Humble ISD expands options for student COVID testing
Humble ISD has partnered with community organizations to provide additional choices for families who would like their child tested for COVID-19. All testing is optional and offered as convenient local solutions. NEW FOR 2021: Option for students experiencing symptoms or a close contact.
Detailed information on options for student COVID testing.
Concert Honoring First Responders - April 23
In honor of the first responders who serve our community every day, especially during the pandemic, AMS is hosting a concert to recognize their courage and service. We are inviting all first responders -- firefighters, police, nurses, doctors, paramedics, etc. -- to enjoy a concert with our award-winning band, orchestra, and choir. There will be student speakers as well.
All AMS students will enjoy the concert through a live video conference from their 7th period class. Students with family members OR staff of family members being honored will be invited to enjoy the concert live in the gym. Limited invitations to sit in the gym will ensure social distancing.
Please help us HONOR our First Responders by completing this Google Form!
First Responders Informational Webpage
Academic Excellence Awards Ceremonies
It's that time of year when we recognize our students for their Academic Excellence. Sixth and seventh grade awards will be held on the evening of May 3, 2021. Eighth grade awards will be held on the evening of May 4, 2021. There will be changes made for this event. This year instead of being held indoors, we will have an awards “DRIVE BY!" Parents and their student(s) will pull up into the bus lane and will be given an envelope containing all paper awards, medals, President Awards, etc.
Class of 2021 Senior Parade
AMS invites our Class of 2021 alumni back for a Senior Parade on Tuesday, May 25, 3:00 p.m. Please wear your cap and gown.
Lost Loved Ones Fund
MAM (Memorial Assistance Ministries) received a grant to provide $3,500 to families who have experienced the loss of an immediate family member due to Covid-19. To qualify, applicants must be a resident of Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery or Waller County; have experienced the loss since March 1, 2020; and have a household income of less than 80% of Area Median Income (AMI). Qualifying families will be provided with the funds to address immediate needs such as funeral arrangements, or assistance with rent, mortgage, or utilities. All individuals will receive information and referrals to grief counseling. How to Apply
Congratulations to the following 6th and 7th grade Tigers on their outstanding performance at the UIL A+ Academics Invitational: Math - D. Brown 1st Chess - G. Hannsz 2nd Number Sense - G. Hannsz 3rd Social Studies - E. Soper 3rd Impromptu Speaking - N. Scott 2nd, A. Irvin-Smith 3rd Oral Reading - L. Soriano 1st, P. Kees 3rd Modern Oratory - J. Huckaby 1st, E. Patterson 3rd
AMS had two teams compete at the district-wide Battle of the Books competition. Books Anomaly (Abby Schwer, Ally Wengenroth, Kynzi Martinez, and Adelyn Rusli) made it to Round 2 and won Best Team Name. Expecto Patronum (Camryn Parrott, Jonathan Hark, and Aubrie MacDonald) were the Runners Up.
FACTS & FIGURES
sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.
Average years of experience for teachers