District COVID testing sites for students closed Thanksgiving week; reopen on Nov. 30
Humble ISD’s COVID testing sites for students will be closed the week of Thanksgiving and reopen on Monday, Nov. 30. The district offers free, optional COVID testing to students who attend school on campus and whose parents would like for them to be tested. Parents make a request through the online Student COVID-19 Curbside Test Request Form. Humble ISD schools are closed the week of Thanksgiving, November 23-27. Classes resume Monday, November 30. More information regarding COVID testing for students.
Atascosita Presbyterian Church, 19426 Atasca Oaks Drive, 77346, is a site for COVID-19 testing offered by Harris County Public Health on Monday, Nov. 23 – Wednesday, Nov. 25. Open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Register at www.hcphtx.us or call 832-927-7575. Appointments preferred. Walk-Ins welcome.
Additional options for testing are:
covid-19-testing(City of Houston)
harriscountytx.gov/(Harris County Public Health)
www.txcovidtest.org (Texas Division of Emergency Management)
https://www.readyharris.org/ (Harris County)
Middle School End of Semester Grading Procedures
Humble ISD’s grading procedures will remain consistent with those used in prior school years for middle school courses. Read more about Middle School End of Semester Grading Procedures
Fall 2020 Overview
Check the comprehensive Fall 2020 Overview to learn more about what Humble ISD is doing to provide the best environment for our In Person, Online, and Online+ UIL students.
Guardians may use the Learning Location Form to change their choice of instructional setting for their children.
Back to School 2020 Website
Houston Food Bank Backpack Buddy Program
Humble ISD has partnered with the Houston Food Bank Backpack Buddy Program to offer students assistance each week with a sack of food. Please see the Counselor's website for all the details.
Summer 2022 Trip (Current 7th Graders)
It's not too late to sign up for the Summer 2022 trip to Washington DC & NYC! This trip will happen after the student's 8th grade year. And for those who enroll before Thanksgiving, you automatically receive a $500 Scholarship. For more information and to enroll, please see: bit.ly/DCNYC2022
Annual Fund Treasure Hunt!
AMS has many GEMS -- students, staff, & programs! The Annual Fund is our "one-time, one-ask" to the AMS Community to support the programs that can't be supported by the district budget alone. The Annual Fund Treasure Hunt will last from Nov. 2 - Dec. 4. Check out the AMS Annual Fund website for more information: AMS Website - Annual Fund
Give to the Annual Fund.
Bringing Devices to School (District or Personal)
Technology (Chromebooks) is needed in order to provide the portion of our "Learning is Personal" Vision that includes blended learning & small-group instruction. Beginning Oct. 12, all on-campus students with a school-issued Chromebook will need to return the device to campus. This could change if COVID-19 data increases leading to the district to change learning locations.
Congratulations to our Red Ribbon Challenge participants and top 2 winners:Blaine R. and Leah S.! They had to create their best spoken rap, song, poem or writing about peer pressure & substance abuse incorporating the theme: Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug Free. Many thanks to those who participated in the challenge. Please continue to be the positive light in supporting one another! #LightTheWay
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Oct. 13. Each month, campuses and departments select an individual to be honored as a Super Staffer for their outstanding work in advancing student achievement.
FACTS & FIGURES
sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.
Average years of experience for teachers