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Humble ISD Honors Students of Character


Students were honored at Humble ISD’s annual Students of Character Luncheon on Friday, April 22. 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.

 

Lunch was generously provided by Italianos and Lawlers Bakery.

 
High School Students of Character
Two seniors from each Humble ISD high school were chosen by their teachers and peers as students of character and honored at a luncheon. Atascocita High School Principal Bill Daniels brought cut-outs of his students because they were unable to attend due to previously scheduled engagements.
 
Pictured (front row l/r): Rhoda Oladapo – Humble High School; Leilani Smith – Quest Early College High School; Hope Brice – Kingwood High School; Kendall Searcy – Kingwood Park High School; Breanna Deculus – Summer Creek High School; and Shelby McGlaun (cut out) – Atascocita High School. (Back row l/r): Patrick Taylor (cut out) – Atascocita High School; Mitchell Clouse – Kingwood High School; Jonathan Brown – Quest High School; and Josiah Carroll – Kingwood Park High School. Also honored but unable to attend due to previously scheduled engagements (and not pictured) were Langston Tunson from Humble High School and Kendahl Lyle from Summer Creek High School. 
 
Middle School Students of Character  
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 (front row l/r): Zoe Wooden – Atascocita Middle School; Farris Dees – Creekwood Middle School; Braelyn Mouton – Humble Middle School; Brandy West – Kingwood Middle School; Sabrina Rizzo – Riverwood Middle School; Paola Cantu Garcia – Ross Sterling Middle School; DeeDee Davis – Timberwood Middle School; and Megan Cyr – Woodcreek Middle School. (Back row l/r): Kendall Allen – Atascocita Middle School; Braden Hunt – Creekwood Middle School; Dylan Miles – Humble Middle School; Travis Toth – Kingwood Middle School; Trevor Daniel – Riverwood Middle School; Erick Osegueda – Ross Sterling Middle School; Tyler Byrd – Timberwood Middle School; and Brice Matthews – Woodcreek Middle School.