Hosting their own swim meet on Nov. 22 gave Hobbs fans a chance to cheer on their own swimmers.
The Eagles beat Las Cruces 108-73 - largely by using the press to create 30 turnovers on Nov. 22.
Hobbs elementary schools celebrated American Education Week (Nov. 17-21) with song and dance programs - mainly focusing on the topic of Bullying.
Kelvin Jones was the high scorer with 22 points when the Eagles opened their season on Nov. 18 by blasting Midland Lee 74-23.
Mills fifth-graders spent a week learning about Mark Twain and his most famous character, Tom Sawyer, in early November. They then acted out some famous scenes from the book.
Some Broadmoor students were excited on Veterans Day to honor members of their own family who have served their country.
HHS students paid tribute to veterans nationwide - and some who teach at their own school - on Veterans' Day, Nov. 11.
A variety of HHS students visited Sanger on Nov. 10 to kick off their Stand Up to Bullying campaign for the 2014-15 school year. Sanger students pledged to join the effort.
Alternative Learning Center English 4 students performed a short play based on a poem as a class assignment on Nov. 5.