Matt Smith, Coordinator 281-641-8408
Affective Education promotes social and emotional wellness for the students and staff of Humble ISD. We work to teach the Great 8 Skills for Daily Life, which are Optimistic Thinking, Self-Management, Relationship Skills, Goal-Directed Behavior, Decision Making, Personal Responsibility, Self-Awareness and Social-Awareness. Humble ISD utilizes the Making Connections classroom management model, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), and the Why Try program in order to foster a safe environment in which all students can learn. By providing professional development opportunities for staff, and also workshops for parents; we partner with our families and community in building a strong generation of students.