Education

Fri
05
Jun

Hearne Project Graduation Partay!

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Students from Hearne High School celebrated their graduation as they participated in an evening of fun-filled activities held at Grand Station in College Station, Texas. Students began with a meal of pizza and assorted snacks, which they enjoyed throughout the night.
 
Fri
29
May

In a new direction

Year one of the new direction for the Hearne Eagles athletic programs has been put to rest now. The results have been favorable in more ways than one which gives the overall outlook for the department very much upbeat.
 
Fri
22
May

Solidifying the foundation

Michael Cotton
After completing his first full year at the helm of the Hearne Eagles athletic program, Coach Chip Baker has established a
creed of “raising the bar of expectations for athletics”. The new bar has been set and now it’s time to build the foundation from which the program will rise.
 
 
Fri
06
Mar

Positively positivity

To produce something good, it needs to be shaped by discipline and a positive attitude. When some people hear about Hearne High School or Hearne, TX, in general, their noses turn up, and snickers escape their mouths.
 
Fri
27
Feb

Noticed, nominated, tagged

The NHS “Tag, You’re IT!” program rewards students and honors them for admirable behavior and exemplary actions. For
example, a student may be noticed by a teacher or NHS member for convincing a peer to “do right” (the famous Coach Baker saying).
 
Thu
27
Nov

Society, social issues and today’s students

Looking back at how the profession was years ago, when I first began teaching, one can definitely see the changes in the mental makeup of school student bodies today. A lot of the problems students face now, didn’t even exist 20/25 years ago. My how society has changed and not all of it has been good for our kids or their education.
 
Fri
24
Oct
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HHS Students honored for grades and attendance

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Photo By Dennis Phillips | Robertson County NewsJushod Flentroy, Cassandra Fuller and layla Austin stand with their awards issued by Superintendent Joy Toney as recognized students for their achievements.

Last Friday the Hearne High School honored students that for the first 6 weeks managed a perfect attendance record and / or landed on the A, A-B honor rolls.

“I would like to see a 97% attendance record for the high school, talk to your friends let them know how important it is that they come to school,” said Hearne High School Principal Joslyn Pierce.

Pierce continued to congratulate the kids on a job well done. Some were there to be honored for perfect attendance, others for making the A, A-B Honor (printed in the last issue of the Robertson County News) and some for both.

Fri
24
Oct
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The sky is never the limit

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Local Photo | www.redtail.orgDoug Rozendall talks with the students from Hearne ISD about what is like to fly the Mustang.
First opened to the press last Wednesday before being free for the public to witness on Saturday, the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) gave insight to the Tuskegee Airmen, America’s first black military pilots.

Held at the Hearne airport, the event showcased the pilots and their strength of character, courage and ability to triumph over adversity during World War II. After a thirty minute documentary that showcased the amazing story of the airmen, which included the incredible fact that 450 Tuskegee pilots flew more than 1,500 combat sorties from June of 1943 until April of 1945, the highlight of the day was to see the restored red tail P – 51C fighter plane live and in person.

Doug Rozendall, member of the CAF Rise Above exhibit, gave his feeling on the importance of this history;

Thu
18
Sep
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Calvert Elementary School Academic Pep Rally

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Local Photo | Robertson County NewsCalvert Elementary Students recently participated in an academic pep rally to promote good grades and academic.

PK-3 students at Calvert Elementary School recently held an academic pep rally on Monday, September 8. During the pep rally students were entertained and inspired by the their teachers, dressed in purple and white, as they did cheers together for better grades and improved academic performance.

Elementary teachers included; Edith Gilbert, Krystal Swinnea, Janie Pope, Jean Criddle and Joyce Glasscock. Principal, Tom Kelly, also spoke at rally. According to the elementary staff, “We feel this is so very important, to impress on our young students that they a college bound, and that it is never too early to set goals. Calvert kids believe they can achieve.

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Fri
29
Aug
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Mumford ISD top 3 percent in the state

The Texas Education Agency recently released the 2014 state accountability system ratings for more that 1,200 school districts, and more than 8,500 campuses. Mumford ISD was one of only twenty-six school districts to receive a distinction designation for postsecondary readiness that puts Mumford among the top 3 percent of the best performing schools throughout the state.

In addition Mumford High School and Elementary Met Standard. Mumford High School received distinction designation for Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA, Mathematics, Social Studies, Top 25 Percent Closing Performance Gaps, and Postsecondary Readiness. Mumford Elementary received distinction designation for Academic Achievement in Reading/ELA, Mathematics, Top 25 Percent Closing Performance Gaps, and Postsecondary Readiness.

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