Back to School 2020

  • Humble ISD has developed our 2020-2021 Back-to-School Plan based upon the latest guidance from TEA, the Governor, and parent input.  We look forward to providing excellent educational experiences, including fine arts, athletics and electives, for all students.

    Humble ISD understands that each family has unique concerns, due to health or other circumstances, about returning to daily routines while coexisting with COVID-19. We want you to know that Humble ISD will support parents in making the decisions that are best for your families.

    Humble ISD has developed three options so that parents can choose what works best for each child. On June 24, 2020, each guardian received an email with a link to submit your child’s reservation for one of the three options:

    • On Campus Instruction (For secondary schools, students would likely begin the year with blended learning, participating both on campus and online on an A/B daily schedule. Details for elementary and secondary schools are posted in the On Campus FAQ section below.)

    • Online Instruction (asynchronous learning - students are not always online at the same time; Humble ISD teachers post instructional plans/learning sets, teaching in large groups, small groups and individually)

    • Online Instruction / UIL Athletics and Fine Arts On Campus (middle and high school students)

    Grading policies will be the same for all students.

    Your reservation will be shared with your child’s school. Parent requests will be honored to the extent possible. If your circumstances change, there will be a process to change options before or during the school year. 

    We know you have many questions! As you know, community health data is quickly changing and we are constantly monitoring it. However, at this time, we want to bring preliminary plans forward with the understanding that as we get closer to August, they could change. 



    On Campus Instruction

  • What will the schedule be for students who attend school on campus?

  • When would a decision be made regarding whether middle and high schools would be on a regular or modified schedule?

  • What options will be provided for special education students in self-contained classrooms?

  • Why would elementary schools operate with all students on campus every day, while middle schools and high schools operate with only about half of their students on campus every day?

  • Would there continue to be weekly late arrival/early release days at middle and high schools?

  • Will there continue to be Elementary Holiday/Staff Workdays?

  • Will Humble ISD change its 2020-2021 calendar?

  • Will masks be required?

  • Will students’ temperatures be checked?

  • What health precautions will be in place?

  • Will students eat lunch at their desks in classrooms?

  • Will elementary school students have recess?

  • What will passing periods look like at middle and high schools?

  • Will exam exemptions for high school students include an attendance factor?

  • If a student or staff member on campus tests positive for coronavirus, would the building be shut down?


    Online Instruction

  • What online platforms will schools use for teaching and learning?

  • Will grades count?

  • How much time will students be online?

  • Who operates Online Instruction?


    Online Instruction/On Campus Athletics & Fine Arts
    (Middle & High School Students)

  • What is the Online Instruction/On Campus Athletics and Fine Arts option?

  • Will students who choose Online Classes/On Campus Athletics and Fine Arts be eligible for UIL activities?