This year, Travis Elementary School is continuing an initiative that will help students develop their leadership skills for future success.


The campus will continue with the Leader in Me initiative, which is a school-wide model that focuses on an environment of student empowerment through the development of leadership skills.


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Teacher of the Week: Prechel's experiences keep getting better at HCISD



Bethany Prechel has taught in three different states to thousands of students, and each year, she says her experiences keep on getting better.


Prechel is a second grade teacher at Bonham Elementary School. While there for almost six years, she's been able to share her experiences with her students and campus. 

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HCISD Board of Trustees approve internal search for future superintendent


At a special noon board meeting on Oct. 1, the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the posting for the position of Superintendent of Schools for HCISD.


The board unanimously voted to limit their search to individuals currently employed by HCISD.

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Help HCISD name the New School of Health Professions



The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District invites the community to submit nominations for the name of the district's new School of Health Professions opening Fall 2014. 


The campus is located on 21st street and Rio Hondo Rd.

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HEB donates $8,500 for district digital initiatives 



 The students at the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District are getting a little help from HEB to continue learning in 21st century environments.


During their grand re-opening, HEB presented an $8,500 check to HCISD to assist the development of the district's digital literacy initiatives. 


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HHS Marching Band take two contests in one day


The sounds of the Harlingen High School Marching Band could be heard in the air as they achieved another outstanding performance on Sept. 28.


The HHS Marching Band competed against over 30 schools from across the Rio Grande Valley at two regional marching contests where they showed their skills and earned some of the competitions' most prestigious awards.

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HHSS earns high marks at third TFA tournament 



The Harlingen High School South Speech, Drama and Debate Team traveled to Anderson High School in Austin to compete in their third Texas Forensics Association (TFA) State Qualifying tournament this year on Sept. 28.


Students placing in the competition were senior Jann Soto with sixth place in Domestic Extemporary, first place in Original Oratory, and second place in Student Congress.


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Athletes and parents invited to Athletic Scholarship Information Meeting


The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Athletics Department will host an Athletic Scholarship Information Meeting on Oct. 7.


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Educators gather to transform classroom instruction during technology sessions



 A roomful of teachers, administrators and staff at the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District kicked off an initiative dedicated to transforming classroom instruction on Oct. 3.


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HHSS Homecoming Photo Gallery 2013




Harlingen High School South celebrated their Homecoming game on September 27.


The Hawks had a victory against the Brownsville Porter Cowboys with a score of 71-0. The KHGN photographers were there to catch the action.


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