With already so much accomplished by the time they finish their senior year, students at Early College High School are using their final month of high school to help other campuses succeed. 


Throughout the month of May, seniors, who have already completed high school requirements, are volunteering four hours each weekday to assist elementary campuses at the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District.


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Person of the Week: Alfaro seeks best academic fit for student success


 Jesus Alfaro takes each day as a stepping-stone to achieve his ultimate goal of finding the best academic fit for all students so they can maximize achievement, he said.

Alfaro finds that fit by serving as an Evaluator for Student Learning and Assessment at the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District.

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HHS students selected to work with NASA Engineers


Austin Wright and Quentin Hale, juniors at Harlingen High School, are being recognized for their work in the engineering field by having the opportunity to work with the nations leaders in space exploration.


Wright and Hale were selected to participate in a special workshop this summer at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. 

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High school athletes sign with Texas A&M Kingsville


Two students from the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District are continuing their pursuit to achieve academic and athletic excellence into their college years.


Kenny Zamarano, senior at Harlingen High School South, and Demmee Rodriguez, a 2012 graduate of Harlingen High School, signed their letters of intent to become a collegiate athlete at the Texas A & M University - Kingsville.

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HCISD Board of Trustees approve change to 2013-2014 academic calendar


During a special meeting on May 20, the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a change to the 2013-2014 academic calendar.


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Stuart Place students bring historical figures to life

Students at Stuart Place Elementary brought history to life on May 21.


To put a new twist on the subject, students participated in the Texas Living Heroes event. The interactive project allowed each student to play the role of an important figure in Texas history, and share that individual's history with others as they walked by.


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Board restructures, appoints George McShan as president


The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees restructured its board during Thursday night's special meeting.


The board appointed George McShan as board president, Javier De Leon as vice president and Greg Powers to the position of secretary for the 2013- 2014 school year.


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HCISD students reach health goals during final Marathon Kids event

Students at the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District crossed the finish line and accomplished their goal of staying active on May 18.


Campus based staff, administrators, teachers, students, and parents came out to support the elementary students at HCISD during the final event for Marathon Kids.

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HHSS students hear presentation on local water use


Harlingen High School South students spent an afternoon gaining knowledge about water conservation in hopes of assisting their campus and community this May.


Joel Cruz, Energy Manager at HCISD, visited students to give a presentation regarding water conservation, and answered any questions the students may have as to district's water consumption on May 16.

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HHSS to host program's first spring scrimmage, community invited to attend

The Harlingen High School South Football program invites the community to attend an exciting football scrimmage at the campus' mini stadium on May 25.


This is the first time HHSS will host a spring scrimmage. It will serve as a way to gain support, prepare, and create excitement for the upcoming season, said HHSS Head Football Coach, Lanny Wilson.

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