedicated the Wayne C. Robbins Field House on Saturday, Oct. 22 at half time during the Humble High vs. Porter High football game. Game time is at 6 p.m. at George Turner Stadium, 1700 Wilson Road, Humble TX 77338.
Thursday morning, Atascocita High School students and staff gathered near the flag pole to honor breast cancer survivors and those who have lost their battle to breast cancer.
After a weeklong stay at the Cape Eleuthera Institute, Humble ISD JASON Argonauts, Amaya Douglas, Humble High School 9th-grader, and Diana Avila, Kingwood Middle School seventh-grade science teacher, are still full of excitement from their Argonaut adventures.
This year Humble ISD was fortunate to be a part of Kroger’s Backpack Boosters program. Kroger donated more than 6,100 individual supply kits to Humble ISD schools - that is a value of $43,973.
For the past nine years, Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital employees have collected supplies for Humble ISD students.
Elementary Teachers of the Year were honored at the October 11 Board Meeting.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on October 12.
Representatives from more than 120 colleges, universities and armed services branches were available to discuss programs of study, financial aid, admission requirements, athletics, student services, student activities and other topics.
Summer Creek High School choir students competed against several local school districts at the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Texas All-State Choir auditions.
Timberwood Middle School offers insight into cyber safety, human trafficking, and tips for success in middle school at their first Parent and Community Academy.
Representatives from approximately 100 colleges, universities, trade schools and U.S. military will be on hand to share information.
PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity in the classroom and at home. Students of all grades and abilities may participate and explore the arts based on the 2016-2017 theme: What Is Your Story?
The Fox on the Fairway performances at 7 p.m. October 13, 15 & 17.
Humble ISD’s Integrated Athletics program kicked off their fourth year with a district wide basketball scrimmage and skills showcase.
At the September 13 School Board Meeting, Trustees honored all the middle and high school Teachers of the Year.
Students participating in this new STEM program have the opportunity to work in practicum sites like local physical therapy clinics, hospitals and even working in the high school athletic training rooms.
Timberwood Middle School has taken their library from old school to new cool
Angela Conrad, Robert Sitton, Jamie Mount, Glenda Holder and Melissa Leigh present at Annual Conference for Texas School Administrators and School Boards.
Congratulations are in order for three of Kingwood High School’s debate members for making USA Debate Team
We are wild about our volunteers in Humble ISD. Register today for the VIPS conference September 30, 2016.
In continuing efforts to maintain a Best 100 Fleet in North America, the Humble ISD Transportation Department partnered with HGAC to obtain a grant to help purchase five new clean diesel buses.
After successful fundraising efforts by Pine Forest Elementary PTA, Pine Forest Panther Parents and Primrose School of Atascocita, Pine Forest Elementary has replaced their 30-year-old marquee.
Parents and students are always welcome to pay by cash or check and not pay online convenience fees
The Humble ISD School Board completed bond transactions in August to reduce the district’s debt and save taxpayer dollars. These actions, which involved refinancing and selling bonds at lowered interest rates, will save Humble ISD taxpayers a total of $136 million over the life of the bonds without extending the district’s debt.
Councilman Dave Martin's office collected 100 backpacks filled with school supplies and delivered them to Elm Grove Elementary.
Memorial Hermann Northeast staff has collected school supplies for students in need who attend Humble ISD for the last nine years.
Humble ISD held a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 18, for a new elementary and middle school being built in The Groves at The Groves Welcome Center.
Members of the Humble High School Class of 2016 were recognized at the August Board of Trustees Meeting for earning the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.
On Tuesday, August 16, NBE staff will give out school supplies, school magnets with contact information, and popsicles to beat the heat. The neighborhood home visits will be from noon-4 p.m. with the last stop at the North Belt Elementary playground.
The film will be screened in October in New York City’s Times Square. My students competed against 1,850 submissions from 48 states and 40+ countries. And will now be advancing to the finals with a chance to win a share of over $300,000 in scholarships and prizes!
Thousands of athletes from across the U.S. are here competing in a variety of events from July 31 - August 6.
Upon completion of the Leadership TASB program, Trustee Angela Conrad has earned Master Trustee designation.
Collection drive aims to equip 45,000 local students with supplies for new academic year. The program will benefit KIPP and Alief, Galena Park, Houston, Humble and Klein ISDs.
Three Humble ISD Police Officers, Chief Solomon Cook, Lieutenant Bobby Brown and Lieutenant James Hall, were awarded the FBI- Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA) Trilogy Award.
To receive the grant, Humble ISD demonstrated that it met enhanced quality standards related to curriculum, teacher qualification, academic performance and family engagement.
Eagle Springs Elementary Principal April Maldonado was selected to attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education this summer, all expenses paid.
Humble ISD is currently hiring School Bus Drivers, Custodians, and Child Nutrition Specialists.
Drill team military and social officers from Kingwood, Atascocita, and Kingwood Park dance teams recently attended the Crowd Pleasers Officer Camp held in Galveston