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Students honored for Tiny Home Project
Students from Kingwood Park and Summer Creek high schools were recognized at the Oct. 9 Board Meeting for their project to provide tiny homes to homeless veterans. Pictured from left are Board President Charles Cunningham, students Michael Vickers (KPHS), Morgan Sanford (KPHS), Nicholas Logan (KPHS), Natalia Andrade (SCHS), Sarah Dalby (KPHS), Blayne Adams (SCHS), Melissa Rasmussen (KPHS), Stuart Hebert (KPHS) Jayme Wilkey (KPHS), Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagan, SCHS Student Leadership Teacher Julie Sahmel, SCHS Architecture Teacher James Gaylord and SCHS Assistant Principal Al Segura.
Students Helping Veterans: Big Heroes, Tiny Homes is a collaborative initiative between Kingwood Park High School and Summer Creek High School in Humble ISD. Students from these schools are taking on a seemingly impossible challenge... homelessness. Specifically, they are wanting to create a community for homeless Veterans. They have presented their ideas with the Mayor of Humble and the Mayor of Houston, and are well on their way to building their first home, but are looking to partner with businesses and non-profits to make this a sustainable solution. For more information and to support this initiative, please visit: https://www.humbleisd.net/studentshelpingveterans.