• Bond: Keeping our promises

    On May 5, 2018, voters approved a $575 million bond referendum to build new schools, rebuild aging facilities, renovate and repair existing school facilities, and update technology and safety enhancements. 

    On July 24, 2018, Humble ISD sold $125 million in bonds to pay for the first portion of the plan.

Completed Projects:

  • Security Enhancements

    Security Enhancements
    - Secured visitors' entries
    - Increasing security cameras
    - Alarm systems updates
    Security Updates

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  • Field Turf Installation Field Turf Installation
    Field turf installation at high schools. Bundling KHS turf with other fields saved $500,000. 
    Turf Updates

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  • Technology  Technology Updates
    - Firewall addition
    - Data center upgrades
    - District wireless full upgrade 

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  • Wood Gym Floors Middle School Wood Gym Floors
    Installed wood floors in the gym of six Humble ISD middle schools. 
    MS Gym Floor Updates

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  • Construction timelines

    • The projects covered by the 2018 bond referendum will be undertaken from 2018 through completion. Some factors that impact the schedule are:

      • how imminently critical the need;
      • the volume and complexity of projects that can be effectively managed simultaneously;
      • economies of scale that can be achieved by bundling similar projects when doing so maximizes resources and is practical;
      • the amount of bonds that can be issued at one time without increasing Humble ISD’s tax rate;
      • minimize interruptions to the campus environment.

Bond rating

  • Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s bond rating agencies assigned Aa1 and Aaa enhanced ratings, respectively, to Humble ISD bonds – ranking the district in the top three percent of school districts in Texas.

    Bond Rating

Last Modified on January 13, 2021