Online Learning Continues for 2019-2020
Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order issued on April 17, 2020, will keep classrooms closed to students throughout Texas for the remainder of the school year as part of a larger plan to protect public health. Humble ISD schools will continue to provide online learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. In addition, the district will continue to offer carry-out meals for children. More Information
Attention 8th Graders: Dual Credit Summer Academy 2020 Online
Dual Credit Summer Academy 2020 will be online and taught by Lone Star College-Kingwood faculty. If you have already registered, the deadline to make changes is Monday, May 4. More details on Dual Credit Summer Academy Online
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Need Help With Course Planning?
Visit the WLMS Counselor website to view planning documents to help plan your student's courses. You will also find information on Navience as well as guides on how to transition your student to high school. Please email Mrs. Knoeller (Jill.Knoeller@humbleisd.net) or Ms. Vandenbrook (Jennifer.Vandenbrook@humbleisd.net) if you have any questions.
Wolves That Read!
Help your child be part of our reading fun each month and get the skills to succeed in school and in life. When you order from the attached Scholastic Book Clubs flyer, you are also supporting West Lake Middle School with FREE Books! Click here to order books for your student though Scholastic!
FACTS & FIGURES
sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.
Average years of experience for teachers