2016-2017 Year In Review
Looking back at the 2016-2017 school year, it's easy to see an abundance of success and a compassionate spirit in Humble ISD.
Humble ISD Fine Arts Festival at Lone Star College-Kingwood
Each year Humble ISD hosts a Fine Arts Festival. 2017 marked the 15th year anniversary of this amazing event.
2017-2018 Teachers of the Year
Celebrating Humble ISD's 2017-2018 Teachers of the Year at the Education Foundation Gala.
Gain insight into the design and leadership of Humble ISD's newest school - Groves Elementary. Visit humbleisd.net/ge for more information.
The Dream Team
Starting November 2, 2016 a group of about 80 students, parents, educators, business representatives and community members forming the new Portrait of an Humble ISD Graduate. This group was named The Dream Team because of its focus on dreaming of outcomes for students.
School Board Appreciation
Kingwood High School's Audio Video Production students were recently researching what makes the Humble ISD Board of Trustees so amazing. Here's what they discovered.
FFA students from Kingwood and Kingwood Park High Schools host "Santa's Farm" every year. They take donations for local charities while the community comes and enjoys seeing the animals, eating cookies, drinking hot chocolate and visiting with Santa..
The Humble ISD JROTC programs prepare students for success in any career by focusing on multiple aspects of education. They also participate in numerous community service events each year, including honoring our Veterans.
Share Your Dreams Humble ISD was officially formed in 1919. As we look back at a century of accomplishments, we also want to reflect on what goals we need to set to ensure another 100 years of success for our current students and generations to come. A team of students, parents, teachers, staff, business leaders and community members – representative of the whole district – will begin meeting Nov. 2 to discuss what students need to be future-ready. After the New Year, there will be an online engagement experience on this topic involving the entire community.
Humble ISD Education Foundation The Humble ISD Education Foundation makes a huge difference for our students. The Foundation is made up of a group of people dedicated to making the impossible possible for our teachers, staff and students. Many grants are issued each year. This month's Inspiring Moments highlights four: Be A Buddy at Lakeshore Elementary (in cooperation with Woodcreek Middle School; There's No Place Like Home at North Belt Elementary; Creativity Fills The Sound Waves at Eagle Springs Elementary; and 24-Hour Theatre at Humble High School. These grants are but a small example of the innovative ideas from Humble ISD teachers and staff.
2016 Junior Olympic Games Hosted at Humble ISD's Turner Stadium Humble ISD hosted the track & field portion of the 2016 Junior Olympic Games at Turner Stadium. This Inspiring Moments video provides some background on how that special opportunity came about and what it means to our community.
Camp G.I.V.E. Service Learning is a part of the culture in Humble ISD. In July 2016, 21 students from high schools throughout the district participated in Camp G.I.V.E. (Generously Investing and Volunteering to Empower). This intensive, two-week day camp guided students who are interested in philanthropy through unique experiences to develop service-learning leadership skills.