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Students, faculty and community members honored the Humble ISD Board of Trustees
January of each year is School Board Appreciation Month. While their service is appreciated year round, students, faculty and community members honored the Humble ISD Board of Trustees with gratitude for their hard work and dedication at the Board of Trustees meeting held on Tuesday, January 10.
Greeting each board member as they took their seat for the meeting were commemorative photo books featuring photos of Trustees at various events, as well as notes and artwork submitted by students from Bear Branch, Fall Creek and Timbers Elementary Schools and from Timberwood and Kingwood Middle Schools.
The celebration continued with an Inspiring Moments video created by the Audio Video Production students at Kingwood High School. Featuring students, parents and staff, the Humble ISD Board of Trustees were treated to messages of gratitude. View this month’s Inspiring Moments.
As a personalized gesture, Summer Creek High School Art Students drew caricatures of the board members and presented them to each trustee. Maria Urrutia presented to President Keith Lapeze. Leah Green presented to Vice President Angela Conrad and Parliamentarian Charles Cunningham. Major Brown presented to Secretary Heath Rushing. Erik Cholico presented to Trustee Robert Sitton. Felyse Carter presented to Trustee Nancy Morrison. Summer Creek High School Art Teacher Sandy Newton presented a caricature to Trustee Brent Engelage. The artist, She’a Rax, was unable to attend the meeting. And as an added bonus, Salma Huerta presented a caricature to Dr. Elizabeth Fagen.
Representing the Humble ISD high schools, students from FFA, Student Council and Drill Teams addressed the board and thanked them for their continued support. They then presented each member with a token of appreciation.
The Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) expressed their appreciation to the board and bestowed them with beautifully wrapped gifts.
Cody Holder, representing Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, attended the meeting and proclaimed January as Board Appreciation Month.