Hagerman Elementary is providing a K3 Plus program this summer for incoming Kindergarteners through third grade. Transportation is included as well as breakfast and lunch. The program runs June 5 through July 10 M-Th 8:15-2:45 and F 8:15-12:15. Contact the elementary at 575.752.3279.
High school students who need to make up English, math or social studies credits can enroll in summer school. A maximum of four half-credits can be earned in June and July morning and afternoon. Cost for each half-credit is $50 which can be paid in installments. Contact the high school at 575.752.3283.
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-Class 2A State Champions - Medley Relay (Andy Arebalos, Isaac Morales, Mario Arebalos, Joaquin Chavarria)
-800 M. Run Joaquin Chavarria 3rd Place
-Discus Andrew Veloz 3rd Place
-Shot Put Cruz Castillo 4th Place
-Pole Vault Logan Franklin 4th Place
-300 Hurdles Isaac Morales 4th Place
-Javelin Mario Arebalos 5th Place
-800 M. Run Jorge Martinez 6th Place
-4x4 Relay (Andy Arebalos, Isaac Morales, Joaquin Chavarria, Mario Arebalos) 6th Place
-Class 2A State Champions - Medley Relay (Stephanie Razo, Hannah Hamill, Maria Ramirez, Paige Hoppes)
-800 M. Run Maria Ramirez 6th
We appreciate you not just during National Teacher Appreciation Week, but all year long! This is also National Substitute Week - Hagerman Schools wishes to recognize our steadfast Substitutes who fill in for our permanent teachers. Often we overlook what a challenge it is to take over another’s classroom. Our Substitutes deserve our recognition and appreciation. Thank you all!
Alexis and second place winner, María del Sol Nuñez Peña, a fifth grader from Chaparral Elementary School in the Gadsden Independent School District, battled it out for 4 rounds before María misspelled náyade. Alexis then stepped up to the microphone and very confidently spelled that word and then correctly spelled bórax to win the competition.
The third place winner was Savannah Higgins, an eighth grader from West Las Vegas Middle School (West Las Vegas Schools), in fourth place was Giovana Rodriguez, an eighth grader from Tibbetts Middle School (Famington Municipal Schools) and rounding out the top 5 was sixth grader Kenia Portillo, from La Acadmia Dolores Huerta in Las Cruces.
All five are now eligible to compete in the Fifth Annual Santillana, USA National Spanish Spelling Bee which will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2015 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. For more information please contact David Briseño, event coordinator at 505-238-6812 or email him at email@example.com
On March 28th the students participated at the Amigos Judging Contest held in Roswell at Goddard High School and hosted by the Artesia, Dexter, Goddard, Hagerman and Roswell High FFA Chapters.
Results from the Amigos Contest -
Floriculture 5th, Sarah Booher 10th High Point Individual
Food Science 7th, Karlie Escandon 10th
Homesite 3rd, Justin Armstrong 4th
Landscape Design 7th, Thalia Pantoja 8th
Dairy Foods - 9th
Pasture & Range 6th, Devon Torres 9th
The Food Science team attended the ENMU Invitational was 3rd as a team, Carlos Alvidrez was 4th
State Results - 8 teams attended, 5 were Top 10, 2 Top 15
Food Science 10th
Homesite 7th, Justin Armstrong 9th
Landscape Design 7th
Dairy Foods - 10th
Produce - 11th
Pasture & Range 12th