Our History

                                                                       Mr. Floyd Honey                                     Ms. Glenys Honey    

                                                                        Mr. Floyd Honey                                               Ms. Glenys Honey


    Honey Elementary School, home of the Bears, was established in 1983. Honey is named for two veteran Lubbock teachers, Mr. Floyd Honey and his sister, Miss Glenys Honey. Floyd Honey worked in Lubbock ISD for 39 years as an elementary teacher, coach, and principal (Lubbock High School and Monterey High School). Glenys Honey taught in Lubbock for 41 years at the elementary, junior high, and high school levels. Both Floyd and Glenys played a vital role in the education of many young people in Lubbock. They both admirably demonstrated the qualities of outstanding educators.



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    Honey has earned an outstanding academic reputation throughout Lubbock ISD and the state of Texas based on Texas Education Agency ratings. Over the past 12 years, Honey Elementary has earned "Exemplary" status 8 times,"Recognized" status 3 times, Met Standards with Distinction 2 times (based from state testing results). Additionally, Honey Elementary offers many opportunities for "extra" student activities. Among these are: student council, safety patrol, Honor Choir, student business centers, jump rope team and running club. Honey Elementary is an official ESL (English as a Second Language) school and we have students from all over the world attending our school. Students who speak languages other than Spanish may qualify for this program. At last count, we had over 20 different countries and 19 languages represented on our campus.