Inspiring Moments 2017-2018
2018-2019 Teachers of the Year
Humble ISD is fortunate to have the very best teachers. This Inspiring Moments video takes you into the classrooms of two of Humble ISD's superstars - Daniel Green, Secondary Teacher of the Year, and Amanda Kopp, Elementary Teacher of the Year AND the Humble ISD District Teacher of the Year.H-E-B Outstanding School Board Award Winner
At H-E-B's annual Excellence in Education Awards ceremony celebrating public schools, H-E-B revealed that the 2018 Outstanding Board of the Year is Humble ISD! At the awards ceremony, H-E-B played a video about Humble ISD to a ballroom full of state legislators, award-winning educators, and their guests. This Inspiring Moment video shows H-E-B's video and highlights the evening.Adaptive Sports Complex
On March 24, the Humble ISD community celebrated the dedication of the Insperity Adaptive Sports Complex. Humble ISD is honored to have partnered with the YMCA on this unique sports complex and playground that serves students and the community. This complex was funded by generous corporate and individual donors.The Power of Art
This Inspiring Moments video reveals the power of art in life - as told by Humble ISD students and teachers.The Big Bang Percussion Ensemble
The Big Bang Percussion Ensemble has been selected to perform at the Texas Music Educators Association and Clinic in San Antonio, Texas. They are one of only eight elementary groups in the state selected to perform at the state conference. They gave a sneak peek of their performance at the February Humble ISD Board of Trustees meeting.What is a Board of Trustees?
January is school board appreciation month. Carson Kee, a fourth grade student at Foster Elementary, shared his report on what a board of trustees is and why they do what they do.Creekwood Middle School Percussion Ensemble
In its first year of existence, the Creekwood Middle School Percussion Ensemble was invited to perform at The Midwest Clinic - an international band, orchestra and music conference held every year in Chicago. The Midwest Clinic has over 17,000 participants from all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries.#HumbleISDThankful
After learning about the devastation Hurricane Harvey left behind, people across the nation reach out to Humble ISD. The Community Development Office and Education Foundation worked continuously with hundreds of donors to accept monetary donations, thousands of backpacks full of school supplies and unloaded multiple 18-wheeler truckloads of supplies all for our students. This month's Inspiring Moments video is a thank you message to each donor on behalf of Humble ISD.BullStangs
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey dumping 40-50 inches of rain in the area, Kingwood High School was completely flooded and deemed unsafe to use. While the building is being restored, the students and staff of KHS are sharing a campus with Summer Creek High School, another school in Humble ISD. This video details some of the processes involved in making the decision to share a school and how students and staff are adapting to this temporary change.Humble ISD Strong
The start of the 2017-2018 school year was not what anyone expected. Hurricane Harvey ravaged the area with unprecedented rain and flooding. Here is a small sample of how the Humble ISD community came together in a time of crisis to put families and schools back together.Power of Possibilities
During the Power of Possibilities summer training workshops, 1,800 teachers and administrators attended nearly 300 different sessions in June and July 2017. The idea was to bring authentic learning experiences to the teachers so they could utilize the concepts and ideas in their classroom. The results far exceeded expectations.Creekwood Middle School - I am WE
Humble ISD is committed to serving each and every child, no matter what challenges they may face. This month’s Inspiring Moments video shows how teachers and students at Creekwood Middle School benefitted when they welcomed a special student into their lives.