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Saturday, December 3 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Structures that Deepen Social-Emotional Learning Networking Conversation

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Quest Early College High School is a small school in Humble, Texas designed to help students earn an Associate degree as well as their high school diploma in their four years of high school. We’re committed to educating the whole child by supporting their social-emotional learning through intentional support systems. Two of our hallmark pillars of support are an exemplary weekly Service Learning component and Family, a daily student advisory support system.  We would love to share the topic of social-emotional support through Service Learning and Family with others who strive to educate the whole child in small school settings, and to learn with you about what’s working in our schools.

Please see the Networking Conversations document deslgned to guide this conversation: http://bit.ly/NetworkingConversations2016.  

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Kimberly Mouser

Curriculum/Academic Lead Teacher, Quest Early College High School
I am the Curriculum Facilitator/Academic Lead Teacher at Quest Early College High School in Humble, TX. We are an award-winning school that focuses on social-emotional learning to prepare our students for the demands of the early college setting. We are a small school of about 400 students in a suburban area school district, Humble ISD, near Houston, Texas.
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Ginger Noyes

Principal, Quest Early College High School
Humble ISD


Saturday December 3, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Bristol Room

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