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Humble ISD District creating boundaries for new schools

Posted by Texas Education on August 18, 2008

I was just speaking to a friend this past weekend concerning the boundaries when the new high school starts up next year. Been down that road (not a good one) when Atascocita came into the picture. Some of you know the controversy surrounding that issue. Suffice it to say, some students who lived in Atascocita were not going to be allowed to go to the Atascocita High School. But when parents rally and you hit some hot buttons, things can change and change for the better, I must say. Looks like there are going to be some “meetings” to put forth the options to us parents (those affected.) I only hope they don’t decided to change the boundaries of where my child goes for her last year at AHS. Be there or be square:

The boundary option developed by the analysts and the four options developed by the committee will be presented to parents and patrons in order to gather input regarding each of the options from those who may impacted by the boundary changes. The meetings will be as follows:

Atascocita High School, 7 p.m. Sept. 8, school auditorium
Humble High School, 7 p.m., Sept. 11, school auditorium
Humble Middle School, 7 p.m., Sept. 15, school auditorium

Following the community input meetings, the committee will present its findings and recommendation for boundary changes to the Superintendent, who will, in turn, present his recommendation to the Board of Education. It is the responsibility of the Board of Education to approve boundary changes.

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