For students at Memorial Middle School, they can walk through the halls with their head held high, because they are working with teachers and administration to take a stand against bullying.


The school has actively been implementing an anti-bullying program, which is aimed at bringing awareness to the things students can do to help stop bullying on campus.

Through different activities, students are encouraged to become more proactive when it comes to reporting any incidences they see on campus and learning how to identify when bullying may present.


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 Person of the Week: Vera keeps health a priority at HCISD


With her scrubs on and her stethoscope ready, Irene Vera approaches every day with the goal to keep more than 18,000 students healthy.


Vera serves as the Head School Nurse for the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District, and her duties are to over see the clinical aspect of school nurses by answering any questions campus nurses may have.

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HHS Drill Team earns spot to compete at national championship


The Harlingen High School Armed Drill Team made campus history at 5th Brigade U. S. Army Drill Team Championships held in San Antonio at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on Feb. 9.


The team placed tenth at the competition, earning them a spot to compete for the top prize in the United States Army Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps (JROTC) National Drill Team Championships.

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HHSS volleyball player signs letter of intent to continue athletic career


Doryann Perez, Harlingen High School South Senior, has made the choice to continue her education and athletic career.


Perez signed her letter of intent to play college volleyball at Coastal Bend Junior College on March 6. Administration, teachers and students came out to share the excitement in the HHSS gymnasium.

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HCISD celebrates Texas Public Schools Week

Starting March 4, the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District will be celebrating Texas Public Schools Week. The week gives students and educators the opportunity to come together and celebrate classrooms across the state.


Vernon Middle School kicked off the week by bringing students, teachers, administrators, school board and community members together.

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HCISD helps develop iTunes U course content for Texas Association of School Administrators project


The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District was invited by the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) to take part in the TASA Course/Content Development Project for their recently launched TASA on iTunes U project.

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HHS swimmers earn spots on prestigious teams


Four Harlingen High School Swimming and Diving Team members are blazing past the competition in the water and in their classrooms.


Francisca Aparo, Seton Ulhorn and Celeste Taniguchi were awarded positions on the 2012-2013 Academic All-State Swimming Award by the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (TISCA).

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Superintendent's Message: Growing academic options for student success


With classrooms around the nation changing every day, transformation is necessary to keep students at the forefront of education and to promote future success. HCISD's Superintendent Dr. Steve Flores highlights the growing academic options available to students at the Harlingen school district during the March 2013 Superintendent's Message.


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Gutierrez ACE class shows off production skills


The Afterschool Centers on Education lip dub class at Gutierrez Middle School can show off their homework to fellow classmates this month. 


Students created a musical video to showcase all of the techniques they learned during the after school program.

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HCISD Highlights: KHAN Academy

Students at Vela Middle School are using technology to advance their education beyond the ordinary classroom setting by the use of a new online program.


KHAN Academy is an online program that offers over 3,000 free instructional videos for all grade levels. Topics ranging from history to finance are available on devices such as their computer, smart phone or tablet.

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