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  • Humble ISD Resumes Some Extracurricular Activities July 13
    The UIL announced this week that sports schedules will move forward as planned. With this announcement, Humble ISD has approved for high school strength and conditioning camps to resume on Monday, July 13, for the four sports where students compete near the beginning of the school year: cross country, football, tennis and volleyball. High school athletes in these four sports will be notified by coaches about camp schedules. Participation is optional. Details on Some Extracuricular Activites Resuming

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  • Back to School 2020
    Detailed information on the preliminary plans for back to school can be found on the Back to School 2020 website.

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  • Humble ISD Closed on Fridays for Summer Hours
    Humble ISD is closed on Fridays from June 1 - July 24. Hours of operation for the general public are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, primarily served through email and telephone communication. Schools and offices are closed to walk-ins from the public at this time due to state requirements that limit group sizes and  interactions as part of COVID-19 precautions.

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  • New to District Online Enrollment Now Open
    New student online registration is now open for all grades, including Pre-Kindergarten. Pre-K students must meet eligibility requirements. Visit our Pre-K website for details.

    Returning students will complete an online Annual Update form beginning July 20. Guardians will receive an email for each student when Annual Update opens.

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  • Class of 2020 to Graduate at Turner Stadium
    Humble ISD looks forward to celebrating the Class of 2020 with in-person graduation ceremonies at 8 p.m. July 20-25 at Turner Stadium. The ceremony’s starting time has been updated from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Graduation dates, times, and FAQ's.

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  • COVID-19 Self-Reporting to Humble ISD Health Services
    Humble ISD is committed to public health. If a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, or is exposed to someone who tests positive, please share that information with Humble ISD Health Services by completing the COVID-19 Self Reporting form. School nurses will monitor cases and ensure communicable disease protocols are adhered to when buildings reopen.

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More than 100 years of excellence and innovation

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