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Humble ISD announces Students of Character
Humble ISD recognized Students of Character from all secondary schools for their well-rounded achievements and the six character traits promoted throughout the District’s curriculum.
Each middle and high school selects one boy and one girl that exemplify the positive character traits to represent the District. The Humble ISD Student Support Services hosted a luncheon on Tuesday, May 26, to commemorate these Students of Character. They were awarded certificates from Humble ISD, U.S. Congressman Ted Poe, and Texas State Representative Dan Huberty. The luncheon was sponsored by Italiano’s Humble restaurant and Lawler’s Desserts donated the cake.
The Humble ISD six pillars of character are responsibility,
respect, trustworthiness, fairness, caring and citizenship. Eighth grade
Students of Character also will be appointed to serve on the Student Advisory
Council that will meet each month with Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo.
(from left to right first row): Atascocita High School Lindsey Wills, Humble High School Ashley Salazar, Kingwood High School Jane Walton, Kingwood Park High School Avery Harlan, Quest Early College High School Ashley Meyer and Michelle Nguyen, and Summer Creek High School Jayla Calhoun.
(from left to right second row): Atascocita High School
Danny Morales, Humble High School Raymundo Suarez, Kingwood High School Matthew
Mulloy, Kingwood Park High School Avery Johnson, Quest Early College High
School James Kerfoot, and Summer Creek High School Ryan Zepeda.
(from left to right first row): Atascocita Middle School Alli Roe, Creekwood Middle School Hannah Boyd, Humble Middle School Nadya Celeste (not pictured), Kingwood Middle School Lindsey Broussard, Riverwood Middle School Jacqueline Barry, Ross Sterling Middle School Autumn Bailey, Timberwood Middle School Olivia Schoch, Woodcreek Middle School Nadia Armstrong.
(from left to right second row): Atascocita Middle School Ryan Abante, Creekwood Middle School Zane Russell, Humble Middle School Taurean Sales, Kingwood Middle School Hayden Park, Riverwood Middle School Jacob Vasquez, Ross Sterling Middle School Gerardo Garza-Luna, Timberwood Middle School Alan Whitehead, and Woodcreek Middle School William Dunn.