Humble ISD Students of Character celebrated at Luncheon
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Students of Character celebrated at Luncheon Humble ISD Student Support Services hosted a luncheon on May 20 to recognize 28 students who demonstrate the values and character promoted in the six pillars of character curriculum used throughout Humble ISD. Each high school and middle school select one girl and one boy that exemplify the positive character traits Humble schools seek to develop through affective education. The Six Pillars of Character include Responsibility, Respect, Trustworthiness, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. We are so excited to honor these students as the Humble ISD Students of Character and what makes this such an honor is that they were chosen by their fellow classmates, said Matt Smith, Coordinator of Affective Education. These students were recognized by their peers as showing these traits both in and outside of school, said Smith. Eighth grade Students of Character will also be appointed to serve on the Student Advisory Council meeting each month with Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo. Caption 1: High School Students of Character, from left, are Loretta White and Ethan Klosterboer (Atascocita High School), Victoria King and Noe Fuentes Peraza (Humble High School), Natalie Saladino and Travis Monteleone (Kingwood High School), Nina Hebel and Jared Como (Kingwood Park High School), and Raneen Abdelghani and Spencer Jones (Summer Creek High School). Not pictured are Jazmin Salazar, Tai Vo from Quest Early College High School. Caption 2: Middle School Students of Character are, from left, Jenica Eustaquio and Joshua Jordan (Ross Sterling Middle School), Harper Lallier and Christopher Ligon (Creekwood Middle School), Jennely Herrera and Tyree Thomas (Atascocita Middle School), Skylar DeLaTorre and Miguel Sandoval (Woodcreek Middle School), Rachel Hicks and David Mouton, (Timberwood Middle School), Gabrielle Murray and Zyan Williams, (Humble Middle School) Ingrid Pina and Garrett Allen (Riverwood Ingrid Pina) and Mackenzie Purcell and Jacob Rodriguez (Kingwood Middle School).