Humble High School's Wildcat Salute to Veterans was covered briefly by Channel 2 on the 6 p.m. newscast on Nov. 11. Also, the Houston Chronicle printed a story with photos on the Wildcat Salute. Get the Chronicle Story here.
Kingwood High School Fillies, under the direction of Andi Lewis, will be featured on an upcoming Inside High School Sports! The show is created by KHOU and airs on Channel 11 each Saturday.
Kevin Quinn of Channel 13 News featured Woodcreek Middle School 8th grader Meagan Hayes when she got a special reward from her parents for good academic performance. Meagan's parents adopted one of 10 puppies that were abandoned along a roadside in Fort Bend County. As Quinn had featured several stories on the abandoned puppies and their adoption from an animal shelter, he was at the campus when Megan's bus returned from a field trip to record her surprise gift! Get the video HERE.
Whispering Pines Elementary is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year! Friday, Oct. 28 the campus invited former students, staff and principals to attend their anniversary celebration. Guest speakers included current principal, Pat Gnatzig, 5th-grader Gracie Sharp, Charlotte Coffelt WPE’s first principal, Karen Thurman, WPE’s 3rd principal and WPE PTA Members Joy Weatherspoon and Jessica Bevel. The celebration included a cake reception, school tours and ended with watching The Lego Movie under the stars. The WPE theme this year is taken from the recently released Lego Movie. One of the main principles of the movie is "Everything is awesome when you're part of a team!" The school decided this was a perfect theme for their 25th year. "Building on 25 years of Excellence!" Whispering Pines opened in 1991 under the direction of Charlotte Coffelt. It was Humble ISD’s 15th elementary school to open. The school colors are green, black and white and the mascot is a panda. Currently WPE serves 697 students K-5th grade.
October 24-28 Humble ISD celebrated Red Ribbon Week! Red Ribbon Week is an annual campaign to recognize the importance of drug prevention for students' futures. Throughout the week students around the district made a commitment to live drug-free lives. Check out a few of our schools unique ways of celebrating Red Ribbon Week HERE.
On October 31, Administration Building employees brought decorated pumpkins to brighten up the hallways and to participate in a bit of fun competition.
Winners included Accounts Payable-Overall Winner AND Most Traditional, Superintendent's Office-Best Design, and Human Resources-Most Original.
KHS Floral Design/FFA Advisor Valerie Hirsch and KHS students presented our new, out-of-state Superintendent, Dr. Fagen, with her first Homecoming mum. It was created in the shape of Texas with ribbons from all five high schools in Humble ISD.
Tune in to Channel 13 live at 6 a.m. on Friday. Broadcasting begins around 5:47 and everyone is welcome!