• ParentU

    Strengthening Partnerships through Education


    The Humble ISD Parent University Program was created to strengthen and engage families for our 21st Century learners.  In 2017, the Humble ISD family developed a series of competencies, Portrait of a Graduate, as a part of our strategic vision for our students.  Parent U aligns with this vision through empowering families and community friends to help students build academic success.

    Parent University utilizes Eventbrite for online registrations. You will need to create a free account to register for any of the workshops below. 

  • Skills for Life

    Social & Emotional Learning Series: Decision Making: Virtual September 10 Learn the Great 8 Social Emotional Learning Skills that support the Humble ISD Portrait of a Graduate. This 1 hour session will highlight the key concepts of Decision Making.
    Here's the handout

    Social & Emotional Learning Series: Personal Responsibility: In person November 5 Learn the Great 8 Social Emotional Learning Skills that support the Humble ISD Portrait of a Graduate. This 1 hour session will highlight the key concepts of Personal Responsibility. More info to come

    Basic Automotive Care: February 4 Hands-on training on regular automotive maintenance needs. 
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    Social & Emotional Learning Series: Self Awareness: In person February 18 Learn the Great 8 Social Emotional Learning Skills that support the Humble ISD Portrait of a Graduate. This 1 hour session will highlight the key concepts of Self Awareness. More info to come

    Welding 101: March 11 Introductory information & hands on training for welding. More info to come

    Serving As Role Models for our Children: March 17  As parents, it is important to show our children the importance of the six traits of the Portrait of a Graduate:  Communicator, Global Thinker, Critical Thinker, Creative Innovator, Leader, Collobarator, and being personally responsible.  How many of these traits do we use everyday? Each team will be a given a project to complete. More info to come

    Basic Emergency Response & First AidApril 8 Hands-on training for what to do in the case of a medical emergency. More info to come

    Social & Emotional Learning Series: Social Awareness: April 22 Learn the Great 8 Social Emotional Learning Skills that support the Humble ISD Portrait of a Graduate. This 1 hour session will highlight the key concepts of Social Awareness. More info to come

     

    Health & Wellness

    Mental Health Recovery from Crisis: Virtual September 22 Join via Zoom for a discussion with Dr. Megan Mooney on helpful tips on how parents can support their student's mental health and how best to help navigate feelings during school re-openings. Register

    Physical Recovery: Virtual November 17 
    More info to come

    Mental Health Recovery from Daily Stress: Virtual February 23 More info to come

  • Navigating Education

    GT Awareness & Referral: Virtual August 24 Learn about the Humble ISD identification process.
    Missed it? Here's the handout.

    SEL/Academic Recovery:
     Virtual October 20 
    More info to come

    Financial Recovery: Virtual January 26
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    Financial Planning for Post-Secondary: Virtual March 20 More info to come

    Rigorous Coursework: AP/DC/IB or OnRamps?: TBD Explore multiple course opportunities available for your child. More info to come

    Spanish Immersion Parent Academy: Virtual TBD Learn strategies to support your child's English Language Arts TEKS at home. More info to come

    Dual Language Parent Academy: Virtual TBD Learn strategies to support language development. 
    More info to come

    Bilingual Parent Academy: Virtual TBD Learn strategies to support heritage language. More info to come

    ELL's Parent Outreach: Virtual TBD Online student support and platforms. More info to come

    ELL's Parent Outreach: SPRING TBD Online student support and platforms. More info to come

     

    Volunteer

    How to Build an Inclusive Parent Group Community: Virtual September 25 This workshop will guide leaders in creating a collaborative school community representing all parents. Register

    Self Care for Successful Leadership: Virtual November 17  Join the fun in learning simple yoga poses to help with self-care, breathing techniques, and mindfulness before the mad rush of the holidays and deadlines for projects. Enjoy learning what we can do each day to love ourselves and recharge our batteries. More info to come

    The Successful Art of Mediation: Virtual January 19 Decisions made by parent group boards can often lead to a difference in opinions. Learn the valuable skills of a reflective listener, showing empathy through interactive exercises. More info to come

    Growing and Recruiting New Leaders : Virtual February 18 Learn to recognize potential leaders in your parent groups and begin mentoring these individuals for future leadership roles. More info to come

    Financial Resources for Parent Groups: Virtual April 21 As a leader, keeping track of the financial records and transactions can be a daunting task. Come and listen to Treasurers from different parent groups share their effective strategies for meeting deadlines. 
    More info to come

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