Humble ISD is continuing to figure out how to start the school year with safety in mind.
“We’re really working hard to make the modifications to make sure we can offer a safe place for healthy individuals,” said Humble ISD Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen.
The school district is offering parents three options, including learning at school, learning at home and another allowing children to get involved.
”Then we offer a third option where students do online learning, but they participate in their UIL activities, including athletics and fine arts on campus,” said Fagen.
For Humble ISD, Dr. Fagen said it’s important to work together with teachers, staff and families.”When you feel like it’s the right time we want those students back on campus, we believe Humble ISD schools are the very best for children,” said Fagen.
Online learning remains an option for all students based on parent choice throughout 2020-2021.
Aug. 11: All students begin the year online.