My name is Belia Reyes and it is my privilege and honor to join Hagerman Elementary School as the new Principal. I am looking forward to an exciting year of learning and growing with your children as well as working with the staff and the community.
I obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Education with a minor in Bilingual Education and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from ENMU Portales. I have over eighteen years of teaching experience in various grade levels. I am passionate about children and I have worked hard to increase my leadership expertise. During the summer of 2015, I served as the K-3 Plus Principal at East Grand Plains Elementary. I am married to Jose Reyes and we have three children and three grandchildren.
My belief is that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my desire as an educator to help all students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing an environment that is safe, supports risk taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. My main goal is to ensure that every student is provided the highest quality of education possible in a safe and supportive learning environment. I am committed to helping each student achieve their very best.
Knowing the commitment of the Hagerman community, I am confident that this will be an outstanding school year and I look forward to working with you and your students as we work toward an academically successful school year. I am looking forward to meeting each and every one of you. My door will always be open and I am here to support your children and you in any way possible. If you would like to contact me, my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach me by phone at Hagerman Elementary, (575) 752-3279.
Saludos Padres y Familias de la Primaria de Hagerman,
Mi nombre es Belia Reyes y es un privilegio y honor unirme a la Escuela Primaria de Hagerman como la nueva directora. Anticipo un año escolar emocionante, lleno de aprendizaje y crecimiento con sus niños al igual que trabajar con los maestros y la comunidad.
Yo obtuve un Bachillerato de Artes en Educación con una licenciatura en Educación Bilingüe y una Maestría en Administración de la Universidad de ENMU Portales. Tengo más de 18 años de experiencia en educación. Durante el verano del 2015, trabaje como directora del Programa K-3 Plus en la Escuela East Grand Plains. Estoy casada con el Sr. Josė Reyes y tengo tres hijos al igual que tres nietos.
Creo que cada niño es un individuo único que necesita seguridad, cariño y un ambiente estimulante en la cual puede madurar emocinoalmente, intelectualmente, fisicamente, y socialmente. Mí deseo como educadora es ayudar a todos los alumnos alcanzar su mayor potencial en estas áreas al proveer un ambiente seguro, apoyando el tomar riesgos e invitar a compartir ideas. Mí mayor meta es asegurar que cada alumno tenga una educación de alta calidad en un ambiente seguro y que apoye el aprendizaje. Me comprometo ayudar a que cada alumno tenga éxito y haga lo mejor posible.
Confío en que será un año escolar con mucho éxito y anticipo trabajar con usted y con sus hijos para tener un año escolar académico lleno de éxito. Deseo tener la oportunidad de conocer a cada uno de ustedes. Mis puertas siempre estarán abiertas y estoy para apoyarlos en todo lo que sea posible. Si desea comunicarse conmigo, mí correo electrónico es email@example.com y el teléfono de la escuela es (575) 752-3279.
Welcome back everyone. Students will return Tuesday August 11 for the 2015-16 school year. Staff will be working prior to this to have everything ready for your children.
Elementary school supply lists can be found in the file below. Middle and high school teachers will let students know what specifics are needed, but all will need a supply of paper and pencils. August 7 through 9 would be a great time for school supply shopping. These are the dates New Mexico will hold its Tax Free Weekend. To qualify for the deduction, clothing or shoes must be priced at less than $100 per unit. The price limit for desktop, laptop, tablets or notebook computers is $1,000, and for related computer hardware it is $500. School supplies for use in standard, general-education classrooms must be under $30 per unit.
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.
view Hagerman Schools' yearbooks from 1947 to 2011. If you create an account you can even download a PDF for printing. You can always find them under our About Us tab above and then click on Yearbooks or you can click here.
-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 firstname.lastname@example.org