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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.

Hobbs special education teacher Adela Prieto  this week was one of 25 New Mexico teachers to receive a Wells Fargo grant for classroom materials.
Prieto, who splits her teaching time between Booker T. Washington and Will Rogers Elementary School, said the $1,500 in grant money will go toward the purchase of reading materials for upper level reading students at Will Rogers. The 2016 Teacher Partner Program awarded nearly $50,000 to New Mexico teachers in public, private and charter schools for their innovative efforts in classroom instruction, according to a press release. The program is a partnership between Wells Fargo, which provides the funding, and Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico, a nonprofit organization focused on improving education statewide.

HMS is pleased to introduce Brook Reed, a Freshman High School English teacher. To learn more about Ms. Reed, click here. Look for a profile of new Hobbs teachers in this place on a regular basis.

Heizer science teacher Terri Sallee - shown at left in class earlier this week -  flies to Chicago on Friday to take part in the first-ever 2016 Educator Hackathon conference hosted by the National Geographic Society’s Education Team and Google Earth Outreach.  Sallee is one of two dozen teachers from the United States and Canada selected to participate in the conference.  She is one of ten people selected as a speaker for the Lightening Talks Conference. Hackathon participants will work with Google’s Geo tools and will be tasked with generating ideas and developing innovative lessons that connect National Geographic content with Google technology. When she returns, Sallee will share her ideas with teachers and students in the Hobbs district.

Hobbs Freshman High and Hobbs High School students were on stage at Tydings Auditorium on Tuesday night for a holiday band performance. Click on the photo for musical highlights.

Students in Shawna Carter's Systems Go class  on Tuesday held a successful rocket launch of ships they've built in class and operated on computer simulators. Tuesday's test launch is in preparation for an April super launch which will involve rockets being propelled a mile into the atmosphere while carrying a one-pound payload. Click on the photo for highlights.

Hobbs students didn't let cold temperatures dampen their enthusiasm during the Jaycee Christmas Parade on Saturday. Click on the picture for photo highlights.

Cheering on your teammates is just as important as swimming your fastest in the water. At least that appeared to be the case for Hobbs High School swimmers and divers during their first home meet of the year on Saturday. Both the Eagles and Lady Eagles won first-place in the Tori Kleinsteuber Invitational while HHS senior Nathan Collins took second in the diving contest. Click on the photo for highlights.




An archive of sporting and academic videos featuring Hobbs students.

Profiles on teachers who are new to HMS 
Fifteen girls and eight guys in the running 
State points to Hobbs as a trendsetter 
Murray and Southern Heights add positions 
New School Year starts before Wednesday's First Day 
Jarrett and Bartlett take over top positions at two schools 
Assistant superintendent named New Mexico's personnel director of the year 
Takes steps to insure he'll always have a momento of Stone Elementary 
Former school board member continues to serve students for decades 
Event will now include nominees from sports outside basketball 
HHS Takes 2nd in Regional Contest 
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