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From left, Houston Tech Lab teacher Jodie Day, Houston band director Bryan Cheney, HHS chemistry teacher Karen Jackson, Edison special education teacher Dorothy Noseff and Jefferson teacher Ida Garcia received the surprise announcement on Tuesday morning that they are 2014 Veteto Excellence in Teaching winners. Nominated by parents, co-workers and students, the group will be honored at a May 8 banquet where they will each receive a $5,000 check.
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Will Rogers Elementary School fourth and fifth-graders were at Tydings Auditorium on Monday night showing off the talents they have learned in weekly fine arts classes.  The fine arts program will be expanded as an after-school elective at Jefferson, Edison and Southern Heights next school year.

HHS Sophomore Andrew Barbaree - pictured with counselors Ethan Ayers and Linda Floyd -recently attended the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists in Washington D.C. after being nominated for the honor. Barbaree hopes to enter the medical field some day. 

HHS Senior Ryan Anderson recently attended the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists in Washington D.C. after being nominated for the honor. Anderson hopes to one day be a neurologist.

Edison fifth-grader Jesse Gonzalez and his mother moved into a new home over the weekend - thanks to the efforts of Habitat for Humanity. Some classmates and teachers were on hand for the key ceremony. Click on the picture for highlights.
BTW kindergartners Ahahi Duenz and Natali Almanza compare their haul during Thursday morning's Easter Egg Hunt at the school. They and the rest of Hobbs students will have the day off tomorrow to celebrate Good Friday.


Rocio Araujo and her Southern Heights fifth-graders spent Thursday camping out in a classroom which included a forest, mountains and tents - all part of a weeklong campaign to stimulate reading.





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sporting and academic videos featuring Hobbs students.

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 
HMS website adds bullying- violence reporting options 
Nineteen in running for the crown 
HMS Supt. TJ Parks provides an overview of how Hobbs schools fared in state evaluation system 
Almost 40 players from the 1970-72 title teams were in Arlington in early June to relieve glory years and challenge Coach Gleghorn to bring home another championship 
School secretary gets ball rolling on communitywide effort to help family 
After registering in their U.S. History Class (and elsewhere), some HHS seniors were eligible to vote in their first election in November 
Additional Hiring in Elementaries to Deal with Bigger Classes 
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