Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on June 15..
Town Hall meetings scheduled for July 19, July 21 and July 28.
Middle School Math Olympians met at the James Egger's Instructional Support Center to compete in the 6th Annual Middle School "Math Wars" Tournament.
The Humble High School Alumni Association 84th Annual Reunion Celebration will be at the Humble Civic Center on Saturday, June 11, 2016.
Humble ISD's 2015-2016 Teachers of the Year were honored at a luncheon held at Raffa's Waterfront Grill on Monday, May 23, 2016.
Nine Humble ISD students who particpated in the Duke TIP scored higher than 90 percent of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the ACT or SAT, qualifiying them for "grand recognition."
Dr. Elizabeth Fagen has been appointend by the Humble ISD Board of Trustees as our new superintendent.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on May 24.
This concert is filled with all rock n' roll, pop, and movie music and features all of the large orchestras from AHS and chamber ensembles with an electric light show
Graduating seniors who attended HHE enjoyed reconnecting with former classmates and teachers
Humble ISD has been handpicked to receive 20 CPR in Schools Training Kits, valued at a total of nearly $12,000, from the American Heart Association thanks to a generous donation by Skip and Shirley Allen of Austin.
Humble High School JROTC students held American Flags on May 16 at the Humble Civic Center to honor our police officers. U.S. Congressman Ted Poe led the event.
Humble ISD will roll out a new on-line meal payment system for the 2016-2017 school year as part of the Child Nutrition Department’s changeover to PrimeroEdge as its point-of-sale software.
The Harris County Office of Emergency Management is gathering data about flood damage. Families who experienced home/residential flooding can report this information to the county by visiting www.ReadyHarris.org and selecting Home Flooding Report
QECHS Seniors offered $2,043,088 in scholarship offers.
Humble ISD partnered with Lone Star College - Kingwood to host its fourteenth annual Fine Arts Festival on April 30. Held at the beautiful Lone Star College - Kingwood campus, students throughout the district showcased their creative abilities through musical and dance performances and visual art displays.
As a part of Student Recognitions Day, the Humble ISD Council of PTAs held their annual Senior Scholarship Luncheon and distributed a record high of $10,500 in college scholarship funds to 15 Humble ISD students from all six high schools and Cambridge School.
The Humble ISD Council of PTAs recognized fifteen Humble ISD students with Student Service Awards for their outstanding volunteer service to their schools, PTAs, community service organizations, churches, and in some cases, local foundations created by students.
Twenty three Humble ISD students from all age categories were honored with Council Reflections Overall Awards of Excellence following their advancement to the TX PTA level.
The Atascocita Middle School Chapter of Technology Student Association had impressive results at the state competition in Waco. With 25 first place awards, four teams and four individuals moving on to the national competition, chapter sponsors Billy Howard and Stephanie Tompkins were extremely proud.
Admission tickets is just $10. All money raised will benefit the L3 Foundation: Live, Love Landon. Landon Ahrendt, brother to Haley and Teigan Ahrendt, was a 10-year-old who battled cancer courageously, but lost his battle two years ago this May.
These works of art will be on display in the lobby of the Humble ISD Administration building May 4-25, 2016.
The Atascocita High School Chamber Strings recently competed and was selected as the Honor Group at the Grand National Adjudicators' Invitational.
The Kingwood Park girls golf team repeated as 5A State Champions on April 26.
You are invited to join us for our 3rd annual Empty Bowls Event benefiting H.A.A.M. (Humble Area Assistance Ministries). Students from across Humble ISD have made bowls to sell and raise money for H.A.A.M.
It’s time for this year’s annual “Get in the Game” festivities! The four vertical elementary schools, Bear Branch Elementary, Elm Grove Elementary, Foster Elementary, and Woodland Hills Elementary that feed into Kingwood Middle School and Kingwood Park High School will compete in this year’s community kickball tournament.
Students were honored at Humble ISD’s annual Students of Character Luncheon on Friday, April 22. One eighth-grade boy and girl from each middle school and one twelfth-grade boy and girl from each high school were nominated by their teachers and peers for exhibiting the following four characteristics throughout the school year: optimistic thinking; self-management; relationship skills; and goal directed behavior.
Humble ISD Transportation fleet has again made the list of the Best 100 Fleets in North America! We were ranked number 85 in North America for 2016, which is up from 91 in 2015.
New this year is an online sports memorabilia auction.
ConocoPhillips presented Riverwood Middle School teacher Michelle Wilson with a $1,000 check, recognizing her as a ConocoPhillips Math Teacher of the Month.
Camp G.I.V.E. (Generously Investing and Volunteering to Empower) is a highly selective 8-day summer seminar for 20 incoming sophomore and junior students. This camp is designed to transform fledgling student leaders into strategic community investors and change agents.
Humble ISD is proud to announce 45 high school students who were recently recognized for their outstanding academic achievement by The National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP) and National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP).
Atascocita Middle School is celebrating Sweepstakes Awards and Judges Scores of 1s for Superior in band, choir and orchestra, first place in One-Act Play contest, and two finalists in the Middle School Art Competition sponsored by the Art Colony Association.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on April 12.
Many schools have scheduled open houses, or Kindergarten Roundups, in April and May. See complete list for details.
The golf tournament will benefit teachers, staff and students at KMS. Register at KMSgolf.eventbrite.com
Participating as a community dancer from Humble ISD will be Peggy Young, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Executive Secretary to the Board.
Kurt Arzaga – Atascocita High School; Bri Crockett – Kingwood Park High School; Madison Keller – Kingwood Park High School; Rachael Scott – Kingwood Park High School; and Julia Wiecek – Riverwood Middle School.
oLimbics is a district wide service learning event for high school students to compete in obstacle and ropes courses, minute to win it games, and team competitions with fellow world-changing high schoolers from across the district.
AHS JROTC took in 4 first place trophies, a first place plaque, 3 second place trophies, and 1 third place trophy.
Quest Early High School (QECHS) was selected as an ECHS demonstration site by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Along with this honor, QECHS will receive a $28,000 in grant funds from the Education Service Center, Region 13.
Cheer on Kimberly Bae from Timberwood Middle School, Saturday, April 2 at 2 p.m. on Houston Public Media - Channel 8 - or you can watch the live stream online at www.houstonpublicmedia.org/spellingbee.
Atascocita High School's UIL One-Act Play Company ADVANCED TO THE REGION CONTEST from Area this past Saturday,April 9! This is the first time since 2011 that AHS OAP will be competing at the Region level.
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Smith!
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on March 8.
Humble Mayor Merle Aaron proclaimed March 7, 2016, as Humble Middle School AVID National Demonstration School Day. Humble Middle School recently became just the third school in the Greater Houston area, and 28th in the state, to meet the AVID National Demonstration School standards.
Sport physicals will be offered at KHS Wednesday, March 2 starting at 8 a.m. in the Field House Training Room
The Texas School Public Relations Association awarded Humble ISD the top award in the state in the Electronic Newsletter category.
Students now have expanded access to more devices.
You can see Kurt Arzaga's artwork now through the end of March at MFAH.
All of the guys competed very hard and brought home the championship trophy. This was a total team effort as the team scored points in every event.
Congratulations to the AHS Lady Eagle Swimming Team on their 4th place finish at the UIL State Swimming & Diving Championships
Orchestra students presented a recital of solos and ensembles with Mrs. Dede Rogers providing piano accompaniment. Students from the Ambassador Club socialized with residents and helped set up for the recital.
For applicants seeking new opportunities, advancement or training.
Humble High School Art and History students participated in The Butterfly Project, a program that merges the two subjects for an introspective Holocaust learning activity. The Holocaust Museum began the program 20 years ago with the goal to create butterflies for each of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust.
Information session will be held Tuesday, February 23 from 11 a.m. to Noon at the Humble ISD Administration Building, Room 300.
The panel discussion is for parents and educators to hear about the latest options, supports and strategies for parents to get involved and make schools the best place for their kids.
Digital Learning Day was started as a way to actively spread innovative and creative technology integration practices to help ensure that all students might be able to experience high-quality digital learning opportunities. So...help us spread the love!
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The Chiari Color Run hosted by HHS IB Students Allison Bynum, Noushin Tabassum, Langston Tunson, and Jordan Nguyen, will raise funds for Arnorld-Chiari Malformation research. Tickets are $10, all proceeds will benefit the the Conquer Chiari Research Center at The University of Akron.
In a galaxy far, far away ..... The Humble ISD Council of PTAs is planning an "out of this world" event on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 11 a.m. at The Overlook Country Club. This year's theme is futuristic. Tickets are $25.00 each and benefit the Humble ISD Council of PTAs Scholarship Fund. Seats are still available.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on February 9.
Humble ISD AVID Facilitator Sally Wagner and Humble Middle School Principal Henry Phipps proudly display an AVID banner announcing HMS as an AVID National Demonstration School to a standing ovation at the Feb. 9 School Board meeting.
At the Humble ISD Livestock Show, which takes place at the Humble Civic Center Arena Tuesday through Thursday prior to the kickoff of the Rodeo on Friday, the best young exhibitors see a whole year of hard work pay off.
The Humble ISD Dual Language Program is hosting meetings to highlight the benefits of giving children the gift of a second language.
The Harris County Department of Education named the 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing regional winners on Jan. 26. Among the Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention awardees, 27 Humble ISD students are represented
Performances will be Feb. 18 & 19 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 20 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults
Join us Saturday, March 5 at Turner Stadium for all night fun. Proceeds benefit homeless families through Family Promise of Lake Houston and Humble Area Assistance Ministries. Cardboard City is open to all Humble ISD middle and high school students.
The Humble ISD School Board is one of five school boards in the state selected as an Outstanding School Board in the 2016 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards
The Golf Classic, attended by over 500 golfers and volunteers, supports the golf programs at Atascocita, Kingwood, Kingwood Park and Summer Creek High Schools.
The Hurricane Classic Tournament was held January 22 and 23 at Klein Collins High School. The tournament consist of a 32 team per weight class bracket.
Pizazz! 2016 will take place Friday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Charles Bender Performing Arts Center
Students may begin dropping off canned good and non-perishable items Jan. 25 by the front office. Community member may donate during the Community Collection Day Saturday, February 6 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Humble Middle School front parking lot.
The 30th Annual Career and Education Day will be held 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Saturday, February 13 at the George R. Brown Convention Center
Featuring jazz and american standards from the 1950s. You may purchase tickets from any Choral student or at www.schschoir.org. Seating is limited
Performances are February 4, 5, 6, & 8 @ 7:30 pm. Tickets are availble at www.kingwoodtheatre.com. All seating is reserved.
Each year, the Kingwood Park FFA classes present a live interactive video conference with elementary classes across the district called Meet the Animals. These students share their knowledge of raising cows, goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, and turkeys. Elementary students will see the animals live and be able to ask questions.
Lauryn Galloway of Kingwood Park FFA was one of ten graduates of the Texas FFA Association’s Ford Leadership Scholars program recognized at the sixth annual Ford Leadership Scholars Banquet in Austin, TX on Jan. 8.
Humble ISD Librarians will host The Great Texas Read-Out Literature Festival on Saturday, Feb. 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lakeshore Elementary. This free event features six award-winning children book authors and includes a variety of interactive learning activities
Humble ISD invited you and your family to join us for our 3rd annual CTE Career EXPO from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. February 9 at teh Humble Civic Center.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on January 12.
Fatoumata Diallo, an Humble High School International Baccalaureate student was selected as The Pangea Network’s Young Women’s Leadership Challenge Alumni of the Month in December.
The Glenn Davis Army Award, which is named after the 1946 Heisman Trophy winner Glenn Woodward Davis, is given annually to the player of the West team at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl who best epitomizes the U.S. Army's high standards of excellence in community service, education and athletic excellence.
AHS Boys Varsity Basketball team will travel to Neosho, Missouri to compete in the Neosho Holiday Classic High School Basketball Tournament from Dec. 28-31.
This year's employee appeal was our most successful ever, with employees throughout the district pledging a total of $344,795.
Humble ISD Maintenance and Operations received a $55,104 rebate from CenterPoint Energy for reducing the district’s kilowatt usage during peak demand periods
Dominic Cardenas, a WCE fourth grade student, saw colors in a new way during his Art Masterpieces class when he put on his EnChroma Color Blindness Glasses for the first time on Dec. 4.
Staff, friends, and family of the Humble ISD Transportation Department participated in the Christmas Parade on Dec. 5.
The top achieving Humble ISD 2015 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk Teams were recognized at the regularly scheduled school board meeting Dec. 8
KPRC Channel 2 Meteorologist Britta Merwin talks to first graders at Woodland Hills Elementary
Sewo Olonilua received his official U.S. Army All-American jersey for the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl during the bowl’s selection tour visit to Kingwood High School on Dec. 3.
Kingwood FFA and Kingwood Park FFA would like to invite you and your family to SANTA'S FARM this Friday, December 4th from 6-9pm. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to visit with Santa, enjoy cookies and hot chocolate while you stroll through the decorated barns.
The Humble High School International Baccalaureate students hosted their first Philanthropy Day Showcase in conjunction with National Philanthropy Day on Nov. 16. These young philanthropists worked over a year and a half to develop their social impact projects.
The $100,000 prize money awarded to Humble ISD through the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards was distributed on Nov. 13
A team of Humble High School students created a breast cancer awareness campaign that raised more than $2500 for Kimberly Perez, an HHS ESL paraprofessional who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
For more than a decade, the Kingwood Area Quilt Guild has shared their love of quilting with the District’s elementary students, donating books about the pastime to each of the campuses.
For 12 years, the Humble High School Veterans Day Salute has commemorated military veterans for their service and sacrifice.
The Men's Night Out Choir Concert will be held at 7 pm Nov. 19 in the SCHS Performing Arts Center.
The Humble ISD community came out to support the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk on Saturday, Nov. 7.
Performances will be in the AHS Black Box Theatre. All tickets $7. For more information visit www.TheatreAHS.com
We invite you to join us for a great evening of laughs and fun as the comedic genius of Neil Simon, author of such classics as The Odd Couple, outlines the absurdity with which we will go through in order to protect ourselves and those who are closest to us.
This was a recorded music competition that offers bands, choirs, and orchestras the opportunity to earn national recognition for their musical achievement
Arthur A. Miller III, an Humble ISD band director for 27-years, will be honored with an original musical composition performed by the Texas Music Educators Association Region 19 All Region Middle School Symphonic Band.
Open to the Public. There will be an Blood Drive on site and mobile mammography as well.
The Teacher of the Year Luncheon honors exceptional teachers from Lake Houston Area schools and LSC-Kingwood.
These awards are given to community members who display outstanding service to the children and youth of Humble ISD through acts that enhance or assist with the education of our students
Humble ISD Council of PTAs wins Gold and Silver at State level! This past week, TX PTA Representative Marilyn Mann announced to Council President Laura Clarke that the Humble ISD Council of PTAs had won the Texas PTA Gold Award for Outstanding Councils in the state of Texas.
The Golden Apple Award is given by the Council of PTAs and by TX PTA for a school having 100% PTA or PTSA full time faculty membership.
Suddenlink is hosting two events to raise awareness about cyberbullying and positive uses of technology in our local and surrounding communities.
Humble ISD’s Super Staffers of the Month were recognized at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on October 13.
Elementary School Teachers of the Year were honored at the October 13 Board Meeting.
Woodcreek Middle School 8th grader Evan McHenry was recently won first place in a national essay contest sponsored by Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and was honored in Washington D.C.
Woodcreek Middle School 8th grader Miguel Lomas is a national winner in the Do The Write Thing Challenge. He and and Woodcreek Middle School Language Arts Teacher Christina Clegg spent a week in Washington D.C. in this initiative for the National Campaign to Stop Violence.
The Humble ISD Education Foundation 2015 Golf Tournament will be held on November 6, 2015 at Oakhurst Golf Club (20700 Mills Branch Dr, Porter, TX 77365). Check-in starts at 7:30 and Tee-off will be at 8:30.
The Humble ISD Education Foundation annually asks employees to consider supporting the charity that supports them by enrolling in ongoing payroll deduction. The Humble ISD Education Foundation enjoys one of the most successful employee appeals of any district foundation in the state.
Encouraging positive self-talk
October 12 at 7:00 p.m. at Atascocita United Methodist Church
KPRC news reporter Haley Hernandez recently spoke to students in Jaime Youngblood’s journalism class at Humble Middle School.
All parents of current 8th grade students are invited to attend a Quest Early College High School informational night on either Thursday, October 15 or Monday, October 19.
Atascocita High School Theatre presents TREASURE ISLAND from the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson on October 1, 2, 3 and 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the AHS Performing Arts Center. Tickets $5-students, $7-adults $10 at door.
The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has selected Humble ISD Trustee Angela Conrad to the Leadership TASB Class of 2016.
Humble ISD local PTAs, the Humble ISD Council of PTAs and the community came together to provide donations of food, paper products, desserts, decorations and door prizes for the teachers and staff of Ross Sterling Middle School.
Set in a war torn United States, Antigone, devoted to her family, defies the executive order passed down by her uncle, President Creon and buries her brother to satisfy divine law instead, resulting in a battle of wills that ends tragically for everyone.
Representatives from approximately 100 colleges, universities, trade schools, and the U.S. military will be on hand to share information. Admission is free. All Humble ISD high school students are encouraged to attend with their families.
Proximity Learning's online test prep courses empower students with strategies for success on the ACT exam.
Campus Teachers Of The Year were honored at the September 8 meeting of the School Board
KPHS PTSA and Humble ISD Council of PTA's invites you to their Parent Education Night.
Humble ISD was recently named a semifinalist by Raise Your Hand Texas for its $2.5 million Raising Blended Learners grant initiative.
The convention was held at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas from July 27 to August 1. 1650 students were in attendance from across the United States and Canada.