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images Click here and enter your street address to see where your child will attend school next year under the district's new elementary school boundaries.

 
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The Learning Center staff toured Murray Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon to get a feel for their future home. More than 100 3 and 4-year-olds currently attend TLC, where teachers and staff have made due with a building located on Kingsley for decades. They'll move to the Dal Paso location and share  headquarters with a K-5 kindergarten school when Murray opens in August.
 
       
 
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HHS senior Harlee Lester scrambles for a loose ball in front of the Clovis bench during Tuesday night's 40-34 loss to the Wildcats in the opening round of district play. Click on the photo for highlights.

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HHS students selected to perform at the recent All-State Music Festival in Albuquerque included (in front from left), Juan Levine, Kenneth Hafer, Rachel Johnson, David Tackett and, in back from left, Samuel Hafer, Aliyah Hodge, Jacob Caballero, Katie Gressett and Lorenzo Medrano.


 
 
   
 
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Senior Breanna Ellison leads Coronado students in a pledge to end bullying during a program led by Hobbs High School students on Monday afternoon. A group of athletes, dancers, theater students and former bullying victims have spent the past two months making anti-bullying presentations at each elementary school.


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HHS senior Anthony Ponce, right, learns the ropes of pole climbing from Chris Leyva, a second-year apprentice (left),  and Journeyman John Knight (center) during a Tuesday morning HHS construction trades class. Xcel Energy has partnered with HHS to set up equipment on campus and train potential linemen who can enter a shadow program upon graduation.
 
                  
  basketball
Voted on by their basketball teammates, Josh Ruiz and Ariel Lopez were named Basketball Homecoming King and Queen at a HHS assembly on Thursday afternoon. Click on the photo for highlights.


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HHS students who recently were selected for the New Mexico All-State Choir Concert in Albuquerque following an audition process are, in front, Meagan Travis, Lexi Morales, Victoria Garcia and Rachel Johnson, and, in back, Amanda Davis, Kayelynn McBeth, Luis Antillon, Alexis Wright and Kalee Birmingham.



 
 
               


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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 
55 Students submit winning compositions 
Houston students benefit from volunteer instructor 
Trio writes their own songs - which are then arranged by professionals and performed by choirs 
HMS pair wins state championship 
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