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  • Back to School 2020
    Check the comprehensive Fall 2020 Overview to learn more about what Humble ISD is doing to provide the best environment for our In PersonOnline, and Online+ UIL students.

    Guardians may use the Learning Location Form to change their choice of instructional setting for their children.

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ESE News

  • Red Ribbon Week Oct 26-30
    Be Happy. Be Free. Be Drug Free. As we celebrate drug awareness week let’s dress up and take a stance against drugs together! 
    Monday Oct. 26: Put a cap on drugs! Wear a hat to show that we are drug-free!
    Tuesday Oct. 27: Land of the drug-free, Home of the brave! Wear red, white, and blue to show that we are free from drugs.
    Wednesday Oct. 28: Sock it to drugs! Wear crazy socks to show that you are committed to being drug free. 
    Thursday Oct. 29: Too smart to start! Come dressed in your favorite nerd clothes today!
    Friday Oct. 30: Rockin and Rollin a drug-free life! Let’s celebrate being drug-free on the 50th day of school by wearing 50’s attire!

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  • BINGO
    ESE PTO is excited to announce BINGO is back!!! Just like everything else in 2020, it will look a little different, so please stay tuned for more information from ESE on BINGO day at school. We will be doing raffle baskets at the school for the kids to bid on, but we need parents help with either basket item donations or cash donations to purchase raffle basket items. We need to collect these items by October 23.
    If you would like to purchase a basket item, please check out our Amazon Wish List.
    OR, if you would like to donate cash to purchase items for the raffle baskets, please visit the Fundraising Page on the PTO Website.

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  • Party Fees
    Even though on-campus visitors are not currently allowed, in-person students will still have seasonal parties in their classrooms. If you haven't already done so please visit the PTO Website to pay your $10/student party fee. Thanks you so much, we look forward to planning fun parties for our students!

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  • Eagle Points for Parents
    Please review the Eagle Points for Parents for all updated policies and procedures!  Due to our unprecedented circumstances this school year, there are many changes that you will want to know!

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  • Online Learning Platforms for 2020
    For online instruction, our school will use:
    Grades PK-2: SeeSaw
    Grades 3-5: Google Classroom
    Help is available for using both platforms on the Help for Students website.

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  • Credit By Exam for Acceleration (CBE)
    Humble ISD provides testing sessions for students who wish to attempt Credit by Examination for Acceleration to skip a grade. For students interested in acceleration without prior instruction please visit Mrs. Lilly’s website for more information

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  • How to do Stuff Online!
    Located in MyHumble, Help For Students, has lots of information if you need tech help at home! Check it out for help with Chromebooks, Google Classroom and more!

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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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