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   Eagles Basketball vs Roswell
   Jan 21 2017 at 07:00 PM
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   Jan 24 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Hobbs Eagle Diving Meet
   Jan 27 2017 at 04:00 PM
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   Jan 27 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Eagle Invite Swim Meet
   Jan 28 2017 at 11:00 AM
   Lady Eagles basketball vs Las Cruces
   Feb 03 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Eagles Basketball vs Gadsden
   Feb 07 2017 at 07:00 PM
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   Feb 10 2017 at 07:00 PM
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   Feb 14 2017 at 08:30 AM
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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.

Edison Elementary School fifth-grader Trey Taylor won second place in Thursday night's Lea County Spelling Bee while Houston's Kaytlen Bishop was third. Each will represent the county - along side spelling bee champion Brooklyn Arreola of Lovington - in the statewide spelling bee. Click on the photo for highlights of last night's contest.

  Mentors - community volunteers who spend time helping Hobbs students with homework or just being a friend  - were honored during a banquet on Thursday night. More than 30 adults who volunteer their time on a weekly basis, their students and families were honored at the banquet.

Ayanna Smith had seven points on Thursday night during the Lady Eagles 58-28 win over Lovington.  Senior players were honored at the start of the game. Click on the photo for highlights.


Seventh-grade Heizer social studies students play a geographical version of "Twister" on a giant map of the state of New Mexico in class on Thursday. The map was given to the New Mexico Geographic Alliance by National Geographic Society. Heizer teacher Terri Sallee worked with the alliance over the summer to create three  activities for the map - which will travel to classrooms around the state -  to increase geospatial skills.
Hobbs swimmers were in the water on Saturday for a dual meet with Artesia. Both the boys and girls team easily won the meet as did Hobbs High School divers. Click on the photo for highlights.

School Resource Officer Carlos Martinez reads to Jefferson first-graders on Thursday - part of a morning-long read-a-thon that featured first-responders reading and role modeling for students.

The only thing better than Friday afternoons and the appro
aching weekend are Friday afternoons that begin with an Accelerated Reader run down the hallway of your school. Which is why this Taylor student was proud to make the run in front of classmates and parents after achieving her reading goal.




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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