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    Humble ISD, in partnership with Lone Star College-Kingwood's LSC-TV, produces a monthly television program that airs on Kingwood Cable Channel 42 for some district residents. The show is hosted by Mrs. Carrie Brinsden and Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo, and brings you stories from all over our school district community.

       DECEMBER 2014 Your Schools Show

    Board Vice President Robert Sitton and Trustee Heath Rushing talk about how the School Board’s Building and Planning Committee supports education in Humble ISD.Board Vice President Robert Sitton and Trustee Heath Rushing talk about how the School Board’s Building and Planning Committee supports education in Humble ISD.
    Special Education Teacher Elizabeth Gardner talks about teaching and cheerleading for the Houston Texans.
    Atascocita High School Video Technology students Alexis Banda, Rebecca Smith and Emily Zuniga talk about producing “Inspiring Moments” videos for Humble ISD Board Meetings.
    Bilingual/Dual Language Elementary Specialist Rachel Clarke, Parent Eve Berumen and Pre-K student Lilly Olmedo talk about want Project TEAM does to foster mentoring relationships with our youngest English language learners.
    PTA Council members Laura Clarke, Marilyn Mann and Deborah Crow talk about winning the Texas PTA Award of Achievement-Gold Level in the category of Outstanding PTA Councils
      NOVEMBER 2014  Your Schools Show
    KHS Orchestra Director Dr. Christopher Reidlinger and KHS seniors Laura Michie and Gabe Fronk talk about their upcoming performance at the 68th annual Midwest Clinic International Band, Orchestra, and Music Conference in Chicago.
    Assistant Superintendent of Support Services Roger Brown and Lake Houston Chamber of Commerce Charlie Dromgoole talk about rapid growth in the Lake Houston Area and what Humble ISD is doing to accommodate enrollment growth.
    Assistant Superintendent of Support Services Roger Brown and Lake Houston Chamber of Commerce Charlie Dromgoole talk about rapid growth in the Lake Houston Area and what Humble ISD is doing to accommodate enrollment growth.
    Student Support Services Director Lesa Pritchard, Bear Branch Math Academic Lead Teacher Michelle McCrea and Bear Branch 5th grader Daniel Alexander talk about what Humble ISD has done to assure rigorous and relevant learning for all kids.
    Trustees Charles Cunningham and Angela Conrad talk about the School Board's Audit Committee.
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    School Board President Robert Scarfo and Legislative Committee Chair Heath Rushing talk about the School Board's Legislative Committee.
    Get to know Summer Creek High School Principal Nolan Correa
    Maplebrook Teacher Lisa Guin talks about her experience of winning Humble ISD Elementary Teacher Of The Year, getting a free vacation to Sedona, being a finalist for HEB Teacher of the Year, and her experience in teaching.
    KHS Senior Emma Ballard won the Shell Houston Open Junior Championship and Hannah Alberto won the Augusta National Junior Championship.
    KHS freshman Jake Ballard and Woodcreek Middle School teacher Heather Hughes talk about going to the Bahamas work with scientists in The Jason Project.
    Humble ISD Teacher of the Year Charlie Duke talks about his philosophy on teaching.
    Quest Early College High School facilitator Holly Schoettlin, Cambridge School Principal Tammey Harlan and Senior General Manager of Deerbrook Mall Sandra LaClave talk about what Deerbrook Mall is providing to schools through the My School's Cool contest.
    Oak Forest Teacher Mary Canavan and student Madison Waldon talk about a grant-funded Camp Learn-A-Lot.
    Woodcreek Middle School teacher Cynthia Young and students Isis Crooks and Tayler DeLaGarza talk about a service project–which culminated at their Coronation Ball–that gives amputees the gift of independence and mobility.
    School Board Vice President Robert Sitton and Board Member Charles Cunningham talk about how the Board's Program Evaluation Committe serves our schools.
    Guy-Carrie Aug2014 AUGUST 2014 Your Schools TV!
    2014 KHS graduates Travis Monteleone, Zach Cotter and Ross Pryor talk about this exciting club sport at Kingwood High School, and what it is like to compete at State.
    School Board President Robert Scarfo and Board Member Angela Conrad talk about the Board's Technology and Data Governance Committee.
    Director of Student Support Services Lesa Pritchard and Director of Career & Technical Education Marley Morris talk about how the new graduation plans in Humble ISD--in accordance with HB5--will help students prepare for their future.
    AHS Baseball Coach Eric Matthews and senior players Jonathan Higginbotham and Stephen Hunter talk about the incredible 2014 Eagle Baseball season.
    KHS Coach Tate Symons and athletes Myles Marshall and DeWitt Thomas talk about their experience of winning the 2014 State Championship.
    Hosts Dr. Guy Sconzo and Carrie Brinsden provide an overview of the August 2014 show.
    Guy-Lynn June 2014   See JULY 2014 Your Schools TV!
    This show is a surprise tribute to Lynn Fields, who is leaving her position as show co-host.
    KPHS Principal Brian Johnson talks about what Lynn has done for Kingwood Park High School.
    Dr. Alford Moore and Bill Biven recall serving on the Humble ISD Board of Trustees with Lynn Fields. Also includes a recorded message from Former Board Member Aaron Clevenson.
    Millie Garrison, Associate Executive Director of Humble Area Assistance Ministries, talks about what Lynn Fields has done to serve the community through HAAM.
    Introducing Humble ISD Education Foundation Executive Board member Carrie Brinsden as the new co-host of Your Schools TV.
    Lynn's farewell thoughts at the end of her last TV show.
    Guy-Lynn June 2014   See JUNE 2014 Your Schools TV!
    TMS Principal Kenneth Buck, TMS AVID Teacher/Coordinator Renee Herbstler, and TMS 8th Grader Christian Broussard talk about TMS becoming a National Demonstration School for the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program.
    Riverwood Middle School student Marshall Hartung and Timberwood Middle School students James Mills and David Mouton talk about JASON host researchers who visited Humble ISD middle schools. This project, sponsored by Chevron Houston, benefits STEM (science/technology/engineering/math) learning.
    Atascocita High School students Jakob Doxey and Nick O'Neil and AHS Lacrosse Coach Justin Sommers talk about their experience in starting a new club sport at AHS.
    HHS Head Football Coach Charles West and student athletes Karrington Donald, Justin Sheppard and Zaqchery Roberts talk about Read Across Humble, a mentoring program that is made up of off-season HHS athletes who have displayed outstanding academics throughout the school year.
    Parent Volunteer Judge Peggy Steup, Pine Forest Elementary student Tyler Eldringhoff and Timbers Elementary student Haylee Pupo talk about their participation in the Humble ISD Elementary Science Fair.
    Dr. Guy Sconzo and Lynn Fields give an overview of the June TV show.
    See MAY 2014 Your Schools TV!
    KHS Theater Teacher Frank Chuter, RMS Science Teacher Steve Winebaugh and CMS Art Teacher Allison McDermott Gardner talk about the fun and enriching summer camps they will host this summer.
    Deborah Tyler is the only PE teacher Hidden Hollow has ever known. She helped open the school in 1990. However, her replacement Michael Oros also has a history at HHE. He attended the school from grades K-5, and 14 years later is back as the new PE teacher.
    Robin Pullen, Cambridge School Teacher, Tammey Harlan, Cambridge School Principal, and Kristi Williams, Planet Ford Executive Assistant & Community Relations talk about what Planet Ford has done to benefit the MOSAIC program, which guides Humble ISD special needs students ages 18-22.
    Dr. Robert Meaux, Humble ISD Coordinator of Title Programs, is a published author. Dr. Meaux wrote “Images of America: Humble.” His book tells the history of Humble from the early 1870's through the 1940's.
    Darcy Petzold, Eagle Springs Elm. 1st grade teacher, April Maldonado, Eagle Springs Elm. Principal, and Donna Burkhardt, Eagle Springs Elm. Assistant Principal talk about the Humble ISD Education Grant Funded Love and Logic method used in classrooms.
    Wrap It Up!
    Dr. Sconzo and Lynn Fields provide an overview of the May 2014 Your Schools show.
    YSTV April-Lynn-Guy   See APRIL 2014  Your Schools TV!
    Riverwood Middle School Head Coach and Science Teacher Daniel Pearce, and eighth graders Marshall Hartung and Kaitlin Smith talk about competing in Science Olympiad.
    Jack Harty, a senior at KHS, is a self-described aviation enthusiast. This young man has overcome setbacks, has dreamed big, and has achieved even bigger.
    Charles West, HHS Head Football Coach, Charles Ned, HHS Principal, and HHS Senior and Wide Receiver Chette Veal talk about how Humble High School’s Wildcat football team won 1st place in the Greater Houston Referees Association’s Sportsmanship Awards.
    Career and Technical Education Director Marley Morris talks about the Humble ISD Career Expo and how it can help students plan for their future.
    Kingwood High School Art Teacher Erin Leatherwood and KHS Art Students Travis Brouillard and Haley Hefner talk about expressing Service Learning in art.
    Guy and Lynn give an overview of April's TV show.
    YSTV-March2014   See the MARCH 2014  Your Schools TV!
    Head Track Coach Shelton Ervin and student athlete Aaron Sharpe talk about the SCHS Track 
    Fine Arts Festival
    Humble ISD Director of Arts Education Houston Hayes, Art Teacher  & Festival Volunteer Coordinator Lisa Jones, and Lone Star College Fine Arts Event Coordinator Angie Spargur discuss the 12th Annual Fine Arts Festival to be held at Lone Star College-Kingwood on April 26
    Board Members Angela Conrad & Heath Rushing
    Get to know our newest board members, Angela Conrad and Heath Rushing.

    Foundation Board members and Gala Co-Chairs Jen Sitton and Patricia Williams talk about the upcoming Foundation Gala, a major fundraising for the Humble ISD Education Foundation.
    SCHS Integrated Athletics Coach Linda Lindsey and students Mary Banks, Kyrone McClendon, and Alex Calme talk about this new program that brings the opportunity for Special Education students to participate in sports and athletics in our high schools.
    Lynn and Guy provide an overview and close the show.
    Feb2014-TVshow   See FEBRUARY 2014  Your Schools TV!
    Board President Brent M. Engelage, Vice President Robert Scarfo, and Secretary Robert Sitton talk about what its like to governing a large school district.
    Humble ISD Police Chief Solomon Cook talks about Humble ISD’s new certification as a police training center.
    Curriculum Coordinator for Secondary Science Amanda McGee,​ Riverwood Middle School Science Teacher Anne Simms and RMS 6th grader Diego Cotte talk about an exciting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum and programming made possible through a $200,000 grant from Chevron Houston.
    Summer Creek Agriculture Science Teacher David Laird & FFA students Morgan Weihe and Kylee Newberry talk about a service project that included Humble ISD high schools and 17 other high schools.
    HHS Alumnus and former Humble ISD employee Allan Griffin talks about activities of our oldest alumni association
    Nov13-TVshow   See JANUARY 2014 Your Schools TV!
    Quest Service Learning Coordinator Bobbie Rogina and students Kaitlyn McMahon and
    Nyla Wilson talk about the school’s long-standing culture of serving others.
    KHS senior Jullian Duran  talks about the honor of leading the Mayor’s Youth Council of 40 students from across the Houston area. 
    Kingwood Park High School student Coryn Levine was one of only 30 high school juniors in the nation invited to participate in the United States Congressional Page Program during 2013.
    Park Lakes Elementary School Counselor Taylor Suszko will talk about Lexi, a certified Therapy Dog and how she helps in counseling children. The dog will be in this segment!
    Rodeo Committee volunteer and former bull rider Adam Foster talks about upcoming Rodeo activities.
    Nov13-TVshow   See DECEMBER 2013  Your Schools TV!
    Hospitality Courses Open Career Pathways
    Hospitality Careers Instructor Rise McCann, KHS Junior Adam Castillo and KPHS junior Brooke Zochert talk about this exciting way to prepare for a career straight out of high school.
    Cardboard City
    HHS Service Learning Site Coordinator Stacy Hamlet, HHS student Josh Worthington and AHS student Michelle Sora talk about this student-led project to learn about homlessness
    Teachers of the Year
    District Teacher of the Year Joanna Grigsby talks about her philosophy and passion for
    North Belt Elementary Banquet Boutique
    Principal Macaire McDonough-Davies, Pastor Lee Elder, and 5th grader Shayla Garcia talk about a program in which the school and community provided a way that students can “buy” clothes and accessories to wear to their 5th grade Manners Banquet

     Nov2013-TVshow See NOVEMBER 2013 Your Schools TV!

    Kingwood Park High School Lead Science Teacher Kathleen Goerner and students Nicholas McHenry and William Lofton talk about what our high school students are learning in robotics competition.
    Timbers Elementary 5th Grade Teacher & Olympiad Coordinator Stacey Ward and Atascocita Middle School 6th graders Kade Campbell and Michael Malinowski talk about Math Olympiad competition for elementary students.
    MOSAIC teacher Roni Jo Frasier and student Breanne Garza talk about how students in the Mosaic program are learning to advocate for themselves, a crucial step in becoming an independent adult.
    Child Nutrition Director Robin Young and Assistant Director Shirley Parker talk about CNS winning the School Nutrition Association's 2013 Successful practices poster showcase. Only one school district from the nation is recognized annually.
     Oct2013-TVshow   See OCTOBER 2013 Your Schools TV!

    CMS teacher Jan York and CMS 8th graders Megan Cambio and Katie Lee talk abouty learning to serve their community and winning the Family Time Woman of Achievement--Commmunity Activist award.
    Humble ISD Education Foundation Golf Co-Chair Adam Zaske talks about the Foundation Golf Tournament and how it benefits innovative education grants in Humble ISD..
    Secondary Teacher of the Yedar Samuel Pollard talks about his philosophy and passion for teaching.
    Facilitator and Camp Coordinator Deanne Moore, KPHS Camp Counselor Eugene Wan, and AHS Camper Danette Hector talk about this summer day camp that prepares a group of rising freshmen for their first year on a new campus.
    • Satellite technology for outdoor fun at Woodland Hills Elementary
      WHE Assistant Principal Julie Brewer, student Adeer Siddiqui and parent Mohammed Siddiqui talk about the innovative grant-funded Geocaching Club in which students are using 21st-century satellite technology while having old-fashioned fun outdoors.

    • Bridges to College & Career planning for middle school students
      Creekwood Middle School counselor Julie Crain, Parent Lindy Nelson-Paryag and student Trent Nelson-Paryag talk about how the Bridges program for determining career interest is helpful in planning for high school career pathways.

    • What students are learning & earning in Engineering Program
      Engineering Teacher Loyd Callahan and two students talk about the Engineering Design program, where students can earn their Auto CAD Certified Associate certification – free of cost to the student and family.

    • Girl Talk at Pine Forest Elementary
      School Counselor Jennifer Vandenbrook, 5th grader Zoe Wooden and 2nd grader Shelby Winn talk about this innovative grant-funded project to address bullying, aggression and self-image at Pine Forest Elementary.

    • Woodland Hills' Chelsea Dean is Texas Intervener of the Year
      Woodland Hills Lifeskills Teacher Linne Querubin, Parent Caroline Daley and Lifeskills Paraeducator Chelsea Dean talk about earning the Intervener of the Year Award, and how that affects the life of one very special deaf/blind child.


    • Mosaic Teacher is Woman of the Year
      Cambridge School/Mosaic teacher Geralyn Sullivan received the Family Time Woman of Achievement award for education. She will talk about her work at Cambridge School.

    • Growing our own teachers: A CTE pathway
      Family and Consumer Science Teacher Rolanda Wilkins, KPHS student Lauren Addison and KHS student Ann Vondrak talk about how we are “growing our own teachers” in this CTE pathway for students who are interested in the field of education.

    • What makes us a Finalist for H-E-B Excellence
      Assistant Superintendent for High Schools Trey Kraemer, Parent Linda Taylor and SCHS student Krysten Barnes talk about what it means to be recognized by H-E-B for this award.

    • Fine Arts Festival is coming soon!
      Elementary Arts Facilitator Stacia Gower, and art teacher Lisa Jones talk about this multi-faceted event that highlights HISD and LSC-K students’ fine arts talents. Attendance averages between 4,000 and 5,000 people a year.

    • Excessive state-mandated testing
      Board of Education President Charles Cunningham and Board Secretary Robert Scarfo discuss the issues of excessive state-mandated testing

    • Experience the Science & Engineering Fair
      Humble ISD Science Fair Coordinator and former Board member Aaron Clevenson, Greentree Elementary student Olivia Allen and parent volunteer Kathryn Padhye talk about participation in the district science fair.

    • Super music program at Lakeshore Elementary
      Music teacher Jonathan Kaciuba and 5th graders Penelope Navar, Camryn Mahone, and Hayden Glenn talk about extra-curricular music groups at Lakeshore Elementary.

    • Fun at the Foundation Gala
      Foundation Gala PR Chairman Carol Sutton talks about the upcoming Foundation Gala and Kristi Williams of Planet Ford talks about their exciting donation for a deserving teacher.

    • An exciting donation for a deserving teacher
      Students Nylah Wilson and Melissa Davenport have earned an Associates Degree through Quest Early College High School. They discuss their learning experience at QECHS.
    • QECHS: an Associate's Degree BEFORE graduating high school!
      Students Nylah Wilson and Melissa Davenport have earned an Associates Degree through Quest Early College High School. They discuss their learning experience at QECHS.


    Guy-Lynn January 2013 Your Schools TV
    • Humble Rodeo is coming up!
      Rodeo Committee volunteer and former Rodeo Competitor Adam Foster will talk about the Humble Rodeo schedule of events and entertainers.
    • Agriculture Science in Humble ISD
      KPHS Agricultural Science Teacher Kevin McCarty and students Bryant Williford and Rae Delk talk about Agriculture Science and what is involved in producing show-quality animals.
    • Get to know our School Board
      School Board President Charles Cunningham, Vice President Brent M. Engelage, and Parliamentarian Robert Sitton talk about what inspires and drives them to serve as School Board members.
    • Humble ISD Legislative Committee
      School Board President & Legislative Committee Chair Charles Cunningham, Legislative Committee member & Chief Operating Officer of Memorial Herman Northeast Heath Rushing, and Legislative Committee member & RMS Academic Lead Teacher Liz Brod talk about the goals of the Humble ISD Legislative Committee in affecting the future of education in Texas.
    • Wrap it up!
      Superintendent Guy Sconzo and former Board Member Lynn Fields provide an overview of this month's show.

    Channel 42 Viewing Schedule

    Below is the schedule for viewing the show on channel 42. The program is available to district residents who are subscribers of Cebridge. For more information, please visit the LSC-TV web site.

    Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
    7:15 am
    3:15 am 8:15 am
    6:15 am
    7:15 am 3:15 am 8:15 am
    1:15 pm 10:15 am 12:15 am 11:15 am 12:15 pm 10:15 am 5:15 pm
    7:15 pm 5:15 pm 11:15 pm
    5:15 pm 7:15 pm 6:15 pm 11:15 pm