Inspiring Moments 2013-2014
 
Integrated Athletics  Humble ISD launched and Integrated Athletics program.
This year, for the very first time, our district launched an Integrated Athletics program allowing all students at the high school level to experience the thrill of competition, building confidence and learning teamwork along the way. Watch the video!
Teachers of the Year 2014-2015
 
Meet our Teachers of the Year 2014-2015 
Elementary Teacher of the Year Lisa Guin from Maplebrook Elementary, and Secondary as well as District Teacher of the Charlie Duke from Humble High School! Watch the video!
 
TMS AVID National Demonstration Campus  
TMS named AVID National Demonstration Campus
AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination and helps students focus on college and career. Learn how TMS has become the paragon of what AVID can do for students and an entire school community
 
Poverty Simulation
 
High school students participated in "Poverty Simulation"
More than 40 students from five of our high schools participated in a powerful service-learning experience called a "Poverty Simulation" in Waco.  For two days, these students went "homeless" through this supervised program.Watch the video!
 
Humble Police Dept

Humble ISD Police Department is now one of six school districts in Texas authorized to conduct training.
Our Police Department is taking the dedicated team of professional, proactive police officers to the next level. Watch the video!

School Board Appreciation
 
January is School Board Appreciation month!
Humble ISD celebrated School Board Appreciation MonthStudents, staff and teachers showed their appreciation throughout the month of January with gifts, words of thanks and letters of appreciation. The Atascocita video tech team also produced a video to share messages of gratitude from all over the district. Watch the video!.

Dyslexia Program
 
Humble ISD's Dyslexia Program
When Jakob Keneipp’s mother learned he was dyslexic, it was a bittersweet discovery. “At first you think, there’s something wrong with my child,” said Traci Keneipp, mother of fifth-grader Jakob. “At the same time, it’s a relief to know that there is a different approach out there.” For years she struggled alongside Jakob and his teachers to help him improve his reading skills. From intervention processes to long hours practicing after school, Jakob still needed help. It wasn’t until after he was placed in the dyslexia program at Elm Grove Elementary that things started to change... Watch the video.
 
Heart Hereos
 
Heart Heroes share their stories
A few of many brave and inspiring Humble ISD Heart Heroes shared their stories about heart disease to help promote the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk. Heart Heroes Taylor Adair from TMS, Nurse Charlotte Cook from WHE, Braden Morrison from RMS and Tori Tomson from HHE opened up about their heart conditions and explained how organizations such as the American Heart Association help to prevent, treat and cure heart disease. Watch the video.
 
One to One Program  
Visionary One-to-One program at Lakeshore Elementary
What would learning look like if all students had their own tech device? Watch the video  to get a closer look at one Lakeshore Elementary classroom that took the first step in finding out through a visionary One-to-One Program, with each student using an iPad at home and in the classroom!
 
Dual Language Program
 
Dual Language Programs shape students into global citizens
In our global society, performing academically in two languages becomes an invaluable asset - elevating students to a more competitive place in the global market. See more about the programs here. 
 
Transistional Summer Camps
 
Camp Nobis Est & Keep Calm and Lead On
Thanks to the generosity of the Humble ISD community and grant funding, the District was able to provide two summer day camps to prepare a group of rising sixth graders and freshmen for their first year on a new campus...and the world! Watch the video for a peek at our newest crop of future leaders and achievers!
 
Best Buddies
The KPHS Best Buddies Chapter kicked-off their summer break with a trip to Disney World.
From Magic Kingdom to Epcot Center, the group made memories at “The Happiest Place on Earth.” Watch the Video
 

  
 
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