August Videos

Posted on 1800/01/01


The Lady Eagles moved to 3-0 after beating Goddard 4-1 in their home opener on Aug. 28. Freshman Taylor Jones had to goals during her debut at Watson Stadium.


The Eagles shutout Mayfield 3-0 to open their season at home on Aug. 22.

robin hood

Students from Stone, Jefferson and Edison had some shut-your-mouth fun when they performed Robin Hood - a Missoula Children's Theatre production - on Aug. 23.

Heizer students got a sneak peek at the rewards to be gleaned from earning good grades and demonstrating good behavior during a Renaissance Assembly on Aug. 22.

ice bucket

Called out by four principals, HMS Supt. TJ Parks got in on the ice-bucket ALS challenge fun following his annual meeting on Aug. 20.


During an all employee meeting on Aug. 20, HMS Supt. TJ Parks praised staff for a "phenomenal" job in the 2013-14 school year that boosted HMS to one of the most improved academic achieving districts in the state.


The volleyball team was on the verge of beating Odessa in its opening match of the season on Aug. 19 but fell 3-1 in close-scoring games.

ice bucket

Heizer Principal Rene Cantu and his coaching staff got the ALS ice bucket challenge wave started on HMS campuses when he called out the staff at Houston Middle School on Aug. 18. Many campuses responding in kind, dunking themselves while also donating to the charity.

first day

More than 9,500 students arrived for school clean and shiny and in new clothes on the first day of class - Aug. 13.

jump start

Highland Principal Ron Haggerton gives an incoming student help with a locker during Jump Start orientation activities. All three middle schools held morning sessions to familiarize sixth-grade students with their new campuses.


Thanks to high scores on multiple Advanced Placement tests these HHS students were awarded computers at the Aug. 11 AP Banquet.


Riding in a long parade route during Lovington's Lea County Fair on Aug. 6 had a way of tuckering everybody out - including this Hobbs cowboy who brought up the rear.

jump start

Incoming sixth-graders got a chance to meet their school mascots when all three middle schools held orientation activities on Aug. 5.


Hobbs football players of all ages broke out the helmets for the first official day of two-a-day practice on Aug. 4.

my power

Hobbs teenagers - along with their counterparts from around the county - wrapped up the MyPower Quantum Leadership Camp with a graduation ceremony on July 31.


Hobbs High School marching band students were out in force two weeks before the start of school practicing on a daily basis for the upcoming football season.


More than 200 Lea County middle school girls arrived for the first of a four-day MyPower Quantum Learning Camp on July 28.
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