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Julijah Finley (seated center) was part of a group Skype discussion with writer Gregory Freeman (inset) on Friday. Finley wrote the "The Forgotton 500," a World War II novel being read by students in 11th-grade Advanced Placement Literature. When Finley emailed him questions about the book for a class assignment, Freeman first phoned the junior, then agreed to a question-and-answer session with the class. The theme of the book, Freeman said, is overcoming obstacles.

HHS theatre students will perform their one-act competition play, "Questionable," for the public at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights in the Hobbs High School Little Theatre. Tickets are $3. From left, Raquel Valenzuela, Darby Cavanaugh and Justin Fraley have key roles in the  play which takes jabs at a sensitive subject at this time of year - standardized testing.

maryMary Little was honored for her 54 years of work at Highland on Wednesday. Mrs. Little was a "cafeteria lady" who went to work for the school five years after it opened and, for many years, made food from scratch for daily lunches. One of her gifts was a quilt made from Highland T-shirts by English teacher Karla Humphrey.

Veteto Foundation Board of Director member Sara Sroufe was at Houston Middle School Wednesday  to explain the process for nominating a teacher for the Veteto Excellence in Education award. Nominations for a Hobbs teacher are due March 11. Click on the photo for details.

college lane
College Lane second-grader Eric Montes, right, listens to the sound of classmate Xavier Gonzales lungs expanding and contracting as he breathes on Friday morning. Chayanne Akin and two other HHS graduates who are in ENMU-R's respiratory therapy program, gave students a hands-on lesson about how human lungs function. Akin, a 2014 HHS graduate, also attended College Lane.

golden revue
Hobbs High School students Kylie Flowers and Jordan Hodge synchronize their Dubstep during Golden Revue, the annual HHS that opened Thursday night and continues with performances at 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in Tydings Auditorium. Tickets are $7 at the door. Click on the photo for highlights of the show.
While other Hobbs students had the day off Tuesday for parent-teacher conferences, HHS drama students were busy rehearsing for their performance in "High School Musical," the spring theater production being choreographed by Karen Salb. Show dates are March 17-20.




An archive of sporting and academic videos featuring Hobbs students.

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 
Former Sanger reading specialist returns as principal 
Students Finished Third in Regionals; Advance to State Next 
Registering holds a spot for your student when school begins in August 
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