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Humble ISD wraps up another great year for the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk
Cheerleaders and mascots create excitement as walk participants assemble at the starting line.
Humble ISD named top school district Heart Walk team in Texas for sixth year
The Humble ISD Heart Walk team is the top school district in the state of Texas for the sixth year! The team raised the most money out of all school districts participating in Heart Walks held across the state of Texas this fall.
“Humble ISD plays a key role in supporting our mission to help people live longer, healthier lives,” Samantha Fewell-Nunez, President of Youth Markets for the American Heart Association said.
Humble ISD helped raise $19,185 in the 2019 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk. Overall, the 2019 Greater Lake Houston Heart and Stroke Walk brought in more than $162,400, raising funds and awareness for the fight against heart disease.
West Lake Middle School, Kingwood High School, and Eagle Springs Elementary School are honored as the top Humble ISD teams for donations in the 2019 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk by Humble ISD Board of Trustees President Nancy Morrison (far left) and Humble ISD Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen (far right).
The American Heart Association presented the following Heart Walk awards to Humble ISD schools at the November 12 School Board Meeting:
Top fundraising teams
Top Fundraising Elementary School Team: Eagle Springs Elementary School
Top Fundraising Middle School Team: West Lake Middle School
Top Fundraising High School Team: Kingwood High School
Overall Top Fundraising Humble ISD Team: West Lake Middle School
Willow Creek Elementary School, West Lake Middle School, and Quest Early College High School are honored as the top Humble ISD teams for participation in the 2019 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk by Humble ISD Board of Trustees President Nancy Morrison (far left) and Humble ISD Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen (far right).
Top participating teams
Top Participating Elementary School Team: Willow Creek Elementary School
Top Participating Middle School Team: West Lake Middle School
Top Participating High School Team: Quest Early College High School
All Heart Walk teams, walkers, and supporters made a great impact this year and the following seven teams raised $1,000 or more for the American Heart Association:
West Lake Middle School: $1,620
Kingwood High School: $1,602
Summer Creek High School: $1,135
Humble Middle School: $1,091
Atascocita High School: $1,030
Eagle Springs Elementary School: $1,005
Timbers Elementary School: $1,000
For more information on how you can donate to the American Heart Association, visit humbleisd.net/heartwalk.
Hundreds of Humble ISD participants take steps to save lives in the 2019 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk at Generation Park.
Humble ISD students show their commitment to help the American Heart Association save lives at the 2019 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk.