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   Mar 30 2015
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   Apr 04 2015 at 12:00 PM
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   Apr 10 2015 at 08:00 AM
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Committed to providing the finest education possible for more than 9,900 students, HMS has transformed public education by raising academic standards, lowering drop-out rates and engaging students in hands-on learning.
 
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Kelvin Jones dunks a ball over the heads of Highland Middle School teachers during a student-staff basketball game that served as a Spring Break sendoff on Friday afternoon. When the students fell behind, the state championship HHS Eagles came to the rescue.
          
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Sophomore Azaria Stewart is on her way to a win in her heat and a fifth-place overall finish in the 100-meter hurdles during Thursday's Gene Wells Track Meet at Watson Stadium. Click on the picture for photo highlights.

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College Lane students made cars out of cardboard boxes for a special Drive-In movie event on Friday afternoon that featured students lined up in their creative vehicles in front of a giant screen. Pop corn and pickles accompanied the fun.
 
    
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Freshman High students celebrated their spring athletes during a Wednesday pep rally - then got a surprise visit from some local heroes.  Click on the picture for photo highlights.


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Hobbs School Board member Joe Calderon and Mayor Sam Cobb were among the dignitaries on hand to throw out the first pitch Thursday for the official opening of the Eagles baseball field. The city and school partnered to lay astroturf at the field and build new dugouts and other amenities. (Tony Baker Photo)
 
              
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Amanda Harmston and Smith Fenner were crowned  Queen and King at Saturday night's Hobbs High School Prom. Click on the picture for highlights.
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Freshman High student Sabrina Martinez concentrates on painting her Vans tennis shoe during art class on Tuesday.  Students in Janet Davis' class are creating shoe designs as part of a class assignment and Vans contest. Photographs of the designs will be submitted online with winning finalists flown to New York for final judging.
 
             


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News
Annual American Legion Auxiliary Patriotic Winners 
Four HMS students bring home first-place medals 
HHS Celebrates National SkillsUSA Week with Community Service 
Former Sanger reading specialist returns as principal 
Students Finished Third in Regionals; Advance to State Next 
Registering holds a spot for your student when school begins in August 
Hobbs parents are invited to public meetings next week to get information on proposed school zone boundary changes 
Tells story of Columbine High School shooting victim 
The 2014 Homecoming Queen will be crowned at halftime of Sept. 19 football game 
HMS has been filling principal vacancies over the summer 
Cliff Burch and Dixie Vejil among new promotions 
Five HMS teachers received $5,000 checks and crystal apples at the Veteto Foundation Excellence in Education Awards banquet. In addition, Principal Michael Hunt won a special director's award 
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