Mr. Ricky Williams was elected for Superintendent of the Year for his outstanding leadership of the New Mexico Superintendents Association, serving all school districts in a fair way with integrity, showing high respect across the state and presenting with passion and facts to legislative committees on behalf of all school districts.
Mr. Williams is currently the Superintendent of Hagerman Municipal Schools; he has served the students, staff and community in Hagerman since July 2013, after serving the previous three years as Director of Secondary Instruction for Las Cruces Public Schools. Continue reading
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Hagerman Elementary students participated in the Bike and Roll to School event. We had over 30 students walk, ride bikes and skate from the Community Center to the school. Thank you to all who participated in this events that promotes healthy habits.
Hagerman Elementary Teachers received the Teacher of Character Award. Congratulations goes to Lori Mahan, Paula McClain, Stephanie Lindsey, Taylor Medrano, Kimberly Dees Jessie Copeland, Claudia Muniz and Candice Barrera.
Finalists from Hagerman District Spelling Bee Kali Mata, 5th grader, and Marian Caalaman, 8th grader traveled to El Paso on March 2nd to compete in the Scripps Spelling Bee. They competed with other students from around the state, as well as some El Paso schools. It was great to see…
Students from Hagerman Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America Friday, March 2nd. We started the day with a Suess-tasticly decorated cafeteria serving a breakfast of green eggs and ham! After breakfast, students enjoyed reading their favorite Dr. Suess books with parents, and posed for pictures with the…
Hagerman FFA member and HHS sophomore Adiel Clark was selected by the New Mexico FFA Association to receive 1 of the 2 scholarships awarded annually for members to attend the Washington Leadership Conference during the summer in Washington DC. Adiel will participate in a week long conference and tour our nation’s capitol while learning about FFA and agriculture.
More than 2,300 students are registered for the 2018 Washington Leadership Conference, the second-largest student experience that the National FFA Organization hosts each year. Created in 1969 and held annually, the conference begins June 5 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. FFA members can attend the conference during one of seven weeks through July 28.
They will spend the week under the guidance of professionals, counselors and FFA staff. In workshops, seminars and small groups, members will focus on identifying and developing their personal strengths and goals while undergoing comprehensive leadership training that will help them guide their local FFA chapters.
The capstone of the event will be a civic engagement activity where participants apply what they have learned to a hands-on activity. Members will also analyze the needs of their communities, develop wide-ranging and high-impact community service initiatives and implement their plans with the help of their FFA chapters upon return home. Students in recent years have promoted agricultural literacy; brought attention to abuse; collected and distributed shoes to individuals in Haiti; created a hunger awareness plan and more.
FFA members will experience the history of the nation’s capital and tour landmarks including the Washington Monument, the National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery and the U.S. Capitol, among others. Members will also have an opportunity to participate in congressional visits during the week.
The 2018 Washington Leadership Conference is sponsored by title sponsors CSX, Monsanto, Farm Credit and weekly sponsor Valent. For more information, visit FFA.org/WLC.