Humble Independent School District


Humble Independent School District


Humble Independent School District began over 100 years ago as Harris County Common School District No. 28 with a single one-room schoolhouse. Today, with 43 campuses, more than 42,000 students and over 7,000 employees, Humble ISD is nationally recognized for the outstanding education it offers to students. Humble ISD is listed among the 25 fastest growing school districts in Texas, and is currently the 31st largest district in the state. DISTRICT GOALS: The Humble ISD Board of Trustees adopted four district goals to achieve the mission and vision. Safety: Study, plan and implement best practices in school safety to provide the most safe and secure schools possible. Resource Alignment: Align all resources (time, money, and talent) with the highest priorities of Humble ISD -- safety, talent, instruction, and culture. Quality Staff: Attract and retain the most talented staff available for our students. Quality Instruction: Provide high quality instruction and learning opportunities in core areas; provide opportunities for students to develop important skills (POG) through modern, personalized instructional strategies that promote engagement, retention, and transfer of content and skills. Culture: Maintain and grow the family-like culture of Humble ISD in the best interest of the students, staff, and community.

Mission Statement

MISSION STATEMENT: Our purpose, in partnership with families and community, is to develop each child intellectually, artistically, emotionally, physically, and socially so that all students are life-long learners, complex thinkers, responsible global citizens and effective communicators. VISION STATEMENT: We envision schools where students and staff are enthusiastically engaged in learning within local and virtual environments. We see schools that encourage collaboration and cultivate a sense of belonging. We see learning standards that are rigorous and relevant. We see learning standards that inspire creativity and problem solving. Ultimately, we see schools that prepare students for many paths and that empower them with skills to successfully live in a rapidly changing world.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement


Humble Independent School District