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District News

  • 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 new to district Kindergarten students may now pre-register online for the 2020-2021 school year to facilitate staff and campus planning. More Information

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  • After-School Activities Cancelled through April 30
    After-school activities have been cancelled through April 30, with a few exceptions. More Information

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  • Humble ISD schools and buildings to be closed through April 10
    Humble ISD schools and buildings will be closed, with all events and activities canceled, through Friday, April 10. This is part of the ongoing effort to support our nation’s need to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic. More information

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Campus News & Announcements

  • WHE School Spirit Week-3/23-3/27
    Show us your school spirit by participating in WHE's first virtual spirit week. Tweet your photos to @HumbleISD_WHE and use #WHELearningFromHome. For details, pleasse see our poster.  We can't wait to see your pictures!

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  • Update on Distance Learning: March 17, 2020
    WHE will continue to provide students with learning opportunities while our campus is closed. More Information

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  • PTA Carnival Rescheduled
    Mark your calendar! The carnival has been rescheduled for November 7, 2020.  Thank you for your understanding. 

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  • 2019-2020 WHE Yearbook Sales
    Place your yearbook order online today and save $5. After February 29, 2020, the yearbook price will be $25.00.  To place an order, please visit our PTA yearbook webpage and revisit all those memorable moments during the 2019-2020 school year at WHE.  The deadline to purchase a yearbook is April 1, 2020.

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  • K-2 Literacy Assessments
    In the reading process, there are a variety of skills that are critical in becoming a successful reader.  During K-2 parent conferences, your child's teacher will share a "Student Reading Progress" report. The purpose of this report is to share your child's progress over time in key reading areas. Learn more about the new Humble ISD Student Reading Progress report: Parent Video (YouTube).

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








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