Update on Continuous Learning Plan

Good afternoon all, As you know school districts are closed for onsite learning, for the remainder of the year. Hagerman Municipal Schools is committed to continuing to engage students with experiences that further their learning program and help them to stay connected with their teachers and classmates. These proposed learning…

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Coronavirus in New Mexico

To: Parents and Staff From: Ricky Williams Ref: Coronavirus in New Mexico I am writing to provide you with additional information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the emergence of a novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 that had not previously circulated in humans.…

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School Closure for Three Weeks

The Governor has ordered a school closure effective Monday March 16 for three weeks. School will be in session tomorrow. Information will be sent home and posted on our website as details are shared. School will resume April 6.

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Teachers of Character 2020

Hagerman Elementary teachers were nominated for the Teacher of Character Award.  Teachers were honored at a ceremony presented by Character Counts of Chaves County on March 3, 2020.  Congratulations to all of them: Alex Morales, Clorinda Williams, Lori Mahan, Taylor Medrano, Tori Rodriguez, Kim Dees, Sarah Carlisle, Melissa Rivers, and…

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Smiles Forever Dental Care Visiting Schools

Smiles Forever mobile unit will be coming to Hagerman on March 19, 2020. If your child has not visited a dentist within the last six months, they are eligible to enroll. There may be no cost if your child is insured with Medicaid or has full coverage insurance. Services are…

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FFA Competition Updates

Six Hagerman FFA members attended the District V Public Speaking contest on February 17th in Artesia.  Adiel Clark, Jada Villa, Carlise Villa, and Capp Hoppes competed in the Employability Skills contest.   Lupe Muniz and Isaac Sanchez competed in the Extemporaneous Speaking contest.
21 students attended the Carrizozo contest on 2/29, we competed in 7 contest areas.
3 teams have qualified for state – meaning they met the State FFA requirement and our chapter requirements.   (Homesite, Wildlife and Horse)
2 additional teams are eligible for state based on their performance today, they will have to increase their scores to meet the chapter requirement.
Adiel Clark was 3rd high individual in Wildlife.  The team of Adiel, Dakota Grinder, Alik Clark and Andruw Clark was 6th overall.
Wyatt Armstrong was 3rd high individual in Homesite.  The team of Wyatt, Capp Hoppes (4th), Adiel Clark, and Rowdy Gray was 2nd overall.
The Horse Team were 5th and 14th.   We had 9 students competing in Horse, the top 4 students at the end of the season will go to State.
Food Science was 6th overall.
Floriculture teams placed 9th and 11th.
Milk Quality placed 11th.
Horticulture Produce placed 17th.

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TODAY! Hagerman Mid/High Student Expo

Hagerman Middle and High School is hosting our Summit Student Learning Expo today! Everyone is welcome to come see the amazing work all of our students have done this year. We will kick off the expo at 5:00pm in the High School Commons Area. Food trucks will be available before…

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