Education

Thu
22
Oct
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Looking into the future

Margaret Salvaggio
Robertson County News

The Hearne High School Gymnasium was filled with excitement last Thursday, October 8 with the College Fair.

The purpose of the College Fair is to have local colleges come out and bring what they have to offer the students so that they can plan out the direction they would like to take after graduation.

Among the colleges that attended the College Fair where: Texas A&M, Blinn College, Texas Southern University, Texas Tech, Prairie View A&M and also in the booths set up were recruiters from the Army and Marine Corp.

The students could freely go from table to table checking out their options if they were still unsure about the college or university they would like to attend.

Thu
22
Oct
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Something cooking at Hearne High School

Margaret Salvaggio
Robertson County News

As you walked through the doors at the Hearne High School building the aroma of food was drawing the attention of all the students to Room 7A.

The Culinary Class had been cooking all morning in order to serve lunch at 11:00 a.m. to all the A/AB Honor Roll Students at the high school.

Mrs. Nelson teaches the class and her students are definitely learning the art of cooking.

The menu for the luncheon consisted of hard or soft Tacos with the fixings, Spanish rice and with grapes. Dessert was cake with orange icing and with candy corn strategically placed to keep with the theme of the fall season and served with two types of fruit punch.

The Culinary class students also as an added treat made rice krispie treats in the colors of yellow and orange as a little snack for the honor students to take with them as they headed back to class.

Thu
22
Oct
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Something cooking at Hearne High School

Margaret Salvaggio
Robertson County News

As you walked through the doors at the Hearne High School building the aroma of food was drawing the attention of all the students to Room 7A.

The Culinary Class had been cooking all morning in order to serve lunch at 11:00 a.m. to all the A/AB Honor Roll Students at the high school.

Mrs. Nelson teaches the class and her students are definitely learning the art of cooking.

The menu for the luncheon consisted of hard or soft Tacos with the fixings, Spanish rice and with grapes. Dessert was cake with orange icing and with candy corn strategically placed to keep with the theme of the fall season and served with two types of fruit punch.

The Culinary class students also as an added treat made rice krispie treats in the colors of yellow and orange as a little snack for the honor students to take with them as they headed back to class.

Thu
22
Oct
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Hearne Elementary introduces two newly hired first grade teachers

Jan Todd Batson
Robertson Count News

Hearne Elementary is excited to introduce our community to the new teachers that have been employed for this school year 2015-2016.
First grade added Mr. Charles Bennett and Ms. Erin Rice to teach along with experienced first grade teachers Ms. Janick and Ms. Patterson. After the first week of class everyone appeared to have become familiar with the schedule.

Bennett graduated from Sam Houston State University. He states “This year is my second year teaching first grade. Both of my grandparents were teachers and principals. I am currently getting my Masters in Counseling through Lamar University. I don't teach for the money. I do it because I love the children and wish to see them succeed”.
Rice is a graduate of Texas A&M University. She shares “My grandmother was a teacher and was a moving role model. She helped me with my school work.” Rice reflects “You can do anything that you dream of”.

Fri
28
Aug

TEA releases 2015 STAAR tests

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) today released the 2015 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR ®) tests, making them available for review on the TEA website. Today’s release includes the following STAAR general assessments: grades 3and 8 reading; grades 4 and 7 writing; grades 5 and  8 science; grade 8 social studies; Algebra I; English I and English II; biology; and U.S. history.
Fri
28
Aug

Mumford ranked a top high school in the nation

Mumford High School has earned high in an annual ranking of top high schools in the nation. Newsweek lists the 2015 top 500 high schools helping low-income students and Mumford High School cam in at #218 out of the 500. They also listed Bryan Collegiate High School #99.
Fri
31
Jul

Local students graduating with honors

The following local area students received degrees during  pring 2015 commencement  ceremonies at SamHouston State University   in Huntsville, Texas.  Chrystal Plagens, with a Bachelor of Business Admin (BBA) in General Business and Benjamin Toney, with a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Spanish. The President’s Honor Roll at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, recognizes full-time undergraduate students who achieve a perfect 4.0 GPA during a regular semester. The following area student has been named to the SHSU President’s Honor Roll for Spring 2015: 

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Fri
24
Jul

Miles of touring to further education

Approximately twenty Hearne students and chaperones participated in an annual summer college tour. This was the fifth year students have participated in the tour. The tour was under the direction of Hearne native Larry Jackson
 
Fri
17
Jul

Mumford High School Registration

BY TAMM Y BA KER
Mumford High School will have registration meetings for the 2015-16 school year on Wednesday, August 5 and Thursday, August 6. These meetings are for 9th - 12th currently enrolled and newly accepted students. Meetings are also scheduled for students in 8th grade who are eligible to take Algebra I for high school credit. Please refer to the schedule below for the time and date your child is designated to attend. The times given below are when the meetings will begin.
 
Fri
05
Jun

Hearne Project Graduation Partay!

Mr s. Verna Nelson
 
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.
 

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