District News & Announcements

  • Voters passed Humble ISD Bond 2022
    Harris County has completed the ballot count from all precincts.

    Proposition A, the facilities proposition, was approved 64 percent to 36 percent.
    Proposition B, the technology proposition, was approved 64 percent to 36 percent.

    There were more than 12,000 votes cast. Detailed information is available on the Harris County website.
    Thank you to everyone who participated in the election by voting during Early Voting or on Election Day, Saturday, May 7, 2022.

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  • Elementary Summer School 2022
    Humble ISD offers a summer school program for elementary students in PreK and Kindergarten at no cost. Bilingual/ESL programs will be held at 2 campuses this summer: Jack Fields and Oak Forest elementary schools. 2022 Elementary Summer School Program Information | Información para los padres

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  • 2022-2023 Humble ISD Calendar Updates
    Humble ISD has updated its calendar for the 2022-2023 school year, making minor adjustments. News Release | 2022-2023 Calendar

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  • Spring Semester 2022
    Over the Winter Break, Humble ISD has been working in partnership with health and government leaders to monitor the impact of the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Plans in place for the Spring Semester 2022.
    Student Self-Reporting Form | Staff Self-Reporting Form |Learning Location Form

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  • Guest teacher pay increase continues throughout the spring semester
    Guest teachers in Humble ISD will continue to receive an extra $40 per day in pay through May 27, 2022, under a temporary pay increase approved by the Board of Trustees. With the extra $40, guest teachers in Humble ISD will continue to earn $120 per day with 60 or more college hours, $130 per day if degreed, and $140 per day if a Texas certified teacher.  For a retired Humble ISD teacher, the rate is $175 per day.  
    Guest Teacher Pay Announcement

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District Highlights



More than 100 years of excellence and innovation


Serving more than 48,000 students


Grows by 1,000 students annually




Humble ISD covers 93.7 square miles in the Lake Houston Area


Education Foundation has awarded $15.3 million to projects since 2000