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Hurricane Harvey - Humble ISD Strong

Humble ISD Strong

Hurricane Harvey has greatly impacted our Humble ISD community and many families have lost personal items in the flood. We are working with local organizations to help these families rebuild their homes. If you would like to help in these efforts, you can do one of the following:

1) Donate to the Lake Houston Relief Fund here. This fund was created in conjunction with the Lake Houston Chamber of Commerce and will accept tax deductible flood relief donations for victims that have been affected by the recent floods.

2) Donate to the Humble ISD Education Foundation. The Foundation is still trying to assess the extent of damage at our 43 schools, we do know that Kingwood High School suffered significant damage with several feet of water inside the building. In addition, our Instructional Support Center also had significant flooding in the first floor.
3) Kingwood High School Fine Arts: Hurricane Harvey significantly damaged Kingwood High School to the extent that students and staff have been relocated to Summer Creek High School for possibly the entire 2017-2018 school year. The floodwaters filled the first floor and a couple of feet into the second floor. The list of items damaged beyond repair is long and includes all fine arts instruments, sheet music and recording technology. Hurricane Harvey may have knocked us down, but it did NOT knock us out. With the support of our fine arts communities, Kingwood High School Fine Arts will be back better than ever. Thank you for supporting our students and fine arts education in our school.
If you have specific items that you would like to donate to Humble ISD schools or have questions about relief efforts within Humble ISD, please contact Jerri Monbaron, Humble ISD Director of Community Development and Executive Director for the Foundation at jerri.monbaron@humbleisd.net or by phone at (281) 641-8143.
Thank you for your support of the Humble ISD community. In working together, our community will be stronger then ever from this experience!