The Community Learning Center houses several district programs such as the Cambridge School, Spark, MOSAIC, PACE (Program of Accelerated Education), and DAEP (Disciplinary Alternative Education Program).
The Behavior Training Center (BTC) program provides a personalized learning community which focuses on the future of each student, by facilitating the acquisition of academic, behavioral, social, and transition skills necessary for success in traditional school and the community at large.
MOSAIC is a transitional program for all special education students who have spent four typical years on a high school campus and have received credit for all state graduation requirements, as well as, met all state testing requirements and wishes to continue receiving public education services under IDEA. Through individualized and direct facilitation of each student’s transitional plan within the life domains of: Independent Living, Employability, Life-long learning, and Recreational/Leisure, MOSAIC programming will ensure a more successful and engaging post secondary life for our graduates. MOSAIC concentrates on bridging the gap and skills between public education and the post secondary world in order for all students to live as independently as possible and leave Humble ISD with a foundation, skill set and support system for accessing adult living and our society, as a whole.
SPARK (Special Programs and Recreation for Kids) is an interactive program for families of preschool age children (in the age range of 3-5 by September 1st of the current school year). This program includes activities such as story time, fieldtrips, arts and crafts, play days at local parks, and cooking with kids.
Teachers and other employees often need money for supplies or projects specific to their classrooms or job duties. Consider supporting an educator or other school employee through a donation to their online wish list. You can search for educators by name or listing. Check out what neat ideas they have and forward your favorite projects to your friends. Remember, school counselors and administrators have wish lists too. You get a tax deduction and your child's teacher recieves items needed for the classroom. And your your company may match your gift! Ready to pitch in? To see wish lists posted for this campus and make a donation today, click here.
Does your child's teacher not have an online wish list created yet? Send them the link to create one here.
Are you an Humble ISD employee and want to create an online Wish List? An instructional video may be found here as a resource for you. Once you are ready to create your wish list or you would like to edit your current wish list, come back to this page and click here to get started.
Helping a school comes in many forms and does not always have to be a cash donation. To read about other ways you can help students in need throughout Humble ISD, please click here.