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Football player Rigo Osnaya and Fireman Cooper Solomon - 3-year-olds in Murray Elementary School's Pre-K program - get a feeling for slimy worms during a fall festival. Pre-K students on Thursday morning rotated through classrooms where they played musical chairs, pinned the tail on the donkey and enjoyed other sensory experiences.

Houston Middle School Assistant Principal Jon Gilcrease - shown here with his family - on Wednesday won the University of the Southwest Alumni Award.

Hobbs schools is proud to introduce its new teachers to our community.  Learn more about Nancy Driskill, a Stone kindergarten teacher,
by clicking on his
name. Look for a profile on a new instructor here on a regular basis.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (also known as former HHS history teacher Jack Young), rolled into a fourth-grade Broadmoor Elementary School classroom on Wednesday in his wheelchair to tell students some details about his his life and historic four-term presidency. Students at the school will participate in a mock presidential election next Tuesday.

Scrubby Bear had Mills first-graders on their feet dancing Wednesday morning - but only after the students took the Scrubby Bear oath to practice good hygiene habits in order to keep colds and other contagious diseases from being passed around as winter approaches. The HMS nurse mascot - played by a HHS student each year - is making the rounds of all elementary schools this week to deliver his hand-washing message and also remind students to cover their mouth when coughing.

Hobbs schools is proud to introduce its new teachers to our community.  Learn more about Leslie Dominguez, a Jefferson kindergarten teacher, by clicking on his name. Look for a profile on a new instructor here on a regular basis.

trick or treat
Jefferson students who have been learning about global citizenship set up a bake sale to benefit Trick-or-Treat for Unicef on Tuesday. Money from the sale will help children around the world in need of clean water, food and medicine. The bake sale continues on Thursday.




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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