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  • Elementary admins support students and former students at Livestock Auction

    Posted by Public Communications on 1/31/2020




    These Elementary Admins were seen out supporting "our amazing Humble ISD students" at the livestock auction.


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  • UT Football Player visits TMS

    Posted by Public Communications on 1/31/2020

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    University of Texas Offensive Tackle Sam Cosmi gave his jersey to the Timberwood Middle School Panthers. Principal Kenneth Buck expressed his pride in this former student. Sammy is a former student of TMS and also a graduate of AHS.

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  • Super Staffers

    Posted by Robin McAdams on 10/18/2019



    Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Oct. 15. This month’s Super Staffer Awards is sponsored by Humble ISD Education Foundation. Pictured from left are School Board President Nancy Morrison, Kingwood Park High School SPED Support Staff Tiffany May, Technology Department VM Administrator Ken Hair, and Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen. Not pictured is Timbers Elementary Reading/Language Arts Academic Lead Teacher Kasandra Elvir.


    Honored at the Board Meeting were the following Super Staffers:

    Kasandra Elvir — Timbers Elementary, RELA Alt
    Those who nominated her said, "Mrs. Elvir is the Kindergarten-Second Grade RELA ALT at Timbers Elementary. She is such an amazing support to our staff! She goes out of her way to not only plan, but also model great reading instruction for teachers. She plans the lesson that she will model as if she is doing it with her own class and is willing to go into a teacher's classroom for several days to take the class through the entire lesson cycle with a book. This has not only led to great relationships with teachers, but with our scholars as well. They trust her as a knowledgeable professional and as someone who is willing to get in the weeds with them. That makes a huge difference when it's time to plan reading lessons that will have the most impact on scholar learning, and it has made the adoption of the new curriculum resources just a little bit easier. Her attitude and want to be an amazing resource makes her a super staffer! We are so blessed to have her on our team!"

    Tiffany May— Kingwood Park High School, SPED Support Staff
    Those who nominated her said, "Tiffany has a vast and wide range of knowledge concerning students with disabilities. She understands the needs and nuances of working with all types of students, whether they need behavioral, academic, social, or emotional support. Although specifically assigned to our SPEAK (autism) program three periods and 1:1 four periods, she helps all students within the classes she attends. If her assigned students are taken care of and good, she seeks out ways to assist the other students and teachers. Tiffany shows up to work each day with a renewed spirit and gives each student the benefit of it being a new day no matter what happened the day before. She is personally invested in the success of ALL students at Kingwood Park High School."

    Ken Hair — BBTC, VM Administrator
    Those who nominated him said, "Ken Hair has a positive attitude with every problem he encounters. His role has him interacting with almost all departments throughout the district. Ken’s calm and friendly demeanor assures his co-workers that they are in good hands. An example of Ken going above and beyond his normal call of duty is volunteering once a month to monitor the network on the weekend and repair any issues that may arise so the students and staff of Humble ISD have connectivity when they arrive on Monday morning. Ken is a great asset to Humble ISD and Humble ISD’s Technology Department."

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  • KMS Cheers help at Lake Houston Kids Fun Run

    Posted by Public Communications on 9/23/2019

    KMS Cheers supporting Fun Run

    KMS Cheerleaders supported runners at the Lake Houston Kids Fun Run Sept. 21 by handing out medals to kids who completed the race.

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  • SWE students at the Lake Houston Kid's Fun Run

    Posted by Public Communications on 9/23/2019

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    Summerwood Stars shinning bright at the Lake Houston fun run!

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  • Humble ISD students perform at Carnegie Hall

    Posted by ROBIN MCADAMS on 8/30/2019

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    Thirty-two students from WHE, AMS, TMS, WMS, WLMS and AHS performed in Carnegie Hall in June. The students, who are members of the West Lake Houston Community Choir, performed Buena Onda! Music of South America. The community choir is directed by Humble ISD Music Teacher Phil O'Neal. 

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  • KHS, KPHS Orchestras Perform at 2019 Convocation

    Posted by Public Communication on 8/1/2019

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    Combined KHS and KPARK Orchestras added so much to the Humble ISD Convocation experience. KUDOS!

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  • KHS Ag student wins at National Show

    Posted by Public Communications on 7/30/2019

    KHS Karley McHale-3rd at National.jpg Congratulations to Kingwood High School Ag student Karley McHale for placing 3rd in her class at the Beefmaster National Show.

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  • KHS graduate joins U.S. Navy Blue Angels flight squadron

    Posted by Public Communications on 7/30/2019

    Major Frank Zastoupil.jpg Marine Corps Maj. Frank Zastoupil, a 2005 Kingwood High School graduate, has been selected to join the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. Zastoupil, assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, is the first F-35 pilot to join the iconic team.


    Last month, the U.S. Marine Corps pilot met President Donald Trump and oversaw an F-35 flyo9ver of the White House. This month Zastoupil learned he had been selected to join the elite U.S. Blue Angels flight demonstration team and will perform a regular schedule of air shows starting with the 2020 season.


    Read more here: https://www.islandpacket.com/news/local/community/beaufort-news/article233162826.html#storylink=cpy
    Read more here: https://www.islandpacket.com/news/local/community/beaufort-news/article233162826.html#storylink=cpy

    Zastoupil joined the Marines after he graduated from Texas A&M University in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.


    Read more here.

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  • SCHS Auto Tech Teacher Jake Galvan completes marathon

    Posted by Public Communications on 7/29/2019

    Galvan 31Mile Marathon Ruck.jpg SCHS Automotive teacher Jake Galvan completing a Marathon Muck Run! 40 lbs strapped to your back in the heat for over 31 miles! The Best is the Standard!

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