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Special education, Section504studentsadapt tonewyear All Humble ISD and New Caney ISD parents were recently faced with the dicult decision to send their children back to school in person or remotely. Experts, however, said the decision can be particularly dicult for stu- dents receiving special education ser- vices and their families. BY ANDY LI & KELLY SCHAFLER WEIGHING THE OPTIONS Families of students receiving special education services and those with 504 plans in Humble and New Caney ISDs recently chose how to start the school year. In-person learning Remote learning HUMBLE ISD SPECIAL EDUCATION AND 504 PLANS 4,210 special education students 3,437 504 students 63.8% 39.1% 60.9% 36.2%

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Rosalba Calleros, family support coordinator at Texas Parent to Parent, said distance learning is standardized, while special education must be dier- ent for every child based on their needs. The Austin-based nonprot supports Texas families whose children have disabilities, including 600-700 families in the Houston region. “Distance learning [is] pretty much a standardized way of providing spe- cial education, which is not providing individualized service for every kid,” she said. “It’s bringing a lot of concerns for the families because it’s not satisfy- ing the needs that they have.” More than half of students receiv- ing special education services at HISD CONTINUED ON 21

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There are various services to support students’ education. Students can qualify for a 504 plan or special education services and an Individualized Education Plan. WHAT ARE IEPS AND 504 PLANS?

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IEPs are available when a student has one or more of the 13 disabilities listed in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Some qualifying disabilities include:

504 plans are available for students with an impairment that lessens their ability to learn in an educational setting. Some accommodations could include: • extended time on tests

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Local businesseswade through rent relief, loan forgiveness

RETAINING JOBS Paycheck Protection Program loans from the Small Business Administration helped companies avoid layos in the Lake Houston area.

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At least 30,106 jobs retained in seven Lake Houston-area ZIP codes 4,129 businesses received loans, as of Aug. 8 data

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Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding

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LAKE HOUSTON 6 Five Below will open this fall at 21422 Marketplace Drive, New Caney, according to a press release from the Signorelli Co. The retailer, which will open in the Valley Ranch Town Center, oers toys and games, tech accessories, decor and youth specialty items below $10. www.vebelow.com 7 The Beehive Boutique & Garden will open Oct. 3 at 20334 Hwy. 59, New Caney. The women-owned boutique will sell home goods and garden items. 832-793-5445. www.facebook.com/ thebeehiveboutique.garden CLOSINGS 8 New York & Co. , a women’s fashion retailer, was set to close after press time on Sept. 25 at 20131 Hwy. 59 N., Humble, at the Deerbrook Mall. The company will be closing most, if not all, of its U.S. stores as part of its bankruptcy ling, a company spokesperson conrmed. Most stores will close by the end of Septem- ber. The store’s website, however, will continue providing online shopping for delivery, the spokesperson said. www.nyandcompany.com tiple locations in the Houston area. The business oers manicures, pedicures and waxing services. In the future, the busi- ness will also oer complimentary drinks. 832-644-9056. www.facebook.com/ milanonailspanorthpark Kingwood, in the Kingwood Place retail center. The international coee chain oers hot and cold coee and espresso beverages, teas, sandwiches and pastries. The location has a drive-thru, free Wi-Fi and outdoor seating. The location also employs 25 people, according to a Star- bucks spokesperson. www.starbucks.com 4 Starbucks opened July 27 at 30130 Rock Creek Drive, Ste. 100, 5 Twin Liquors , a Texas-based wine and spirits retailer, opened a new store mid-September at 7405 FM 1960 E., Ste. 202, Humble. The shop features a wide selection of wine, beer and spirits www.twinliquors.com COMING SOON

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Pit Row Pit Stop Diner opened Sept. 4 at 19857 FM 1485, New Caney. This is the second location for owner and pitmaster Franki Vinci, who opened the rst location in Livingston in 2016. Vinci said the eatery is a ’50s-theme diner serving homemade American food, such as hamburgers, sandwiches, chicken fried steak, milkshakes and banana splits. The restaurant also specializes in barbecue, such as brisket, ribs and sausage. Much like his location in Livingston, Vinci said the family-friendly eatery will donate money to local organizations in the community who provide services to women and children. 832-479-8885. Pit Row Pit Stop Diner opened Sept. 4 at 19857 FM 1485, New Caney. RENOVATIONS 9 Locally owned Shiner’s Express Car Wash will reopen in early October after undergoing renovations since last Novem- ber. The car wash has been operating at 4020 Rustic Woods Drive, Kingwood, for 23 years. The express car wash was rebuilt to include 150-foot car wash tunnels, contactless payment systems and free self-clean vacuums. 281-203-0930. www.shinerscarwash.com www.facebook.com/ pitrowpitstopdiner

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NOWOPEN 1 Taste of Paris Creperie & Cafe held a soft opening July 15 before opening in early August at 12230 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 115, Houston. The cafe oers a variety of sweet and savory crepes for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as coee and espresso beverages. Co-owner Jon Ouazdi said the eatery also sells panini, soups, salads and desserts as well as waes, omelets and French toast for breakfast. 832-243-5028. www.tasteofpariscreperie.com

2 30 Minute Hit , a women-only boxing facility, opened a new location Aug. 17 at 8650 N. Sam Houston Parkway E., Ste. 160, Humble. The national tness franchise oers women the chance to move through 13 stations that incorpo- rate boxing, kickboxing and self-defense training with the help of guided instruc- tors. 346-374-7780. www.30minutehit.com/humble 3 Milano Nail Spa opened June 1 at 20045 Northpark Drive, Ste. 300, Kingwood, in the Kingwood Place retail center. The nail salon franchise has mul-

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES FM1960 study outlines possible futuremobility projects

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The Texas Department of Trans- portation is moving closer to completing its ongoing FM 1960 Access Management Study. The $750,000 study, which kicked o in June 2019 and will be com- pleted in October, studies an 11-mile segment of FM 1960 between just east of I-45 at East Gatewick Road to east of Hwy. 59 in Humble at FM 1960 Business, according to TxDOT. The study aims to identify improvements needed to reduce crashes, improve mobility, and support future and existing devel- opment along the corridor. Mobility data shows 49,537 cars travel between I-45 and Hwy. 59 daily, according to the Texas A&M Trans- portation Institute’s annual list of the most congested roads in the state, which was released last December. From Aug. 24-Sept. 8, TxDOT hosted its last round of public meetings to gauge public feedback on the proposed improvements. The study contained almost $88.8 million

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ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF SEPT. 3. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT LHKNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM. of Lowe Road, while B Segment 2 is from the bridge to 400 feet south of Northpark. Constructing each seg- ment will take one year to complete. Timeline: late 2020 or early 2021- 2023 Cost: $6.4 million (Segment 1); TBD (Segment 2) Funding source: Montgomery County Precinct 4 Sorters McClellan Road expansion Montgomery County Precinct 4 will bid the Sorters McClellan Road expan- sion project in late 2020. The project, which has two segments, will expand the road from two to four lanes with a center turn lane between FM 1314 and Northpark Drive. A Segment 1 spans from FM 1314 to the bridge just south

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of proposed projects, ranging from optimizing trac signal timing to widening the corridor. TxDOT Public Information Ocer Danny Perez said the meetings were intended to give community members the opportunity to talk about safety and mobility concerns and be involved in the development processes. Proposed improvements from the study will be rened based on feedback from the community.

Proposed improvements to the Humble-area include building an echelon interchange at Hwy. 59 and FM 1960, and installing a connector road between Townsen Boulevard and Upwood Drive. A time element for these projects was not provided. “The next step would be to identify the funding for construction,” he said. “Then the project will go through environmental clearance and engineering design.”

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NEWS BRIEFS Regional study identies $3B in projects to reduce future ooding

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REGIONAL RISK REDUCTION A total of 16 long-term projects, which could cost around $3 billion if all are successfully funded, are among the proposals being examined by the the San Jacinto Regional Watershed Master Drainage Plan.

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Initial proposals for $2.9 billion- $3.3 billion worth of long-term ood mitigation projects throughout the San Jacinto River watershed and sur- rounding areas have been identied as part of a master drainage plan being developed by four local agencies. The ood prevention concepts, which do not yet have funding sources identied, were outlined Aug. 13 in a virtual public meeting livestreamed on the San Jacinto Regional Water- shed Master Drainage Plan website. The plan is a two-year, $2.7 million project launched in 2019 to examine ood hazards and plan for future ood mitigation in the watershed. Several channel projects were iden- tied in the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood area, including along the West Fork of the San Jacinto River south of Kingwood, and at Peach, Caney and Spring creeks. Project organizers said the study is funded by a Federal Emergency Management Agency grant program BY VANESSA HOLT & BEN THOMPSON

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and by its four partners: the San Jacinto River Authority, the Harris County Flood Control District, the city of Houston and Montgomery County. Harris County Precinct 1 Commis- sioner Rodney Ellis said the regional watershed plan and Harris County’s 2018 ood bond projects could help lower-income communities. “Lower-income areas and commu- nities of color in ood-prone areas have been experiencing ooding of homes and streets with each high rain because these communities have been passed over for years due to an inequi- table federal formula,” Ellis said. Terry Barr, the project director for the engineering consultant team, said the ood mitigation concepts and the 16 potential long-term detention projects and channel improvements in the study are designed to reduce $2 billion worth of ood damage projected to occur in the San Jacinto River watershed in the next 50 years. Long-term projects would take more than ve years to complete, he said.

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Humble tackles floodmitigation, drainage in fiscal year 202021 budget

The $2.05 million Black’s Bayou project includes clean- ing and improving the ow and capacity in the drainage system, and the project will enter the engineering and design phase in the next three months. It is funded by a federal grant from the Texas General Land Oce’s Community Development Block Grant program.

BY KELLY SCHAFLER

The city has also proposed a FY 2020-21 property tax rate of $0.258693 per $100 valuation—a 1.07% increase over the FY 2019-20 tax rate of $0.255944. Council will vote on the proposed tax rate Sept. 24, after press time. The city approved a 4.5%

the Northshire subdivision. Humble City Manager Jason Stuebe said the Jordan’s Gully project, which is a $1.22 million project, will mitigate ooding by cleaning the gully and potentially adding additional storage and detention space.

higher FY 2020-21 budget operating expenditure total than last year. The general fund budget includes several drainage projects to reduce ooding in areas of Humble, such as Jordan’s Gully near FM 1960 Business and Dennis Street and Black’s Bayou in

The city of Humble approved a scal year

2020-21 budget that includes drainage projects to mitigate ooding. Humble City Coun- cil unanimously approved the FY 2020-21 budget at the Sept. 10 meeting.

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Candidates and information for November elections

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DATES TOKNOW OCT. 13 First day of early voting OCT. 23 Last day to apply for ballot by mail* OCT. 30 Last day of early voting NOV. 3 Election Day *DATE RECEIVED, NOT POSTMARKED

WHERE TOVOTE Harris County residents can vote at any voting center in the county during early voting and on Election Day. Montgomery County residents can vote at any center during early voting. Election Day locations are by precinct.

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President R Donald J. Trump* D Joseph R. Biden L Jo Jorgensen G Howie Hawkins U.S. Senate R John Cornyn* D Mary “MJ” Hegar L Kerry Douglas McKennon G David B. Collins STATEWIDE Texas Railroad Commission

Supreme Court, Chief Justice R Nathan Hecht* D Amy Clark Meachum L Mark Ash Supreme Court, Place 6 R Jane Bland* D Kathy Cheng Supreme Court, Place 7 R Je Boyd* D Staci Williams L William Bryan Strange III Supreme Court, Place 8 R Brett Busby* D Gisela D. Triana L Tom Oxford Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3 R Bert Richardson*

D Elizabeth Davis Frizell Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4 R Kevin Patrick Yeary* D Tina Clinton Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9 R David Newell* D Brandon Birmingham LOCAL U.S. House, District 2 R Dan Crenshaw* D Sima Ladjevardian L Elliott Scheiman U.S. House, District 8 R Kevin Brady* D Elizabeth Hernandez

L Chris Duncan Texas House, District 127 R Dan Huberty* L Neko Antoniou Texas Senate, District 4 R Brandon Creighton*

MONTGOMERY COUNTY Sheri R Rand Henderson* D Maher Husseini HUMBLE CITY COUNCIL Place 4 Arliss Bentley Bruce Davidson Paula Settle EAST MONTGOMERY COUNTY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Position 3 Ronald Willingham David Miller Hank Vat John Darst

D Jay Stittleburg L Cameron Brock HARRIS COUNTY Sheri R Joe Danna D Ed Gonzalez* Precinct 4 constable

R James “Jim” Wright D Chrysta Castañeda L Matt Sterett G Katija “Kat” Gruene

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CANDIDATE Q&A

2020 Voter Guide

Get to know the candidates running in the general election

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Humble City Council Place 4

Texas House District 127

Occupation: retired teacher ARLISS BENTLEY

PAULA SETTLE

Occupation: certied public accountant Experience: extensive knowledge of governmental and nancial accounting, auditing, cashows and the budgeting process BRUCE DAVIDSON

Occupation: chief operating ocer and president of The Parking REIT Experience: elected to District 127 in 2011; Humble ISD trustee from 2006-10 www.danhuberty.com DAN HUBERTY Occupation: Texas peace ocer Experience: 15 years in law enforcement www.facebook.com/ nekoantoniou127 NEKO ANTONIOU

Occupation: general manager of Humble Machine Works Experience: running a successful business for the last 22 years of the 55 years it has been in business in Humble

Experience: 13 years attending council and community meetings and reviewing council reports to keep apprised of council progress and local topics

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DAN CRENSHAW

SIMA LADJEVARDIAN

Occupation: supply chain project manager Experience: 13 years leading process upgrades, projects and cost reductions www.scheirmanforcongress.com ELLIOTT ROBERT SCHEIRMAN

Occupation: lawyer Experience: senior adviser for Beto O’Rourke’s U.S. Senate and presidential campaigns www.simafortx.com

Occupation: U.S. representative for District 2 Experience: retired lieutenant commander of the Navy SEALs www.crenshawforcongress.com

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KEVIN BRADY

Occupation: accountant Experience: mother to three ELIZABETH HERNANDEZ children, ages 5, 11 and 15; 20 years in accounting; bachelor’s in accounting www.lizfortx8.com

CHRIS DUNCAN

Occupation: sales manager Experience: bachelor’s in science and economics, Juris Doctor candidate, 2018 Libertarian candidate for District 8 www.facebook.com/chrisduncanlptexas

The candidate did not respond before press time. www.bradyforcongress.com

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Occupation: Harris County sheri ED GONZALEZ

JOE DANNA

Occupation: Mont- gomery County sheri Experience: sheri since 2017; Montgomery County Sheri’s Oce employee since 1994 www.randhenderson.org RAND HENDERSON

The candidate did not respond before press time. MAHER HUSSEINI

Occupation: master peace ocer Experience: 27 years as a law enforcement ocer in Harris County www.dannaforsheri. com

Experience: four years as sheri, 18 years with the Houston Police Department www.edgonzalez.com

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2020 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDITION HUMBLE I SD & NEW CANEY I SD SNAPSHOT DISTRICT DATA COMPILED BY KELLY SCHAFLER Student enrollment continues to trend upward in Humble and New Caney ISDs—both of which are fast-growth school districts. Because the 2020-21 enrollment numbers are estimates, it is unclear whether the coronavirus pandemic has slowed enrollment growth. NCISD has a higher percentage of economically disadvantaged students and English language learners than HISD and the state average.

SOURCES: HUMBLE ISD, NEW CANEY ISD, TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

201920 TEACHER STATS TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS*

*ESTIMATED STUDENT ENROLLMENT

201920SUPERINTENDENT ANNUAL SALARY

*INCLUDES FULLTIME EQUIVALENT STAFF AND PARTTIME EMPLOYEES

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

2,921.01 1,028.91

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

Sheldon ISD: 617.83

Aldine ISD: 4,148.49

RETENTION RATE

90%

84.1%

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21*

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

SHELDON ISD 87%

ALDINE ISD 88.1%

FROM 201617 +10.19% +13.57%

$57,000 $56,700 STARTING TEACHER SALARY

201920 ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS

201920 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS 9.54%

40.45%

Sheldon ISD: $58,500 Aldine ISD: $56,000 NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

67.64%

30.36%

60.24%

20.26%

SCHOOL DISTRICT STATS FUNDING PER STUDENT FUNDING PER STUDENT $12,027 $11,915

STATE AVERAGE NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

STATE AVERAGE

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

Aldine ISD: 87.86%

Aldine ISD: 38.27%

202021 FUNDING BREAKDOWN

SCHOOL BOND UPDATES

NEW SCHOOL UPDATES

2018

LOCAL

STATE

FEDERAL

CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY 15415 Oakheath Colony Lane, Houston Opened: August 2020 LAKELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1134 Rustic Timbers Drive, Humble Opening: August 2021 KEEFER CROSSING MIDDLE SCHOOL 21460 Gene Campbell Road, New Caney Opening: August 2021 COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL NO. 3 180 Sorters McClellan Road, Kingwood Opening: August 2022

$575 MILLION • Construction was set to begin in late September on the new Ag Barn and North Transportation Center. • Renovations on Kingwood and Kingwood Park high schools will begin in November. $200 MILLION • The Woodridge Forest Middle School expansion opened in September. • Clearing the land for the third comprehensive high school was 85% complete in mid-August. 2018

$195.31 million

$248.44 million

PROJECTED REVENUE: $448.35 MILLION

$4.6 million

$51.51 million

$109.41 million

PROJECTED REVENUE: $162.22 MILLION

$1.3 million

HISTORICAL DATA

LOCAL

STATE

FEDERAL

$198.74 million

$224.73 million

201920 REVENUE: $428.07 MILLION

$4.6 million

$50.26 million

$104.89 million

201920 REVENUE: $157 MILLION

$1.85 million

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EDUCATION Student, teacher demographics show racial disparity at districts

BECOMING MORE DIVERSE

The number of white students enrolled at Humble and New Caney ISDs has decreased over the last ve years, but white teachers remain the majority of teachers at both districts.

American Indian

Asian/Pacic Islander

African American

Hispanic

Multiple races

White

BY ANDY LI & KELLY SCHAFLER

will not only examine racial equity, but also equity for other groups, such as students with special needs. “We are targeting January to present information for the superintendent’s and board’s consideration,” she said. Similarly at New Caney ISD, TEA data shows Hispanic students made up 59.6% of students but only 21.6% of teachers in the 2018-19 school year. Instead, NCISD teachers were mostly white at 70.8%, while 32.2% of students were white. Scott Powers, NCISD’s executive director of public relations, said the district has an “inclusive” hiring pro- cess that includes university partner- ships and virtual job fairs. However, he did not say if the district has any internal guidelines to ensure its sta reects its student population. “The district’s mission is to graduate students who are equipped to thrive in the reality of their future,”

HUMBLE ISD

*INCLUDES FULLTIME EQUIVALENT STAFF AND PARTTIME EMPLOYEES

Lake Houston-area school districts have started initiatives to address the growing racial disparities between students and teachers. According to 2018-19 data from the Texas Education Agency, 69.3% of Humble ISD’s teacher population was white that school year, while 36.3% of students were white. Moreover, 14.7% of teachers and 21.4% of students were African American, and 13.2% of teachers and 36.3% of students were Hispanic. HISD began evaluating diversity, equity and inclusion policies this summer. Trustee Martina Lemond Dixon is chair of the HISD Board and Superintendent Evaluation Commit- tee, which is leading the initiative. Dixon said via email the committee has met twice so far to examine HISD’s policies and see if any upgrades are needed. She said they

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

TEACHER DEMOGRAPHICS

2.1%

1%

0.4%

3.4%

18.7%

33%

0.2%

1%

12%

11.1%

Total: 39,371

Total: 2,471.9*

42.4%

74.7% 69.3%

2014-15

2014-15

Total: 43,441

Total: 2,775.7*

36.3%

2018-19

2018-19

0.3%

3.7%

21.4%

36.3%

2%

14.7%

13.2%

0.8%

0.5%

1.5%

NEW CANEY ISD

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

TEACHER DEMOGRAPHICS

0.4%

1.6%

3%

53.4%

1.5%

0.5%

0.5%

3.2%

16.1%

0.8%

Total: 12,937

Total: 870*

40.2% 32.2%

78.9% 70.8%

2014-15

2014-15

Total: 15,370

Total: 1,030.3*

2018-19

2018-19

0.2%

2.2%

3.7%

59.6%

2.1%

0.5%

1%

5.4%

21.6%

0.8%

SOURCE: TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

he said. “The district is dynamic in character and has worked to be responsive to the changing needs of students as this community grows.”

Powers said the district provides sensitivity training and professional training for bilingual teachers to build biliterate and bicultural classrooms.

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Public Education Edition 2020

A N I N S I D E LO O K AT H UMB L E I S D DATA A N D D E MO G R A P H I C S B Y C AMP U S CAMPUS DEEP DIVE COMPILED BY KELLY SCHAFLER Humble ISD celebrated the opening of Centennial Elementary School, the district’s 29th elementary school, in August. As a result, elementary school feeder schools were adjusted for the 2020-21 year.

ACCOUNTABILITYRATINGS FOR 2020 AND BEYOND All Texas school districts and campuses will receive a Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster label for their 2020 accountability ratings, according to the Texas Education Agency. Texas students take the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness each year to measure standards in reading, writing, math, science and social studies and are traditionally given letter grades ranging from A-F based on performance. Although the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing, the state has said all students will be required to take the STAAR in 2021, as of press time. The ratings are based on several categories, including Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps, all of which compare student performance.

B HUMBLE ISD OVERALL RATING Exemplary performance Recognized performance Acceptable performance In need of 2019 RATING

SOURCES: HUMBLE ISD, TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

improvement Unacceptable performance

DEMOGRAPHICS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 1 Atascocita Springs

COMPARING ISD SCORES

202021 feeder schools

NEIGHBORING SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 OVERALL RATINGS NEW CANEY ISD B SHELDON ISD B ALDINE ISD B

921 24.1% <10 34 179 309 <10 17 379 36, 37 620 17.6% 0 <10 16 153 <10 28 416 31, 33

2 Bear Branch 3 Centennial* 4 Deerwood 5 Eagle Springs

N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 37, 38

2 0 1 8  1 9 S T U D E N T  T E A C H E R DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN

633 15.2% 0 21 28 150 <10 <10 421

34 36 33

695 18.9% <10 23 120 191

<10 14 342

6 Elm Grove 7 Fall Creek

582 56.2% <10 20 42 204 <10 22 287

1,098 23.2% <10 106 329 243 <10 42 374 38

8 Foster

596 41.4% <10 30 48 196 <10 23 295

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DISTRICTWIDE STATE AVERAGE

9 Greentree

699 17.6% <10 19 35 172 <10 21 448 31 1,054 17.0% <10 32 202 332 <10 30 450 37

10 Groves

11 Hidden Hollow

477 19.7% <10 21 24 105 <10 18 307

31

STUDENTS

TEACHERS

12 Humble

595 70.6% <10 <10 132 364 12 13 68 35

13 Jack M. Fields Sr.

576 78.5% <10 <10 182 323 11

<10 46 32, 35

14 Lakeland 15 Lakeshore 16 Maplebrook 17 North Belt 18 Oak Forest

761 87.7% 0 0 278 422 <20 <10 34

35

21.4%

12.6%

14.7%

10.6%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

1,105 27.0% <10 52 277 412 <10 36 323 37, 38

679 40.7% <10 21 161 199 <10 18 272 720 85.0% <10 <10 168 507 <10 <10 32 750 55.2% <10 18 134 395 <10 15 185

30 32 36

0.3%

0.4%

0.5%

0.3%

AMERICAN INDIAN

19 Oaks

609 63.6% <10 17 154 250 <10 14 164 36

20 Park Lakes 21 Pineforest 22 Ridge Creek 23 River Pines 24 Shadow Forest 25 Summerwood

788 67.8% <10 11 254 469 <10 <10 39

32

652 34.1% <10 15 104 198 <10 14 314 30, 31

ASIANPACIFIC ISLANDER

1,037 64.5% <10 18 456 498 <10 19 43

38

3.8%

4.7%

1.5%

1.9%

925 76.5% <10 10 259 589 <10 10 49 32, 35

610 8.2% <10 50 <20 96 0 15 433

34

742 23.1% <10 45 217 225 <10 16 234 38

26 Timbers

649 48.1% <10 18 135 268 <10 11 211 753 65.7% 0 25 281 327 <10 <30 92

30 32

36.3%

52.6%

13.2%

27.7%

HISPANIC

27 Whispering Pines 28 Willow Creek 29 Woodland Hills

478 5.0% <10 14 <10 61

<10 10 384 34

519 45.3% 0 13 24 167 <10 <10 305

33

2%

2.4%

0.8%

1.1%

*SCHOOL OPENED IN AUGUST 2020

MULTIPLE RACES

36.3%

27.4%

69.3%

58.4%

WHITE

DEMOGRAPHICS

MIDDLE SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 30 Atascocita 31 Creekwood 32 Humble 33 Kingwood 34 Riverwood 35 Ross Sterling 36 Timberwood 37 Westlake 38 Woodcreek

DEMOGRAPHICS

202021 feeder schools

HIGH SCHOOLS 201920 DATA

1,165 38.1% <10 36 239 426 <10 32 422

39

1,132 18.1% <10 39 50 244 <10 33 759 41

1,260 76.4% <10 17 477 688 <10 25 41 1,002 39.9% 0 28 86 342 <10 <20 527

40 42

39 Atascocita

3,621 30.7% 17 94 839 1,219 16 92 1,344 95.2% 2,612 69.4% <10 37 953 1,412 <30 37 150 95.3% 2,793 13.1% 10 130 101 584 14 60 1,894 99.7% 1,874 28.6% <20 64 108 555 <10 37 1,095 98.3%

1,041 9.2% <10 60 26 161

<10 28 756 41

40 Humble

979 81.8% <10 <10 309 572 20 12 57

40

41 Kingwood

1,221 45.3% <10 23 345 463 <10 29 348 39 1,248 22.1% <10 44 295 415 <10 21 465 39, 44 1,647 40.1% <10 74 679 529 <10 57 296 44

42 Kingwood Park

43 Quest Early College

427 40.8% <10 25 88 201

<10 <10 107 100%

44 Summer Creek

2,661 40.2% <10 95 1,120 944 <10 55 437 98.4%

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Public Education Edition 2020

NEW CANEY ISD COMPILED BY ANDY LI

2 0 1 8  1 9 S T U D E N T  T E A C H E R DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN

New Caney ISD completed the expansion of Woodridge Forest Middle School this summer, and the new portion of the campus opened to students in September. As a result, elementary feeder schools were adjusted for the 2020-21 year. SOURCES: NEW CANEY ISD, TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

DISTRICTWIDE STATE AVERAGE

STUDENTS

TEACHERS

DEMOGRAPHICS

3.7%

12.6%

5.4%

10.6%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 1 Bens Branch 2 Brookwood Forest

0.2%

0.4%

0.5%

0.3%

AMERICAN INDIAN

202021 feeder schools

ASIANPACIFIC ISLANDER

1.9%

4.7%

1%

1.9%

687 47.5% <10 33 31 302 <10 17 301 793 78.3% <10 21 30 586 0 <20 144 15 14, 15 701 86.5% <10 <10 <10 563 0 <10 120 12

3 Dogwood 4 Kings Manor 5 New Caney

59.6%

52.6%

21.6%

27.7%

HISPANIC

681 40.1% <10 77 68 244 <10 29 253 669 85.1% <10 <10 11 423 <10 14 207

15 12 13 14 14 12 13

6 Oakley 7 Porter

812 699

85% <10 <10 <10 542 <10 14 241

81% <10 <10 17 390 0 12 270 13, 15

2.1%

2.4%

0.8%

1.1%

MULTIPLE RACES

8 Robert Crippen 9 Sorters Mill

557 72.6% <10 <10 10 363 <10 13 165

721

71.7% <10 <10 15 521

<10 14 162

10 Tavola

646 66.6% <10 <10 22 363 0 16 235 831 58.2% <10 12 34 380 <10 26 371

32.2%

27.4%

70.8%

58.4%

WHITE

11 Valley Ranch

DEMOGRAPHICS

DEMOGRAPHICS

MIDDLE SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 12 Keefer Crossing 13 New Caney 14 White Oak 15 Woodridge Forest

HIGH SCHOOLS 201920 DATA

202021 feeder schools

911 76.8% <10 <10 18 629 <10 <10 247 941 73.5% <10 <10 25 558 <10 31 319 17 17 974 63.5% <10 16 31 626 <10 <10 288 18 911 61.3% <10 42 72 526 <10 19 247 18

16 Innity Early College

342 56.7% 0 <20 12 244 0 <10 73 97.3% 2,022 69.9% <10 <10 82 1,205 <10 47 669 93.2% 2,136 55% <10 52 122 1,252 <10 49 654 95.5%

17 New Caney

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