District News & Announcements
Fall 2020 Overview
Check the comprehensive Fall 2020 Overview to learn more about what Humble ISD is doing to provide the best environment for our In Person, Online, and Online+ UIL students.
Guardians may use the Learning Location Form to change their choice of instructional setting for their children.
Approved Back to School Dates and Detailed Information
New COVID Testing Service Coming Soon
Humble ISD is preparing to offer a new service: free, optional COVID-19 testing to students who attend school on campus and whose parents would like for them to be tested. It is the goal of Humble ISD to begin offering the free tests the week of November 2. More information regarding COVID testing for students.
Voting Information for November 3 General Election
Early voting is happening now through October 30. Any registered voter may vote at any designated early voting location during designated times. On Election Day, November 3, polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Registered voters in Harris County may vote any any polling location in Harris County on November 3. Information on times for early voting and polling locations.
Middle and High Schools Reinstate Late Arrivals on October 22
Humble ISD middle and high schools will reinstate late arrivals on selected Thursdays beginning Oct. 22. The district paused late arrival days at the beginning of this school year due to A/B schedule adjustments.
Late Arrival Thursday Schedule
Lakeland and Elementary 30 Attendance Zones Approved
At the September 8 meeting of the Humble ISD Board of Trustees, attendance zones were approved for the new Lakeland Elementary being built on Rustic Timbers Drive, and Elementary #30 being built in Fall Creek. Both schools are scheduled to open in August 2021.
Lakeland Elementary Attendance Zone Option C Approved
Elementary #30 Attendance Zone Option B Approved
FACTS & FIGURES
More than 100 years of excellence and innovation
Serving more than 45,000 students
Grows by 1,000 students annually
Humble ISD covers 93.7 square miles in the Lake Houston Area
Education Foundation has awarded $13 million to projects since 2000