• Humble ISD Council of PTAs
     
    The Humble ISD Council of PTAs was organized in 1988.We now have 31 local units: 17 elementary schools and 14 secondary schools in the Humble Independent School District. Members receive a periodic newsletter and access to events, such as officer and chairman training, leader orientation training, general meetings, Founders Day Luncheon, and the presentation of the Humble ISD Council of PTAs scholarships.

    Purpose
    The Humble ISD Council for PTAs is the vital link of communications among the local, district, State and National PTAs. It serves to inform, inspire and instruct the local member units. Its responsibilities are to strengthen local PTAs/PTSAs; to develop leadership; to promote membership; and cooperate in improving the education and welfare of children and youth.

    Policies
    The Humble ISD Council of PTAs does not legislate for local units; does not duplicate the work of district and local units; cooperates with, but does not join other groups; does not pay dues to State and National; and is a delegated body, but its meetings are open to all members of all units in membership with the Council.

    Dues
    The annual dues for membership in the Humble ISD Council of PTAs are $75 for each local PTA/PTSA unit and should be paid to the council treasurer no later than October 1st.

    Delegates
    Five (5) duly accredited delegates represent each local PTA/PTSA unit in the Humble ISD Council of PTAs. These delegates are selected by the local PTA/PTSAs to represent them at all Council meetings and functions. Delegates should consist of the PTA/PTSA President; Principal, and three (3) members of the association. Alternates may vote if delegates are unable to attend.

    Helpful links:
    The Humble ISD Internal Auditor's office has some helpful information relating to the financial aspect of exempt organizations, such as PTAs
     
    Scholarships:
     
     
    Humble ISD Council of PTAs Executive Board 2017-2018