Nathan Smith was among the HHS students who brought an anti-bullying message to Sanger Elementary on Nov 30 - part of a program that visits all Hobbs elementary and middle schools.
Seniors suffered an emotional loss on Nov. 21 when they were knocked out of the playoffs by Eldorado in a 70-20 game.
Students from at least grade level at most HMS elementary schools performed during American Education Week activities Nov. 16-20.
The Eagles advanced in state football playoffs by beating Volcano Vista 43-21 in Albuquerque on Nov. 14.
A contingent of cheerleaders, band members and parents also hit the road on Nov. 14 to support the Eagles during their 43-21 win over Volcano Vista in Albuquerque.
Taylor fifth-graders took an upclose look at biomes and the animals and weather they share during a play they performed on Nov. 13.
The Lady Eagles volleyball team closed out their home season with a loss to Clovis in Tasker Arena on Nov. 7 - but advanced to state tournament play by winning the district title the previous week.
Veterans were honored by Broadmoor and College Lane Elementary Schools during special assemblies on Nov. 11,
Facing a must-win situation to advance in the playoffs, the Eagles beat Alamogordo 42-28 on Nov. 6 - the final home game of the season.
Seniors - whether they played football, were in the band, managed teams or were cheerleaders - spent their last night at Watson Stadium during the final home football game of the season on Nov. 6.
The Eagles lost 2-1 in the closing minutes of their semifinal game with Rio Rancho on Nov. 5.
The Lady Eagles soccer team lost in the semifinal playoffs 5-0 to Albuquerque High on Nov. 5.
The HHS theatre department's first production of the 2015-16 school year was a whodunit murder mystery.