Houston Independent School District JROTC cadets attended the annual HISD Cadet Seminar to gear up for the 2023-2024 school year and competition season.Continue reading
More than 300 HISD JROTC cadets visited Texas A&M University for a weeklong summer camp to prepare for the upcoming school year and engage in collaborative learning and team-building exercises.Continue reading
HISD Athletics summer camps are in full swing, but registration is still open for students in grades 6-11.
The department will continue to host a variety of summer camps each week throughout the month of June at different HISD athletic facilities to enhance students’ athletic skills while learning about committing to cooperative goals, perseverance, and physical well-being.Continue reading
Now that the 2022-2023 school year has come to an end and students are enjoying the freedom from early mornings and classroom schedules, they might be looking for something to do with their excess time.
HISD’s Library Services Department is providing access to Comic Plus and MackinVIA, ebook platforms that keep library books and comics available to students over the summer months and motivate them to read wherever they are. HISD is also encouraging students to take advantage of the Houston Public Library’s John P. McGovern Summer Reading Program.Continue reading
Summer vacation is representative of freedom and relaxation for students all over the world, a three-month period where the last thing on their mind is schoolwork and schedules. In preparation for a season of cartoons and endless play, HISD teamed up with Nickelodeon and several local partners to launch the Summer Sizzle Campaign and send students off with fun tools for mental enrichment and tips for staying safe outside of school.Continue reading
HISD is offering free meals at nearly 200 schools Mondays through Thursdays, June 6 to June 30. The Summer Meals Program includes breakfast and lunch for children ages one to 18.
Houston METRO is offering HISD students free rides all summer long through its Summer of Fun program.Continue reading
HISD elementary students have the chance to avoid the “summer slide” and instead Slide into Summer Reading with the Astros.Continue reading
Students in grades PK-12 enrolled in HISD schools who have yet to meet the promotion standards to advance to the next grade can do so by attending summer school, or Extended School Year (ESY) Services. ESY Services provide students with accelerated instruction to prepare them for success at the next grade level and keep them on-track to graduate alongside their peers.Continue reading