Humble ISD Heart Walk Teams participate in the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk on Nov. 3.

Humble ISD is the top school district team in the state of Texas for the fifth year! The district Heart Walk teams raised the most money out of all school districts participating in Heart Walks held across the state of Texas this fall.

“The Humble ISD family is a philanthropic community and I am very proud of the generosity across the district,” Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen said. “We are not just a family that takes care of itself, but we take care of others. To be named the number one school district team in the state is a big accomplishment. We had a great turnout, the high school mascots were there, and it was a lot of fun. It takes a huge number of people to collect those dollars and participate in the Heart Walk.”

Atascocita Student Council Officers and Associate Principal Will Falker received the award for Top Fundraising High School team and Overall Top Fundraising Humble ISD Heart Walk Team.


Humble ISD helped raise $29,700 in the Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk. Overall, the 2018 Greater Lake Houston Heart and Stroke Walk brought in more than $206,700, raising funds and awareness for the fight against heart disease. 

- Top Fundraising Heart Walk Teams Pictured from left to right are School Board President Charles Cunningham;American Heart Association Vice President of Youth Markets Samantha Fewell-Nunez; Community Learning Center Principal Tammy Alexander; Summerwood Elementary Principal Shannon Lalmansingh; Summerwood Heart Walk Team Captains Courtney Land and Jennifer Brown; Kingwood Middle School Heart Heroes Christian Young and Barry Phillips; Atascocita High School's Student Council Sponsors Rendi King and Katie Barnes, Student Council Officers, and Associate Principal Will Falker; and Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen.


All Heart Walk teams, walkers, and supporters made a great impact this year and the following 12 teams raised $1,000 or more for the American Heart Association:

  • Atascocita High School, led by team captain Scott Peden, received the award for Top Fundraising High School and Overall Top Fundraising Humble ISD team.

  • Atascocita Springs Elementary School led by team captain Jennifer Mouton

  • Community Learning Center, led by team captain Mike Heckman, received the Award for Top Fundraising Speciality Campus and Top Participating Specialty Campus.

  • Eagle Springs Elementary School led by team captain Theresa Drew

  • Fall Creek Elementary School led by team captain Kathy Brown

  • Foster Elementary School, led by team captain Kyle Curtsinger, received the award for Top Participating Elementary School team.

  • Humble Middle School led by team captain Elysia Ramirez.

  • Kingwood High School led by team captain Pam Lard.

  • Kingwood Middle School, led by team captain Bob Atteberry, received the award for Top Fundraising and Top Participating Middle School team.

  • Kingwood Park High School, led by team captains Gina Sanchez and Leanne Rockwell, received the award for Top Participating High School team.

  • Ridge Creek Elementary School lead by team captain Michael Anthis.

  • Summerwood Elementary School, led by team captains Jennifer Brown and Courtney Land, received the award for Top Fundraising Elementary School team. 

- Top Participating Heart Walk Teams Pictured from left to right are School Board President Charles Cunningham, American Heart Association Vice President of Youth Markets Samantha Fewell-Nunez, Community Learning Center Principal Tammy Alexander, Foster Elementary Fifth-Grade Teacher Shannon Zweifel, Assistant Principal Cindy Barker, Principal Diana Zelezinski; Kingwood Middle School Heart Heroes Christian Young and Barry Phillips; Kingwood Park High School Associate Principal Brian Johnson, Heart Walk Team Captains Gina Sanchez and Leanne Rockwell, Principal Lisa Drabing; and Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen