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WPE Community Newsletter - Week of September 7

Message from the Principal

Whispering Pines Families,

As we finish up the first 4 weeks of school please make sure you check HAC for your 3-5th graders progress report. The district no longer sends home paper copies of report cards or progress reports.

If you do not know what your log in is then contact us through email or call us up and we will get your information to you.

There is A LOT of information that flows through HAC such as their unique ID for STAAR reports through the state, grades, enrollment, their student ID for lunches etc. and in middle and high school their schedule as well as their grades and their class ranking.

Wendy Anaya

WPE Principal

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That spending time as a family builds children's self-esteem, strengthens family bonds, build positive behaviors, encourages communication, helps your child academic performance and helps your child be a good friend. To read more checkout this article The Importance of Spending Time Together

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Sept 6-Labor Day-Student and Staff Holiday

Sept 7-PAPA John's Spirit Night! be sure to mention Whispering Pines! See Flyer

Sept 10-Progress Reports for 3rd-5th in Home Access Center (HAC)

Sept 20-Student Holiday, Teacher Professional Development

Sept 24- Fall Pictures for students

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CAMPUS UPDATES and reminders🏫

Breakfast in the classroom

We are serving all children breakfast this year. If you want your child to eat at school please get them here by 7:45am so they have time to eat their breakfast before we start class at 8:00. We have many students coming right at 8:00 and then wanting to eat breakfast. We don't want them to miss instruction time.

Spirit Shirts

If you ordered a spirit shirt for your child they are being delivered and distributed to student early next week

Activity Fees

Don't forget to pay your grade level activity fees. $10 for PreK and $15 for all other grade levels. These funds help us pay for field trips! Go to this link to pay

Lunches with your child

We are going to revisit this after Labor Day so we can properly organize this for safety and space.


We are very excited to be able to have a yearbook this year! It is going to be AWESOME. Please pre-order your book to get the pre-order price! PRE-ORDER HERE


The car rider line is moving smoothly and quickly PLEASE BE IN LINE BY 3:45PM!!

Little Library

We have books available in our little library for free please take what your child needs to be able to practice their reading so they can be our next generation of doctors, lawyers, scientists, business owners, WORLD LEADERS.


Contact Information:

Elain Dabney


Karla Corpus


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Memorial Hermann is proud to partner with Humble ISD to host a free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic open to the public from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at Ross Sterling Middle School, 1131 Wilson Rd, Humble, TX 77338. We are offering the Pfizer vaccine at this event, as well as a Memorial Hermann Shot of Hope T-shirt for everyone who gets vaccinated. Individuals 12 years of age and older are eligible to receive free vaccinations. Please note that minors (individuals 12 through 17 years of age) will be required to have an adult accompany them to their vaccination appointment. Minors do not have to show ID to receive the vaccine, but their parents/legal representatives do. This is a walk-in event and no registration is required.

A follow-up clinic offering second doses of the Pfizer vaccine is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 16 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ross Sterling Middle School.

GT Testing

Are you interested in having your child assessed for the Gifted and Talented Program. Check out the flyer on our to refer them.

Humble ISD Parent University

Gifted & Talented Awareness: Should I Refer My Child?: Virtual August 30 Come and explore the common characteristics of Gifted and Talented students. Learn what to do if you feel your child has particular advanced academic needs. Parents will learn how and when to refer children for gifted services. Register Here

Social & Emotional Learning Series: Optimistic Thinking: Virtual September 2 Optimistic thinking is one of the Great 8 Social Emotional Learning Skills that Humble ISD teaches to students. Join us to learn how you can encourage your child to be more resilient when facing challenges by using optimistic thinking. Register Here

  • Back to School 2021
TEA announced its requirements for the 2021-2022 school year on August 5. Humble ISD has ensured we are in compliance with TEA and Governor's guidance. Visit our Back to School website for information on COVID protocols.

  • New Student Enrollment
Enrollment for students NEW to Humble ISD is now open for all grades. Visit the new student enrollment website to begin the online registration process.

Currently enrolled students will need to complete the required Annual Update beginning the week of July 19. Please note: You must use your parent/guardian HAC account, NOT the student's HAC account to access the Annual Update. Only living with guardians can access and submit the update.

If you have a new-to-district enrollment question, or need assistance with your parent/guardian HAC account, please complete the online Request for Assistance form.