If anyone needs a sign to go get active, here it is! Walk with Humble ISD to help raise money for the American Heart Association on November 2 at Generation Park near Summer Creek High School. Everyone is welcomed as this will be a “fun-filled, non-competitive 5-K walk.”
Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk
250 Assay St.
Houston, TX 77044
Saturday, November 2
8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Houston homebuilder J. Patrick Homes won three awards for home design in the Houston’s Best PRISM Awards hosted recently by the Greater Houston Builders Association. Two awards were for model homes, and a third award was for Volume Builder Bath.
New Caney’s annual East Montgomery County Fair held the Livestock competition earlier this month, and Tristan Gage from New Caney FFA won Grand Champion Steer!
Students who participated in showing their market animals were responsible for raising the animals from start to finish. After the students selected their animals, they had to follow the animals’ growth closely to record every detail. Those details were very important as it determined how well the animals were scored at the fair.
Earlier this month, board members of the Royal Brook Community Foundation, a 501(c)4 not-for-profit entity, which serves as the charitable arm of Kingwood at Royal Brook, met with the Harris County Public Library-Kingwood Branch to donate a new Glowforge Pro laser cutter. The board members used funds to support a local endeavor, and they believed the Library was a natural fit.
As High School Juniors and Seniors, the daunting question becomes, “What’s next?” Kingwood’s Humble ISD is hosting a free College Night on Monday, October 7 to help students answer this question for themselves. Hopefully this event will help to ease any stress that students will have when they are asked about their future plans after high school! This event is open to the public.
Humble ISD College Night
Monday, October 7
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Humble Civic Center
8233 Will Clayton Pkwy
Humble, TX 77338