Hagerman is a Bilingual Transitional School where students receive rigorous instruction in both English and Spanish. The students who are identified as English Learners are held to the same high expectations set for all students while being supported by our Bilingual Education Team. Hagerman prides itself in having a strong bilingual program where students are meaningfully engaged and encouraged to strive for excellence every day. All of our teachers are committed to strengthening our students’ home language and developing proficiency in their second language. We are proud to say that most of our teachers are TESOL endorsed and through culturally and linguistically responsive practices, they create an environment that is conducive to respect students’ diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths and challenges. We are proud of the growth that our bilingual population has made over the past years and look forward to continued growth as our students become bilingual and biliterate.
Twenty Hagerman FFA members attended the New Mexico FFA Leadership Conference held in Albuquerque, February 1st and 2nd. They attended workshops, heard from a keynote speaker, and were able to interact with fellow FFA members from around the state. This event is attended by nearly 600 FFA members each year and is the kickoff to the spring competition season that is right around the corner.
Five Hagerman FFA members attended FFA Day in Santa Fe on Wednesday, January 29th. Capp Hoppes, Wyatt Armstrong, Alik Clark, Dakota Grinder, and Lupe Muniz were able to listen to State FFA President Denny Atchley speak in the Rotunda, tour around the Roundhouse, visit with other FFA members from across NM, and…
Students at Hagerman Elementary have been reading and learning about famous people who made an impact on society. The students were asked to use a clean two liter bottle and decorate it to look like the person they researched. They also had to complete a writing assignment to describe their research. Projects are displayed so all students can view and learn.
Hagerman Middle and High School is hosting our Summit Student Learning Expo on Thursday, February 13. 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 and during the expo.
We hope you can join us in recognizing the successes of our students and learning more about our schools and staff.
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In District 4-2A All District players Cerria Lucero, Emily Hoppes, Esther DelaCruz, Yamile Ortiz, Ariel Tarango, Honorable Mention – Andrea Tarango. Esther was also named the Most Valuable Player of the Year for District 4.
All this semester high school students have been earning a Mentor Team t-shirt for being on-track in all core Summit Learning classes. Each mentor teacher gets to give their students a t-shirt when they achieve the goal. Being on-track means that a student completed, in every class, all of their Power Focus Areas, received cognitive skill scores of 70% or higher and was not overdue on a project up to that point. We call it Green All The Way. Bobcat Pride!
Hagerman Lady Cats scored the win against Magdalena at the State VB Tournament. They will play Friday at 3 pm at Santa Ana Star Center against Dulce for a spot in the Saturday championship bracket.