Dr. Sconzo was honored for his service to the community and school district Friday night at the Humble Civic Center
The  community l honored the work and legacy of Dr. Guy Sconzo as he retires from public education after 40 years of service. Not only has Dr. Sconzo worked tirelessly at the helm of one of the state’s largest fast-growth school districts, but he has also been a true champion for our community and our businesses.

Dr. Sconzo joined the Humble ISD family as Superintendent in June 2001. In the 15 years of his service, Humble ISD opened 14 new schools and went through 60 percent student enrollment growth. Under his leadership, Humble ISD was named the "Best Large District in Texas" in the 2015 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards. Dr. Sconzo’s legacy will always have an impact in our community and in our hearts.
Numerous Rotarians were involved in the festivities. Al Moore described the hiring of Dr. Sconzo and Bonnie described his service to the district. Dan Huberty participated a humerous description of what retirement was going to be like.
Two table of Rotarians attended the event.