Humble ISD Administration Building
219 Main Street
219 Main Street, home of the Humble Museum in 2018
The Humble ISD School Board initially made plans to construct a new building for district administration in January 1970. The Wyatt C. Hedrick firm was appointed as the architects. Plans were submitted, and bids were received for construction. But, instead of selecting the contractor, the school board decided to abandon the project in April 1970.
The next month, May 1970, the school board had decided to instead purchase the old Humble State Bank building (Block 4, Lots 9, 10 and 12) at 219 Main Street for $84,000 from John R. McCraw. Wyatt C. Hedrick Architects provided plans for renovation of the old bank building into school district offices.
In August 1970 the construction contract for the renovation was awarded to Retco for $21,545.
School board accepted the building as substantially complete in November 1970, and then accepted the building as complete in December 1970.
The first School Board meeting was held in the new building in January 1971.