- New Teacher Orientation August 3, 2018
- Inservice - No school August 6, 2018 – August 8, 2018
- Students return August 9, 2018
- Blood Drive August 21, 2018 at 9:00 am – 2:00 pm HS Common Area
- Staff Development - Early Release August 29, 2018
- Labor Day - No School September 3, 2018
- Progress reports released September 12, 2018
- Staff Development - Early Release September 26, 2018
- Fair Day - No School October 1, 2018
- End of 9 weeks October 12, 2018
Mrs. Rodriguez 2nd class put on a wax museum. This consisted of students dressing up as a famous person throughout American History. The students not only dressed the part, but conducted research into their personas and learned exactly why their person was important. Each student then presented their research on stage…
This past week the Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade classes got to go to the pumpkin patch at Grave’s Farms. The students left right after lunch and went through the corn maze. In the maze the student had to answer questions about agriculture to progress correctly through the maze. Then they…
Hagerman Elementary had five students who were honored as winners at the big celebration at Roswell High School on October 17th. Teagan Chesser is in Kindergarten and was selected in the Art Division. Jenavecia Madria is in first grade and was selected in the Art Division. J.R. Grinder is in third…
Hagerman Elementary School joined children around the world to celebrate the benefits of walking and bicycling this past Wednesday, October 4th. We all met at the Community Center located on 501 E. Argyle. From there we all walked to school. We had about 100 participants including staff and parents. Several…
Hagerman Elementary raised money to help the victims of the recent hurricanes. Each class sold different color chain links for .25 cents. Together we raised over $1,000.00. Thank you students, for showing you care.
On Wednesday, September 27, 2017, students from Hagerman, Dexter, and Lake Arthur high schools travel to Las Vegas, New Mexico to tour New Mexico Highlands University and learn about its educational opportunities. The trip was sponsored by GEAR-UP.
The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs’ (DCA) mobile museum Wonders on Wheels (WoW) visited Hagerman on September 21st, offering our students a unique opportunity to experience the state’s rich prehistoric past without traveling to a museum. The students learned about dinosaurs and fossils. Thanks for the great opportunity!