The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District partnered with the Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas to help impact the lives of many young women by providing them with leadership training. 


HCISD and the Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas hosted the first Women Leaders of Tomorrow Conference at Memorial Middle School on May 11.


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Person of the Week: Zamarripa strives for excellence on and off basketball court


Harlingen High School girls basketball coach Nora Zamarripa steps on the court every day with the belief that the sport is not only an athletic activity, but a way to help students develop the tools for future success.

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Lady Hawk softball advances to fourth round of playoffs


For the first time since 2010, the Lady Hawk softball team is marking their return to sweet 16 status.


The team pulled together to score a regional quarterfinal playoff victory against Laredo LBJ at Texas A&M Kingsville's Herbert Field on May 10. The final tally for the Lady Hawks was 12 -2.

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Bonham club saves one tree at a time during campus Recycle Day

Second grade students involved in the newest organization at Bonham Elementary School are saving the planet one tree at a time.


The Bonham Lil Green Healers club is a campus organization dedicated to helping their campus become more environmentally friendly by spreading the word about conservation.

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Superintendent's Message: Graduates prepare to enter next chapter of academic and professional jouney


During his May 2013 message, HCISD Superintendent Dr. Steve Flores looks to the upcoming 2013 Commencement ceremony as a time of unity for the city of Harlingen and a symbol of the transitions that graduating seniors will soon make.  

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Dr. Abraham P. Cano Freshman Academy faculty comes together to set expectations for campus


With excitement in the air, the administration, teachers and staff for the new Dr. Abraham P. Cano Freshman Academy met for their first staff meeting on May 16.


While getting acquainted, Vivian Bauer, principal at Cano Academy, shared her high expectations for the upcoming year.

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HHSS students named finalists in state essay competition


tudents at Harlingen High School South are being recognized for their literary talents.


Students Maricruz Espinoza, Sarah Cano, Erica Gonzalez, and Jonathan Ruiz are finalists in the Latino History Essay Contest. Fellow student Adam Rudd is also a Barbara Jordan Essay Contest

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Treasure Hills Student Council sends rubber ducks for support

The Student Council at Treasure Hills Elementary is showing their support to the students at Sandy Hook Elementary in an unexpected way.

For their last community service project, the council has decided to do "The Duck Project" on May 10.

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Leadership organizations share experiences with district officials

To celebrate leadership, District Administrators and School Board Members along with this year's Student Advisory Board and Team One members came together to share their experiences on May 14.


The two organizations, which are aimed at building and developing future leaders, were honored at a dinner prior to the regular Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday.

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HCISD partners with Harlingen Public Library to host second annual book fair

The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District and the Harlingen Public Library joined forces to promote literacy on May 11.


HCISD and the HPL hosted the second annual Harlingen Book Festival for the community's students and parents at the city's library. 


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