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A Hobbs teacher’s kind deed recently brought a smile to the face of Jevin Lindsay, a Stone Elementary School student who moved to Oklahoma in January and was happy when a keepsake of his elementary school days arrived unexpectedly in the mail one day this summer.  Read more here.

Edison second grader Nohea Muniz presents a card he wrote to HPD Officer Matthew Burleson on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, his teacher, Catherine Brijalba, discussed last week's Dallas tragedy with her summer school class, then encouraged students to put their sentiments on paper in the form of a thank-you card. Burleson, a canine officer and four-year HPD veteran, said he would share the cards with fellow officers and hang them up at headquarters.
Taylor Elementary kindergartners got a counting lesson from Urenco employees on Tuesday who were provided hands-on instruction about the uranium enrichment process.  Urenco workers also stopped in at Stone's K-3 Plus summer program earlier in the day and will be at Edison on Wednesday.

A total of 472 students - including 16 distinguished honor graduates - received high school diplomas during Saturday's commencement exercise at the Lea County Event Center. A highlight was valedictorian Vanessa Palma's emotional tribute to her parents. Click on the photo for more.

Smokey the Bear stopped in at Edison Elementary School on Friday afternoon to give K-3 Plus students tips on campground and fire safety in the forest. Smokey also made appearances at Stone and Taylor Elementary  - schools which are providing additional reading and math instruction over the summer through a state grant program.

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Hobbs girls who will enter middle school next year made up one-third of the nearly 200 students who spent the past five days at Texas Tech attending "It's A Girl Thing," camp. Students - most of whom were sponsored by the J.F Maddox Foundation - received instruction in everything from robotics to forensics while also getting to experience life on a college campus and meeting new friends. Click on the photo for highlights of the girls' departure and events at the Lubbock camp on Wednesday.

Khloee Levario and Nathaniel Conde were equally excited to earn their diplomas during Booker T. Washington’s kindergarten graduation exercise on Tuesday night. The pair will advance to first grade following Thursday’s last day of school. Click on the photo for more highlights of the happy milestone.




An archive of sporting and academic videos featuring Hobbs students.

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 
Ben Lujan recognition equivalent of Maintenance State Championship 
For first time this year, boys nominated for Homecoming King 
Veronica Arguello - former Broadmoor bilingual teacher - promoted to Stone lead job 
Jonathan Sarmiento Named SkillsUSA VP 
Superintendent's Association names Parks Superintendent of the Year 
Annual American Legion Auxiliary Patriotic Winners 
Four HMS students bring home first-place medals 
HHS Celebrates National SkillsUSA Week with Community Service 
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