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Committed to providing the finest education possible for more than 10,000 students, HMS has transformed public education by raising academic standards, lowering drop-out rates and engaging students in hands-on learning.


The Eagles and Jeremy Padilla found themselves playing an impenetrable foe - the Eldorado Eagles - in what turned out to be their final football game of the season on Saturday. Hobbs lost 70-20. Click on the photo for highlights.

Sometimes the best thing about performing in front of a large group of people is spotting your parents in the crowd - something that clearly pleased Mills kindergartner Samantha Ponce on Friday during an American Education Week variety show that concluded a week of activities at Hobbs elementary schools. Click on the photo for highlights.

Sanger's Fun Run on Saturday attracted more than 100 participants and resulted in a donation of $390 to Isaiah's Kitchen, just in time for Thanksgiving. In addition, the school collected 4,138 cans of food for the agency.

BTW kindergartners had mixed feelings about bears - the theme of their American Education Week performance on Thursday night at the school.
Desert Gardens resident Margaret Montgomery takes great interest in the Bun-Bun Bunny made for her by Jefferson third-grader Jairius Rodriguez while Mary Reza listens to a story read to her by Denise Salinas, another Jefferson third-grader. The class visited residents with books, homemade gift items and well wishes for the holiday season on Thursday.

Jefferson third-graders performed a medley of classic Disney music and dance when they gave an American Education Week performance on Thursday morning. One of the songs included tongue twister Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

Murray Elementary third graders Faith Vine and Fabian Astorga played the key dramatic roles in Tuesday's "Freddie the Frog and Jungle Jazz" program. Their performance was part of American Education Week activities taking place this week at all Hobbs elementary schools.




An archive of sporting and academic videos featuring Hobbs students.

Ben Lujan recognition equivalent of Maintenance State Championship 
For first time this year, boys nominated for Homecoming King 
Veronica Arguello - former Broadmoor bilingual teacher - promoted to Stone lead job 
Jonathan Sarmiento Named SkillsUSA VP 
Superintendent's Association names Parks Superintendent of the Year 
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 
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