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A sign promoting social distancing seen at Turner Stadium.

Humble ISD Expands COVID-19 Testing Options

Emily Moore, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 4, 2021

As 2021 begins, Humble ISD is expanding COVID-19 testing options for students and staff. There are two options of testing, and all testing is optional.  The two types of tests are rapid antigen and...

Currently, five vaccines have been identified as the most promising contenders for a potential COVID-19 vaccine. Photo Credit: Brookings

Progress on Covid-19 Vaccinations: What You Need to Know

Julia Paraskevas, Assistant News Staff October 13, 2020

Since Covid-19 first arrived in the United States in early January, Americans have been holding out hope for the development of a quick, safe, and effective vaccination. While it obviously isn’t quite...

An encouraging message on the marquee outside of Shadow Forest Elementary, one of Kingwood Highs feeder schools.

Back to School – What Looks Different this Year

Emily Moore, Co-Editor-in-Chief July 23, 2020

UPDATE- Humble ISD held a board meeting on August 3  to reevaluate the plan below. The final plan has everyone starting off online on August 11th. Self-contained special education students have the option...

Our 2020 seniors finally got their big moment in the spotlight, socially distanced.

Now We See Them: an Unconventional Graduation

Neha Shaw, Editor-in-Chief July 22, 2020

“Now you see us.” The trademark slogan of Kingwood High School’s graduating class of 2020 originated as a play on words and having 20/20 vision, but on Monday, July 20, 2020, it could not have rang...

College applications might be changing this year. Artwork created by the photographer.

College Applications: What has changed due to Covid-19?

Alex Richmond, Features & Lifestyle Editor May 29, 2020
College applications may be changing this year: what to expect and what to do now
India and Europe cut emissions by 26% and 27% respectively.- Economic Times, May 22, 2020

Covid-19 Heals the Earth…Temporarily

Isabella Espinosa, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2020

For the past few months most of the world has been silent as people isolate within their homes, public spaces close, and thousands fall victim to the Coronavirus. This once in a lifetime pandemic has placed...

Emma Brinsden, freshman Public Relations major and Business minor at the Moody College of Communications at the University of Texas at Austin.

New Normal for KHS Alumni – Online College and Returning Home

Neha Shaw and Daphne Han May 8, 2020

This has been a crazy time for all of our KHS Alumni returning home and adjusting to online classes finishing strong this week.  We took some time during quarantine to survey how they are doing and how...

Governor Abbott announced to the state his plan for re-opening Texas in stages.

Opening Texas in Stages and Schools Closed for the Year…

Jacob Shaw, Sports Editor April 21, 2020

The news this past weekend was hard for many students and families in Humble ISD to digest.  For Kingwood High School, this past weekend was supposed to be senior picnic, prom and the start of the senior...

Humble ISD has been keeping their students and families up to date through this critical time in our community.

The Humble ISD Response to COVID-19: Featuring Humble ISD’s Mrs. Mount and Superintendent Dr. Fagen

Xomie Sukach, News Editor April 13, 2020
Featuring Humble ISD’s Mrs. Mount and Superintendent Dr. Fagen
Coronavirus: What are we meant to learn from it?

Coronavirus: What are we meant to learn from it?

Laine Raley, Cheer & Mustang Pals Staff Writer April 13, 2020

Coronavirus. It has brought tremendous sorrow, pain, and worry. The class of 2020 has had their senior year stripped away from them, families are suffering from the loss of loved ones, and many people...

Photo by Huseyn Kamaladdin from Pexels

How (and what) Are Mustangs Doing During the COVID-19 Quarantine?

Julia Westwood, Swim Staff Writer April 1, 2020

Like other teenagers around the country, Kingwood students find themselves confined at home trying to find ways to stay active, remain connected and not weighed down by boredom or isolation. I was intrigued...

Choosing to Self Isolate? Here’s a couple of things you can do

Choosing to Self Isolate? Here’s a couple of things you can do

Daniela De Nóbrega, Staff Writer March 29, 2020

Choosing to Self Isolate during COVID-19? Here’s a couple of things you can do.  Now that school is canceled, restaurants are closed, public activities are being rescheduled, and more people are...

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