Two seniors from each Humble ISD high school were chosen by their teachers and peers as students of character and honored at a luncheon. Pictured in pairs (front and back) by high school from left: Kelci Beach and Saul Dominguez – Atascocita High School; Karrington Donald and Jeremiah Mathews – Humble High School; Daisy Johnston and Luther Sentz – Kingwood High School; Amanda Timmerman and Cameron Vidos – Kingwood Park High School; Fernanda Flores Ochoa and Deron Hargrove – Quest Early College High School; Ariah Watson and Alejandro Cerrillo Valdez – Summer Creek High School.

Students were honored at Humble ISD’s annual Students of Character Luncheon on Thursday, April 27. One eighth-grade boy and girl from each middle school and one twelfth-grade boy and girl from each high school were nominated by their teachers and peers for exhibiting the following four characteristics throughout the school year: optimistic thinking; self-management; relationship skills; and goal directed behavior. A representative of each campus detailed the outstanding attributes of the students as parents, teachers, administrators and students were inspired by tales of exceptional effort, kindness and selfless acts. Each of the eighth grade students are invited to join Dr. Fagen’s Superintendent Student Advisory Council where they will address topic such as school culture and climate, graduation requirements and college/career readiness.

Lunch was generously provided by Italian​​​​os and Lawlers Desserts.

Two eighth-graders from each Humble ISD middle school were chosen by their teachers and peers as students of character and honored at a luncheon. Pictured in pairs (front and back) by middle school from the left: Isabelle Caldwell and Setphen Ozan, Jr. – Atascocita Middle School; Victoria Golden and William Van Dyke – Creekwood Middle School; Shayla Garcia and Deston Linsey – Humble Middle School; Casey Smoot and Richard Rivera – Kingwood Middle School; Adalen Hammond and Kade Janikula – Riverwood Middle School; Keyhla Gonzalez and Ross Sterling Middle School; Yahnes Walker and John Kennedy – Timberwood Middle School; Lauryn Harvey-Albrow and Benjamin Rizk – Woodcreek Middle School.