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  • KMS choir performs for WHE students

    Posted by Public Communications on 2/3/2020

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    Woodland Hills Elementary fifth grade students had an opportunity to hear a recent performance of the KMS choir. What a treat!

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  • Woodcreek Athlete shows caring character

    Posted by Public Communications on 9/23/2019

    WCMS-athlete-MayaaSerano2019.jpg Woodcreek Middle School Principal Alan Moye is very proud of student athlete Maya Serrano. Check out the letter he received:

    Hello, I wanted to bring something to your attention that happened at today’s middle school cross country meet. First of all, let me say I’m just a mom who was there cheering on my 8th grade AMS boy. We stayed to watch the 8th grade girls and very early on in the race one of our girls began limping and could barely run. I honestly didn’t think she would be able to finish.

     

    Fast forward to coming around to the gate to the finish line – that’s when I noticed one of your (WMS) girls holding our (AMS) girl’s hand helping her along. It completely melted my heart and showed great character from this young lady.

    Please find this runner and let her know how amazing she is. Also, I wanted to thank you for the leadership. You set the example that all of these young people follow, and that example shined bright at today’s meet. Please pass this note along as appropriate, especially the cross country coaches.

    Sincerely, an AMS parent

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  • KHS FFA students donate art supplies to children's hospital

    Posted by Public Communications on 7/29/2019

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    Kingwood High School FFA students donated art supplies to the Cook's Children Hospital in Fort Worth at the 91st Texas FFA Convention.

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  • KPHS and SCHS students honored for Tiny Home Project

    Posted by PCO on 10/10/2018

    Students honored for Tiny Home Project

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    Students from Kingwood Park and Summer Creek high schools were recognized at the Oct. 9 Board Meeting for their project to provide tiny homes to homeless veterans. Pictured from left are Board President Charles Cunningham, students Michael Vickers (KPHS), Morgan Sanford (KPHS), Nicholas Logan (KPHS), Natalia Andrade (SCHS), Sarah Dalby (KPHS), Blayne Adams (SCHS), Melissa Rasmussen (KPHS), Stuart Hebert (KPHS) Jayme Wilkey (KPHS), Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagan, SCHS Student Leadership Teacher Julie Sahmel, SCHS Architecture Teacher James Gaylord and SCHS Assistant Principal Al Segura

     

    Students Helping Veterans: Big Heroes, Tiny Homes is a collaborative initiative between Kingwood Park High School and Summer Creek High School in Humble ISD. Students from these schools are taking on a seemingly impossible challenge... homelessness. Specifically, they are wanting to create a community for homeless Veterans. They have presented their ideas with the Mayor of Humble and the Mayor of Houston, and are well on their way to building their first home, but are looking to partner with businesses and non-profits to make this a sustainable solution. For more information and to support this initiative, please visit: https://www.humbleisd.net/studentshelpingveterans.

    You can get a news story from the Tribune HERE.

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  • HARTA donates to CLC

    Posted by Public Communications on 9/24/2018

    HARTA-CLC-donation-09-2018-FamilyAlbum The Humble Area Retired Teachers Association (HARTA) recently donated funds to Humble ISD’s Community Learning Center to provide books for teen mothers, Early Learning classrooms and a lending library related to pregnancy and early childhood. Pictured from left are HARTA president Pat Kahak, former Humble ISD Community Class Teacher Linda Spiro, Humble ISD Pregnancy Related Services Specialist Melissa Whittington, and HARTA Reading Program Chairman Cathy Shepeard. HARTA is a local organization of the Texas Retired Teachers Association, and although most members are former Humble ISD educators, it includes teachers who retired from any school district and live in our local area.

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  • An Angelic Hero in Child Nutrition Services

    Posted by Public Communications on 2/8/2018
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    An angel was watching over the Woodland Hills Elementary cafeteria manager!  Thanks to CNS employee Paula Angelmaier's quick thinking and action in performing the heimlich maneuver, she was able to save the life of her manager, Julie Frederick, on Jan. 12. 
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  • Golf Classic Fundraiser brings $50,000 to Athletics Program

    Posted by Public Information on 8/9/2017

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    Golf coaches and student representatives from AHS, HHS, KMS, KPHS, and SCHS presented a check for $50,000 to the Humble ISD Athletics Program at the August 8 School Board Meeting. The money was raised through the Humble ISD Golf Classic tournament.

     

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  • Fundraiser for former AMS teacher

    Posted by Public Information on 8/8/2017

    Former AMS teacher Melinda Greene is battling stage four brain cancer. She is the mother of two boys, Cody and Matthew and wife of Brian Greene. A fundraiser to help the Greene family with medical expenses will be held on August 12 at Tin Cup Sports, 24501 FM 2100 Suite A, Huffman, TX, 77336. The Greene family appreciates your support.

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  • Humble ATPE represents Humble ISD teachers at the Capitol

    Posted by Public Communications on 3/20/2017

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    AUSTIN, Texas — Humble ATPE was represented by 17 of its members when Humble ISD teachers joined more than 400 educators with the Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) at the Capitol, Monday, March 6. They discussed with lawmakers important education issues, such as opposing school vouchers, funding an equitable solution to fully funding public education, and providing affordable healthcare options for public school employees.

     

    “It is an honor to represent our colleagues from Humble ISD.  We are especially proud to stand with the new Chairman of the House Committee on Public Education on the day he unveiled HB21, which is important new legislation on school finance designed as a first step to boost per-student funding,” said Humble ATPE President Stephanie Baker.  
     

    ATPE at the Capitol is a two-day event where educators learn about education policy and connect with their elected legislators. With more than 100,000 members statewide and 1,959 locally, ATPE is the state’s and the district’s largest educator group and the voice of public education.  

     
    Shown with State Representative and Public Education Chairman Dan Huberty (R-Humble) are front row left to right, Humble ATPE President Stephanie Baker, 4th Grade RELA, Eagle Springs Elementary; Past President Melissa Crizer, Energy Manager, Humble ISD, Representative Huberty, Immediate Past President Stacey Ward, 5th Grade Math and Science Teacher, Timbers Elementary.  
     
    Behind them left to right are Louis, Mascolo, 10-11th grade Chemistry, 12th grade, Aeroscience Engineering Teacher, Kingwood High School; Robert McAndrews, Career & Technology Education Teacher, PACE Program, Community Learning Center, and Part Time Professor of Education & Technology Departments, Lone Star College; Allan Griffin, retired Assistant Director of Transportation, Humble ISD; Donald Sampley, Public Member, ATPE and Exec Director of Improved Living Foundation; Erika Mitcham, 4th Math, Science & Social Studies Teacher, Eagle Springs Elementary; CindyMcAndrews, Retired High School Art Teacher and Current Professor of Humanities, Lone Star College; Gina O'Toole, 6th Grade Science Teacher, Woodcreek Middle School; Jim Dang, Math Department, Grades 10-12, Precalculus and Calculus AP/Dual Instructor, Kingwood Park High School; Leah Kolarik, 1st Grade Teacher, Lakeshore Elementary; Ana Mascolo, NBCT RELA Academic Lead Teacher, Creekwood Middle School; Emily Garcia, NBCT 3rd Grade Teacher, Hidden Hollow Elementary; Gayle Sampley, Retired Elementary Behavior Training Teacher, Humble ISD; Charter Humble ATPE President James Ellis, Government Teacher, Lone Star College and Houston Community College; and Tesslyn Mustain, 8th Grade RELA Teacher, Timberwood Middle School.
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  • Kingwood Middle School boys help save an elderly neighbor

    Posted by Public Communications on 2/27/2017

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    KUDOS to Kingwood Middle School students Joseph and Phillip Suarez for rescuing an elderly neighbor. This story is from a Channel 13 broadcast:


    Friday, February 24, 2017 09:23PM
    HOUSTON ABC13 (KTRK) --

    Usually brothers Joseph and Phillip Suarez would have already been at school. But, yesterday, they could go to school later. It was because of that they were there to help their neighbor. Joseph Suarez described what he noticed, "I saw her. She was on the ground, in front of her car."

    The brothers were walking on their block on the way to school in Kingwood when they heard someone call out. Phillip said, "We heard her yelling help and I turned around because I had a bad feeling about it."

    A neighbor who is 92 years old had fallen and needed help. She was stuck alone for 20 minutes and could not get her phone to work until the boys showed up. Joseph said, "She said she just kinda blacked out for a second and she fell."

    Phillip added, "I was comforting her making sure she didn't move."

    Paramedics arrived and the boy's mother got a call from their school. Marcy Suarez could not be more proud of her boys, "I teared up and was just filled with so much pride and it's just like them to be those caring, nurturers kind of kids."

    The young men took the initiative to act fast and work together. Turns out, it is something they learned from their father, Phillip, a Metro police officer who died from cancer almost two years ago.

    Phillip described why he did not hesitate to stop and help.

    "It's a thing that you have to do cause you don't just see someone laying on the ground and oh well just leave them right there, we have to do the right thing."

    At 12 and 14 years old, the brothers know they want to be like their father and become police officers one day to help people like he did. And now, like they did.

    "I think he'd say 'good job'."

    The brother's neighbor is recuperating in the hospital right now. Hospital officials say her family is eager to say thank you to the brothers.

    Watch the video at http://abc13.com/video/embed/?pid=1772025

     

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