|It was a long night for quarterback Brayden Price and the rest of the Eagles when Alamogordo upended Hobbs in its homecoming game on Sept. 30.
Ivonne Chaparro, who would be crowned Homecoming Queen later in the night, waves at spectators during the Homecoming Parade on Sept. 30.
Homecoming Queen candidates were introduced during a HHS assembly on Sept. 30.
Hannah Johns has position as she attempts to head a kick into the goal during the Sept. 29 1-0 victory over Roswell.
Sarah Inman provided Wll Rogers first through fourth graders hip-hop jazz instructions on Sept. 26 - part of the school's emphasis on learning the arts.
Zakaya Benge and Evan Gray learned how to Cotton-Eyed Joe during a weeklong study of New Mexico dance traditions. Stone fifth-graders gave a performance of their new knowledge on Sept. 23.
Ariel Lopez and the rest of the Lady Eagles had little trouble finding the net when they skunked Goddard 10-0 during a mercy-rule game on Sept. 20.
After a week of rehearsal, students from Stone, Jefferson, Taylor and Edison elementary schools performed The Jungle Book at Tydings Auditorium on Aug. 17.
The Eagles beat Alamogordo 4-0 during a home game on Sept. 17.
Hobbs students got to test their hand at calf roping at a number of other Western skills during the Staked Plains Roundup at NMJC on Sept. 16.
Assistant Supt. for Secondary Instruction Will Hawkins outlined Hobbs school results on state standardized testing during a AYP parent information session on Sept. 15.
Lovington beat Hobbs on their home court on Sept. 13, but not before the Lady Eagles to the match to five games.
More than 50 students from Jefferson, Edison, Stone and Taylor Elementary Schools won parts after auditioning for the Jungle Book on Sept. 12.
Will Rogers fifth-graders, who are signed up for the school's first-ever orchestra class, pass a violin around the classroom on Sept. 12.
The family of Harold Murphy was on hand for the Sept. 8 dedication of the Alternative Learning Center to their late father, a long-time HMS educator.