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  • Online Learning Continues for 2019-2020
    Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order issued on April 17, 2020, will keep classrooms closed to students throughout Texas for the remainder of the school year as part of a larger plan to protect public health. Humble ISD schools will continue to provide online learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. In addition, the district will continue to offer carry-out meals for children. More Information

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  • Grading March 30 - May 29, 2020
    The 4th nine-week grading period begins on Monday, March 30. Update on grading policy. En español

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  • Kindergarten Pre-Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year
    Parents of incoming kindergarten students in Humble ISD are asked to pre-register online now for the 2020-2021 school year by Friday, May 29. Pre-registering helps schools best plan for next year's classes. Parents of current Humble ISD PreK students do not need to complete pre-registration. All required documentation must be uploaded into the enrollment form or emailed to the campus Registrar before the enrollment process is complete.
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Campus News and Announcements

  • Medication Pick-up from the Clinic
    Tuesday, May 12, 9-11 am

    If you have medications (Inhalers, Epi Pens, other medications) for your child still in the clinic,
    Please come to the front porch and stay in your car. Nurse Kern will bring out your medication.
    Please call her upon arrival. Phone Number: 346-291-0989 or Clinic 281-641-1305
    Please call Nurse Kern if you have any questions or if you cannot come at this time. Google Voice # 346-291-0989
     
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  • Update on Distance Learning: March 17, 2020
    NBE will continue to provide students with learning opportunities while our campus is closed. More Information

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FACTS & FIGURES

90+

sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.

45,000

Students

6,500

Employees

44

Campuses

11

Average years of experience for teachers

16:1

Student/Teacher Ratio

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