February 2020
Dear Parents,
With the second term well under way, we want to thank everyone for your continued support of our scholars, teachers, and school as we collectively strive to provide optimal opportunities for learning each and every day. In addition, we want to also thank our parents and students for participating and supporting the Souper Bowl Caring Kick Off event! It was a huge success! We would also like to thank our parent volunteers that participated in “Houston Volunteers” in helping with the beautification projects donated by the well known corporation “Twitter”. As we are super excited about the upgrades supporting the landscape, athletic department, and students that volunteers worked very hard on. We will continue to see these improvements around campus. 

RSPA administration and faculty value the important contributions families make towards a scholar’s success in school. There is no question about success at school starts at home. Families are the most significant influence in a scholar’s schooling.

Mrs. Aisha Taylor, M. Ed.
Thank you for your dedication and continued support of our students and school! You are truly appreciated!!
Campus Information
Text "@TRSHUMBLE" to 81010

Transportation Information
Text "@HUMRoute1" to 81010
Text "@HUMRoute2" to 81010
Text "@HUMRoute3" to 81010
Principal: Aisha Taylor
Assistant Principal: Monet Calhoun
Secretary: Candra Handy
Registrar: Kenneth Killings
Important Dates 
Feb. 3: 100th Day of School 
Feb. 8: Father-Daughter Dance (7:00-9:00pm)
Feb. 27: Black History Program (9:00am)
Feb. 12: Valentine Gram (PTCO)
Feb. 13: 100 Guys in Ties
Feb. 22: SLEDS
Lunch Policy
Parents are able to eat with students during their child’s designated lunchtime on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Feel free to contact the office for grade level lunchtimes.

Classroom Treats
Our students love to celebrate birthdays and other events at school. It is important to note that all treats should be store-bought and the ingredients need to be listed on the packaging.

School starts at 7:45 am. Let’s be sure to get our scholars here on time for instruction. Instructional time is where learning takes place.